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21. Midori's New CD
or at least bring it up) im not a huge fan of midori or anything and to her earlierrecordings, she SEEMS LIKE A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT violinist .its crazy

22. Detailed Record
midori brilliant violinist • By Charnan Simon • Publisher Chicago Childrens Press, ©1993. • ISBN 0516041878 • Primary
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23. NPR: Performance Today -- Live In Studio 4A: Midori
Latin America, guest artist appearances with the Juilliard and Brentano Quartets,among others, and he is recital partner to midori and violinist Elmar Oliveira
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Bruce Adolphe's "name that composer" piano quiz Live in Studio 4A: Midori In October, 2001, Midori became the 17th recipient of the prestigious Avery Fisher Prize. The renowned violinist and her long-time accompanist Robert McDonald stopped into Studio 4A as part of the celebration. Their music and more is below.
The Program
  • Schubert: Caprice-Waltz, from Soirees de Viennes
  • Respighi: Violin Sonata in B-minor, Mvt. 1
  • Tchaikovsky: Melodie, Op 42 No 3
  • Ravel: Tzigane
    Listen to Part 1 Listen to Part 3 Listen to Part 2 View our Midori slide show
    Midori and the Avery Fisher Prize
    Heralded as one of the world's foremost violinists, Midori consistently seeks to share herself and her artistry, both on and off the concert stage. Her performing schedule is balanced between recitals with Robert McDonald and appearances with the most prestigious symphonic ensembles, taking her to the great concert stages of Europe, North America and the Far East.
    Midori records exclusively for Sony Classical. Her most recent release features a rare recording of Mozart's unfinished Concerto for Violin and Piano, K. Anh. 56, newly reconstructed by musicologist Philip Wilby and the Dinfonia Concertante for Violin and VIola, with pianist Christoph Eschenbach, the North German Radio Symphony Orchestra and violist Nabuko Imai.
  • 24. Midori Biography
    Throughout her international career as a virtuoso violinist, midori has receivednumerous awards including the Los Angeles Music Center s Dorothy B. Chandler
    Midori fell in love with the violin at the early age of 3 and immediately began taking lessons. She studied and practiced daily with her mother, an accomplished violinist, and at the young age of six she made her concert debut in her native Osaka, Japan. It was a mere three years later that she performed before the renowned Julliard teacher Dorothy DeLay and was invited to study at the Julliard School in New York. Midori and Setsu left for New York in 1982 and that same year Midori was the surprise performer at the New York Philharmonic's New Year's Eve concert.
    The Stradivari Society loaned the ex-David, Guarneri del Gesu violin to Midori when she was 10 years old, making her the first violinist loaned a prestigious instrument from the society. Upon graduating to the full-size violin, Midori placed her ¾ size violin into The Stradivari Society collection for loan to another young talent, making her the first artist to support them in the use of one of her own instruments. The New York Times recognized the 14-year-old Midori on the front page after her inspirational interpretation of Leonard Bernstein's Serenade during a New York Philharmonic Central Park concert, despite her breaking strings on several violins during the performance.
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    25. North Park University
    WorldRenowned violinist midori continues her North Park residency inFall 2004. After a successful visit in Fall 2003, world-renowed

    26. Midori
    midori. Worldrenowned violinist midori November 2004 visit to North Park forUniversity Residencies Program. Photos of midori around campus in 2003.

    27. Colgate University Press Releases - World Renowned Violinist Midori & Pianist Ro
    HAMILTON, NY violinist midori, who first came to public attention at age 10 whenshe debuted with the New York Philharmonic, and her partner-pianist Robert

    28. JASGC - Japan America Society Of Greater Cincinnati
    , 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. , 30, 31, This Week s Events No events thisweek. CSO Concert with violinist midori Goto Printable Version Printable Version.

    29. Pacific Symphony Review, Thu Oct 9, 2003. Midori, Carl St. Clair Conducting
    midori, violinist Pacific Symphony. The star attraction of the evening, however,was violinist midori in her Orange County debut, playing the Mendelssohn.
    Concert Review by Classical Voice Midori opens Pacific Symphony's 25th Anniversary season
    By Truman C. Wang

    October 10, 2003 CARL ST. CLAIR conducting Ticheli Shooting Stars: 25th Anniversary Commission (2003) Mendelssohn Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor, Op.64 Mahler Symphony No. 1 in D Major "The Titan" MIDORI, violinist
    Pacific Symphony Thursday, October 9, 2003 at Segerstrom Hall,
    Orange County Performing Arts Center, Costa Mesa C OSTA MESA , CA – The Pacific Symphony is rare among today’s symphony orchestras, major or minor, that can boast ending the last fiscal year in the black. That it has consistently done so over the past 25 years is real cause for celebration, reflecting the cultural vitality and health of Orange County as a whole. Conductor Carl St. Clair

    30. Violin Pedagogy Bookstore-Connie's Violin Page
    Teaching Genius Dorothy Delay and the Making of a Musician Simon, Charnan.midori Brilliant violinist Stern, Isaac with Chaim Potok.
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    31. An Error Has Occured
    violin virtuoso, and Dr. Harvey Caplan, the Green Street psychiatrist, attendedFriday night s concert at the Herbst by midori, the Japaneseborn violinist.

    32. All Things Strings: Midori
    That latter point, simply put—or perhaps not so simply, it turns out—is whatthe last 20 years have meant to the renowned violinist known as midori.
    Music, Motion,
    and the Evolution
    of Midori
    by David Templeton
    A protegé of the late violin teacher Dorothy DeLay at Juilliard School of Music, Midori emerged as a major musical force inspiring a veritable parade of meticulously groomed violinists-in-training. For years, the phrase, "Really, she's the next Midori!" was a kind of mantra among music teachers. The Midori phenomenon was pushed up a notch in 1986 when she broke not one, but two violin strings during a performance with the Boston Symphony at the Tanglewood Music Center, under the baton of Leonard Bernstein. Calm and composed through it all, Midori ended up playing three different violins in that one piece of music, never making a single mistake. The story of that performance became legend before the concert was even over. That was more than 15 years ago.

    33. Midori And Friends
    book about midori midori Brilliant violinist (PictureStory Biographies)Charnan Simon / Published 1994. Have students search
    Welcome to Midori and Friends Remember, you can always find a summary of the featured program on the Program Page.
    • The life of Midori
    • How Midori has changed the lives of children through music
    • Other music education resources
    Web Highlights: About Midori

    New York Times Other Music Education Organizations Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation
    The Boston Music Education Collaborative

    The Boston Music Education Collaborative Special Resources for Teachers ARTSEDGE

    ARTSEDGE provides a comprehensive list of web sites related to music and music education: NOTE TO TEACHERS:
    Lesson Plan Goals:
    • To learn about the life of Midori
    • To see and understand how Midori transforms lives through music education
    • To explore techniques of doing a film biography
    Session One: Listening to Midori Objective:
    • Students will listen to a recording of Midori and discuss the impact of her music on them.
    The film, Midori and Friends, shows us the impact that Midori's music has on her audience. For many of the students, Midori's performance is their introduction to classical music. In the film we see students reacting in a variety of ways. Some students look totally entranced, while one boy puts his fingers in his ears as Midori performs.

    34. ARTSZONE: Midori And Friends
    midori and Friends is about midori Goto, a world renowned violinist who uses hertalents to bring the gift of music to underprivileged children in New York
    Midori and Friends
    Midori and Friends is about Midori Goto, a world renowned violinist who uses her talents to bring the gift of music to underprivileged children in New York City public schools. By any measure Midori is exceptional. At eleven, she was invited to play with the New York Philharmonic. She'll be 30 in 2001, and her concert career has taken her around the world. But Midori is truly
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    35. Pittsburgh Symphony 2004-05 Season: Saturday 5B Series
    With Pinchas Zukerman violinist and conductor - in charge, you re in great hands.He and famed soloist midori bring you Bach s upbeat rhythms, the warm
    September 18, 2004 - 8:00 pm
    MAGNIFICENT MIDORI Pinchas Zukerman , conductor and violin
    Midori , violin With Pinchas Zukerman - violinist and conductor - in charge, you're in great hands. He and famed soloist Midori bring you Bach's upbeat rhythms, the warm melody and virtuosity of Beethoven's concerto, and the surge of Beethoven's most energetic symphony. BACH: Double Violin Concerto
    BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto in D Major
    BEETHOVEN: Symphony No. 7 Friday 22
    Friday 11A

    Friday 6A

    Saturday 15
    November 13, 2004 - 8:00 pm
    SWAN LAKE AND OTHER TALES Charles Dutoit , conductor We offer two moving Russian tales. The first, Swan Lake, is sweeping and romantic. But Stravinsky's can also touch your heart, with its story of a puppet who dies in search of love. TCHAIKOVSKY: Act 1 from Swan Lake STRAVINSKY: (1911 original version) Friday 22 Friday 11B Friday 5B Saturday 15 ... SEASON December 11, 2004 - 8:00 pm WINTER SOLSTICE James Conlon , conductor Children's Festival Chorus of Pittsburgh Christine Jordanoff , director A holiday program that you won't forget. You'll

    36. Instr
    Susan McDonald guitarist. McPherson Trio - Canadian. midori - violinist. NathanMilstein - violinist. Muse-Art - guitar duo. Neidich, Charles - clarinet.
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    37. Mendelssohn, Bruch: Violin Concertos:Lots Of Good Music (Classical)
    midori is a grownup and is no longer being judged byand forher age, and forthose who aren t aware of it, she has become, quite simply, a great violinist.

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  • 38. UCSF | Student Academic Affairs | Synapse
    In addition to being a successful violinist, she is studying for a graduate degree andalso finds time to manage a nonprofit organization, midori and Friends
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    Midori Plays Mendelssohn at Davies Symphony Hall
    by Noreen Yee
    The Mendelssohn concerto is probably the most beautiful piece of music ever written for the violin. In December, Midori performed this delightful concerto with the San Francisco Symphony and guest conductor, Mikko Franck, at Davies Symphony Hall.
    Midori's rendition of the famous concerto was romantically emotional and impassioned without being overpowering. It was a nice mix of warmth and vitality. However, I was surprised that she dampened the second note of the first long solo passage more than is customary while the remainder of the upward-thrusting octaves was performed with the usual intensity and drama. This stylistic move had little impact on the overall performance and only roused my curiosity. Afterwards, she embraced the music, playing with a lot of verve and lightness of touch.
    Throughout the first movement, I could hear the dazzling melodies from Midori's violin weaving its way through the layers of music. The magnificent scoring of the piece includes extensive interchanges in which the soloist and the orchestra actually take turns playing the background and the foreground so that the entire piece is like a musical dialogue between instruments. The exquisite harmony and the mesmerizing solo parts make the Mendelssohn concerto a musical fantasy and masterpiece.

    39. Seattle Symphony | Season & Tickets
    75. Press Releases 1/14/2004. WorldRenowned violinist midori andPianist Robert McDonald in Recital at Benaroya Hall February 4.

    40. Seattle Symphony | Pressroom
    WorldRenowned violinist midori and Pianist Robert McDonald in Recital atBenaroya Hall February 4. Wednesday, January 14, 2004. Performances

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