Yin Ma's Biography yin ma, pianist. yin ma was born in Hunan, China on Nov.26th 1985. yin ma, a 15year-old piano virtuoso started piano studying at age four. http://www.yinma.net/biography_page.htm
Extractions: Home Biography Awards Reviews ... Send message Yin Ma, pianist Yin Ma was born in Hunan, China on Nov.26th 1985. Yin Ma, a 15-year-old piano virtuoso started piano studying at age four. In 1992, Yin Ma moved with her parents to New York City. Now she is a student at the Preparatopy Division of Manhattan School of Music under the guidance of Professor Arkady Aronov. Prestigious Awards Yin Ma has already won numerous prestigious awards in competitions, including the First International Music Festival Piano Concerto Competition in Italy, two consecutive first prizes at the Bartok-Kabalevsky in Virginia, USA, and most recently at the World Piano Competition in Ohio, USA in July 1999. Debut soloist Yin Ma made her Lincoln Center debut as soloist with the New York Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall, May 1997. She has since appeared as soloist with the Beijing Symphony in Schumann's Piano Concerto in A minor which was recorded on a CD along with works by Liszt, and in April, 2000 she appeared with The Czech National Symphony Orchestra together with its music director Paul Freeman in Chopin Concerto #2 which also was recorded on a CD along with Liszt Concerto #1. Her recital debut took place at the John Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, March 31, 1999. Yin Ma's future performances include appearance with Chicago Simphonietta, concert tours to England and her native China. Critical acclaim Yin Ma has received unanimous critical acclaim for her appearances in the concert halls:
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Extractions: M Mack, Grove Sharon Best Poems of the 90's Best of 98 Famous Poems of the Twentieth Century and most recently selected to appear in the publication Honoured International Poets of 1998 . Sharon has an address on The International Poetry Hall of Fame exhibit: http//wwwpoets.com/s.mack.html. She has to her writing credits a Kent School District handbook, two books written in collaboration with Maple Valley writers, and 10 of her own poetry collections. She takes pride in her writing and can only wonder with pleasure at her blessings and accomplishments. Four grandchildren complete a busy and active lifestyle. Markowski, Benedict Stephen - [b.] March 5, 1932, Hamtramck, Michigan. [ed.] B.A., Central Michigan University, January 1954; M.A. in L.S., George Peabody College For Teachers, 1958; post-grad. at Wayne State U., University of Warsaw, 1962-63, dual scholarship. [occ.] Ethno, Archivist for European Materials, Burton Historical Collection, Detroit Public Library (Collector of Polonica; art, rare books, and memorabilia). [hon.] National Honor Society 1967; 1977 Annual Alumni Award, Central Michigan University. Elected to the Central Detroit Bd. of Education, 1973-75 and simultaneously served as Chairman of Region 6. While attending college, from 1949-1953, each year I was recognized as "poet laureate" by the English Dept., at the annual convocations. [oth. writ.] Carissima , A Lyric Drama, Detroit, The Poet's Mark, 1980;
Reviews Exceptional young Chinese pianist yin ma was the brilliant soloist and showed in her performances and incredible maturity well beyond her years. . http://www.yinma.net/reviews.htm
Extractions: Home Biography Awards Reviews ... Send message Reviews "Pianist, Yin Ma, born in China 13 years ago but raised in the United States, is already launched on an international career, having won a handful of competitions, performed in China, Italy and Hungary. She showed affinity for Bartok, an even greater flair for Liszt. Lin responded to (the program's) challenges with exemplary vitality. She played Beethoven's Sonata op. 10 correctly and with solid technical assurance...if her career is not pushed too hard...her Beethoven should be quite special. Her Liszt is already outstanding...she played with a sure sense of the music's evocative charm and her interpretation of the Taranteella was fluent." - Joseph McLellan, The Washington Post, April 2, 1999 "An incredible young piano talent...swept away the audience with a virtuosity that would be amazing for a musician of any age. At only 13 years of age, Yin Ma is not only extraordinary because of her youth, but the beauty and skill of her performing provided an absolutely thrilling concert. The sight of Lin Ma's fingers flying over the keyboard made one's heart race with excitement and awe. Yin Ma has been well trained in the shadings of volume and texture and in bringing her whole body into the emotion of the music."
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Extractions: I specialize in teaching the piano to young people (including youthfully-minded adults). I teach and encourage the new Associated Board Jazz Piano course (beginners to advanced) as well as the Yamaha keyboard. I work privately from home and currently have 15 jazz piano students (from 8 to 40 years old) and 7 classical and 'early music' students. I'm a registered ISM and MU piano teacher and also teach theory and harmony. I run several 'group tuition' classes for primary age children in the Balham and Mitcham areas (Cat's Cradle Music School). These give primary-age children the opportunity to learn general music-making skills at the keyboard at a low price. Fan guang yi Grade 10 china
Wu Tai Chi Chuan yin, het donkere deel is de rust. ma Jiang Bao Velen, die vroeger van het werk altijd erg moe waren Ik heb ooit een leerling gehad die pianist was en op grond http://www.wutaichi.nl/documents.php?view=13
Foundation tour to Taiwan and Korea, 1989; A ma Sitson Retrospective concert April 13, 1990; Boston Musica Featured artists included pianist yin ChengZong and the Pro Arte Chamber http://www.chineseperformingarts.com/about_us.htm
Extractions: Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts The Foundation for Chinese Performing Arts, is a non-profit organization registered in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in January, 1989. The main objectives of the Foundation are: * To enhance the understanding and the appreciation of Eastern heritage through music and performing arts. * To increase the visibility of Chinese music and performing arts through performances. * To stimulate the research of Chinese music and performing arts. * To provide opportunities and assistance to young artists. AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS The Foundation held its official opening ceremony on September 23, 1989, at the Rivers School in Weston. Professor Chou Wen-Chung of Columbia University lectured on the late Alexander Tcherepnin and his contribution in promoting Chinese music. The Tcherepnin Society, represented by the late Madame Ming Tcherepnin , an Honorable Board Member of the Foundation, donated to the Harvard Yenching Library a set of original musical manuscripts composed by Alexander Tcherepnin and his student, Chiang Wen-Yeh. Dr. Eugene Wu, Director of the Harvard Yenching Library, was there to receive the gift that includes the
Extractions: The teachers in this exploding category do not necessarily claim to be enlightened. What they have in common is a) a humble or retiring enough public image to avoid getting rated with the big guys, or perhaps just starting out, and b) they don't fit in to the other teacher categories. Some Kriya yogis, some hybrids, and some very miscellaneous others. An eclectic lot. Some descriptive information is included. An asterisk (*) indicates they don't really have their own sites, just an interview or short description on someone else's site. And a yellow asterisk ( ) = suggested or located by visitor, thank you. Swami Abhishiktananda * M 1910-1973 French aka Dom Henri Le Saux Xian/Hindu crossover, author, Sri Gnanananda. Page is his book list
Dorchester Reporter, Dorchester MA USA Sort of like the yin and yang he sees himself as a songwriter of folk and folkpop tunes, a vocalist and craftsman, rather than just a pianist, because he http://www.dotnews.com/hirsh.html
Extractions: A Key Break Dorchester Songsmith Hitting High Notes August 14, 2003 By Jim O'Sullivan Had he turned right out of his Columbia Road apartment building one day back in January and not turned left, Adam Hirsh might not be in Rhode Island today. Music sometimes will take you where you didn't know you could go. But Hirsh did turn right on the sidewalk down the stairs from his Uphams Corner studio, and "just walked and walked and walked. And I just came across all these images that were beautiful in their own right, but just nasty." He saw chained-off playgrounds, scenic trees with rubbish in their branches. Beautiful and ugly. And then sitting at his window one morning, sipping iced coffee, the 32-year-old Malibu native and assistant director of a camp for Boston teenagers, looked out on Dorchester's Old North Cemetery in Uphams Corner and saw the sunlight glinting off the headstones. And this morning he is in Newport, Rhode Island, playing a piano and singing the words to "Beautiful Ugly," one of five finalists from across the country vying for the top spot in the Newport Folk Festival Talent Search.
Music Library September 2003 Acq. List Leslie martin, bass soloist; Albert M. Ingalls, pianist. Recorded July 15, 1953 in Meany Theater qing) / Ge Lidao, yin Kaiguang 5. Xuan yue he zou (Sai ma) / Huang Haihuai 6 http://www.lib.washington.edu/music/septacq2003.html
1998-1999 Awards Prize, Performers, pianist, Playing Piece. 3E, Chu Wan Lok Jackie Fu Carmen Lee ying Ada Li Hiu Wah Fiona ma yin Lam Cheryl Ng Oi Yan Vanessa Ngo Tsz Kei Twiggy http://www.spcspr.edu.hk/1998a.htm
The New Light Of Myanmar Vocalist Hinthada Tun yin and pianist Khun Tin The Commander presented prizes to ma Nway Nway Aye and Nan Sein Mya Tin for 2002 Visuddhi magga Examination http://www.myanmar.gov.mm/NLM-2003/enlm/July18_h2.html
Extractions: Today Myanmar Myanmar Times Information Sheet Narcotic Drug New Construction ... Press Release Information Embassies Hotel Info Travel and Tours Business Info ... General Info Tourist Attraction Tourism Tourist Information Tourist Enterprises Nation's Capital Yangon ... Nation's Ancient Capita l Other Places of Interest Myanmar Media Information Technology Myanmar Women Radio-TV Snap Shop ... Entertainment Friday, July 18, 2003 Headlines 55th birthday of Myainggyingu Sayadaw Bhaddanta Sujana held in Sonnatha Myaingswe City Y angon, 17 July - The 55th birthday of Myainggyi-ngu Sayadaw Bhaddanta Sujana was held in conjunction with the offering of "soon" to 1,000 members of the Sangha to mark the fifth anniversary of restoration of peace in Sonnatha Myaing-swe City (Myainggyingu Special Region) of Kayin State, at Aung Mingala Pariyatti Monastery in Sonnatha Myaingswe City of Myainggyingu Special Region, Hlaingbwe Township, on 16 July morning. Vocalist Hinthada Tun Yin and Pianist Khun Tin Kywe performed music entertainment to pay homage to the Sayadaw.
The New Light Of Myanmar a song Sonnyi-pwe-daw-doh-hnwe-pyaw composed by pianist Saw Win Siyon-Chin-Atwet-Thichin-Tapoke song to the accompaniment of organist ma Ei yin Mon of http://www.myanmar.gov.mm/NLM-2004/Jan04/enlm/Jan04_rg1.html
Extractions: Today Myanmar Information Tourist Attraction Myanmar Media Sunday, January 4, 2004 Region Parade of outstanding students in commemoration of 2003-2004 academic year School Family Day held YANGON, 3 Jan- A parade of outstanding students in commemoration of the 2003-2004 academic year School Family Day was held in front of the National Indoor Stadium-1 on Waizayanta Road in Thingangyun Township this morning, attended by Chairman of Myanmar Education Committee Prime Minister General Khin Nyunt. The ceremony was held with four objectives- to implement education promotion programme and national education promotion programme, to show all-round educational development skill of students, for the students to try study hard after taking great interest in all-round educational development skill and to promote the students' outstanding and brilliant skill. Ma Pyi Mon Thet and Ma Win Leh Phyu, a seventh standard and a ninth standard students of No 2 Basic Education High School, Sangyoung Township and Naw Ruth and Naw Mary, a ninth standard and a seventh standard students of the same school acted as masters of ceremonies and announced the agenda in Myanmar and in English respectively.
Nassau Presbyterian Church Music Events in the RautenbergSaathoff Duo, she is pianist for the Accompanist yin-Min Chang is a doctoral candidate in career, including a recent lecture with Yo-Yo ma. http://www.nassauchurch.org/music/nassau6.htm
Extractions: Nassau at Six The series will resume in September 2004. You are invited to a series of concerts held one Sunday a month during the program year. All concerts begin at 6:00 p.m. and are free of charge and open to the public. A post-performance dinner with the artists begins at 7:00 p.m. by reservation only. The cost of the dinner is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for children. Childcare for infants through pre-school is available by reservation only. You may reserve dinner and/or childcare by filling out our form, or by calling the church office at (609) 924-0103, by noon on the Wednesday before the concert. click on performer for 2003-2004 recital program (.pdf) Nassau at Six opens its 2003-2004 season of concerts with pianist Gretchen Saathoff, who twice toured the nation as pianist with the Norman Luboff Choir. As collaborator with both singers and instrumentalists, she has performed often in recitals, as well as in numerous prestigious competitions in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia. A New Yorker for eighteen years, Ms. Saathoff relocated to Amherst, MA in 1999, where she is a member
Program IX. Duet Su ma Meng Ouyang pianist Michel Tan. X. Classic Chorale Silicon Valley Ai Yue Chorus Zhi yin Chorus. Conductor Bainian Tan pianist Michael Tan. http://svay.org/program-2002.htm
EAST ASIA IN NEW ENGLAND Ongoing yin Yu Tang (Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, ma of Japan in Boston/Japan Society of Boston, ma). Sat 4 Performance, pianist MengChieh Liu (Foundation for http://www.smith.edu/fcceas/news/fal03cal.htm
Win03chk Vietnamese pianist Dang ThaiSon has performed in over 40 Chinese art, moderates a panel discussion on yin Yu Tang Cellist Yo-Yo ma serves as the projects http://www.smith.edu/fcceas/news/win03chk.htm
Extractions: Primary Source, in collaboration with the Hudson Museum, presents a 4-part seminar series for Maine teachers entitled Maine and China: A Continuing Relationship . Sessions are held Fri, Jan 2 (The China Trade); Tue, Jan 6 (Chinese in Maine); Tue, Jan 13 (Mainers in China), and Tue, Jan 20 (Maine and Modern China). All sessions are in the Bodwell Area at the Maine Center for the Arts, University of Maine. Contact: Ryan Bradeen, Maine Program Coordinator, 12 Patten Court, Brewer, ME 04412. Tel 207-989-6098; Email firstname.lastname@example.org Rocks, Water, Breeze: Garden Design Discovery, and Music Inspired by the Chinese Landscape is a 5-session seminar. It meets 4:30
Resume 1980 ma in Composition, Queens College 1978 BA Queens College Michael Boriskin, pianist, for New World Records (80426) (Released 1992 Choreography by yin Mei. http://qcpages.qc.edu/~smaldone/resume.html
Extractions: 1978 B.A. Queens College, (Magna cum Laude). TEACHING AND ACADEMIC POSITIONS 1990 - present. Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College, New York. Tonal Theory, Composition, Twentieth Century Theory, Orchestration, Chamber music, Ear Training, Music Appreciation. Current rank is Associate Professor.
Hong Kong Digital #49: Millennium Dragon stolen by partners ma Sar (Yuen Biao) and Chui Joryin, who then When ma is killed by a car bomb, Chui starts romancing beautiful Korean pianist Sonia but http://www.dighkmovies.com/v1/49/49.html
Extractions: Click here for more information about The Hong Kong Filmography February 5th, 2001 Issue #49 HOME E-mail: email@example.com BACK ISSUES Hong Kong Digital is a recurring series of movie reviews by John Charles a film reviewer for Video Watchdog magazine and the author of The Hong Kong Filmography. Red Square Thieves Yuen Biao (left) and Ben Ng Ngai-cheung (right). Image courtesy Widesight. While it left much to be desired as a movie, one of the main pleasures to be had from A MAN CALLED HERO was the inclusion of Yuen Biao in a supporting role. While Jackie Chan achieved new heights of stardom in the late 90s, Ah Biao found himself cast in pictures more and more unworthy of his talents. Sammo Hung squandering his talents in the abysmal MARTIAL LAW series was depressing enough but one can only wonder how "third brother" must have felt stuck in swill like TOUGH BEAUTY AND THE SLOPPY SLOP and THE HAUNTED HUNTER. Unfortunately, MILLENNIUM DRAGON continues this sad pattern, thanks to a ludicrous storyline, poor production, and the consistently deadly hand of former kung fu star turned hack director, Phillip Ko Fei (who also has a supporting role here).