All Things Strings: News & Notes In 1972, the young violinist eugene fodor took first prize in the International PaganiniCompetition in Genoa, Italy, thereby winning a chance to do what very http://www.stringsmagazine.com/issues/Strings82/Newsprof.shtml
Extractions: Eugene Fodor Sometimes opportunity knocks twice. In 1972, the young violinist Eugene Fodor took first prize in the International Paganini Competition in Genoa, Italy, thereby winning a chance to do what very few violinists anywhere have ever done: perform a concert on the del Gesù "Cannon" (see the November/December issue, page 130). Now, more than a quarter century later, Fodor will get to play the famous violin again. On October 26, 1999, he will play pieces by Paganini, Lalo, and others in a recital presented by San Franciscos Amici Foundation, a nonprofit that promotes Italian culture and supports music and arts programs for local schoolchildren. The black-tie fund-raiser will bring together the mayors of Genoa and San Francisco, which are sister cities, as honorary hosts. It will also be only the second time the instrument will have been played in concert on the American continent. Fodor himself came to widespread public attention when, at 22, he won the Paganini prize. Just two years later, he won the highest prize awarded in the 1974 Tchaikovsky International Competition in Moscow. His astonishing technique, fiery playing, and good looks all took the musical world by stormas did the fact that he was an American winning the top Soviet prize during a particularly frosty stretch of the Cold War.
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Extractions: Sammy Fain was a prolific American Composer of popular songs, including many for Broadway musicals and Hollywood motion pictures. Numbered among his best-known tunes are "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella," "Tender is the Night," and "I'll Be Seeing You," all of which became standards. He lived from 1902 until 1989. Arthur Fiedler lived from 1894 until 1979. He was born in Boston, Massachusettes and trained as a violinist there and Berlin. He joined the Boston Symphony in 1915 aand stayed there until 1930, first playing violin, then viola. Determined to conduct, he founded his own chamber orchestra, the Boston Sinfonietta, in 1924. In 1929 he launched the Esplanade summer series, free concerts by the Boston Symphony, along the Charles River. In 1930 he took over the Boston Pops Orchestra and for almost a half century he was the most beloved conductor of light-classical music in the United States.
Extractions: information listed after his or her name. Chopin More information about Chopin Grammy winner John Thomas 1904 ~ Glenn Miller, American trombonist and bandleader More information about Miller 1922 ~ Michael Flanders, Songwriter, comedian with the duo: Flanders and [Donald] Swann, made humorous mockery of English and American failings, died in 1975 1927 ~ Harry Belafonte, American calypso and folk singer, UNICEF goodwill ambassador, father of Shari Belafonte Paul Whiteman and his orchestra recorded for Victor Records. The featured vocalist on the track was 29-year-old Paul Robeson. The song became an American classic. 1930 ~ Benny Powell, Jazz musician, trombone with the Ernie Fields band, Lionel Hampton Count Basie Glenn renewed contract with Chesterfield Cigarettes was worth $4,850 a week (for three 15-minute programs). 1944 ~ Roger Daltrey, Singer with The Who 1968 ~ Country music stars Johnny Cash and June Carter got married on this day. Johnny walked down the aisle knowing that his 1956 hit
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
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Extractions: Eugene Fodor is a 24-year-old American who plays the violin. He has just shared top honors with two Soviet musicians in the Tchaikovsky Violin Competition, thus becoming the first person from the Western world to prove to the Russians that their young violinists no longer reign supreme. The judges declined to award a first prize a gold medaland instead gave second prizessilver medalsto Fodor along with Ruben Agaranyan and Rusudan Gvasaliya. The Soviet news agency Tass said that no first prize was awarded because none of the finalists succeeded in performing evenly at all stages of the difficult competition. Fodor (no relation to the prolific travel writer) has a different tale to tell. Eleven of the 19 judges were Russians. The two Soviet winners were students of David Oistrakh and Leonid Kogan, who both served on the jury. It takes courage and confidence for a non-Russian to even enter the competition, for, since it started in 1958, few outsiders have even been placed in the violin section. Not to be placed in the worlds top competitive event can do positive harm to the career of a young musician. Eugene Fodor does not lack confidence. Did I think I would win? Yeah, I guess so. Lets put it this way: I knew that if I felt well and if I played my best there would be no problem with placing
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Extractions: BANDGURU.com/Mark Bliesener Consults Mark Bliesener began his music business career in 1966 as a drummer and vocalist in Chicago, Illinois. Between 1966 and 1976 he recorded, toured and performed as a member of The Prophets, ? and the Mysterians, Humpback Whale, and other bands while based in Chicago and Los Angeles. In 1976 Bliesener "retired" in Boulder, Colorado to teach the nation's first course in "Rock 'n' Roll History." One of his students, Jello Biafra, used Bliesener's suggestion of The Dead Kennedys for his band's name. Also in 1976, Bliesener became editor of the Rocky Mountain Musical Express , a pop music paper distributed in 21 states. In addition, using the pen name "Radio Pete" he contributed regularly to New York Rocker Sounds Teen Spectacular Rocket Cadence and other publications. In 1978 he was named Director of Publicity for Feyline Presents, Billboard's Concert Promoter of the Year for an unprecedented three years running in 1978, 1979, and 1980. While at Feyline his duties included coordinating pre and post performance, as well as on site media coverage, for more than 1,950 separate concerts and events including the US Festival, the Jamaica World Music Festival and all the U.S. stadium dates on the 1981 Rolling Stones Tour and the Farewell Tour of the Who.
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