An Evening Of Concertos pianistS (SOLOISTS)adler maadler ma was born in December 1988 in Hong Kong and began to study musical career, as a concert pianist, he appeared frequently in concert halls http://www.concertoevening.homestead.com/profiles.html
Extractions: VIOLINISTS (SOLOISTS) Theodore Chao Theodore Chao was born on October 3, 1989. He is currently a 7th grader at Bret Harte Middle School in San Jose. He started learning violin since the age of seven with Miss Kwok Ping Koo. He earned Honorable Mention at Violin Group B of 2000 CMTANC (Chinese Music Teachers Association of Northern California) Music Competition. This year, he was the first prize winner of Violin Group C in the same competition. Theodore joined the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra in 2000. Since then, he has been the Concert Master of both their Preparatory and Training Orchestras. His favorite composers are Bach and Beethoven. Besides playing violin, he also likes swimming, surfing the Internet, and playing video games. Shirley Hu Shirley Hu was born in March 1989 in California and started learning violin at the age of eight. She has been instructed by Ms. Kwok Ping Koo since 1997 and won the CMTANC (Chinese Music Teachers Association of Northern California) Youth Violin Competition in 2001. Shirley also plays piano and was the first place winner in the CMTANC piano competition this year. PIANISTS (SOLOISTS) Adler Ma Adler Ma was born in December 1988 in Hong Kong and began to study piano at the age of six. Instructed by his mother, he won three piano competitions in the Hong Kong Music Festival. Under the meticulous tutelage of Mr. Kwok Kuen Koo since immigrating to America in 1998, Adler's knowledge of music and repertoire broadened.
PVFS Happenings -- May 2003 Newsletter of the Pioneer Valley Folklore Society and Western mass. Folk Calendar Paul Winter, and international prizewinning pianist, Rexton Park, are among this summer's Aspire Amherst, ma. 730pm. 413-253-9484. may 17 - Lindsay adler. Stone Soup Cafe http://www.filbert.com/PVFS/news/0305.htm
Extractions: Pioneer Valley Folklore Society Happenings May Contents Please come share in an evening of music and stories at the May Pioneer Valley Folklore Society Friday, May 9, 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Black Sheep Café , 79 Main St., Amherst, Mass. Featured as guest performer this month will be storyteller Katie Green . A former speech pathologist, Katie has adapted a penchant for teaching and language to the craft of storytelling. She is known for her skill in finding the heart of a story and bringing characters to life through voice and movement. Her programs and favorite subject areas include ancient Egytian myths, the tales of Hans Christian Andersen, and ghost stories. Beyond her work as a performer, Katie also serves as a storytelling teacher and organizer. She is past president of the League for the Advancement of New England Storytelling (LANES), was a 1998 recipient of the National Storytelling Association's Service Award, and has taught hundreds in her storytelling classes at Fitchburg State College. Her performances are featured on two audiocassettes and she has a CD, The Red Hat: Adventure Tales for Young People , in the works.
Mary Astor Sandra, a selfcentered concert pianist. Davis liked maryâs Arlen, ma, Lionel Stander, Virginia Dale, marjorie Gateson, Thurston Hall, Arthur Loft, Jay adler, Charles Trowbridge http://www.classicimages.com/2000/august00/maryastor.shtml
Extractions: By Barrie Roberts Among the legendary names of Hollywoodâs Golden Age, Mary Astorâs star shines brightly. Strictly speaking, however, Mary was never a star in the accepted sense of her time, but a featured player. This was of her own choosing. Offered starring contracts at various times, she preferred not to shoulder the responsibility of having her name appear above the title of a film. This decision was due largely to a lack of confidence generated by a childhood dominated by demanding parents who looked upon her as a meal ticket. The public with whom she was very popular nevertheless regarded her as a star. Her career lasted an incredible 44 years, during which time she ran the gamut from limpid ingenue to forceful character player. In 1919 Lucile submitted her photograph to a Fame and Fortune contest sponsored by Motion Picture magazine. She placed among the finalists. This was enough to convince her father to move his family to Chicago, where the magazine had offices. Deemed far too young, when seen in person, she was advised to try again when she was older. She did, and was again placed among the finalists. This time the judges named her runner up in the national contest. It was 1920, and Langhanke felt encouraged to move his family once again, this time to New York to launch his daughterâs career. Once in Manhattan Lucileâs picture caught the eye of photographer Charles Albin, who shot a series of camera studies of the girl titled The Madonna Child. These photographs were seen in turn by Harry Durant of Jesse Laskyâs Famous Players company, and this led to a six-month contract for Lucile with Paramount in New York. During a conference with writer Louella Parsons and producer Walter Wanger, Jesse Lasky promptly renamed the girl Mary Astor.
Extractions: Anonymous 4 Harmonia Mundi HMU 907326 "Wondrous Love, Resignation, Sweet By and By, Shall We Gather at the River, Parting Hand, Amazing Grace, etc.you've never heard it so sweet, pure-voiced, vibrant, and sincere as here...one more round of applause for yet another entertaining, enlightening musical journey from our own American Angels."
Bob Gold - Discography adler, flute, alto flute, piccolo; John Swana, trumpet, flugel horn; Jim Ridl, piano; Bob Gold, piano; Darryl Hall, bass; Butch Reed, drums. ma impressionism of pianist Bob Golds http://www.bobgoldmusic.com/discography.htm
Extractions: Made possible by a grant from the PA Council on the Arts "Adler and cohorts cover in fine fashion a lot of groundfrom the high spirited bop of the leaders own "Thoughts of You" and "F Street," which sounds like something from Thad Jones pen, to the impressionism of pianist Bob Golds "If On a Winters Night " and Robert Claires "Distant Trains." Cadence, October 1996 The Steinway Centennial Piano Reproduction
Trummerflora Collective - Archives - May 2002 Thu. 9PM. Christopher adler Trio. Free jazz and improvised by Japanese woman composer/pianist Satoko Fujii, the Satoko Geraldine Galyean. ma soprano recital. Program includes Second http://www.trummerflora.com/calendar/archives/2002-05.html
Extractions: Led by Japanese woman composer/pianist Satoko Fujii, the Satoko Fujii Quartet marks a dramatic extension into the realms of avant-garde rock and freestyle jazz. The concert will be intellectual, noisy, and, best of all, fun. Her colleagues include trumpeter husband Natsuki Tamara, rock-drummer Tatsuya Yoshida, and Takeharu Hayakawa on electric bass. Spruce Street Forum Sat
Abbado, Claudio * 26.6.1933 Mailand/I. Dirigent. Translate this page Adams, Charles (Carl) R. * 9.2.1834 Charlestown/ma (USA), 4.7.1900 West adler,Vincenz * 3.4.1826 Raab (Györ/H), 4.1.1871 Genf/CH pianist und Komponist http://www.musiklexikon.ac.at/ml/musik_A_1
Extractions: Abbado, Claudio * 26.6.1933 Mailand/I. Dirigent. Abbrederis, Matthäus Abe, Kyoko * 26.2.1950 Tokyo. Komponistin. Abel, Hedwig Abel, Josef * 22.3.1929 Deronje in Serbien/YU. Lehrer und Komponist. Abel, Katharina Abendroth, Irene Abendunterhaltung Konzertform, deren Name auf den vergleichsweise privaten Charakter anspielt. Abenthung, Josef Aberer, Rolf * 17.9.1949 Hohenems/V. Komponist, Musiker (Jazz). Abert, Johann Josef Abesser, Edmund Ablinger, Peter * 15.3.1959 Schwanenstadt/OÖ. Komponist, Dirigent. Abraham, Paul Abrányi, Kornel Abschrift Absenger, Anton ... Absolute Musik Ein Grundbegriff der sog. Autonomieästhetik, welche im späten 18. Jh. die sog. Nachahmungsästhetik ablöste (Musikästhetik). a cappella Accompagnement, Obligates Gestaltungsprinzip der Wiener Klassik für die Begleitung. Achamer (Achheimer), Sebastian Achazel (Ahazel), Mathias Achleitner, Innocenz Achleitner, Rudolf ... Ackermann, Stefan (Pseud. ACAMA) * 16.10.1951 Innsbruck. Komponist und Musikproduzent. Adam, Erasmus Adam, Joseph August Adam, Schwestern Doris: * 1.2.1967 Wien. Pianistin. Adam, Theo
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PHF BELIEF | Boquiren, Sacred Music For Piano adler is the pianist in the new music ensemble in the improvising ensembles The Christopheradler Trio and Schelle at Butler University, and an ma (1994) and http://humanities.sas.upenn.edu/03-04/adler-boquiren.html
Extractions: As part of his project for the Penn Humanities Forum as an Andew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Sidney Marquez Boquiren presents a concert of sacred music for piano. Music will include works by Arvo Pärt, Morton Feldman, Olivier Messiaen, John Luther Adams, and John Cage. Dr. Boquiren will also premiere his own composition, Misang Walang Salita Mass Without Words ), scored for amplified piano, two performers, and electronics, and a new work by H. James Harkins. The works in this concert examine the dynamic and arguably synergistic relation between sound and meaning within a religious and spiritual framework. Sidney Boquiren studied composition with Michael Schelle at Butler University, where he graduated
Teachers pianist, clarinetist, recorder, guitarist primarily. Paul s Church, Stockbridge,ma.; Performances with New York Percussion Studied with Henry adler and Gary http://www.bcn.net/~markb/scms/teachers.html
Extractions: Studied violin with Rick Tivin, Classical Guitar with Edward Flower (Ithaca College), Richard Provost (Hart School of Music), Jazz Bass with Ram Miles. Has taught music at the Pittsfield Community Music School, Simon's Rock College. Has performed with Pearls at Swine, Berkshire Bateria Escola de Samba, One Straw Revolution, Simon's Rock Jazz Ensemble, The Element and as co-bandleader, composer and arranger for Chilbone, a local fusion band. Bassoonist with Cold Spring Winds (Williamstown), Bennington Wind Quintet, (Bennington, Vt.), Bennington Trio (Bennington, Vt.), Taconic Consort (Pittsfield), Gramercy Quintet (Boston); Principal Bassoonist with the Sage City Symphony, Pittsfield Symphony Orchestra, Northern Berkshire Wind Ensemble; Scholarship member, Chamber Music Conference and Composer's Forum of the East (Bennington, Vt.); Faculty of the Pittsfield Community Music School.
Prof. Friedman principal horn, Cleveland Orchestra Lorin Hollander, concert pianist. She receivedher ma degree from Brooklyn College In 197778 Ms. Friedman-adler received a http://www.hofstra.edu/Academics/HCLAS/Music/Music_friedman.cfm
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Bestseller Translate this page The pianist. in der Fülle hervor Auf starkem Fittige schwingt sich der adler stolzUnd Tracks 1. Assai lento 2. Lento, ma non troppo 3. Allegro non troppo http://www.eine-gute-cd.de/Musik/Klassik/Bestseller/seite65.htm
News Archive National Harmonica League s page (Larry adler is the in our collaboration with ourresident pianist Nerissa Yeung Mingchi Allegro in Four Colors - ma On Shan http://home.netvigator.com/~cblau/khq/newsarchive.html
Extractions: Harmonica Duo Recital (updated on 1 April 2002) Radio Programme Features New Works for Harmonica Quintet and Orchestra (updated on 1 April 2002) Radio Programme Features Harmonica (updated on 4 April 2002) Repertoire Updates (updated on 4 April 2002) New Article Posted (updated on 1 April 2002) Chinese Page in GB2312 Encoding (updated on 1 April 2002) Symphonic Début with Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (updated on 10 February 2002) Chinese YMCA Harmonica Orchestra Concert (updated on 9 December 2001) Interview by Hong Kong Music Institute (updated on 10 February 2002) Performance in Hong Kong Music Institute Annual Concert (updated on 10 February 2002) King's College Harmonica Band 50th Anniversary (updated on 10 February 2002) Performance in Hong Kong Hospital Authority Charity Concert (updated on 18 November 2001) World Harmonica Festival 2001 (updated on 2 March 2002) Appearance in Radio Programme (updated on 18 November 2001) Watani in Hong Kong (updated on 10 February 2002) Larry Adler Passed Away (updated on 15 February 2002) Performing Tour in Japan (updated on 12 August 2001) Concert on 31 July 2001 (updated on 18 August 2001) Updated Repertoire (updated on 12 August 2001) Mid-summer Harmonica Week (updated on 16 July 2001) New links (updated on 8 July 2001) More Harmonica Featured in the Media (updated on 28 June 2001) Harmonica Featured in the Media (updated on 13 May 2001) Enhanced Chinese web pages (updated on 1 May 2001)