News & Events | Press Releases ARTISTIC LINEUP Performers include the KalichsteinLaredo-Robinson Trio, pianistUrsula Oppens and violinist Rolf Schulte, and pianist blanca uribe with the http://www.bard.edu/news/releases/index.php?action=view&s_date=2000-04-01&e_date
Institutes | The Bard Center Barbara Speer in a Piano Program with Commentary ; and pianist Chen, performing cellistAshley Bathgate 06, pianists Todd Crow and blanca uribe, and violist http://www.bard.edu/institutes/bardcenter/
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Stephen Kopp Classical pianist Stephen Kopp an Honorable Mention Award Winner in Classical PianoCompetition , and is currently studying with Ms. blanca uribe, an artist of http://hometown.aol.com/sjkopp111/myhomepage/
Extractions: Main My First Home Page htmlAdWH('7002588', '234', '60'); Stephen Kopp Classical Pianist stephenkopp.com Hello, everyone, and thank you for visiting my homepage. If you would like to hear some of my music and see pictures please click on links below. Classical pianist Stephen Kopp an Honorable Mention Award Winner in Classical Piano received National Recognition as a talented teen artist among top 5% of Artistic talent nationwide according to NFAA , ARTS Awards program 2004. Stephen is also a 2nd prise winner of the 6th biennial Pinault International Piano Competition , and is currently studying with Ms. Blanca Uribe, an artist of international distinction, who is occupant of the George Sherman Dickinson Professorship of Music at Vassar college. Stephen now 18 has performed for the Saugerties Pro Musica series, Kingston's Artist in residence program at Holy Cross Church,Uptown's Kingston Fine Arts Music Series at the Old Dutch Church, Steinway Hall NYC,Cami Hall NYC, and has been cited by the press as a "Keyboard Player of Incendiary Genius" following his first performance at the Kleinert/James Art Center in Woodstock at age 14. He has also offered
The New York Piano Competition Cynthia currently studies with both Herbert Stessin and blanca uribe. Sophia Yan,age 17, and a pianist since the age of four, is a senior at East Brunswick http://nypianocomp.org/contestants.htm
Extractions: Dae Hyung Ahn age 16, was born in Yeosu, Korea. She began her studies at the age of five with her mother. In 1998, she entered the Preparatory Division of the Manhattan School of Music, studying with Dmitry Rachmanov. In addition to prizes and awards in Korea, Dae Hyung won First Prize in the YWCA Piano Competition, the Manhattan School of Music Preparatory Division Concerto Competition, the Brooklyn Arts Conservatory Piano Competition, CBS National Music Competition and the NJPO International Music Competition, Piano Division. She is the recipient of awards and scholarships from, the Carl Owen Scholarship Award and the Han Soree Scholarship Foundation. Dae Hyung has performed at Weill Recital Hall, Steinway Hall, Cami Hall, amongst other venues in New York, New Jersey and Korea. She presently studies with Dr Arkady Aronov and Ms. Hai Kyung Suh. Michael Stephen Brown age 17, is a native of Long Island. He began his piano studies at the age of six and compositional studies at the age of ten. Since that time he has been the winner of numerous music competitions. Michael has been a student of Adam Kent at The Manhattan School of Music since 2000. At Manhattan, he has performed in solo, chamber music and in recitals presenting his original compositions. He performed Beethoven's 2nd piano concerto with the Manhattan Philharmonic Orchestra in March of 2004. Awards Michael Brown has received include First Prizewinner of the Associated Music Teacher's League, Honorable Mention at the Great Neck Young Musicians Competition and Second Prize in the Leschetizky Association's Concerto Competition. He presently studies composition with Joshua Gilinsky.
MWSC News Release He has appeared in piano master classes with Rita Sloan, blanca uribe and Ann Bohnenstengelcurrently serves as pianist for Zion United Church of Christ and is http://www.mwsc.edu/news/spring2002/news/senior.html
Tony Silva, Pianist And Teacher including Yuri Lisichenko, Jon Nakamatsu, blanca uribe, Rebecca Penneys, JeanYves. Anactive solo and collaborative pianist with performances across the United http://www.silvapianostudio.com/abouttonysilva.html
Extractions: Tony Silva, Pianist and Teacher www.silvapianostudio.com Silva Piano Studio Home Studio Policy About Tony Silva Solo Repertoire Chamber Repertoire Concerto Repertoire Contact Information About Tony Silva Tony Silva holds the degrees Bachelor of Music and Master of Music in Piano Performance and is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance at the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, University of Memphis . His teachers include Joan Gilbert, Roland Schneller and Marian Hahn. Additional studies include the Peabody Conservatory of Music, the Heifetz Institute, and the Chautauqua Institution. Mr. Silva has performed in numerous solo piano master classes for many distinguished artists, including Yuri Lisichenko, Jon Nakamatsu, Blanca Uribe, Rebecca Penneys, Jean-Yves Thibaudet Leon Fleisher and Emanuel Ax. Additionally, he has performed in chamber music coachings given by such artists as Ani Kavafian, Victoria Chiang, Joan Jeanrenaud, Kyoko Takezawa, Jacques Israelievitch, David Finckel and Lynn Harrell.
Tony Silva To Give Piano Recital, Lecture establishing himself as a much soughtafter recitalist and collaborative pianist. solopiano for Yuri Lisichenko, Jon Nakamatsu, blanca uribe, Rebecca Penneys http://www.huntington.edu/hcnews/0304/TonySilvaconcert.htm
Extractions: HUNTINGTON, IN The Huntington College Music Department will host Tony Silva, a pianist of the University of Memphis , for a piano recital and lecture on Wednesday, September 17, 2003. In addition to his recital, Silvas lecture, The Use and Development of Motives in the Liszt Sonata in B Minor for Piano, will be presented in the Longaker Recital Hall at 4:30 p.m. The public is cordially invited to attend. Admission is free. Tony Silva is quickly establishing himself as a much sought-after recitalist and collaborative pianist. He earned the Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the Scheidt School of Music, University of Memphis, studying with Joan Gilbert, and pursued additional graduate studies at Peabody Conservatory, Johns Hopkins University. His former teachers include Roland Schneller and Marian Hahn. He has appeared in numerous master classes, performing solo piano for Yuri Lisichenko, Jon Nakamatsu, Blanca Uribe, Rebecca Penneys, Leon Fleisher and Emanuel Ax, and chamber music with Ani Kavafian, Victoria Chiang, Joan Jeanrenaud, Kyoko Takezawa, and David Finckel. Silva is currently engaged in performing the complete cycle of the Beethoven Sonatas for violin and piano with violinist Heather Trussell and is also a founding member of the Memphis-based Erato Piano Trio.
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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 Dickinson Professorship of Music at Vassar College. Stephen now 18 is a 2004 National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts Honorable Mention Award Winner in Classical Piano and has performed for the Saugerties Pro Musica series, Kingston's Artist in residence program at Holy Cross Church,Uptown's Kingston Fine Arts Music Series at the Old Dutch Church,Cami Hall NYC and has been cited by the press as a "Keyboard Player of Incendiary Genius" following his first performance at the Kleinert/James Art Center in Woodstock at age 14. He has also offered benefit concerts to student and adult audiences.
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Extractions: 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. Lin's current concert season will take her to Austria, Belgium, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, and the United States, with orchestras such as the Millennium Festival Orchestra, Spain (Saint-Saens 5), the National Symphony of Taiwan (Beethoven Triple), and the Flemish Radio Orchestra (Bartok 3). Recent performances include recitals at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall, Miller Theatre, The Phillips Collection, Myra Hess Memorial Concerts, 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 Boudewijn Cox, Donnacha Dennehy, Stefano Gervasoni, Laura Elise Schwendinger, and Johannes Maria Staud.
News And Concert Calendar Free. Tue, Mar 9. Distinguished Guest Artist Master Class. blanca uribe, piano. DistinguishedGuest Artist Master Class. Victor Steinhardt, pianist and composer. http://music.memphis.edu/events.html
Extractions: Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music Faculty Ensembles Degrees Events ... Search School of Music Calendar and News News From the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music 2003-2004 Concert Calendar: September October November December ... August codes: Spring and Summer 2004 Thu, Jan 15 Distinguished Guest Artist Recital Keith McClelland, bassoon with Fay Adams, piano 8:00 PM Harris Call Dale Clark, 901.678.3771 Fri, Jan 16 Distinguished Guest Artist Master Class Keith McClelland, bassoon with Fay Adams, piano 11:30 AM Harris Call Dale Clark, 901.678.3771 Tue, Jan 20 Distinguished Guest Artist Series Recital 8:00 PM Harris Call Soh-Hyun Park Altino, 901.678.3797 Wed, Jan 21 Distinguished Guest Artist Master Class 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM Harris Free; Call Soh-Hyun Park Altino, 901.678.3797 Thu, Jan 22
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Richard Wilson Already available on CRI are his piano concerto, with blanca uribe, and bassoon Alsoactive as a pianist, Mr. Wilson will perform Mozart s Piano Concerto K 466 http://www.sai-national.org/phil/composers/rwilson.html
Extractions: Richard Wilson Biography RICHARD WILSON is the composer of over seventy works in many genres, including opera. He has received such recognition as the Hinrichsen Award (from the American Academy /Institute of Arts and Letters), the Stoeger Prize (from the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center), the Cleveland Arts Prize (from the Women's City Club of Cleveland), and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Recent Commissions have come from the Chicago String Quartet and the Koussevitsky Foundation. His orchestral works have been performed by the San Francisco Symphony, the London Philharmonic, the American Symphony, the Pro-Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston, the Orquesta Sinfonica de Colombia, the Residentie Orkest of The Hague, and the Hudson Valley Philharmonic.