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COLUMBUS, GA – The Columbus State University Premier Series at RiverCenter forthe Performing Arts will present world class violinist midori and Robert
PLAYGROUNDS MAGAZINE STUFF YOU NEED TO KNOW CSU's Carson McCullers Center Opens Reading Series April 14
Columbus State University's Carson McCullers Center for Artists and Writers will present the first event in its "McCullers Center Reading Series," at 8 p.m. Monday, April 14 in the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts Studio Theatre. Poet Shawn Sturgeon, an Emory University creative writing professor, will read from his works and answer audience questions. The event is free and open to the public.
Copies of Sturgeon's latest book, "Either/Ur" (River City Publishing, 2002) will be on sale at the event.
Sturgeon is a frequent contributor to the international literary quarterly, The Paris Review. His poems and translations also have appeared in The New Republic, Western Humanities Review, Peiades, Willow Springs and Witness. As a Charles Phelps Taft Fellow in 1996-97, he lived in Mazatlan, Mexico where he studied Mexican culture and literature.
The McCullers Center Reading Series will resume in fall 2003 and feature as many as eight visiting writers who will give presentations during the academic year.

62. National Symphony Orchestra: Calendar Of Events
An extraordinary prodigy now matured, violinist midori plays with stunningtechnique that is impassioned as never before (The New York Times).

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Japan Foundation and the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation have arranged a charityconcert to be performed by the world famous violinist midori , a true
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with celebrated pianist Peter Vinograde
To celebrate the auspicious occasion of the Sixth Cycle Birthday of H.M. the Queen and in celebration of the Thai Toshiba Group of Companies' 35 th anniversary of operations in Thailand , Thai Toshiba Group of Companies , Thai-Japanese Association in co operation with The Embassy of Japan , The Japan Foundation and the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation have arranged a charity concert to be performed by the world famous violinist Midori , a true “child genius”, now entering her third decade as a world class professional violinist that has perform with many of the world leading orchestra. During

64. ArkivMusic Mozart Les Grandes Sonates Viennoises / Seiler
violinist Enrico Gatti s twoCD selection of six sonatas and variations (Arcana,also deleted In fact, until these new performances by midori Seiler and Jos van

65. A&L Performing Arts News Release - 2001-2002 Season
UCSB Arts Lectures presents acclaimed violinist midori and pianistRobert McDonald in their Santa Barbara area debut at Campbell Hall.
December 11, 2001
Contact: Susan Gwynne
violinist Midori and pianist Robert McDonald
in their Santa Barbara area debut at Campbell Hall Summary Facts:
  • Midori performs at UCSB in her Santa Barbara debut
  • Recent winner of the prestigious Avery Fisher Prize
  • Accompanist Robert McDonald has also partnered with Isaac Stern
  • A program of Schubert/Liszt, Beethoven, Webern and R. Strauss
  • Wednesday, January 16
  • 8 pm / UCSB Campbell Hall
  • General: $45/$35, UCSB students: $20 (limited availability)
The Toronto Star Baltimore Sun For more information,
Editor: For photos, please call
Susan Gwynne at (805) 893-2098.

66. Welcome To Presser Online
He has also received commissions from violinist midori, the Albany Symphony, theVermont Symphony, the Fischer Duo, the Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Zeitgeist

67. BPO Seasonal Repertoire
Bride Overture Adams Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Beethoven - Symphony No.3in E-flat major, op.55 Eroica JoAnn Falletta, conductor midori, violinist
BPO Classics Repertoire 2003-04
20 September 2003
Enesco - Roumanian Rhapsody No.1 in A major, op.11
Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, op.28

Selections - Eileen Ivers
Bernstein - On the Town: Three Dance Episodes
Selections - Regina Carter
Brubeck - Interplay for Three Violins and Orchestra
JoAnn Falletta, conductor
Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, violinist
Regina Carter, jazz violinist Eileen Ivers, fiddler-violinist 4, 5, October 2003 Chopin - Piano Concerto No.1 in E Minor, op.11 Berlioz - Symphonie fantastique, op.14 JoAnn Falletta, conductor 18, 19 October 2003 Miguel del Aguila - Conga Line in Hell Prokofiev - Violin Concerto No.1 in D Major, op.19 Brahms - Symphony No.4 in E minor, op.98 JoAnn Falletta, conductor Ilya Gringolts, violinist 1, 2 November 2003 Mozart - Piano Concerto No.24 in C minor, K.491 Elgar - Symphony No.1 in A-flat major, op.55 James Judd, conductor Stephen Prutsman, pianist 22, 23 November 2003 Berlioz - Beatrice and Benedict: Overture Rautavaara - Violin Concerto Berlioz - Romeo and Juliet (excerpts) Maximiano Valdes, conductor

68. BPO Seasonal Repertoire
White Peacock Ravel Rapsodie espagnole de Falla - The Three Cornered Hat SuiteNo.2 Elgar - Violin Concerto JoAnn Falletta, conductor midori, violinist
BPO Classics Repertoire 2001-02
22, 23 September 2001
Miraculous Mandarin Suite
Beethoven - Symphony No.9 in D minor, op.125 "Chorale"
JoAnn Falletta, Conductor
Regina Zona, soprano
Melissa Thorburn, mezzo-soprano
Gary Seydakl, tenor
Brian Zunner, baritone
Buffalo Philharmonic Chorus,
Dale Adelmann, director 6 October 2001 Tchaikovsky - Romeo and Juliet Fantasy Overture Strauss, R. - Death and Transfiguration, op.24 Tchaikovsky - Piano Concerto No.1 in B-flat minor, op.23 JoAnn Falletta, conductor Van Cliburn, pianist 13, 14 October 2001 Sibelius - Karelia Overture Mozart - Piano Concerto No.27 in B-flat major, K.595 Nielsen - Symphony No.4, op.29 "The Inextinguishable" JoAnn Falletta, conductor Richard Goode, pianist 27, 28 October 2001 Griffes - White Peacock Ravel - Rapsodie espagnole de Falla - The Three Cornered Hat: Suite No.2 Elgar - Violin Concerto JoAnn Falletta, conductor Midori, violinist 17, 18 November 2001 Schumann - Cello Concerto in A minor, op.129

69. Midori
midori. violinist Born 1971 Birthplace Osaka, Japan midori s mother,Setsu Goto, began teaching her daughter the violin at age three.

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Virtuoso; President, midori and Friends Foundation, New York, NY In the 200203season, violinist midori will celebrate her 20th year of public performances.
Warrick L. Carter, Ph.D Midori
CONFERENCE AWARDEES Andrea Olin-Gomes Kaiser - President's Awardee Henry Fogel - Rosenbaum Awardee
Warrick L. Carter, Ph.D

Dr. Warrick L. Carter, President, Columbia College Chicago, IL
Midori, Renowned Violin Virtuoso; President, Midori and Friends Foundation, New York, NY
magna cum laude , and is now a master’s candidate. CONFERENCE AWARDEES National Guild’s President'S AwarD
Andrea Olin-Gomes Kaiser
Andrea Olin-Gomes Kaiser
Colonel Samuel Rosenbaum Memorial Award Henry Fogel
Named in honor of the National Guild’s long-time friend and supporter, the Rosenbaum Award is given annually to an individual or institution whose work is nationally recognized as exemplifying and promoting the ideals to which the National Guild and its membership are dedicated. This year's Rosenbaum Awardee is Henry Fogel, who was appointed to the position of President and CEO of the American Symphony Orchestra League starting July 1, 2003. Prior to that, Mr. Fogel was President of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association from 1985-2003. During this period, the Association’s budget more than tripled and its endowment grew from $19 million to over $160 million. Also during his tenure, the CSO undertook a massive program of community engagement and strengthened its educational programs considerably. In 1997, Mr. Fogel completed overseeing the award winning Symphony Center project – the $120 million dollar renovation and expansion of Orchestra Hall.

71. BMG Music Service: CD Detail
midori delivers a sensational performance of Niccolò Paganini s set of 24 unaccompaniedcaprices for violin, a supreme test of the violinist s virtuosity.

72. Concert On 26 November 2004 At Barbican Hall, London
Violin Recital www Japanese violinist midori presents a vibrant recital programmeincluding Beethoven s Spring sonata as well as sonatas by Debussy and Brahms.
Use your Back button to return to the previous page. Start New Search When: 26 November 2004 at 19:30 Where: Barbican Hall, London Concert Title: Violin Recital Performers: Midori, violin
Robert McDonald, piano
Programme: Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata for Violin and Piano No 5 in F, 'Spring', Op 24
Michael Hersch New York
Claude Debussy Sonata for Violin and Piano in G minor
Johannes Brahms Sonata for Violin and Piano No 3 in D minor, Op 108 Note: Japanese violinist Midori presents a vibrant recital programme including Beethoven's Spring sonata as well as sonatas by Debussy and Brahms. Ticket Prices: Composers: Show Dates Web Links: Click here to book online


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73. Dorothy DeLay, Beloved Violin Teacher
Teach the Exceptional Young violinist, with master teachers Itzhak Perlman, ChoLiangLin, and Robert McDuffie, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, midori, Stephen Clapp
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74. SERIES III (2003-04)
February 20/21, 2004 Paavo Järvi, conductor midori, violinist Martinu The Frescoesof Piero della Francesca Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D Major Stravinsky
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All concerts at Music Hall
September 19/20, 2003

Richard Goode, piano
Ravel: Five Nursery Songs from Mother Goose
Bartok: Piano Concerto No. 3
Mozart: Symphony No. 40 in G Minor
October 24/25, 2003

Akiko Suwanai, violin
Searching for Roots Brahms: Violin Concerto in D Major Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique December 5/6, 2003 Nikolai Lugansky, piano Rachmaninoff: The Rock Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 4 in G Minor Pelleas and Melisande Roussel: Bacchus and Ariane , Suite No. 2 January 23/24, 2004 Sylvia McNair, soprano Women of the May Festival Chorus, Robert Porco, director Debussy: Nocturnes Ravel: Canteloube: Songs of the Auvergne Nielsen: Symphony No. 5

75. Isaac Stern
Stern, Conductor Michael Stern, Conductor Shira Stern, Speaker Sarah Chang, ViolinGlenn Dicterow, Violin Ida Kavafian, Violin midori, Violin Joel Smirnoff

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Isaac Stern at 80: A Carnegie Hall Celebration
Saturday, September 23 - Sunday, September 24, 2000
Carnegie Hall Corporation

During the year 2000, Isaac Stern celebrated two major milestones: his 80th birthday and his 40th anniversary as president of Carnegie Hall.
Isaac Stern and Carnegie Hall are inextricably linked: without his charismatic leadership in the early 1960s, the Hall would have faced the wrecking ball and a red skyscraper would have been erected in its place. Forty years later, his vision and leadership have allowed Carnegie Hall to flourish as a vital international musical, cultural and educational center where groundbreaking programs engage and inform an ever-growing audience of enthusiasts.
To mark these significant moments in his and our lives, Carnegie Hall hosted a two-day celebration of his extraordinary legacy, with an ongoing exhibit about Mr. Stern that ran through December 31, 2000 in the Rose Museum. Other events of the two-day celebration included a retrospective of films featuring Mr. Stern shown in Weill Recital Hall; two family concert matinees in Stern Auditorium, two special concerts featuring young artists in Weill Recital Hall, and a festive evening concert in Stern Auditorium with distinguished friends and colleagues.
Isaac Stern at 80: A Carnegie Hall Celebration has been made possible by the generosity of Walter and Marge Scheuer and Family.

76. Midori Violin
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77. Midori - Violin
Biography Born in Osaka, Japan, in 1971, midori began studying theviolin with her mother, Setsu Goto, at a very early age. In 1982
    Midori Astonishes Cincinnati...Again - 2000
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    Cincinnati welcomes Midori for a series of concerts this weekend with the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Maestro Jesús López-Cobos conducting. This is not the first time our audiences will be able to enjoy her charm and virtuosity.
    In February 1999, Midori stopped briefly in Cincinnati for a chamber music concert. Her last appearance with the CSO was in 1997 when she played the First Violin Concerto by Shostakovich.
    In Beethoven's Violin Concerto, which is in the program of this weekend's concerts, Midori plays the first movement with gentleness and unfulfilled yearning. Her interpretation is so touching that one has to pause and contemplate the magnitude of the moment. The sound is rich and full. The spirit of the music seems to shelter us from the worries of everyday life. This music composed almost two centuries ago and played on an instrument of equal age communicates incredible relevance and tearful emotion. We, mortal vessels, are faced with the work universal and timeless. And such is the reflection on Midori's performance.
    In the opening measures of the last movement, she reaches beauty and confidence. The sound builds up in strength, jumping between light and darkness, peace and sparks of turbulence or almost fury.

78. Mendelssohn And Bruch Violin Concertos [Midori, Violin]
Felix Mendelssohn and Max Bruch, Mendelssohn and Bruch Violin Concertos midori,violin; Berlin Philharmonic, Mariss Jansons, cond. (Sony Classical, SK87740).
Felix Mendelssohn and Max Bruch, Mendelssohn and Bruch Violin Concertos [Midori, violin; Berlin Philharmonic, Mariss Jansons, cond.] (Sony Classical, SK-87740) The two works recorded here represent two of the greatest war-horses of the violinist's repertoire. The Mendelssohn Concerto in E-Minor for Violin and Orchestra, written in 1844, is by turns haunting, elegiac, magical and spritely; it has never been out of the standard repertoire and is often paired, as it is here, with the Concerto in G-minor for Violin and Orchestra by Max Bruch. Bruch's concerto, written in 1865, is by far that composer's most popular work in fact, it is almost the only work of Bruch's still performed regularly. It is a warm and lush work, reminiscent of Brahms and Mendelssohn in its conservative form. The great nineteenth century violinist Joseph Joachim considered these two works to be two of the four great German violin concertos, along with Beethoven's and Brahms's. The Bruch concerto also soars, with the orchestra giving a wonderful performance that glows and delights. Like the Mendelssohn, the Bruch concerto is amazing in the way it casts soloist-as-partner; and as in the earlier work on this disc, Midori shows her ability to fill the role of partner just as well as she displays her awesome command of her instrument. These recordings were made live at the Philharmonie in Berlin, and they do indeed have the "urgent" feel of live performances. The liner notes are decent, directly quoting the composers to depict their attitudes toward composition. This is a fine, fine disc.

79. - Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante, Concerto Violin & Piano - Midori
shrill. I am not sure of midori s ranking among today s violinists, butthis amateur classical listener was very impressed. I recommend
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(Prices subject to change) Label: Sony Classical Serial: SS 89488 Title: Description: Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat for Violin, Viola and Orchestra, Concerto in D for Violin, Piano and Orchestra
Midori (violin)
Nobuko Imai (viola)
NDR Sinfonieorchester
Christoph Eschenbach (conductor) Details: Genre: Classical Content: Stereo/Multichannel Media: Single Layer Recording type: DSD Recording info: Note: SIGC-1 in Japan. add to recommendations add to wish list start discussion report errors Related titles: Mendelssohn/Bruch: Violin Concertos - Midori Buy now from... CD Universe Debussy, Poulenc, Saint-Saens: Violin Sonatas - Midori Buy now from... Tchaikovsky/Shostakovich: Violin Concertos - Midori/Abbado Buy now from... Midori - Encore! Buy now from... Reviews: add review Review by tream February 9, 2004 Performance: Sonics: I can only second Nucaleena's review (who I find to be usually right on, by the way). I have this as one of my recommendations for SACD classical newbies. Have heard it in MC and stereo. Smooth, full sound. This disc gives one a new appreciation for Midori as a mature artist and Eschenbach as a partner.

80. Connie's Violin Page
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