Connections Students call for class cancellations 7963200. Arts Entertainment ProdigiousCanadian violinist corey cerovsek to hold violin master class Nov. 23. http://www.viterbo.edu/campnews/camppub/connections/connections22.htm
Extractions: Viterbo is ready to take the next step in initiating the MTU Works program with an information session at noon on Wed., Nov. 11 in the Robers Conference room of the Todd Wehr Memorial Library. An MTU official will be available to answer your scheduling questions. You may recall from the survey last month, we need a minimum of 10 people to commit to the program for six months at a cost of $8 per month. We will be asking you to be ready to make a commitment by Nov. 13, so that we can have the program in effect beginning Dec. 1 and running through May. If you are interested in MTU Works but cannot attend the meeting, there are bus schedules available for you to look at in the Public Relations office (MC 228), and Loretta Waughtal can answer your questions about the program. All students with an interest in attending law school are invited to Pre-Law Night from 7-8:30 p.m. on Wed. Nov. 11 in the FAC Hospitality Suite. Tom Knothe, an 86 Viterbo alumnus and a La Crosse lawyer will be present to share his insights and career experiences. Please forward any questions to Wayne Wojciechowski, x3085 or Sally Emerson, x3072.
Extractions: Corey Cerovsek and Maxim Vengerov by Anthony Guneratne Most musical instruments live in constant anxiety. It is rumored that a piano-tuner once reported that whenever his notoriously finicky Steinways resisted tempering he had only to whisper the name of Vladimir Horowitz to have all the strings simultaneously quiver into tune, and I myself have seen a mature, sturdy Bösendorfer tremble at the approach of Lazar Berman. Left: Paganini's "Canone" Not so the stringed instruments. The recently deceased novelist Mario Puzo might have celebrated the misdeeds of the Corleones in his Godfather novels, but in terms of capacity for intrigue the Corleone family have been amateurs in comparison to the string family. Anton Chekhov, a great music-lover, was among the first to recognize that when a princess and a musician have to be brought together in a comic romance, one should leave the necessary ruses up to a member of this family (hence the enduring charm of Romance With a Double Bass ). Stringed instruments have hatched plots that have lasted centuries: by about 1650, for instance, they decided to transform the small Italian village of Cremona into a factory for their own manufacture. The sweet-toned instruments made by Niccolò Amati (1596-1684), the bright, beautifully-balanced sound of those fashioned by Antonio Stradivari (1644-1737), and the character and tonal variety of those of Bartolomeo Guarneri (1698-1744), have never been equalled by those made anywhere else.
National Music Cyrus Chestnut and corey cerovsek are two bigshot young guns in the bill with legendaryjazz artist Tommy Flanagan, and violinist cerovsek (pronounced sir-off http://www.shepherd-express.com/shepherd/20/10/night_and_day/national_music.html
Extractions: Breathing Life into Jazz and the Classics BY KENDRA RAMIC Cyrus Chestnut and Corey Cerovsek are two big-shot young guns in the music world, but chances are they'll never play at the Rave. That's not surprising, considering they aren't shooting in the galleries of pop or rock, but they're certainly making noise in the arenas of jazz and classical. This week they'll descend upon the Pabst stage within days of each other: pianist Chestnut on a double bill with legendary jazz artist Tommy Flanagan, and violinist Cerovsek (pronounced sir-off-sek) in a recital with his pianist sister Katja. Chestnut grabs inspiration for his music from his gospel roots, his classical training, right down to the radio pop that he grew up with. Because of this, Chestnut especially appeals to anyone who says they've never felt a connection to jazz. He invites everyone in with recognizable, familiar riffs, stamping them with his own playful jazz style. Today, it's en vogue for musicians to borrow from all genres and then claim their mixture unique. Chestnut's mixes, however, are so subtle and so perfect in form, he rubs out the notion that genres were there to begin with. "It's easy to sift out technical aspects of music and devise different theories and wild solutions for it," Chestnut says, shrugging off a question of self-analysis. "You can have a lot of theory but without the emotional drive, it's not music. The basic reason we're out there is to make people feel good."
Las Vegas Philharmonic Northern Exposures Actually, the Scottish Fantasy is a very graceful piece, and tonight s guest violinist,Canadian virtuoso corey cerovsek, wowed the crowd with his finesse and http://jetsettersmagazine.com/archive/jetezine/classic/vegas03/lvphil/exposures/
Extractions: Last November, the Las Vegas Philharmonic's second performance, "From the Heart of Europe," allowed me to poke a bit of fun at Germany. Now, with the Phil's third performance, featuring works from farther north, including Max Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy," I get to grin at the thought of Germans making fun of well, anybody. First, however, let's go to the weather. At "Dawn", the east coast of England saw a fair "Sunday Morning", followed that evening by serene "Moonlight", and later a "Storm" at sea. The orchestra opened with these colorful scenes by Benjamin Britten, (opening photo) one of England's favorite twentieth-century composers, who created the Four Sea Interludes from his 1945 opera Peter Grimes. "Dawn" gives us a serene conversation between high, wispy strings and resonant brass chords. "Sunday Morning" features softly trilling violins, high woodwinds, the quietest crash cymbals that I've ever heard, and, of course, a loud, clear church bell. The low strings in "Moonlight" are punctuated by graceful harp notes. In "Storm", the strings depict gusting winds, the horn blasts remind us of lightning, and the tympani and bass drums represent the heartbeat of anyone caught in such a maelstrom. These are all musical "snapshots" painting pictures rather than telling a story. Britten felt a compelling attachment to the sea "I cannot do without it!" and his orchestral pictures are worth four thousand words.
The Johns Hopkins Gazette December 6, 1999 Great Hall, Levering Union. HW. violinist corey cerovsek, Yale Gordon Young Artist,will perform on Sunday, Dec. 12, as part of the Shriver Hall Concert Series. http://www.jhu.edu/~gazette/1999/dec0699/weekcal.html
Extractions: Dec. 6-13 Thurs., Dec. 9, 3 p.m. "Plant Hormones and Industry in America," a History of Science, Medicine and Technology colloquium with Nicolas Rasmussen, University of Sydney, Australia; Seminar Room, 3rd floor, Welch Medical Library. JHMI Thurs., Dec. 9, 4 p.m. "What Is It Like to Be a Zombie?" a Philosophy colloquium with Robert Stalnaker, MIT; 348 Gilman. HW Fri., Dec. 10, 2 p.m. "Blue Creek: An Ancient Maya City," an APL colloquium with Thomas Guderjan, St. Mary's University. Simulcast to 218 Maryland Hall on the Homewood campus. Parsons Auditorium. APL DISCUSSION/ TALKS Mon., Dec. 6, 7 p.m. "To Serve Our Communities," a Prehealth talk by Eric Fine, Baltimore County Health Department; Garrett Room, MSE Library. HW Wed., Dec. 8, noon. Black Faculty and Staff Association general assembly meeting; Great Hall, Levering Union. HW Wed., Dec. 8, 7 p.m. "Bill Bradley for President" forum, opportunity to find out about the candidate and how to participate; Glass Pavilion, Levering Union. HW FILM/
Violin Lesson In Baton Rouge Musician's Resource corey cerovsek violinist corey cerovsek s graceful mastery of the violin, thoughtfulinterpretations and dramatic stage presence have earned him a loyal http://www.sleepyhollowrecords.com/violin-resources/violin-lesson-in-baton-rouge
Extractions: Lesson Plan Six Between 1812 and 1860 the population of Louisiana jumped from 80,000 to 700,000, its major city of New Orleans from 18,000 to 170,000. ... capital from New Orleans to Baton Rouge . Voters wanted to locate ... neo-Gothic architecture in Louisiana. Baton Rouge remained the center of ...
Australian Festival Of Chamber Music corey cerovseks mastery of the violin has attracted the attention of conductors Concertmasterof the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and first violinist with the http://www.afcm.com.au/violin.htm
Extractions: Violin James Buswell USA Grammy nominee James Buswell frequently appears as a violin recitalist throughout the world, often combining his careers as performer, conductor and educator. He has performed with virtually all the major orchestras in United States and Canada, as well as orchestras in Europe, Asia and South America, under conductors such as Leonard Bernstein, George Szell and Michael Tilson Thomas. He teaches at the New England Conservatory of Music. Dimity Hall Australia Dimity Hall is a founding member of the Goldner String Quartet and was on the jury for the 2003 Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition. She was Principal Second Violin with the Australian Chamber Orchestra and appeared as its guest concertmaster and soloist on several occasions. In 2002 Dimity Hall made her first soloist appearance with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra and will perform again as soloist with the orchestra in 2004.
Scott, Non Sequitur: Weekend: Still Recovering violinists who I know from Bloomington, corey cerovsek, who performed I ve alwaysadmired corey s playing, not just No other violinist that I know of produces http://www.68k.org/~jrc/novotney/archives/000257.html
Extractions: a virtual niche of randomness and kitsch Main What a weekend. As if Reverend Vince wasn't enough entertainment for one weekend, I went on to Indianapolis the next night to hear some fantastic fiddling by one of my favorite violinists who I know from Bloomington, Corey Cerovsek, who performed with the ISO . As always, Corey was nice enough to dish out the comp tickets for Arielle (a mutual friend who came all the way from Denver for the concert) and me. The program included the 3rd movement from Paganini's second violin concerto, Ravel's Tzigane , Saint-Saens' Danse Macabre , and an orchestrated version of Wieniawski's Scherzo-Tarantella . I've always admired Corey's playing, not just for his technical skills, but for his fantastic tone. He has an amazing, burnished, Franco-Belgian sound in which you can hear elements of Josef Gingold and Fritz Kreisler. No other violinist that I know of produces a sound like that. I need to harass Corey more often about making more recordings. The concert was followed by a small reception with the ISO's new conductor, Mario Venzago, a jovial, animated, energetic man who kind of dances around on the podium while he conducts and chuckles a lot when he talks to you. He reminded me of the actor/comedian, Roberto Begnini, mostly with regard to his nonverbal behavior. We were also joined at the reception by a young fellow named Rohit, a bright 8-year-old violinist whose parents drove him all the way from Pittsburgh on Saturday to meet Corey (as a surprise). Apparently, Rohit's parents put him in touch with Corey via e-mail so that Corey could act as a kind of unofficial mentor for him as he develops his talents. Neat kid.
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Extractions: I am accepting new students. The rate is $50 per hour. Qualifications: 25 years of experience, beginning - advanced levels.Former teaching positions: Houston High School for the Performing and Visual Arts,Houston Community College,Houston I.S.D.,Culver City I.S.D., Private Studios.Excellent with children and adults alike. Patient and enthusiastic.Using the "positive reinforcement method,"Turning tears into cheers! PERFORMING:
Extractions: Biography.com - A site great for looking up anybody famous. Also great for musicians and artists, try "Beethoven" for example!" J.S. BACH - Archive and Bibliography by Jan Koster is a nice presentation of Bach the man, his music and the places where he lived. J.S. BACH - Texts of the Complete Vocal Works - with English Translation and Commentary by Z. Philip Ambrose. This is OUTSTANDING! Bach Cantatas Website - Here's the be-all and end-all of informational resources on Johann Sebastian Bach! The texts to all the Cantatas are here as well as links to every other bit of Bach research on the web. You might even find Bach's kitchen sink! (Composers, Conductors, Performers Category) THE MOZART PROJECT from Steve BoemerThe life, times and music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
BRIDGES CONFERENCE session were Benigna Chilla from Pittsfield , Massachusetts who talked about anintegrative set design for dance, and violinist corey cerovsek who concluded http://www.sckans.edu/~bridges/2000 Bridges Report.htm
Extractions: BRIDGES CONFERENCE The third annual Bridges Conference: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science (http://www.sckans.edu/~bridges) was a gathering of artists and educators from around fifty colleges and universities in US which also included several participants from other countries such as England Yugoslavia Canada Mexico Spain , and Italy . The conference was held at Southwestern College Winfield Kansas in the United States The conference was held during a three-day period, July 28- July 31, 2000 . It included three General Sessions in the mornings, eleven Special Sessions, and three Workshop Sessions in the afternoons. In addition to the three-day conference, a one-day workshop was designed on Monday July 31, 2000 . This workshop covered part of the pedagogical materials, research, and courseware developed by faculty and students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (the Center for the Mathematical Sciences), UC Berkeley ( Center of Cognitive Studies ) and Montana State University at Bozeman (the Center for Computational Biology). This workshop was partially supported by a grant from The National Science Foundation (EHR-DUE-CCD Interdisciplinary Program).
Mammoth Times: Front CMU Season Finale with Music/Math Genius. On May 14 and 15, Chamber Music Unboundwelcomes the celebrated Canadianborn virtuoso violinist corey cerovsek. http://mammothtimes.com/
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Reviews Catalog Atherton conducts all Russian works with violinist Viktoria Mullova playing Stravinskyconcerto in D. violinist corey cerovsek plays Beethovan concerto. http://www.tinafu-music-critic.com/ReviewsCatalog.htm
Sundae040402 CSO June 16 in an Italian Night featuring Spring and Summer from Vivaldi s The Four Seasons with violinist corey cerovsek, and Mendelssohn s http://www.cincypost.com/2002/apr/04/sundae040402.html
Extractions: By Mary Ellyn Hutton, Post music writer Talk about sweetening the pot. The Cincinnati Symphony plans to do just that this summer at Riverbend. 'Sundaes with the Symphony' June 9 . rr ''Russian Night.'' Mussorgsky, ''Night on Bald Mountain.'' Prokofiev, Piano Concerto No. 1. Rachmaninoff, Symphony No. 2. John Morris Russell, conductor. Anna Polusmiak, piano. June 16 . ''Italian Night.'' Rossini, Overture to ''The Barber of Seville.'' Vivaldi, ''Spring'' and ''Summer'' from ''The Four Seasons.'' Paganini, ''La Campanella'' from Violin Concerto No. 2. Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 4 (''Italian''). Keri-Lynn Wilson, guest conductor. Corey Cerovsek, violin. el,2 July 21 . ''Classic Heavy Metal.'' Shostakovich, ''Festive'' Overture. Hummel, Trumpet Concerto in E-flat Major. Torelli, Trumpet Concerto in D Major. Respighi, ''The Pines of Rome.'' Russell. Rolf Smedvig, trumpet. July 28 . ''All-Tchaikovsky Spectacular.'' ''Marche Slave.'' Piano Concerto No. 1. ''Festival Coronation March.'' ''Romeo and Juliet'' Fantasy Overture. ''1812'' Overture. Erich Kunzel, conductor. Frank Weinstock, piano.
Extractions: Winfield, KS 67156 USA T he third annual Bridges Conference: Mathematical Connections in Art, Music, and Science was a gathering of artists and educators from around fifty colleges and universities in US as well as several participants from England, Yugoslavia, Canada, Mexico, Spain and Italy. The conference was held at Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas (USA) during a three day period, July 28-July 31, 2000. It included three General Sessions in the mornings, eleven Special Sessions, and three Workshop Sessions in the afternoons. In addition to the three-day conference, there were two special events, a workshop and an activity day. The one-day workshop was designed on Monday July 31, 2000. This workshop covered part of the pedagogical materials, research, and courseware developed by faculty and students from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (the Center for the Mathematical Sciences), UC Berkeley (Center of Cognitive Studies) and Montana State University at Bozeman (the Center for Computational Biology). This workshop was partially supported by a grant from The National Science Foundation (EHR-DUE-CCD Interdisciplinary Program). The activity day was structured for high school students and was titled "Bridges for the Next Generation". On this day, some of the invited extramural speakers joined presenters from Southwestern College to work with these public school students.
Past Artists Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra (presented with the Omaha Symphony) corey cerovsek,violinist, and Katja cerovsek, pianist Moscow Conservatory Trio Gary http://www.tuesdaymusicalomaha.org/past.htm
Extractions: About Us Our Season Tickets Past Artists ... Home Past Artists Established in 1892 as the Tuesday Morning Musical Club, Tuesday Musical's first concerts were held in local homes and the Fontenelle Hotel ballroom. After 1911 it expanded into local theaters and emerged as a non-profit concert series of international artists, open to all. Many of the artists, unknown at the time of their engagement here, have since become legend; some have been relegated to oblivion, but all contributed in some measure to the musical life of Omaha. It has been estimated that in the first 70 years following the change from club to non-profit organization, Tuesday Musical brought 95 percent of the world's greatest artists to Omaha. Here is a partial list of artists who have been part of this pioneer endeavor:
Weekly News Briefs The soloist for this concert is acclaimed violinist corey cerovsek, whose gracefulmastery of the violin, thoughtful interpretations and dramatic stage http://www.tnonline.com/archives/news/2001weeklies/09.26/lehigh/briefs.html
Corey - Popular Music corey cerovsek is a very entertaining violinist who could turn out to bea great one; sister Katja does what little she has to do very well. http://www.eisshinryu.com/cgi-bin/amazon_products_feed-item_id-B00000DCXV-search
Extractions: If you happened to be browsing through an old-fashioned record shop and came across this CD, you'd probably think it was a pop album. The cover shows a photo of the violinist, in blue jeans, and the single word 'Corey.' This is a hell of a way to present a violinist who studied for a decade with the legendary teacher Josef Gingold, and who plays this well. Not many of these wonderful Wieniawski showpieces are still heard very often, so it's a special treat to have a whole discful of them played with such flair and Romantic style. Corey Cerovsek is a very entertaining violinist who could turn out to be a great one; sister Katja does what little she has to do very well. Leslie Gerber