Performance Reviews Texas Chamber Orchestra is a Premier Symphony orchestra located in the DallasFort Worth Metroplex. ADDISON - pianist jose feghali turned into maestro jose feghali on Saturday night when he led http://tco.webcreationsexpress.com/review.htm
Extractions: Review: Texas Chamber Orchestra takes joy in precision with Hadyn, Mozart works 12:59 AM CST on Sunday, November 9, 2003 By OLIN CHISM / The Dallas Morning News ADDISON José Feghali is well known in this area as a pianist. On Saturday night he took up another instrument, the conductor's baton, while not relinquishing his first musical love. Mr. Feghali joined the Texas Chamber Orchestra for a concert in the Addison Theatre Centre. Mr. Feghali is the orchestra's new artistic adviser. It was clear from the opening notes on Saturday that he has a fine group to work with. The Texas Chamber Orchestra is an alert and precise group of professionals who project a real musical personality. The concert was a joyful occasion, not least because it was devoted to the music of Haydn that master of musical good cheer and his friend Mozart. The pianistic part of the concert was Haydn's Concerto in D major, Hoboken listing XVIII:11, and Mozart's Concerto No. 21 in C major, K. 467. Mr. Feghali was the soloist; he conducted from the piano. From both piano and orchestra there was crisp, precise playing that beautifully captured the high spirits of Haydn's wonderful concerto. The only real negative was the dry acoustics of the theater, which gave the instruments extraordinary clarity of sound but robbed them of the projection and resonance that let a performance bloom. A lesser orchestra would have been cruelly exposed, but the precision of the Texas Chamber Orchestra was such that exposure was no bother.
Jose Feghali Biography feghali was appointed Artistic Advisor of the Texas Chamber Orchestra for the 2003/2004season, and will be performing with them as both pianist and conductor. http://tco.webcreationsexpress.com/Guest_Artists_BIO/jfeghali_BIO2.htm
Extractions: Equally active as a recitalist, Mr. Feghali has appeared on such prestigious stages as Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, Ambassador Auditorium and Chicagos Orchestra Hall. He has also performed in the major concert halls of the United Kingdom, Germany, Holland, Spain, Portugal, Eastern Europe, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore and Latin America. In addition, Mr. Feghali regularly collaborates in chamber music performances, including recitals with renowned flutist James Galway, cellists Truls Mørk, Antonio Meneses and Daniel Gaisford, and violinists Régis Pasquier and Olivier Charlier. Mr. Feghali's recent and upcoming appearances include a return engagement with the Dallas Symphony under Andrew Litton for the opening concert of their Centennial season, a gala concert of lOrchestre Symphonique de Québec, a recital at the Kravis Center, performances with the New Jersey, Monterey, Houston, Fort Worth, Jacksonville and Brazilian symphonies, Rochester, Naples, Calgary and London philharmonics and the Royal Philharmonic at London's Royal Festival Hall. He will be appearing in 5 performances at the 2003 Mimir Chamber Music Festival in Fort Worth, as well as giving several recitals in the U.S. and abroad, including his first appearance in mainland China, where he will also be on the faculty at the 2003 Shanghai Piano Summer Session.
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Extractions: José Feghali - Piano Associate Director Mr. Feghali's recent and upcoming appearances include a return engagement with the Dallas Symphony under Andrew Litton for the opening concert of their Centennial season, a gala concert of lOrchestre Symphonique de Québec, a recital at the Kravis Center, performances with the New Jersey , Monterey, Houston, Fort Worth, Jacksonville and Brazilian symphonies, Rochester, Naples, Calgary and London philharmonics and the Royal Philharmonic at London's Royal Festival Hall. He performed with Jon Vickers at Londons Wigmore Hall and at the Ravinia Festival 2000, as well as presenting a solo recital and appearing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Mr. Feghalis recordings include a CD of music inspired by dance on the Koss Classics label. Next season, Mr. Feghali will be releasing new recordings, including an all Schumann solo program and a recording of Brahms' Sonatas for cello and piano with cellist Daniel Gaisford on the Anacapa Label; and a recording of Villa-Lobos' Bachianas Brasileiras No.3 for piano and orchestra with the Nashville Symphony on the Naxos label. A child prodigy in his native Brazil, Mr. Feghali made his recital debut at the age of five and concerto debut three years later with the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra. Feghali moved to London at fifteen to study with Maria Curcio Diamand, then continued his studies at the Royal Academy of Music with Christopher Elton.
Hilton Head International Piano Competition jose feghali is Artistin-Residence at Texas Christian University. Ian Hobson isinternationally famous as a pianist, conductor, teacher and recording artist http://www.hhipc.org/2002inReview.html
Extractions: Conductor John Giordano has served as Jury Chairman of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition since 1973. At the end of the 2000 season, he retired after 27 years as the Music Director of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. He has conducted world premiers of works by composers Gian Carlo Menotti, Benjamin Lees, Ezra Laderman and Joaquin Rodrigo, and has several published compositions of his own. John Giordano studied at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels as a Fulbright Scholar. He currently serves on the music faculties of both the University of North Texas and Texas Christian University.
WFSO: 2001 - 2002 Concert Season October 6, 2001 jose feghali pianist. L ArlesienneSuite No. 1 Piano Concertoin G Major Piano Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 22, Bizet Ravel SaintSains. http://www.wfso.org/concert_season/guest_artists/2001-2002/index.php
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Jonathan Tsay - Biography as a chamber musician; he was the first pianist to participate Private Lessons Alessio Bax, jose feghali, John Owings, Boris Petrushansky, Andre Laplante. http://people.smu.edu/jtsay/tsaybio.htm
Extractions: Jonathan Tsay - pianist Born and raised in Arlington, Texas, Jonathan started his piano studies with Carolyn Savko at the age of five. His only other piano teacher is Carol Leone, with whom he now studies with at the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University (SMU). His other musical background includes violin studies with Irene Lau and percussion studies with Joey Carter. Jonathan served as pianist, violinist, violist, and percussionist for the Fort Worth Youth Orchestra, where he also won the Young Artists Award. Jonathan has participated in the TCU/Cliburn Piano Institute in Fort Worth, Le Centre darts Orford in Quebec, and the Las Vegas Music Festival. He has remained active as a chamber musician; he was the first pianist to participate in The Institute for Strings, a chamber music intensive program founded by Dallas Symphony Orchestra violinist Jan Sloman. Jonathan has been a featured soloist with orchestras including the Fort Worth Youth Orchestra and the Meadows Symphony Orchestra at SMU.
Green Music Festival 2004 | Artists He has collaborated recently with pianist Helene Grimaud, and also collaboratedwith pianist jose feghali, Andre Previn, Gil Shaham, composer Michael Hersch http://festival.sonoma.edu/artists.htm
Extractions: Renowned pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane is recognized by audiences around the world for his mastery of diverse repertoire from Bach to Gershwin. He has established an international reputation as a truly versatile artist, equally sought-after as soloist, conductor and chamber musician. Currently Mr. Kahane is Music Director of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra and the Santa Rosa Symphony, and is Artistic Director of the Green Music Festival in Sonoma County.
The Nashville Symphony 1 for Violin in A minor and his Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor on March 5 and6, and a second with pianist jose feghali, who will interpret VillaLobos http://nashvillesymphony.org/news/releases_brazil.html
Extractions: NASHVILLE, Tenn., February 24, 2004 - March is going to be an exciting time for Nashville Symphony audiences, because between March 5 and 20 The Symphony will explore the works of Brazilian composer Heitor Villa-Lobos, his love of the indigenous songs and dances of his homeland, and how J.S. Bach so greatly influenced his compositional style. From his earliest years, Villa-Lobos was enthralled with the sounds and ceremonies of his native Brazil so much so that he made several trips to the Brazilian interior to study them, says Nashville Symphony Music Director Kenneth Schermerhorn. As a result, much of his music shows the profound influence of the melodies, rhythms and sonorities that he discovered there. Villa-Lobos was almost certainly equally impacted by Bach, he adds. He became a major influence on Villa-Lobos during Villa-Lobos years spent studying in Paris in the late 1920s. In fact, it was Bachs influence that led to the composition of the nine works Villa-Lobos titled Bachianas Brasileiras
Houston Symphony Under the direction of Associate Conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto, the Houston Symphonyis joined by accomplished pianist jose feghali in Liszt s Piano Concerto http://www.houstonsymphony.org/performances_details.jsp?catid=293&contid=219
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Extractions: Events American cellist Daniel Gaisford, regarded as one of today's most gifted and communicative musicians, has won acclaim from critics and audiences alike for his consummate musicianship, charismatic presence on stage and dazzling technical command. Gaisford enrolled in the University of Southern California's Young Artists' Program, studying with Gabor Rejto. He continued his studies at the Juilliard School in New York City, where he worked with both Channing Robbins and Harvey Shapiro. While at Juilliard, he was one of the principal cellists of the Juilliard Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Gaisford is the recipient of several distinguished honors, among them First Place awards of the National Young Artists Competition in Los Angeles and first prize winner of the Juilliard School's 1986 Shostakovich Cello Competition, which resulted in his New York concerto debut at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, as soloist with the Juilliard Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Jorge Mester in Shostakovich's Cello Concerto No. 2. Garvaz
Extractions: L. J. Ruede (formerly L. R. Dubiel) received her musical education at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University , Houston, Texas and at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth. Ruede studied violin with Raphael Fliegel, Ronald Patterson and Eudice Shapiro at Rice Ms. Shapiro was for two competitions one of the chosen accompanists for Van Cliburn Piano Competition chamber performances and with Kenneth Schanewerk and Sin Tung Chiu in Fort Worth. She has attended chamber music and orchestral institutes from Florida to California, and is a free-lance professional violinist as well as an alumna of the Brazos Valley String Quartet. Ruede is also a graduate of the master's level archives program, History department, TCU, and has a master's degree in Library Science from Texas Woman's University. Ruede comes from a musical family: brother Clay, Fort Worth-raised cellist, was taught by TCU's Harriet Woldt and, as a founding member of the Arden Piano Trio , was featured on the "Cliburn at the Kimbell" concert series in 1984. An offshoot of the famous Beaux Arts Trio, the Arden has published
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NPR : Performance Today For Monday, March 13, 2000 the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Bearch, Florida by violinistOlivier Charlier (ohleev-yay sharl-YAY) and pianist jose feghali (hoh-SAY http://www.npr.org/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=4&prgDate=13-Mar-2000
Muncie Symphony Orchestra 3 with guest pianist jose feghali, and Tchaikovsky s Symphony No. 4 in F minor.Back to Current Season. https//www.readysecure3.com/users/munciesymphonyorg/ http://www.munciesymphony.org/CurrentSeason/calendar.asp?id=22