Extractions: Home Letters Archives Staff ... Career Services Campus Poll: What do you think of the smoking ban proposed by President McCardell? It's a good idea. I'm tired of being at risk of developing emphysema because of smoke creeping through the vents. Not the best idea. Smokers should have just as much freedom as everyone else. It's just a last ditch effort by McCardell to leave a lasting effect on the College community. Current Issue: document.write(currentissuedayname + ', ' + currentissuemonthname + ' ' + currentissueday + ', ' + currentissueyear); Home Arts By Hans Manzke Published: Thursday, November 13, 2003 At its best, music can take you somewhere you wish you could be. Regardless of whether that's in your past, present or future, each note has the intrinsic ability to pick you up from where you are and put you down somewhere else. As a form of expression it exists alone. It can be coercive, enchanting, exhilarating, brilliant, enlightening, simplifying, self-deprecating, sublime, cathartic. Good music is medicine, best taken anytime, anywhere. Those who attended Sunday afternoon's performance in the CFA concert hall saw a violinist firmly ensconced in the hallowed halls of bonafide prodigy. Julia Fischer performed with the New York Philharmonic in 2003, with Chicago Symphony and Carnegie Hall debuts already under her belt. On Sunday, Fischer whisked her way on stage with an air of confidence and aware affability belying her 20 years of age. Selections from Prokofiev and Mozart were handled with the utmost care and respect, both performed with flawless technique and startling panache. Playing entirely from memory, Fischer displayed fine mobility and dazzling range. She is supremely comfortable with her instrument, allowing her sound to fill the hall.
Artistic Leadership 90 ( Dumky ) An evening of Schumann, Brahms and Dvorak with pianist TzimonBarto, violinist julia fischer and cellist Claudio Bohorquez. http://www.ravinia.org/BuyTickets/eventdetail.aspx?xid_show=92717596&month=9&yea
Who Knows Ana Chumachenco? their authors, and not necessarily those of violinist.com or Michael, are you relatedto julia? Message posted by Michael fischer (via 220.127.116.11) on April http://www.violinist.com/discussion/response.cfm?ID=3937
Schools In The Netherlands, Europe, Etc views of their authors, and not necessarily those of violinist.com or teaches in theMunich Hochschule (that s where she taught Batiashvili and julia fischer). http://www.violinist.com/discussion/response.cfm?ID=3814
MUSISCOPE - Instrumentistes - Violon and violinist. fischer, julia violinist. Golan, Lawrence - providesinformation on the American conductor and violinist. Heifetz 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
A NEW VIOLIN PHENOM SHINES IN SIBELIUS San Francisco Symphony with MTT and violinist julia fischer, throughMarch 15 at Davies Hall, SF For info (415) 8646000, or on-line. http://www.artssf.com/sfs0568.html
Extractions: Fischer, 19, lit up all of Davies Hall with her lustrous interpretation of Sibelius' Violin Concerto March 13 under the baton of Michael Tilson Thomas. The attractive Bavarian musician with the hour-glass waist launched into the distant pianissimos of the opening with a silky, serene tone. Then she astonished me with a powerful bow arm, particularly in the sinewy finale, reflecting a vigor at the other end of the sonic spectrum. And her intonation, double stops and other technical matters were thoroughly mastered.
Extractions: Violinists Barton, Rachel - a ring devoted to the violinist. Bell, Joshua - provides biography, discography, and tour schedule for the American violinist and composer. Vilhelmas Cepinskis - the top violinist in Lithuania. Cerovsek, Corey - up and coming violinist. Eisenberg, Irwin - 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony. Fischer, Julia - violinist. Fodor, Eugene - soloist who has performed in 35 countries on 5 continents over the last 3 decades. Gearhart, Fritz - offers biography, schedule, and recordings, as well as information on the Oregon String Quartet. Vadim Gluzman - provides biography, schedule, contact information and more for the exciting violinist. Golan, Lawrence
A. Fischer Violin Bow Musician's Resource Recital Season julia fischer, violin julia fischer violin Milana It fischer, CarlCarl fischer Old Story Janice Tucker Rhoda, violinist, Author, Teacher http://www.sleepyhollowrecords.com/violin-resources/a.-fischer-violin-bow.html
DSO's Sub For Ill Violinist Fills The Bill the last minute is never a picnic, but the Detroit Symphony Orchestra found itselfin an especially tough spot last Friday when violinist julia fischer, due to http://www.freep.com/entertainment/music/dso20_20040320.htm
Extractions: FREE PRESS MUSIC CRITIC Replacing a soloist at the last minute is never a picnic, but the Detroit Symphony Orchestra found itself in an especially tough spot last Friday when violinist Julia Fischer, due to illness, pulled out of this week's performances of the Brahms Concerto for Violin and Cello. Detroit Symphony Orchestra THREE STARS 3711 Woodward This is not a piece that violinists typically have under their fingers or would be willing to learn at a moment's notice. But sometimes fate is on the side of the angels. DSO concertmaster Emmanuelle Boisvert played the piece in November with the Dearborn Symphony and is taking Fischer's place alongside German cellist Alban Gerhardt. Boisvert and Gerhardt made a fascinating team at Friday's coffee concert, partly because Boisvert's refined elegance and Gerhardt's bolder, more incisive style were not a natural fit. In the stormy allegro, Gerhardt dominated, but you could hear these two sensitive players slowly find common ground.
Extractions: FREE PRESS MUSIC WRITER Outside a jazz festival, it's been a long time since metro Detroit had a weekend with such a concentration of big-name jazz talent. At the top of the list is free-jazz pioneer Ornette Coleman, who appears tonight in Ann Arbor (story, page ). One of Coleman's friends, tenor saxophonist David (Fathead) Newman, will also be in Ann Arbor tonight and Saturday. Both grew up in Fort Worth, Texas, attended the same high school and apprenticed in some of the same bands. Newman made his name during a long tenure with the same Ray Charles band in which Detroit great Marcus Belgrave got his start. A swinging Texas Tenor, Newman is also a suave flutist and a fine balladeer. 9 and 11 p.m., Bird of Paradise, 312 S. Main. $15, 734-662-8310. With a star-studded resume dating back 40 years, pianist Larry Willis has played so well for so long that he's too easy to take for granted. He cuts a broad and creative swath through modern jazz, at home with modal burners, abstract harmony, ballads and finger poppin' standards. With Marion Hayden on bass and Sean Dobbins on drums. 9 and 11:30 p.m., tonight and Saturday, Harlequin Cafe, 8047 Agnes, Detroit. 313-331-0922.
Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival Born in 1983, violinist julia fischer has worked with such internationally acclaimedconductors as Herbert Blomstedt, Christoph Eschenbach, Marek Janowski http://www.vailmusicfestival.org/press.cfm?id=44
Breaking News Souza singing Falla s El Amor Brujo; and 18year-old violinist Yura Lee The soloistswill be violinists julia fischer and Yura Lee; pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet http://www.arts4all.com/newsletter/breakingnews/breakingnews.asp?bb=2762&aid=13
Breaking News violinist julia fischer Performs Sibelius s Violin Concerto in HerNew York Philharmonic Debut. On Thursday, April 17, 2003, at 7 http://www.arts4all.com/newsletter/breakingnews/breakingnews.asp?bb=2574&aid=13
Musical America - Other Feature Articles 2004 julia fischers contribution to the Brahms Double with HanNa Chang under Maazelprovided an intriguing study in contrasts The 20-year-old German violinist http://www.musicalamerica.com/features/?fid=98&fyear=2004
Extractions: The ensemble will perform an all-Beethoven program, including the beloved "Symphony No. 5" and the "Violin Concerto in D Major," featuring young talent Julia Fischer, whose playing has been praised for her dazzling technique and "a big burnished sound...of such purity that it brings tears to the eyes" (San Francisco Chronicle).
Outlook Online BSO Performance Spotlights Dazzling violinist The Grammy Awardwinning Baltimore Concertoin D Major, featuring young talent julia fischer, whose playing has http://outlook.collegepublisher.com/global_user_elements/printpage.cfm?storyid=6
Jamesarts centuries, features legendary violinist Aaron Rosand as soloist in The Four Seasonsby Antonio Vivaldi, the brilliant mezzosoprano julia fischer in Penelope s http://www.jamesarts.com/releases/nov01/NYV_111901.htm
Extractions: December 5 "Italia" Concert to Feature Violinist Aaron Rosand The New York Virtuosi Chamber Symphony, under the direction of Kenneth Klein, begins its 20th anniversary season on Wednesday, December 5th, 2001 at 8:00 PM at the 92nd Street Y Kaufmann Concert Hall, 1395 Lexington Ave. in Manhattan. The program titled marks the Virtuosi's debut at this prestigious New York concert hall. The evening's program, an overview of Italian composers from the 16th through the early 20th centuries, features legendary violinist Aaron Rosand as soloist in The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi, the brilliant mezzo-soprano Julia Fischer in Penelope's Lament from Il Ritorno d'Ulisse by Claudio Monteverdi, and French horn virtuoso L. William Kuyper in the rarely performed Concerto for Horn and String Orchestra by Francesco Mercadante. Opening the concert and rounding out the program, The New York Virtuosi Chamber Symphony will perform