Anna Myer recognizable discourse. Romantic selections from Brahms were played liveby violinist Lucy Stoltzman and pianist david polan. Both women http://www.bostonphoenix.com/archive/dance/97/11/20/ANNA_MYER.html
Extractions: dance performance dance participatory hot links Dancers have a word for parts of the body that aren't active but aren't stiff or stuck, either. The word is quiet. A lot of Anna Myer's dance is quiet in that way. The works she showed last weekend at Green Street studio floated around the space, changing their outer shapes but keeping a quiet center. They seemed inconsequential, benign, like puffy summer clouds. (1995) were placid while going through their initial moves and kept their equanimity in subsequent variations. With their torsos as anchor, they stuck their arms or legs out into angular shapes, changing on the beats of the music. Sometimes they torqued their whole bodies into zigzags or hook-shaped tumbles, redesigning on a beat, holding still, changing again. Heather Waldon connected these moves into a dancelike line, but the others (Mia Lushine, Scott Martin, Brian Perry and Carol Somers) interpreted them more like signals that needed to be held in place long enough so the audience could read them before another signal could be offered. None of the signals, however, read as literal gestures. The two untitled parts of a work to be premiered in New York next June assembled this move-by-move lexicon into a slightly more recognizable discourse. Romantic selections from Brahms were played live by violinist Lucy Stoltzman and pianist David Polan. Both women (Carol Somers in a solo and Mia Lushine in a duet with Sabu Bedward) wore the most extreme kind of classical ballet tutu, a fabric ruffle that extends straight out to arm's length from the woman's hips. This plate-like object cuts the dancer's body in half and, as someone remarked that night, prevents her from seeing her legs.
FIRM - Discussions Friedlander, Sinai Levy and david Lowenfeld; the 85 Germans, assessed prominentJewish pianist Arthur Rubinstein Hungary), poland, and the polan lands taken http://www.homevideo.net/FIRM/archives/arch35.htm
Arts/Music/Instruments/Keyboard/Piano/Pianists Active as a performer composer accompanist and teacher david polan is most fortepianist/start.htmlPapadiamandis Mathieu Young Greek pianist; short information http://www.arts-entertainment-recreation.com/Arts/Music/Instruments/Keyboard/Pia
Extractions: Search: Welcome to arts-entertainment-recreation.com, the comprehensive search portal dedicated to the arts. We have located some of the finest art and entertainment resources from across the Web and accumulated them into a single directory. Here you can choose from a wide variety of documents, reviews, articles, and Web sites about your favorite activities. Whether you enjoy film, Broadway shows, television, books, fine art, or travel, there is something here for you. As you peruse the directory, you will notice several categories pertaining to the arts. Feel free to navigate through these categories, from broad art-related topics to specific information on selected subjects. Our search portal also gives you the option to conduct a query using our intelligent search feature. Arts Music Instruments Keyboard ... Piano Pianists Agents and Managers
Articles Written For AUFBAU By Leonard J. Lehrman with violinist Karen Marx and pianist John Churchwell era, under the late Chorus MasterDavid Stivender, was a Nina polan s Polish Theatre Institute in the USA http://artists-in-residence.com/ljlehrman/articles/aufbau74.html
Extractions: On and around Valentine's Day, The Long Island Composers Alliance presented four programs to receptive audiences [at Vladeck Hall] in the Bronx, [Lefrak Hall at] Queens [College], Great Neck [House], and [the] Garden City [Public Library], featuring songs of love by 20 Long Island composers (most of them Jewish), performed by three sopranos and three tenors, accompanied by half a dozen of the composers themselves. The Bronx program[, part of the Herman Liebman Memorial Concert Series,] was repeated at Queens [College] and Garden City [Public Library], and featured soprano Helene Williams in [what will shortly be released as a compact disk on Capstone Records,] a sequel to last year's [ Helene Williams Sings] Songs of Love by Long Island Composers Halka : Poland's national opera [Part of the closedmindedness of that era, under the late Chorus Master David Stivender, was a hostility to Eastern European languages and all modern operas.] As the Met slowly works to overcome these obstacles from the past, mounting
PVFS Guest Performers Judy polan, One of the sweetest voices ever to the Boston area, the group includesDavid Ingle, Libby Anne Louise White, An accomplished pianist, vocalist and http://www.filbert.com/pvfs/guests.htm
Extractions: Formerly with the popular folk band, Salamander Crossing , and now fronting Daisy Mayhem , Rani joins George Reynolds for some rousing vocals and fiddle music. David Arfa David hails from Shelburne Falls and tells Yiddish stories. Erik Balkey Performing songwriter based in Philadelphia, Eric has played the major music halls from the Postcrypt to the Passim. He is organizer of the Philadelphia Songwriters Alliance. Davis Bates
Extractions: Sophie's Choice Description: Meryl Streep earned her second Academy Award for her masterful performance as a Nazi death camp survivor who moves to America, but cannot escape the dark secret from her past that haunts her. Kevin Kline and Peter MacNicol give able support as the men in her life. Alan J. Pakula directs this moving adaptation of the William Styron novel. 150 min.
Vincente Minnelli Paris, in which he serves as pianist, orchestra conductor The Bandwagon Essay by DanaPolan MediumShot Aesthetics of Vincente Minnelli Essay by david Gerstner. http://www.sensesofcinema.com/contents/directors/04/minnelli.html
Extractions: The Bad and the Beautiful (1952) and Two Weeks in Another Town (1962), the second of these a film which Jean-Luc Godard, in , has linked not only with his own Contempt (1963) but also with Dziga Vertov's The Man with the Movie Camera (1928). But how different are Minnelli's methods from Vertov's! Vertov's journey in
Satellite Collections - Stein, Leonard, 1916- (S23) 7 microfilms, 19 recordings Leonard Steinpianist and teacher. Ralph Moritz (1 item1974), Morris polan (6 items Robert Gray (1 item 1982), david Saxon (1 http://www.schoenberg.at/6_archiv/satellite/satellite_s23.htm
Extractions: Leonard Steinpianist and teacher. He studied with Richard Buhlig. He has performed and recorded virtually all of Schoenberg's works for piano. He was Schoenberg's student and teaching assistant (1935-1939) and helped to finish several of Schoenberg's booksStructural Functions of Harmony, Style and Idea (revised edition, expanded), Preliminary Exercises in Counterpoint, Models for Beginners in Composition, Fundamentals of Musical Composition. He has also arranged and edited (for publication) many of Schoenberg's musical works. He was the first director of the Arnold Schoenberg Institute (1974-1991). He taught at the California Institute of the Arts, and the University of Southern California.
The Eloise Website tall and dark, a concertlevel pianist with a Ingres s wealthy noblemen, Jacques-LouisDavid s Napoleon Barron polan, Thompson s agent, who had helped make her http://www.eloisewebsite.com/library/9612_vanityfair.htm
Extractions: December 1996 I n 1962, at the very height of her celebrity, Kay Thompson suddenly and mysteriously moved to Rome and took a splendid maisonette at the top of the Palazzo Torlonia, near the Spanish Steps. From her terrace she could see the Baroque domes of the city. Thompson seemed weary of her public persona, an identity so firmly established that one friend called it "the Eloise and Funny Face thing," as if it were a separate being. Thompson had just brought out a new edition of the third of the Eloise books, Eloise at Christmastime, and the quirky and poetic voice was unmistakable: And when we awakened on absolutely Christmas day. Eloise was more than a popular book; the dolls, toys, and wardrobe it produced had been one of the first publishing saturation-marketing gambits. The author of Eloise , however, appeared to believe that her creations had overwhelmed her; she was in retreat. "The world is coming apart," she told her editor, Richard Grossman. "Why don't you move to Rome," he suggested casually. "There is nothing you can do here in New York that you can't do there." She picked up and left "with only a toothbrush," she later told a friend.
H1910 p.E9) 1949 Oscar Peterson, jazz pianist, was invited 4/24/99, p.A10) 19491950 DavidPark painted Basketball. In 1998 Rosen published Barney polan s Game, a http://www.eleggua.com/History/1949.html
Extractions: Elektronik Musik Video ... Screenwriting Books Popular Music Classical Music DVD Video Toys Baby Computers Video Games Electronics Software Office Products Magazines Outdoor Living Kitchen 51-100 of 200 Back Next 50 See Shopping Guide for Books - - Screenwriting (The prices listed on this site are subject to change without notice; see help Writing Screenplays That Sell : The Complete, Step-By-Step Guide for Writing and Selling to If you've got a half-finished screenplay in the drawer, these two unflaggingly optimistic additions to the how-to literature will make you want to dig it out and get to work. Aimed at beginners, both are by academics who not only teach the subject, but are professional screenwriters themselves. In agreement on most of the basic points, each gives a solid discussion of the craftcharacters, story development, etc.and industry; lays out the all-important details of format; ... Read more
Deterritorialized Music performed by an allelectronic orchestra in concert with pianist John Tilbury DanaPolan. Jean Luc-Nancy, Christopher Fynsk, Peter Greenaway, and david Lynch. http://deterritorialized-music.blogspot.com/2004_03_01_deterritorialized-music_a
Extractions: See the recently released Loose Community, a collaboration between Otomo, Park and Mi-yeon, with additional contributions from Sachiko M, Gunter Muller, and Yumiko Tanaka (http://www.japanimprov.com/imjlabel/511/index.html). Otomo, Sachiko M, and Toshimaru Nakamura recently performed with Park and Mi-yeon at the Buam Art Hall in Seoul in September 2003.
Actorsingers Damn Yankees (1997) Rehearsal Show PianistDavid Gidge. Stage ManagersJoy Douville, LeeAnne Ouellette, Tara Prairie Lee, Kevin Olson, Emily Piehl, Stan polan, Katie Poulin, Judy Stone, Betty Thomson http://www.actorsingers.org/s1997a.htm
Extractions: Damn Yankees 1997 [Damn Yankees 1979] [Past Shows] [Prev] [Next] Edmund M. Keefe Auditorium May 9-11, 1997 Words and Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Moss Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop Based on the novel by Douglass Wallop "The Year The Yankees Lost The Pennant" Presented in cooperation with: Music Theatre International 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 In Order of Appearance Joe Boyd Glen Grimard Meg Boyd Alene Bonner Mr. Applegate Al Lindquist Sister Cindy Knapton Doris Michele Bossie Joe Hardy John Gilboy Henry S. Bechard Sohovik Tom Hebert Smokey Ray DeRusha III Linville Denis Brunelle Van Buren Barry Bonner Rocky David Ducharme Gloria Thorpe Donna O'Bryant Lynch Kevin Guimond Welch Dan Pelletier Bryan Brian Schmitt Lola Tracy Smith Mickey Mitchell Fortier Miss Weston Barb Asketh Eddie Bobby Fonacier Commissioner Kevin Guimond Baseball Players Derek Levesque Josh Friedman Brian Schmitt Ensemble Carol Babel Tricia Baker Jan Bennicoff Taylor Bossie Rebecca Brunelle Judy Bruno Chuck Emmons Karen Goodno Karin Harvey Jenny Hassey Steven Sickles Gloria Smith The role of Joe Hardy - played by John Gilboy, and a Baseball Player - played by Derek Levesque, were inadvertantly omitted from the "Cast in Order of Appearance" on page 9 of this program. Mr. Gilboy appears following the role of Doris.
Copyright 2004 J. David Goldin The Lux Radio Theatre. Copyright 2004 J. david Goldin. These are all the examples of this program in the GOLDINdex database. These listings are accurate as of May 4, 2004. chorus), Hubert Head (chorus), david Knight (chorus), Tudor Williams intermission guest), John Prince, david Kerman, William Royale, Robert http://www.radiogoldindex.com/cgi-local/p2.cgi?ProgramName=The Lux Radio Theatre