Musician Resources Artists. Violin fischer, julia -Artists. Violin - Jiang, Danwen Solo violinistand chamber musician. Founding member of the Quartetto Vita. -Artists. http://www.musicianresources.org/cgi-bin/mr.so?keyword=Artists&np=20
Juilliard | The Juilliard Journal Online String Quartet members are (clockwise from upper left) violist Jonah Sirota, violinistJulie Yoon, cellist Gregory Beaver, and violinist Rebecca fischer. http://www.juilliard.edu/update/journal/j_articles194.html
Extractions: Around 10 o'clock on a Thurday morning, the Chiara String Quartetâcurrently in its first year as Juilliard's graduate quartet-in-residenceâbegins another busy day of rehearsing. As they unpack their instruments, cellist Gregory Beaver, a former computer science major, tells the others about some recent updates he has made to the quartet's Web site. "Did you see the color coding?" he asks, eagerly. The Chiara String Quartet members are (clockwise from upper left) violist Jonah Sirota, violinist Julie Yoon, cellist Gregory Beaver, and violinist Rebecca Fischer. (Photo by Peter Schaaf) After warming up on two Bach chorales, the group gets to work on the variations movement from Schumann's A-Major Quartet, Op. 41, No. 3. Their playing exudes an energy and sense of purpose that belies the morning rehearsal time. As the quartet stops to rehearse a few spots, it is obvious how compatible the members are. When violist Jonah Sirota suggests that they vary their approaches to cadences, violinist Rebecca Fischer immediately chimes in with several specific examples. Without a moment to spare, the quartet is playing again, putting these new ideas into practice. The Chiara String Quartet dates back to 1993, when Beaver and Fischer met as students at the Musicorda Summer String Program on the Mount Holyoke College campus in South Hadley, Mass. Beaver says, "I still remember the first reading together. We read the first movement of Schubert's 'Death and the Maiden.' I had been looking for a group that could play the piece for about two years. Our first read-through had a real, electric, musical connection."
IMMEDIATE RELEASE julia and her chamber partner of the past five years, violinist Sarah Charness,performed julia s latest chamber work, Pas de deux , a series of dances for http://www.mbcc.mass.edu/community/WSO/WSO Pops 09 DEC 2001.htm
Extractions: Wellesley Symphony Holiday Pops Dec. 9 th at MassBay Community College in Wellesley Hills Dixie Whatley narrates Julia Scott Carey and Tomi de Paolas "Legend of Old Befana" This years Wellesley Symphony Orchesra Holiday Pops, Sunday, December 9 th at 3pm in the John F.McKenzie Auditorium at Mass Bay Community College in Wellesley Hills, features the vocal talent of sopranos Jean Danton and Leslie Holmes, and two 15 year olds, Wellesley composer, Julia Scott Carey, and vocal soloist, James Akimchuk III. Gilbert Trout conducts the MetroWest Youth Symphony Orchestra , that like the WSO, conducted by its Music Director, Max Hobart, is in residence at the college. Careys "Legend of Old Befana" premiered two years ago by the WSO, will be narrated by nationally known arts and entertainment reporter, Dixie Whatley. Whatley is nationally known as the principal host, weekend anchor, and New York City correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight." In Boston, she covered Boston's arts community for WCVB-TV's NewsCenter 5 as its Arts and Entertainment Editor for 14 years. She co-hosted, with Rex Reed, the nationally syndicated "At the Movies" and has also hosted a nationally syndicated celebrity talk show, "Star's Table." In 1984, she guest-hosted Good Morning Australia, its version of "Good Morning America." Whatley was a reporter/anchor on four Emmy-Award-winning news programs, and received a Los Angeles Press Club Award for best television newswriting at KCOP-TV, where she anchored their 10 p.m. weeknight newscast; at KTLA-TV as a reporter and anchor of their weekend newscast while also appearing on "Entertainment Tonight" weekdays. She was also a freelance writer and illustrator for the Los Angeles Times, and aannouncer for KJOI Radio, Los Angeles. She is a magna cum laude graduate of the University of Southern California (
NEEME JÄRVI - Conductor | Dirigent As preface to the Mahler, the 18year-old German violinist julia Fischeroffered a technically refined account of Mozart s Violin Concerto No. http://www.neemejarvi.com/011.htm
Extractions: Just as he did with Stravinsky's Rite of Spring in November, in his first appearance with the DSO since suffering a stroke in July, Jarvi shaped a performance of Mahler's huge, often bizarre symphony that managed to illuminate the work without sacrificing its wildness or its ambiguity. The Seventh Symphony, which Mahler completed in 1908, bears comparison with Stravinsky's notoriously challenging Rite of Spring ballet of 1913. Perhaps it's the combination of Mahler's demonic syncopations and the work's crazy mood swings that has kept the Seventh from winning the public affection lavished on his other symphonies.
Middlebury College Performing Arts Series Center for the Arts, Concert Hall. The young German violinist JuliaFischer has begun making her mark in Europe and the United States. http://www.middlebury.edu/arts/performing_arts/
Extractions: WebMail BannerWeb People Finder Site Map ... Contact Us Browse the Archives 1919-present In the over 80 years that Middlebury College has supported arts and cultural performances, hundreds of world-class performers have graced College Hill. Once called the "Entertainment Program," the offerings evolved into the Middlebury College Concert Series, and then in 2001, the program was again renamed the Performing Arts Series. This name reflects the rich, multi-disciplinary character of the Series. This year's Performing Arts Series is listed below. For a full calendar of events, including departmental events and offerings from other areas, click here. 2003-2004 Performing Arts Series September 19, Friday 8:00 p.m., Center for the Arts, Concert Hall Cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han are major fixtures on the world chamber music scene and welcome performers at Middlebury. Their program of sonatas by Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich complements the Clifford Symposium and the Museum exhibition on St. Petersburg. Sponsored by the Middlebury College Performing Arts Series. Reserved Seating. Tickets: $12/$10/$5 October 1, Wednesday
Intro Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47, with violinist JuliaFischer as the soloist; and Lukas Foss Phorion. http://www.hoertnagel.de/agentur/jf_SanFrancisco.htm
Extractions: It doesn't matter how many times you hear a teenage musician play with the kind of technical panache and interpretive grandeur of a seasoned adult. Deep down, you never quite get used to it. The latest display of prodigiously youthful artistry came Thursday afternoon from Julia Fischer, a 19yearold German violinist who joined Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony in Davies Symphony Hall for a ravishing and vigorously direct account of the Sibelius Violin Concerto. This was her second Symphony appearance, following an acclaimed debut two years ago in Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4. Among her manifold musical gifts including a bright, lustrous string tone; easy, unforced technique; and an ability to sustain a melodic phrase over long stretches what stands out most in Fischer's playing is its lack of fussiness or complication. Like Hilary Hahn, whom she resembles a little as a musician, Fischer has a knack for making a score sound direct and uncluttered but never simplistic. She gets right to the heart of the matter and lays it out for the listener with utmost clarity, so that even a formally complex piece like the first movement of the Sibelius enjoys a kind of interpretive serenity.
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Extractions: A B C D ... Z Soloists, conductors and Ensembles. MAJOR performing artists of the past and present, with date of birth, death, nationality and pronunciation. Remember the links are maintained by the source and we cannot guarantee their accuracy. Faerber, Jorg (yerg FAIR ber) ( - ) Con Fagius, Hans (hahns FAH gee oos)( - )Organist FAILONI CHAMBER ORCHESTRA (Budapest) (FY lohn ee) Faircloth, David ( - )Am=Bar Falcon, Ruth (New Orleans - )Am=Sop, MET 1989 Falletta, Joanne (joh ANN fuh LEH tuh) ( - ) =Cond
Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Translate this page The London International Quintet was founded in 1994 by the violinist Daniel Hope,as five young musicians and friends who were seeking an opportunity to http://www.festspiele-mv.de/index.php?id=65&menue=kuenstler
Austrich Receives Prestigious Instrument 1997, now studies at Oberlin with Alla Aranovskaya, first violinist of the St JuliaFischer and Viviane Hagner are among the violinists playing instruments from http://www.oberlin.edu/con/bkstage/200204/austrich.html
Extractions: A musician qualifies to enter the competition only after winning first prize at any international competition (in Daniel's case, first prize at the Jeunesses Musicales competition in Germany in August 2001). Those honored with the use of instruments from the foundation can keep them longer by winning the competition again in subsequent years. Julia Fischer and Viviane Hagner are among the violinists playing instruments from the foundation.
New York Chronicle By Jay Nordlinger The month of January also brought a Philharmonic debut that of JuliaFischer, a nineteenyear-old violinist from Germany. Her concerto http://www.newcriterion.com/archive/21/feb03/jay.htm
Extractions: by Jay Nordlinger H Messiah Messiah Messiah its Messiah Messiah But the soloist I was most looking forward to hearing was Richard Croft, the tenor, making his New York Philharmonic debut. His last name may be familiar to you: Richard is brother to Dwayne Croft, the baritone frequently heard at the Metropolitan Opera. Richard first came to my attention in a Washington, D.C. Semele It is the tenor, of course, who has the first big aria in Messiah I am reminded of a story a friend and fellow music critic likes to tell: When he was about five years old, his uncle took him to a performance of The Flying Dutchman On the night I attended, David Daniels had called in sick, so the contralto, Anna Larsson, took the bits that had been assigned to him. Sadly, her sound was fuzzy, muffled, and diffuse. Often she could not be heard clearly, especially on her lower notes. Sometimes she sang as though being smothered by a pillow. We can perhaps shift some of the blame to the hall, or rather, church. But neither did Larsson give her arias much character or lift. N Porgy and Bess was recorded complete. And the man who did it was Lorin Maazel.
WDAV 89.9 Classical Public Radio Guests includes Dallas Symphony music director Andrew Litton, young German violinistJulia fischer, the popular Eroica Trio, and more than a dozen others. http://www.wdav.org/nav1024.cfm?cat=1&subcat=113
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