MusicalOnline: Violin And Viola Junior. eisenberg, irwin. Fischer, Julia. Jorja Fleezanis. Rafael Carlos Gintoliviolinist-Latin American Pages featuring young concert violinist, soloist , chamber. musician and the http://www.musicalonline.com/musicians/violin_viola/violin_viola.htm
Instr Dragon, Carmen harp. James Ehnes - violinist. irwin I. eisenberg - violinist.Julia Fischer - violinist. Florestan Trio. Deniz Arman Gelenbe - piano. http://www.clasica.com/instr.htm
Extractions: Stanley Alexandrowicz - guitar Amadeus Guitar Duo Amadeus Trio Amsterdam Guitar Trio (BMG) Atamian, Dickran - pianist Bachmann, Maria - violinist (BMG) Manuel Barrueco - Guitarist Bashmet, Yuri - violist (BMG) Joshua Bell - violinist Bellugi, David - recorder Bart Berman - piano - piano duo Bottesini Duo - double bass and piano duo Brain, Dennis - horn Bream, Julian - guitarist Brendel, Alfred - pianist Bronfman, Yefim - piano (Sony) Jui-Chen Chang - Cellist Chee-Yun's Room - Violinist Chee-Yun (official) Choong-Mo Kang - piano Cliburn, Van - pianist James Dick - pianist Dragon, Carmen - harp James Ehnes - violinist Irwin I. Eisenberg - violinist Julia Fischer - violinist Florestan Trio Deniz Arman Gelenbe - piano Arthur Greene - piano Jeffrey Grice - piano Hansen, Thomas - piano Hayden, Angelica - pianist, singer Honigberg, Steven - cellist Vladimir Horowitz - pianist Hsing-ay Hsu - piano Jacqueline du Pre Piano Quartet Emma Johnson - clarinetist Kim, David Korfker and Yamaguchi - violin-piano duo Wilhelm Kempff - pianist Misha Keylin - violinist Osman Kivrak - violist/composer Junko Kobayashi - piano Kreisler, Fritz
Bernice Eisenberg Higgins That's very unusual. Ms. eisenberg And the drummer and the violinist were sisters instructors, or speakers, was Jim, Colonel Jim irwin, who was the eighth man on the http://www.visitmonmouth.com/oralhistory/bios/EisenbergBernice.htm
Extractions: Birthdate of Subject: August 20, 1927 Ms. Eisenberg: Good morning, Flora. Ms. Higgins: It's very pleasant for me to be here this morning and to talk about Long Branch and the twentieth century. What perhaps is your most salient memory? What would you like to tell us about this morning? Ms. Eisenberg: I think I would like to talk about my parents and the hotel business that they were in, in Long Branch, on the boardwalk. In the end of this story, there will be three hotels that they bought, or built, or managed in the course of their entire marriage. Ms. Higgins: That's wonderful. What are the hotels? Are they still there? Ms. Eisenberg:
Classical Music - Andante - Web Directory Biographical information about the American violinist Excerpt irwin i eisenberg eisenberg s early violin studies were with Scipione Guidi, concertmaster http://www.andante.com/Directories/Web/index.cfm?iTopID=17&iPage=1
Registration For Festivals day festivals, directed by Karen Iglitzin also feature the coaching and participationof veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, irwin Irv eisenberg. http://www.chambermusicmadness.org/Festivals_flyer.htm
Extractions: empowering young people through music Camp-In-A-Day (FULL for 2004) TO SUPPORT HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ENSEMBLES from OUR REGION! (previously known as Northwest Chamber Music Festivals) Information and Registration First come, first served for all the events. These all-day festivals, directed by Karen Iglitzin also feature the coaching and participation of veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, Irwin "Irv" Eisenberg. LIMITED TO FIVE ENSEMBLES TO INSURE QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE. We are happy to coach at any level of ability or chamber music experience. The supportive atmosphere helps the students to feel comfortable. Our groups range from piano trio to chamber orchestras, and hailed from Salem to Walla- Walla. Master class with Karen: Each ensemble receives a public coaching session from Karen; observers actively involved in the critique process. Coaching with Irv Eisenberg : a private coaching session- with chance to ask questions, discuss rehearsal techniques and get new ideas! Observation and critique: Enjoy the chance to listen and give feedback to peer ensembles Ideas for directors: how to improve your chamber program and apply ideas to the larger orchestra and program Group bonding : Festivals include a mystery activity that is designed to allow the students to interact with those from other regions.
Registration Info For Chamber Music Madness need to arrange an informal, friendly placement audition with Mr.irwin eisenberg! directorof Olympic Music Festival; Andrew Galos, violinist, Chautauqua Music http://www.chambermusicmadness.org/Madness03_flyer.htm
Extractions: empowering young people through music Click here to learn about The Madness Philosophy Monthly sessions of Chamber Music Madness programs enroll students from Portland to Port Angeles, from Issaquah to Bellingham. Once per month, on Sunday afternoons at 2:00pm . Come as an individual -you don't need a group! FACULTY INCLUDES: Director Karen Iglitzin, and Irwin Eisenberg of Philadelphia Seattle, WA 98125 Click here for DIRECTIONS Click here for map If you would like to enter, you need to arrange an informal, friendly placement audition with Mr.Irwin Eisenberg! This will help us assess which program would be the best spot for you. Feel free to contact him at: 206 523-1554 or IrvTeresa@aol.com Registration for first term is early June, for second term in mid-November, or by special arrangement with the director. ABOUT THE PROGRAM:
Registration For Festivals With Karen Iglitzin irwin eisenberg ( previously known as Northwest Chamber Music and participation of veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, irwin "Irv" eisenberg. http://www.expressionenterprises.org/Festivals_flyer.htm
Extractions: empowering young people through music Camp-In-A-Day TO SUPPORT HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ENSEMBLES from OUR REGION! (previously known as Northwest Chamber Music Festivals) Information and Registration First come, first served for all the events. These all-day festivals, directed by Karen Iglitzin also feature the coaching and participation of veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, Irwin "Irv" Eisenberg. LIMITED TO FIVE ENSEMBLES TO INSURE QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE. We are happy to coach at any level of ability or chamber music experience. The supportive atmosphere helps the students to feel comfortable. Our groups range from piano trio to chamber orchestras, and hailed from Salem to Walla- Walla. Master class with Karen: Each ensemble receives a public coaching session from Karen; observers actively involved in the critique process. Coaching with Irv Eisenberg : a private coaching session- with chance to ask questions, discuss rehearsal techniques and get new ideas! Observation and critique: Enjoy the chance to listen and give feedback to peer ensembles Ideas for directors: how to improve your chamber program and apply ideas to the larger orchestra and program Group bonding : Festivals include a mystery activity that is designed to allow the students to interact with those from other regions.
Musician Resources Violin eisenberg, irwin 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific NorthwestBallet, and Violin - Jiang, Danwen Solo violinist and chamber musician http://www.musicianresources.org/cgi-bin/mr.so?keyword=Artists&np=20
MUSIC Ebel, Joe electric violinist/guitarist from central Wisconsin eisenberg, irwin - 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony http://www.esb.utexas.edu/mark/music/E.htm
Extractions: M ARK'S M USIC G ALLERY Table of Contents A B C D ... MISC Elysium Enda - official site. Female-fronted San Francisco band plays dark, brooding guitar pop. E!E - Czech punk group. E-40 - representing the Yay Area. Features a discography, song samples, photos, and biography. E-Craft - electro industrial artists. E-Type Jazz - gig guides, news and soundbites. E.G.A.L - German punk rock band. Includes story, pictures, and more. Eagle Bravo - some swell links to zines, PHRACKish sites, comics and punk, lefty stuff. Eagle Creek Band@ Eagles@ Eakes, Bobbie@ Ear - rock band from Winterthur in Switzerland. Earheart, Billy Earl, Ronnie and the Broadcasters Earle, Steve@ Early Edison - schedules, pictures, song clips, and the latest information about the band. Early Music by Women Composers - very extensive list including discographies, biographies etc. Earnest Pugh Ministries, Inc. - bringing the waters of life to the desert. Earnshaw, Graham - Information on Graham Earnshaw's musical releases, songs, and activities, plus lots of other stuff. Earplug Boy - A new panicky-melodic band.
WEBBTIDE 2001-2002 @ SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE TOP. Classic string players take note. Shoreline has a new string ensembleinstructor. Mr. irwin eisenberg is a professional violinist and violist. http://success.shoreline.edu/ebbtide/archive/v37/v37.6/news-01.htm
Extractions: The award winning Jacques Thibaud String Trio will perform at the Campus Theater on Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Prize-winners in the prestigious 1999 Bonn Chamber Music Competition, the Jacques Thibaud String Trio was founded at the Berlin School of Art in 1994 and named after the great 19th-century French violinist. Unique among today's chamber ensembles, these three young musicians play by heart. Calling their playing spontaneous and commanding, the New York Times said, "This could be the first string trio in some time to have a major career." These musicians are clearly on a mission, but they are also having fun. The program will include Trio in C minor, Op. 9 No. 3 by Beethoven; String Trio by Jean Franaix; Adagio and Fugue No. 6 in F minor by W.F. Bach and Mozart; Adagio and Fugue No. 3 in F minor by J.S. Bach and Mozart; and Serenade in C major, Op. 10 by Ernst von Dohnanyi. "Their playing had authority as well as heat; exalted expertise a triumph," said the L.A. Times.
MUSISCOPE - Instrumentistes - Violon Cerovsek, Corey up and coming violinist. Chang, Sarah; eisenberg, irwin - 2ndviolin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle http://www.musiscope.com/violon.htm
Extractions: Accueil Instrumentistes Sites en Français Web sites in English Bell, Joshua - provides biography, discography, and tour schedule for the American violinist and composer. Cerovsek, Corey - up and coming violinist. Chang, Sarah Eisenberg, Irwin - 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony. Enescu, George - offers a brief biography, sketch, and recomended recording. Enescu, George [stefan] - provides a photo and biography for the composer and violinist. Fischer, Julia - violinist. Golan, Lawrence - provides information on the American conductor and violinist. Heifetz, Jascha (1899-1987) - offers biography and photo of the violinist. Keylin, Misha
THE CWU "Rainier" Piano Trio collaborated with violist Eric Shumsky, violinist Marcia Ott, violist Joyce Rameeand Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and irwin eisenberg. http://www.cello.org/The_Society/Trio.html
Extractions: The CWU "Rainier" Piano Trio The CWU Trio makes regular tours of the Pacific Northwest, performing extensively throughout the state of Washington as well as Nevada and British Columbia. Concerts have included the Governor's Mansion, the Battelle Institute and the Wenatchee Friends of Music Series. The Trio has recently collaborated with violist Eric Shumsky, violinist Marcia Ott, violist Joyce Ramee and Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and Irwin Eisenberg. At the 1991 American String Teachers Association National Convention, the Trio's performance of the Brahms Piano Trio in B Major was praised by ASTA president Robert Culver for its "great style, facility and admired depth of insight." In 1992 the Trio performed Beethoven's Triple Concerto with the Tacoma Young Artists Orchestra.
CWU STRING FACULTY They, along with violinist Marcia Kaufmann and violist Scott Hosfeld Eric Shumskyand Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and irwin eisenberg. http://www.cello.org/The_Society/Faculty.html
Extractions: Ms. Rehkopf has performed in the Oregon Coast Symphony, the Lake Chelan Bachfeste, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival and the SummerWind Music Festival. They have given masterclasses and workshops at the Evergreen Music Camp, the Olympia Youth Symphony Camp, the Birch Bay Festival and the Okanagon B.C. Community School. They, along with violinist Marcia Kaufmann and violist Scott Hosfeld, comprise the Kairos String Quartet. The Kairos Quartet has given concerts in Virginia, Oklahoma, and Washington and is in residence at the Icicle Creek Music Center in Leavenworth. Projects have included the world premiere of three quartets by Argentinian composer Ricardo Garcia Barrero. Mr. Michel enjoys a professional career as an accomplished soloist, teacher and chamber musician. For the past five years, he has served as the cello and bass professor at Central Washington University. He regularly gives solo recitals and has appeared as soloist with the Reno Chamber Orchestra, the Wenatchee Symphony, the Yakima Symphony, Tacoma Young Artists Orchestra and others. During the past summers, Mr. Michel has performed in the Oregon Coast Symphony, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, the Lake Chelan Bachfeste and the Banff Music Festival. He has given masterclasses and workshops at the Evergreen Music Camp, the Olympia Youth Symphony Camp, the Birch Bay Festival, the Okanagon B.C. Community School and the Interlochen Arts Camp. His formal training includes Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Michigan and the New England Conservatory. Bernard Greenhouse of the Beaux Arts Trio, Jeffrey Solow and Stefan Popov were his main teachers.
JFREJ Community Organizing playing the wooden flute; Jewlia eisenberg, musical director Vegetable Heaven, AliciaSvigals, violinist with the Cohost Karen Yager; irwin Richmond, author http://www.jfrej.org/radio/radio1997.html
Extractions: Co-host Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz. Taped interviews with Elana Dykewomon (author of Beyond the Pale conducted by Melanie Kaye/Kantrowitz) and Eva Hoffman (author of Shtetl, conducted by Marilyn Kleinberg Neimark), and guest Irena Klepfiscz December 14 Anat Hofmann (member of the Jerusalem City Council and Women of the Kotel) and Rabbi David Saperstein (Religious Action Center of the Reform movement, Washington, DC) December 7 The Diary of Anne Frank Lawrence Graver (author of An Obsession with Anne Frank: Meyer Levin and The Diary ). Also Metropolitan Klezmer with Eve Sicular and Debra Karpal and Bic Ha Pham (Hunger Action Network) on a new report on WEP-Workers and the Dec. 10 Jobs with Justice National Day of Action. November 30 Model Minorities
Graduates From Rockaway In 1956** eisenberg, Steve Englewood, NJ. Lamm, irwin - firstname.lastname@example.org - Boca Raton,FL. And Lenny Gunther the greatest violinist, and Rich Zucker of Cello Fame http://www.farrockaway.com/1956.html
Extractions: Graduates From Rockaway In 1956** Post Your Own Messages on the 1956 Message Board Click Here To Post Messages For Your 1956 Classmates Click Here To View Messages From Your 1956 Classmates This wonderful photo of the Class of 1956 which was taken at the reunion in September was sent in by Carol Marston. Thanks for sending it along. Freda Goldstein (Deutsch), Class of 1956 joins us from Las Vegas, NV and writes the following. We have raised 5 children and have 6 grandchildren and are living in Las Vegas. I would love to hear from long lost friends and acquaintences. Please feel free to contact me. I have already been in contact with some of my high school cohorts that I have not seen or been in contact with since graduation. It has been so much fun and such a thrill to be in touch with our past. This web site is beyond fantastic. Freda can be reached at email@example.com Sheldon (Shelly) Fogel, Class of 1956 joins us from Las Vegas, Nevada and writes the following. My name is Sheldon (Shelly) Fogel, Class of 1956 - brother Lawrence (Larry) Class of 49 and sister Enid Class of 52. We all graduated from P S 106. I now live in Las Vegas for the past twenty years I have been in the gaming business. I really enjoy the Rockaway Beach web site . Keep up the good work on the web .
K DATA003 Luigi VON KUNITS, a worldly Austrian violinist who became inlaw of Morrie and SusanKATZ, irwin and Debbie Loving aunt of Alan eisenberg, Peter and Goldene http://www.ogs.on.ca/ogspi/200/o200k003.htm
Extractions: ROWLAND, Lionel John ''Rollie, Al'' Of Oshawa and formerly of Scarborough and Toronto at the age of 83, peacefully on Friday, December 26, 2003 at Lakeridge Health Bowmanville. Lionel was born in West Toronto on October 22, 1920. He is the son of the late George and Caroline Anne (HITCHMAN) ROWLAND. Lionel served in the Royal Canadian Army Tank Corps for five years from 1940 to 1945 and achieved the rank of Sergeant. He was a Bell Telephone Pioneer having worked with Bell Canada for thirty years. Lionel is survived by his wife Mabel ''Wally'' Irene ROWLAND, his children Gail McKELLAR and her husband Jim of Guelph, Robert (Bob) ROWLAND and his wife Valerie of New Lowell (Barrie), his grandchildren Wayne and Brian and Patricia, Kelly and Christina, and two great-grandchildren. Lionel is predeceased by his sister Dorothy KARKHECK (late Currie) and brothers Norman ROWLAND (Margaret) and brothers wbo died in infancy. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of the Armstrong Funeral Home, 124 King Street East, Oshawa (905-433-4711), on Wednesday, December 31st at 1 p.m. Visitation from 12 noon to service time. Rev. Don STILES will be officiating. Interment at Prospect Cemetery, Toronto will take place in the spring of 2004. Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or the charity of choice would be appreciated by the family.
Cornell Chronicle Calendar, March 30, 2000 the Construction Industry, Susan eisenberg, master electrician violinist JoshuaBell performs with the Orchestra Over 19951998, Scott irwin, University of http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/00/3.30.00/calendar.html
Extractions: Calendar of Events All items for the Chronicle Calendar should be submitted by campus mail, U.S. mail or in person to Chronicle Calendar, Cornell News Service, Surge 3, Judd Falls Road. Notices should be sent to arrive 10 days prior to publication and should include the name and telephone number of a person who can be called if there are questions. Notices should also include the subheading of the calendar in which the item should appear. CAPE Lectures (Open to the public) "Columbus Certainly Thickened the Human Food Thread, but It's Still Surprisingly Thin," Jack Kingsbury, plant biology, March 30, 10:30 a.m., Boyce Thompson Institute Auditorium. Noted environmental artist Andy Goldsworthy posed earlier this month with his Gallery 7 exhibition in the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art. The work, which covers the first-floor gallery and can be seen from above, is made of sticks, gathered locally, and some driftwood. The exhibition runs through May 28. Nicola Kountoupes/University Photography Johnson Museum of Art The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, on the corner of University and Central avenues, is open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. Telephone: 255-6464.