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Extractions: Pianist Featured on the cover of The New York Times Arts Section and called by Gramophone an exceptionally sensitive pianist, Jenny Lin has established a distinguished place among performers of her generation. She was awarded the Best Performer Prize from the 2000 Golden Music Awards, the "Grammys of Asia", and continues to receive accolades worldwide as an orchestral soloist, recitalist, and chamber musician. Ms. Lins current concert season will take her to Austria, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan and the United States. Recent performances include recitals at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Miller Theatre (New York), Phillips Collection (Washington), Myra Hess Memorial Concerts (Chicago), Flanders Festival (Belgium), and Festival Archipel (Switzerland), as well as Live radio appearances on WNYC (New York), WFMT (Chicago), and Klara (Belgium). She regularly collaborates with composers many of whom have written works for her. Upcoming recital programs will feature premieres by Donnacha Dennehy, Stefano Gervasoni, Laura Elise Schwendinger, and Johannes Maria Staud. Her discography on BIS Records includes the complete piano music of Ruth Crawford Seeger, and Chinoiserie, featuring a collection of works of Western composers inspired by China. Two new recordings are scheduled for 2003.
New Release Highlights Sonatas for Piano. uribe, blanca (pno) Son. No. 31, Op is firstrate from all three, though I was continually drawn to the crisp, lively articulations of pianist Stefan Mendl http://www.hbdirect.com/reviews/102bbc1.cfm
Extractions: [Reviewed together with ERA 85773] "Marie-Claire, the ageless advocate of her brother's music, presents what may well be her final interpretations of these compositions... Comparing her earlier recordings with this shows that her tempos have varied little over the years, with only a few exceptions... A mature confidence comes through, even in shorter works that really aren't as interesting. I have to think this is the collection of choice now..." -Metz, ARG
Christian Bohnenstengel, Concert Pianist Christian Bohnenstengel, pianist and native of Mögglingen, Germany, has studiedpiano has appeared in master classes with Rita Sloan, blanca uribe, Paul Shaw http://www.bohnenstengel.net/
Extractions: Christian Bohnenstengel, pianist and native of Mögglingen, Germany, has studied piano since age 7 - with a few years out to study and win prizes in guitar. In January 1999, Mr. Bohnenstengel came to Missouri Western State College to study under Jerry L. Anderson, Director of Keyboard Studies. He was awarded a bachelors degree summa cum laude in music with emphasis in piano performance in May, 2002. He was a recipient of the MWSC Foundation Piano Scholarship, Presidential and STAR Scholarships. He received the MWSC Scholastic Key Award three times. Since August 2002, Mr. Bohnenstengel has been working towards a masters degree in music at the University of Lincoln, Nebraska . His teachers include Dr. Mark Clinton, piano, and Dr. Quentin Faulkner, harpsichord and organ.
Extractions: The Colombian-born pianist, Blanca Uribe, is both an experienced concert artist and a teacher: she has been a professor at Vassar College for over 30 years. On the evidence of this CD she is a fine and thoughtful pianist. According to the liner notes, she has a particular affinity with the works of Beethoven and on this disc she offers performances of two of his most challenging late sonatas. The helpful liner notes point out the contrasts between the two sonatas with the thematic material of Op.110 described as "vocal". This seems to suit Uribe's style well. She brings grace and poise to the first movement. Perhaps she does not have quite the breadth of, say Solomon but her approach is cooler (and that is not meant pejoratively). In her hands the third movement Adagio is calmly poetic and the fugal finale has admirable clarity. In the 'Hammerklavier' the drama of the first movement is well projected although the performance does not have quite the drive of Brendel's 1995 recording. In his classic 1952 account Solomon draws out the Adagio to an astonishing (and mesmerising) 22'20. Uribe, wisely, does not attempt such an approach. Her beautifully poised performance lasts a "mere" 16'44 and while not perhaps as searching as Brendel here she is controlled and fully convincing. The short, dramatic Largo is well handled, with a good sense of suspense (could this section not have been separately tracked?) The tumultuous fugal finale rounds off the performance very satisfyingly.
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Extractions: Blanca Uribe, pianist Born in Bogota, Colombia, into a family of many generations of professional musicians, Blanca Uribe studied in Vienna at the Academy of Music and Dramatic Art with Richard Hauser and in New York at the Juilliard School with Rosina Lhevinne and Martin Canin. With an extensive repertoire ranging from Scarlatti to contemporary works, Uribe is particularly noted for her interpretations of the 32 sonatas of Beethoven, which she has performed in cycle on several occasions, and the complete Iberia Suite of Isaac Albeniz A prize winner at many international competitions, Uribe appeared recently as concerto soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Philharmonia of London, the Residentie Orkest in the Hague, the American Symphony, the National Symphony in Washington D.C., and the Vienna Symphony Uribe's many honors include the General Fancisco de Paula Santander Medal, awarded for outstanding contribution to Colombian Culture, an honorary doctorate from Valle University in Colombia. She was also the recipient of the first Dutchess County Artist Award. Uribe has given numerous master classes in South America, in the U.S., and at international courses in Segovia, Spain, and has also served on the juries of a number of international competitions. A member of the Vassar College faculty since 1969, she currently holds the George Sherman Dickinson Professorship of Music.
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Extractions: Blanca Uribe, pianist Han sido muy elogiadas por la crítica sus grabaciones de la Suite Iberia de Albéniz, de las Danzas Fantásticas de Turina, y del primer concierto para piano y orquesta del compositor norteamericano Richard Wilson, con la Orquesta Pro Arte de Boston. Entre sus recientes grabaciones hay que mencionar las de las Sonatas Op. 110 y Op. 106, "Hammerklavier", de Beethoven.
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Extractions: Classical pianist Stephen Kopp a 2nd prize winner of the 6th biennial Pinault International Piano Competition made his New York City debut at Steinway Hall on January 16 2001 at age 15. Stephen is currently studying with Ms. Blanca Uribe, an artist of international distinction, who is occupant of the George Sherman Dickenson Chair in music at Vassar College. Website Powered by Classic OL
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Extractions: Pianist Melvin Chen, Christian A. Johnson Fellow and visiting assistant professor of music and chemistry at Bard, will perform a solo piano recital on Friday, February 22. Presented by The Bard Center, the concert is free and open to the public and begins at 8:00 p.m. in Olin Hall on the Bard College campus.
Extractions: Luis Biava Jr. was born in Bogota, Colombia. He received his Bachelor of Music from the University of Michigan in 1979 and his Master of Music from the Julliard School in 1981. Mr. Biava has played with the Philadelphia Orchestra and has been principal cello of the Savannah Symphony, New Jersey Symphony, and five other orchestras. He regularly performs as soloist with the Columbus Symphony, the Bogota Symphony, and the Bogota Philharmonic. He is a frequent recitalist in North and South America and has performed in Italy and France. Mr. Biava is on the faculty the Youth Orchestra of the Americas at the Casals Festival in Puerto Rico. Mr. Biava was named "outstanding classical artist" at the Columbus Music Awards at the Newport Music Hall in 1995. He recently conducted and played the Haydn Cello Concerto in D with the Columbus Symphony at the Viva Vienna Festival and will be playing a recital tour on the East coast with his aunt, eminent Colombian pianist Blanca Uribe.
NFAA - Alumni Bio & Details She began her study of piano at age six with Margaret Shafer. At age 10, shestarted studying with the internationally renowned pianist, blanca uribe. http://www.nfaa.org/alumni/P_bio.cfm?alumni_id=27088
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Extractions: SEASON TICKETS ON SALE NOW! CALL 817.335.9000. The Van Cliburn Foundation has announced its 2004-2005 Cliburn Concerts season at Bass Performance Hall, featuring some of classical musics biggest stars. The season also leads up to the Twelfth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, for which Cliburn Concerts season ticket holders will receive priority status. The 2004-2005 season consists of seven performances: the superstar duo of pianist Emanuel Ax and cellist Yo-Yo Ma , todays most acclaimed American diva Renée Fleming , the Grammy Award-winning Takács Quartet , the brilliant Norwegian pianist Leif Ove Andsnes , legendary pianists Ivan Moravec and Nelson Freire , and 2001 Cliburn Competition Silver Medalist Antonio Pompa-Baldi