Beethoven Festival 2002 Carlyss * Carol Ou * Dmitry Rachmaninov Ann Schein * peter vinograde Camerata NewYork Orchestra Richard Owen, conductor Agustin Anievas, pianist Dalit Warshw http://www.cameratany.org/cameratany.org/pages/beethoven.html
Extractions: Beethoven Festival returns with its daylong activities culminating in the premier of a "new" Beethoven Symphony for the festival finale. Inspired by her discovery of a virtually unknown orchestral transcription by Beethoven himself of one of his piano sonata movements, the prizewinning composer and pianist Dalit Warshaw has orchestrated the remaining movements, and will be at the Festival to discuss the new transcription. World-renowned pianist Agustin Anievas will perform the Emperor Concerto to open the finale with the critically acclaimed orchestra Camerata New York , conducted by Richard Owen, Jr. Performers at the Beethoven Festival 2002:
Of Time And Sky UND 46 $20.98. peter vinograde (piano). Instantly impressed as a pianist witha big technique, a lively mind, and a passionate commitment to the music.. http://a.musiccentre.ca/ds/CDs/OfTime.html
Extractions: The two major works on this recording, Michael Matthews' Of Time and Sky and Alfred Fisher's Six Fantasy Pieces , were paired for their contrasting styles. Both are immediately accesible and intesely expressive, and both end quietly, but there the similarities end. The Matthews work, in three large sections, moves from a knotty, acerbic opening through a contrapuntal, intense lyricism, into a jazzy, delightrully enpredictable jaunt. Then, as themes become more ephemeral and fragmented, the music dreamily drifts out of our consciousness. The Fisher work, in six movements of varying lengths, features the wild shattering and unpredictable (1 and 2), the reflective and sensual (3 and 6), the terse and witty (5) and the sparkling and virtuostic (4). "Instantly impressed as a pianist with a big technique, a lively mind, and a passionate commitment to the music.. an excellent recital." - Joseph Horowitz
Records International Catalogue July 1997 these pieces are perhaps best summed up by the pianist who performs Setsuko Nagata(violin), peter vinograde (piano), Alyssa Reit (harp), David Creswell (viola http://www.recordsinternational.com/RICatalogJuly97.html
Extractions: Home August 1997 Catalogue September 1997 Catalogue October 1997 Catalogue ... November 1998 Catalogue EDMUND RUBBRA (1901-1986): Symphony No. 1, GAVRIIL POPOV SYMPHONY NO. 5, SYMPHONIC SUITE NO. 1 GAVRIIL POPOV (1904-1972): Symphonic Suite No. 1, Symphony No. 5 in A Major, Op. 77 "Pastoral". This third release in Olympia's Popov series couples works from different ends of the composer's career. The suite was culled from music written for the 1932 propaganda film Komsomol is the Chief of Electrification (really) and contains five brief movements showing Popov's early musical personality: pungent orchestrations both virtuoso and highly personal, not without a hint of Prokofiev. The fifth symphony was written in 1956 and represented Popov's first effort at reclaiming his place in the Soviet musical firmament after Stalin's death. A massive work of five movements (Pastorale, Storm, Struggle, Hopes and a second Pastorale) the symphony shows Rimsky-Korsakov's influence in its superb orchestration as well as evident influences from Ravel and Prokofiev. Moscow Radio & TV SO; Edvard Chivzhel, USSR State SO; Gurgen Karapetian. Olympia OCD 598 (England) BORIS TISHCHENKO (b. 1939): Concerto for Harp and Chamber Orchestra, Op. 69, ALBERTO GINASTERA (b. 1916): Concerto for Harp and Orchestra. St. Petersburg composer Boris Tishchenko's harp concerto makes its belated CD debut. One of Shostakovich's finest students, Tishchenko's music is concentrated, intense and expressive. Dating from 1977, the concerto, in 5 movements lasting 45 minutes, is predominantly inward-looking and treats the harp as a "first among equals" rather than as a virtuosic soloist. An unexpected touch is the use of a wordless soprano in its fourth movement Intermezzo. Tatiana Tauer (harp - Ginastera), Irina Donskaya (harp - Tishchenko), St. Petersburg Chamber Orchestra; Edward Serov. Kontrapunkt 32250 (Denmark)
The Bach Source July 31August 5, 2000. peter vinograde is- concert pianist who specializes inperformaces of works of JS Bach and 20th Century masterworks peter vinograde. http://www.scils.rutgers.edu/~byrnen/festival_concerts.html
Extractions: The San Fransisco Bach Choir founded in 1936, the choir presents high-quality concerts from an early music perspective, drawing its membership from the Bay Area's large community of musicians. The San Fransisco Bach Choir To Enjoy upcoming Bach festivals... Oregon Bach Festival Conductor Helmuth Rilling leads two weeks of choral orchestral masterworks, chamber concerts, guest artist performances, educational programs, and family and social events. June 23 - July 9, 2000. Another enjoyable Festival is Victoria Bach Festival - offers a diverse repertoire of orchestral music, choral works and chamber concerts by baroque, classical, romantic and contemporary composers. July 31-August 5, 2000 Peter Vinograde is- concert pianist who specializes in performaces of works of JS Bach and 20th Century masterworks Peter Vinograde Finally Bach With Pluck - duo of lutenist/guitarist Jerry Willard and harpsichordist Elaine Comparone. A passion for Bach and a taste of jazz enliven all their concerts. Bach with Pluck The Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra join forces with guest soloists in an acoustically and visually ideal performing concerts that have inspired audiences for six decades.
CLASSICAL Archives -- July 2001 (#111) Most of the works here don t require a pianist this good. I ve heard three pianistsdo the Flagello sonata peter vinograde (Albany TROY234), Joshua Pierce http://home.ease.lsoft.com/scripts/wa.exe?A2=ind0107&L=classical&F=&S=&P=11514
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V Information Sites Veljkovic, Natasa Yugoslavian concert pianist. Biography and discography. vinograde,peter - Interpreter of piano works of JS Bach and 20th century composers http://songsorg.com/Instruments/Keyboard/Piano/Pianists/V/
Pianists vinograde, peter Has established himself as an outstanding interpreter of piano Chen,Rueibin - Austrian -Chinese pianist s site includes biography, photo http://dmoz2.telekurier.at/Arts/Music/Instruments/Keyboard/Piano/Pianists/
Erich Itor Kahn - Society Pages peter vinograde, pianist Times Erich Itor Kahn s Chaconne in Time of War (1943) wasvery moving and expertly played by pianist peter vinograde (1999 Bard http://www.ezatta.com/society/dir/Erich_Itor_Kahn/index.shtml
Memorial Eddy; duopianists Gena Raps and Eugenia Monacelli; and pianist Morey Ritt AccompanyingMr. Fuchs and Miss Nelsova were Audrey Axinn and peter vinograde. http://www.arturbalsam.org/memorial.htm
Extractions: Balsam clearly had the devotion of his students, from Manhattan, Blue Hill and beyond, who joined in the celebration. Chamber music was heard from pianist Dan Berlinghoff, violinist Setsuko Nagata, violist Sander Strenger and cellist Timothy Eddy; duo-pianists Gena Raps and Eugenia Monacelli; and pianist Morey Ritt, violinist Carol Stein Amado and cellist Barbara Stein Mallow. Accompanying Mr. Fuchs and Miss Nelsova were Audrey Axinn and Peter Vinograde. The solo pianists included Diana Boyle, Paul-André Bempéchat, Edmund Battersby, and your correspondent. Each of us felt privileged to participate.
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New Page 1 pianist, Wendy Magro received her Bachelor s Degree at the ManhattanSchool of Music where she was a student of peter vinograde. http://www.pastichemusic.com/pages/members.htm
Extractions: Mark Cooper clarinet , performs throughout the New York metropolitan area and is a band director at an intermediate school in Brooklyn. He has performed with the New World Symphony in Miami, the Village Light Opera Group of Manhattan, Verissiomo Opera of New Jersey, New England Symphonic Ensemble, New York Metamorphosis Orchestra, was the principal clarinetist in the Regina Opera and Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra, and has traveled throughout the United States on a tour of "Brigadoon." Mark received his Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Orchestral Performance at the Manhattan School of Music. His teachers have included Laurie Friedman, David Weber, Peter Simenauer, and Leon Russianoff. Since earning her Master's Degree from the New England Conservatory in 1989, Alisa Herrington , bassoon, has performed internationally with ensembles including the Boston Philharmonic, New England Philharmonic, Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra, Regina Opera Company, Bronx Philharmonic, AIMS Institute, Rome Festival Orchestra and the Grand Teton Orchestra. She has also served as a faculty member with the Siena Academy for Music and Arts, New England Conservatory Extension Division and at Wilkes University where she taught bassoon and chamber music. Ms. Herrington lives in Manhattan with her husband, also a professional musician. Mark Snyder oboe Children's Orchestra Society , Manhasset, the Portledge School, Locust Valley and the Ridgewood Conservatory, Ridgewood, New Jersey.
RICHARD WILSON Born Cleveland, Ohio, May 15, 1941. Profession Composer, pianist, Teacher of Music. Nov.12, 1995 THREE SHORT PIECES, in NYC, by peter vinograde, piano. Oct. http://faculty.vassar.edu/~riwilson/cv.html
Extractions: RICHARD WILSON Curriculum Vitae (September, 2002) Born: Cleveland, Ohio, May 15, 1941 Profession: Composer, Pianist, Teacher of Music Present Positions: Professor of Music, on the Mary Conover Mellon Chair, Vassar College; Composer-in-Residence, American Symphony Orchestra Address: 27 Vassar Lake Drive, Poughkeepsie, New York Telephone: 845-471-4620 (home); 845-437-7326 or 437-7319 (college). Fax: 845-471-6752 (home) E-mail: email@example.com Web Site: www.richardwilson.org Marital Status: married to Adene Stevenson Green, May 15, 1971 Children: Katherine Blanca Wilson, born May 21, 1976 James Graham Wilson, born April 17, 1980 Formal Education: Rutgers University M. A. 1966 in Music Theory Master's Composition: FANTASY AND VARIATIONS Harvard University 1959-1963 A. B. 1963 magna cum laude in music Honors Thesis: "Syncopation in the Works of Robert Schumann" Euclid Senior High School 1956-1959 Diploma in 1959 Applied Music Study: Piano 1960 Leonard Shure, Aspen and New York City 1954-1959 Egbert Fischer and Leonard Shure, Cleveland Music School Settlement 1948-1954 Roslyn Raish Pettibone, Timberlake, Ohio