Extractions: May Thursday, May 27, 2004, 12:30 p.m., at Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University , 40 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston, Illinois. I WAS BORN BUT... (1932, Yasujiro Ozu). Free screening by video projection, part of a film studies class taught by Dr. Scott Curtis of Northwestern. Limited seating. Friday, May 28-Monday, May 31, Cinevent, Columbus, OH www.cinevent.com June On Sunday, June 27, at 3:00 p.m. , Dave will play piano accompaniment for "The Big Parade" (1925, King Vidor, dir.), starring John Gilbert and Renee Adoree at the Gene Siskel Film Center , 164 N. State, Chicago, IL , (312) 846-2800. "The Big Parade" is first in a series of movies about war being presented at the Siskel Center. It was the first big box-office success of the newly formed MGM studios and was the first war movie to tell its story from the viewpoint of the GI. July Dave will accompany a program of short silent movies for the residents of Presbyterian Homes, Westminster Place campus, Evanston, IL on Thursday, July 8.
MUSISCOPE - Instrumentistes - Piano What Is Argerich provides a biography of the pianist. Wild, Earl; wong, david - provides schedule and background for the American pianist. http://www.musiscope.com/piano.htm
Extractions: Accueil Instrumentistes - Liste des pianistes et de leurs agents. Sites en Français Amoyel, Pascal - Pianiste concertiste. Chaplin, François - Pianiste concertiste. Biographie, discographie, extraits, contacts. Courvoisier, Sylvie - Musique contemporaine, musique de ballet, de théâtre. Del Rio, Monika - Présente son récital de piano incluant les meilleures pages du compositeur polonais Frédéric Chopin. Fazil, Say - Portrait, répertoire et concert. Françaix, Jean - Biographie, oeuvres et concerts. Godart, Pascal - Pianiste concertiste. Gould, Glenn - Fonds d'archives de la Bibliothèque nationale du Canada. Exposition virtuelle, sons (RealAudio), outils de recherche, événements, écrits, etc. Heisser, Jean-François - Portrait du pianiste. Jacquon, Alain - Concerts, discographie, biographie et sa boîte à musique (ressources). Papadiamandis, Matthieu - Pianiste concertiste. Roth, Véronique - Cours d'improvisation individuels et sous forme de stages. Tharaud, Alexandre
Locrian Chamber Players EMILY WONG PLAYERS LIST david Macdonald, Codirector. Katie Lansdale, violin Locrian pianist Emily wong likes the idea of the consummate performer http://www.locrian.org/profiles_wong.html
Extractions: Piano Ax, Emanuel - highly regarded for his poetic lyricism and brilliant technique. Barenboim, Daniel - official website for the conductor and pianist. Barrenechea-Cabeza - provides information on this piano duo. Includes bio. and repertoire. Baxtresser, Margaret - explores the enchanting, nature-filled world of Claude Debussy and the Impressionist Painters. Beataonline - concert pianist - presentation, concerts, repertoire, discography of Beata Szalwinska, a Polish concert pianist, living in Luxembourg. Bekhterev, Boris - provides information on the Russian-born pianist. Berman, Bart - Israeli concert pianist specializing in Schubert and contemporary music performance. Bezprozvannykh, Elena
David Joyner Main Page david Joyner is a pianist, vocalist, composer/arranger, scholar and educator specializing in jazz and American popular Chip CD Picks" by Herb wong in his May 2000 column in http://www.joyneronline.com/davidsmainpage.html
David Wong, Pianist More about david wong. PERSONAL QUESTIONS. His Chinese name? ?. Paris. MUSIC CONCERT. - Which pianist is or was his idol? He has never had any idol. http://www.dw-p.com/
Extractions: Alex McDonald will perform as part of the Evelyn Miller Young Pianist Series at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at the Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World's Fair Park Drive, Knoxville. The program will include works by Bach, Liszt, Chopin and Stravinksy. Tickets cost $12 for adults and $3 for students. McDonald began piano study at age 5 with Louis Nielson. Since that time he has performed in numerous master classes, recitals and competitions. A veteran of many piano competitions, McDonald has had over 30 first-place wins, including winning first place three times in the Texas Music Teachers Association State Piano Solo Performance Contest and first place in the Corpus Christi Young Artists High School Piano Concerto Competition. McDonald was also grand-prize winner of the 1999 Kingsville International Young Performers Competition, which also awarded him the Best Texas Performers Prize and the Best Piano Concerto Prize. As a result of that win, he was chosen to perform with the Corpus Christi Symphony in its 2000 concert season. He was the 1999 national winner of the Music Teachers National Association Yamaha Competition, a press release from the Young Pianist Series states.
Welcome To Piano.com wong, david provides schedule and background for the American pianist. Wood, Ali - Australian pianist who made her New York debut at Carnegie Hall. http://www.piano.com/pianist/pianist_classical.cfm
Extractions: Submit a review to Movie Eye! Film Name Date Released Director(s) ... Dawn of the Dead Zach Snyder Marc Abraham, Eric Newman, Richard P. Rubinstein Universal Pictures The Passion of the Christ Mel Gibson Bruce Davey, Mel Gibson, Stephen McEveety Icon Productions Eurotrip Jeff Schaffer Alec Berg, Daniel Goldberg, David Mandel, Jackie Marcus DreamWorks Pictures The Perfect Score Brian Robbins Roger Birnbaum, Jonathan Glickman, Brian Robbins, Michael Tollin Paramount Pictures/MTV Films The Butterfly Effect Eric Bress, J. Mackye Gruber Chris Bender, A.J. Dix, Anthony Rhulen, J.C. Spink New Line Cinema The Best and Worst Movies of 2003 The Best and Worst Movies of 2003 The Best and Worst DVDs of 2003 Paycheck John Woo Terence Chang, John Davis, Michael Hackett, John Woo Paramount Pictures Cold Mountain Anthony Minghella Albert Berger, William Horberg, Sydney Pollack, Ron Yerxa Miramax Films Monster Patty Jenkins Mark Damon, Donald Kushner, Clark Peterson, Charlize Theron, Brad Wyman Newmarket Film Group Calendar Girls Nigel Cole Nick Barton, Suzanne Mackie
SMS Online - David Scheel The Charitable Dinner Concert with david Scheel is in 013803 3965 or Mr Rodney wong (General Secreatary most, and, uniquely, a concert pianist of international http://www.geocities.com/Broadway/Balcony/1338/concerts/david_scheel.htm
Extractions: Don't Shoot Me, I'm only the Piano Player REVIEW Australian born David Scheel is one of the most versatile satirists to emerge in recent years and is one of the finest solo musical comedy performers in the world. He delights audiences with his wicked wit and superb piano playing in what is possibly the worlds longest running solo show. Dont Shoot Me, Im Only The Piano Player is a true Australian success story. Developed while working in Britain, the production has enjoyed sell-out seasons in London, at 3 consecutive Edinburgh Festivals and across some 30 countries worldwide. You will hear some delightful piano music, played dead straight interspersed with hilarious satire, aimed at anything and anyone. Concert in Aid of Charity The Charitable Dinner Concert with David Scheel is in aid of the Sarawak Childrens Cancer Society (SCCS). By buying a ticket, you are also helping to support the cause of SCCS. Due to the ravages of cancer, children at a very tender age are facing traumatic times. Their families often feel helpless. This is where SCCS steps in to provide relief and care to children with cancer and their families as well as public education in the prevention, control, diagnosis and treatment of childhood cancer. With a committee consisting of mainly the parents of children with cancer, their services include, but not limited to, giving financial assistance to other families in order for the children to receive treatment; maintaining a halfway house (at Maxwell Road, opposite of the Sarawak General Hospital) to provide free accommodation for the needy parents of the children who come from outstation and many more. If you would like more information about SCCS and its aims and concerns, you may like to contact
TSO Cello Bios Lawrence String Quartet and in recital with pianist Lydia wong. Quartet of the End of Time with pianist Leslie Kinton david Hetherington, Acting Principal Cello. http://www.tsomusicians.com/names/bios/cello.html
Extractions: Winona Zelenka William Findlay, Cello William Findlay is known as a "cellist's cellist." A gifted artist, this native Torontonian became, at the invitation of Walter Susskind, the Toronto Symphony's youngest member; however, upon being awarded a four-year scholarship to the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester, he left the orchestra to study with Ronald Leonard. By means of a succession of scholarships to the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto he received his early training from Donald Whitton and Isaac Mamott. Further scholarships to the Meadowmount School of Music (summers) in New York enabled him to concentrate not only on his solo playing bit also for five years of intensive chamber music studies with Josef Gingold. Upon graduation from the Eastman School, he became Principal Cellist of the National Ballet Orchestra , the CJRT Orchestra, the Stratford Festival Ensemble, the New Chamber Orchestra and others.
Su-en Wong Steven Vincent, "Suen wong's Naked City"; Art Auction, April. david Hsieh, World Journal New York to embark on a career as a concert pianist. She soon discovered stage fright http://faculty.washington.edu/~kendo/su-enwong.html
Extractions: Born 1973 Singapore Education 1997 M.F.A., Painting and Drawing; The School of the Art Institute of Chicago; Chicago, IL 1994 M.A., Art History; University of Wisconsin-Madison; Madison, WI 1993 B.A., Magna cum Laude; University of Puget Sound; Tacoma, WA 1990 L.R.S.M., piano performance; The Royal School of Music, U.K. 1989 L.T.C.L., piano performance; The Trinity College of London, U.K. Solo Exhibitions 2003 Shoshana Wayne Gallery; Santa Monica, CA. (forthcoming) Zolla/Lieberman Gallery; Chicago, IL. (forthcoming) Savage Gallery; Portland, OR. 2002 Deitch Projects; New York, NY 2001 Savage; Portland, OR 2000 The Art Gallery of Ontario; Toronto, Canada 1999 Stefan Stux Gallery; New York, NY The Chicago Cultural Centre; Chicago, IL 1997 Lyons-Wier Gallery; Chicago, IL 1995 The Contemporary Art Workshop; Chicago, IL Group Exhibitions Fellowship/Residencies/Grants 2000 Artist Grant, The Joan Mitchell Foundation; New York, NY Artist Grant, New York Foundation for the Arts; New York, NY 1998 The Space Program, The Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation; New York, NY The Millay Colony for the Arts; Austerlitz, NY 1997 Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture; Skowhegan, ME 1994 The Vilas Graduate Fellowship; University of Wisconsin-Madison, WI Academic/Visiting Artist Positions 2002 Visiting Artist; Maryland Institute College of Art 1999 Visiting Artist; Association of Independent Colleges of Art and Design; New York, NY 1998 Visiting Artist; The Phillips Exeter Academy; Exeter, NH 1997 J.R. Hyde Visiting Artist-in-Residence; The Memphis College of Art; Memphis, TN 1995 Instructor; Painting and Drawing Department, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL Instructor; Early College Program, Continuing Studies, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL
Chris Wong: In Sync chris wong in sync. allstar quintet including Haden, Gonzalo Rubalcaba and david Sanchez could Jamal to reacquaint myself with the distinguished pianist s style http://vancouverjazz.com/chriswong/insync061502.shtml
Extractions: Ustad Shahid Parvez It's time to offer my best bets for the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, running June 21 to July 1. Given the exceptional line-up for this year's festival, it's not hard to come up with recommendations. But I still have my usual dilemmas about artists to include on the list. Do I try to incorporate musicians that reflect a diversity of styles? Do I attempt to balance selections of international players with local ones? Instead of trying to shoehorn artists that way, what follows is a best bets list that's based on pure excitement about the music itself, as performed on recent CDs and in previous Vancouver concerts. Dianne Reeves/Denzal Sinclaire (June 21, Orpheum Theatre): Regardless of whether they're doing jazz standards or pop-oriented material, these vocalists project a singular voice. Kenny Werner (June 21, Vogue Theatre and June 22, Capilano College Performing Arts Theatre): The pianist's performance at last year's festival was nothing less than spellbinding.
Chris Wong: In Sync in Peterborough, Kidd was a classically trained pianist who earned Gonzalez and the nowprominent david Sanchez played a listing of all Chris wong s columns on http://vancouverjazz.com/chriswong/insync112600.shtml
Extractions: Heres a story about Kathy Kidd, the extraordinary pianist, visionary composer and inspirational bandleader who died last weekend at the age of 51. One of the many remarkable aspects of Kidds Hajji album was her playing on a massive pipe organ, which she recorded at St. Andrews-Wesley Church on Burrard. Kidd wanted "Organ Gloria", the albums final and most impressive song, to end with a grand crescendo. To make that happen, Kidd sustained the last chord while her husband Ron Dabby feverishly pulled out all of the organs stops to create more volume. "Thats what our life was all about," says Dabby. "I was running around pulling out all the stops and she was jamming." Its a great image that says a lot about the couples rare partnership. The thought of Kidd revelling in the splendor of the musical moment also partially helps soothe the shock of her passing. But no one in Vancouvers jazz and world music community, which deeply admired Kidd, was prepared for this. Few people knew she was sick. About seven weeks ago Kidd started experiencing chest pains. After three weeks in hospital Kidd was diagnosed as having melanoma, the same type of cancer she defeated 20 years earlier. This time the cancer had spread so the prognosis was bleak. Kidd stayed at home for a while but her breathing became increasingly laboured. She went back to the hospital, where Dabby, his daughter Bryna and four friends who happen to be nurseswomen Dabby calls "angels of mercy"stayed with her. Kidd passed away in the early morning of Nov. 18.
Extractions: in memory of Marek Jablonski January 29, 30 Portland, Oregon recital program same as above February 10-13 Seattle, WA Seattle Symphony Rachmaninoff-Paganini Rhapsody February 19, 20 Wichita, KS Wichita Symphony Gershwin Concerto in F February 23 Dayton, OH Dayton Symphony, Gittleman Rachmaninoff-Paganini Rhapsody February 25, 26 San Antonio, TX San Antonio Symphony, Christopher Wilkins Rachmaninoff-Paganini Rhapsody March 17, 18, 19
Main Window 9, david Louie, Canada. Musicians Academy Recital in Sydney for the Best Australian pianist 1997 recital 6, Henry wong Doe, New Zealand, Sponsored by J Albert http://www.sipca.com.au/pastcomps.html
Extractions: Production Staff Producer John van der Meer '72 Director Tom Garvey '82 Music Director David Zych '00 Orchestra Director Jimmy Jia '02 Choreographer Ken Pierce C Technical Director Edmvnd W. Golaski '99 Rehearsal Stage Manager Jon Sheffi '03 Performance Stage Manager Elise Westmeyer '00 Set Designer Melissa Breglio Lighting Designer Tanis O'Connor '02 Costume Designer Caitlin Marlow '03 Sound Designer Chris Montgomery '93 Publicity Designer Janet Si-Ming Lee W'98 Properties Manager Heather Dunn '00 Master Carpenter Mark Rousculp '94 Lighting Guru / Master Electrician James Kirtley '94 Master Seamstress Elise Westmeyer '00 Publicity Manager / Program Designer Brian Wong '03 Run Crew Chief Heather Dunn '00 Reservations / Box Office Manager Todd Radford G House Managers Aaron Du '05 Mark Rousculp '94 Video Feed Chris McEniry '98 Light Board Operator Jen Berk '01 Follow Spot Operators Alex French '05 Todd Radford G Associate Stage Manager John Head '05 Assistant Stage Manager Amanda Smith '05 Assistant Lighting Designer Katherine H. Allen '03