Extractions: Playlists for October 2, 2003 You can listen on the web to WFCR's online classical music programming weekdays between 9:00 AM and 4:00 PM ET, followed by All Things Considered Marketplace and Fresh Air . Tune in again for WFCR's online between 8:00 PM and midnight. Listening online requires a Real Audio player , which can be downloaded free by clicking the link or the logo at the left (look for the "Free Real One Player" link at the top right of the download page). And click here for overnight classical music playlists (opens in a new window). All of the music on WFCR - on the air and on the web - is made possible by contributions from our listeners. You can support the music you enjoy by making a donation now Back to calendar Yesterday's playlist Tomorrow's playlist Time Composer Selection Performers Record# Mozart/Thomas Atwood: Mozart: Night Music ) Harmonia Mundi 907280
Violinland Links Page The World violinist Links Page Akiko Kose s web site is the best if you rachel BartonOf the younger violinists on the American concert platform today, rachel http://www.cremona.u-net.com/violinks.htm
Extractions: Violinland Home Contents Page VIOLINLAND RESOURCE PAGE Connie's Violin Page Connie's Violin pages are among the best presented and most informative to be found anywhere on the web. I am proud to count Connie Sunday as my friend and have always found her ready to help for the benifit of the violin community. Sheila's Corner Shiela's Corner is a great resource for both teachers and students alike. It is also one the most beautifully designed web sites you will find on the Internet today. Jose Sanchez Violin Site This is another of the webs great violin sites. There is information too numerous to detail here. But outstanding is the "Discography of Violins used on Recordings (a collaboration between Cheniston K Roland and Jose Sanchez)together with a definitive discography of Carl Flesch again a collaboration between Jose and I.) The World Violinist Links Page Akiko Kose's web site is the best if you are looking for a list of the worlds great violinists home pages. Violinland is more than pleased to be associated with her site and has in the past supplied information to help make it the most definitive of its kind. Violink One of the oldest violin sites on the Internet, and is without doubt one of the best and most reliable available today...so much information and so useful.
Medill News Service On The Web of her trial against Metra and Chicago and Northwestern Transportation Co., a smilingRachel barton told a Cook County jury how she became a concert violinist. http://xavier.cs.northwestern.edu:8000/article.asp?articleID=1479&item=archives
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE include v Acclaimed guest artists such as pianist Barry Douglas andviolinist rachel barton will perform in the Masterworks series. v http://www.memphissymphony.org/0304.html
Extractions: Contact: Victor Carrozza Interim Director of Public Relations FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE carrozza @memphissymphony.org MEMPHIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCES PROGRAMMING FOR 2003-2004 SEASON Find a New Place Inside This slogan sets the focus for your Memphis Symphony Orchestra in the 2003-2004 Season. Our 52 nd season, the fifth season under the artistic direction of Maestro David Loebel, includes innovative programming and artists of the highest caliber. Music Director and Conductor David Loebel. Programming for our fifty-second season will also include education and outreach initiatives that seek to foster appreciation of classical music in our youth. Highlights of our 2003-2004 Season include: v Acclaimed guest artists such as pianist Barry Douglas and violinist Rachel Barton will perform in the Masterworks series. v v Our spectacular Bank of America Pops Series which will continue to feature the highest caliber guest artists, such as saxophonist Kirk Whalum and the legendary Sandi Patty! Masterworks Series The Memphis Symphony Orchestra is the premier presenter of superb classical music in both the city and surrounding Mid-South.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra marginally behind her. But since the soloist was the brilliant Chicagoviolinist rachel barton, no one feared the musical outcome. http://www.tenorissimo.com/domingo/Articles/cst052600.htm
Extractions: Wynne Delacoma, Chicago Sun-Times , May 26, 2000 Star power was on prominent display at Thursday night's Chicago Symphony Orchestra subscription concert in Symphony Center. Supertenor Placido Domingo was on hand for the program of Wagner, Mendelssohn and Beethoven, though as conductor rather than vocal soloist. And Rachel Barton was guest artist in the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto. Last year the Chicago-born Barton was front page news for weeks while the court case stemming from her 1995 train accident in Winnetka went to trial. Happily, the evening's star power was exactly where it belonged, in service to the music. Now in her mid-20s, Barton played with the fearless confidence that has been her hallmark since she first caught the ear of Chicago music lovers as a grade schooler on the youth competition circuit. When her accident turned her into a local celebrity, many casual observers questioned her talent. Maybe, they thought, this tale of a tragically interrupted international career was simply hype. Hype it wasn't. Barton is the real thing, a prodigious talent with obvious personality and a clear-eyed vision of what she wants her performances to convey. The Mendelssohn concerto is a classical music warhorse, a lyrical and virtuoso extravaganza that audiences adore and soloists can play in their sleep. Neither Barton nor Domingo were sleep walking Thursday night.
Teacher S Guide For Black Classical Music He became a fencing champion, classical composer, violinist and conductor. It featuresRachel barton on Violin, with the Encore Chamber Orchestra under Daniel http://chevalierdesaintgeorges.homestead.com/Summary.html
Summation Testimonials: Litigator Profile 95L929, $29.6 million, March 1, 1999. rachel barton was a 19year-old violiniston her way to teach at a music school in a suburb on Chicago s north shore. http://info.summation.com/profiles/profile.asp?ID=2
CSIndy: Livelong Days (February 27, 2003) Tonight at 8 pm and tomorrow at 230 pm, they play with acclaimedviolinist rachel barton at the Pikes Peak Center. The orchestra http://www.csindy.com/csindy/2003-02-27/livelong.html
Extractions: 27 Thursday From 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight, join the Business of Art Center, 515 Manitou Ave., for a presentation on the history of animation. The show is set to include major animation milestones and history including cartoons and full-length feature films. Call 685-1861 if you're concerned about Jar Jar appearances. Melvin Seals with the JBG play Friday night at Tres Hombres The CC Theater Workshop presents The Laramie Project, a production based on the 1998 murder of gay Wyoming college student, Matthew Shepard. The show was created by New York's Moises Kaufman, stemming from his theater troupe's interviews of hundreds of Laramie residents in the wake of the killing. This performance, running through this Saturday at Taylor Theater, 920 N. Cascade, is free to the public, but tickets are required and available at the Worner Center desk (NW corner of Cascade and Cache La Poudre). Call 389-6603 for details. Dave Matthews toadie Tim Reynolds plays 32 Bleu, at 32 S. Tejon, tonight at 9 p.m. This is a Colorado-only tour, and he's doing it completely acoustic. Sound like a good idea? Are you 18+? Then call 955-5664 or go to www.32
A&EBRIEFS Back to newspaper home page. rachel barton CONCERT Internationally acclaimedviolinist rachel barton will perform at 3 pm June 9 in the Cultural Centre. http://www.ivcc.edu/ivleader/Spring2002/May2-2002/Arts&entertainment/A&EBRIEFS.h
Extractions: Back to newspaper home page RACHEL BARTON CONCERT: Internationally acclaimed violinist Rachel Barton will perform at 3 p.m. June 9 in the Cultural Centre. Her performance is a part of the Maud Powell Music Festival Series. Tickets, at $12 each, are available through the festival at 507 Lindberg Road, LaSalle. SUMMER FLUTE RETREAT The Fourth Annual Summer Flute Retreat is scheduled for June 23 - 29 on campus. Teaching faculty include Gerald V. Carey, Sue Gillio, Cindi Isenhower, Angela Loring and Anne Badger, retreat accompanist. The participant recital will be 9:30 a.m. June 29 in the Cultural Centre. The Flute Retreat provides flutists of all ages and abilities the opportunity to grow musically and to hear and learn new repertoire. Students may perform with two sections: Master Unit and Ensemble Unit. For further information call IVCC at 224-0491 or Gillio at 224-DUET (3838). Students wishing to perform on the Master Unit, which will focus on solo flute literature, should send an audition tape or should audittion in person by appointment no later than June 15. Enrollment in the Master Unit is limited to 10. The EnsembleUnit will focus on flute literature for small chamber groups such as trios and quartets and will feature specifics on tone, rhythm and balance. Enrollment is unlimited.
Valparaiso University: News And Press Releases String Day set for Sept. 28. Tue, September 24, 2002. Worldrenownedviolinist rachel barton will teach violin classes and perform Sept. http://www.valpo.edu/news/index.php?action=display&newsid=777
The Herald-Palladium Other concerts in the subscription series will include violinist RachelBarton as guest artist on Oct. 2; Scary Music, Scary Movies on Oct. http://www.heraldpalladium.com/articles/2004/05/20/features/feature.txt
Extractions: "When people come to a concert, they quite often come up to me afterward and rave on and on how great the concert was," said Barbara Globensky, president of the board of directors. "We brought the idea of 'Cool Cities' forward. We were going to have 'Cool Cities, Cool Concerts,' but we thought 'Cool Cities - Hot Concerts' was better. They (members of the audience) don't just sit back and listen to the music, they get really involved and moved by what they hear and the excellence of the musicians. People get really excited."
Archives - Arlington Heights Post Saturdays concert by classical guitarist Muriel Anderson and violinist RachelBarton will feature a suite that Anderson composed just for the occasion http://archives.pioneerlocal.com/cgi-bin/ppo-story/archives/diversions/2003/ah/0
Extractions: DIVERSIONS EDITOR S aturdays concert by classical guitarist Muriel Anderson and violinist Rachel Barton will feature a suite that Anderson composed just for the occasion called, appropriately enough, The Prairie Sonata. I wanted to make something very special, Anderson said in a phone interview. Its a real challenge to write for one of the worlds finest virtuosos on the violin. Anderson and Barton have collaborated on a number of occasions, since they were brought together a few years ago for an almost impromptu performance on WGN-AM radio. I handed her some music, and we played it, Anderson said of that first duet. Our first time playing together was on the air. Although some duets are more like solo performances with one instrument dominating while the other accompanies, Anderson said her work with Barton tends to be more like a duet of equals. Each musician takes turns playing lead and accompaniment. For the new Prairie Sonata, Anderson incorporated some local history into her composition.
HighBeam Research: ELibrary Search: Results readily 16. A violinist s brave encore.(disabled violinist RachelBarton) People Weekly; July 24, 1995; Plummer, William http://www.highbeam.com/library/search.asp?FN=AO&refid=ency_refd&search_thesauru
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