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The New York Times: Movies: The Big Bang and a holocaust survivor to basketball star Darryl Dawkins, movie producer DonSimpson, boxer and author Jose Torres, and classical violinist eugene fodor. http://movies2.nytimes.com/gst/movies/movie.html?v_id=5364
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Íma Music - About Me conducted by Gunther Schuller, featured solo violinist. Master of Music eugene fodor;Donald Weilerstein. AWARDS AND HONORS Winner, New England Conservatory of http://www.learningviolin.com/aboutme.asp
Extractions: Performing Arts Collections and Institutions Institution names followed with are members of SIBMAS Fo, Dario (1926-), actor, dramatist, director (1910-1989), composer, pianist Fodor, Eugene (1950-), violinist Fodor, Ladislas (1898-1978), playwright (1885-1953), actor, composer , actor (1748-1823), composer Fogel, Joseph , pianist Foldes, Andor (1913-1992), pianist Foley (Scott), Ena Dance Collection Danse (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Extractions: Now Playing The Agronomist Bon Voyage Breakin' All The Rules Bulgarian Lovers ... All Listings Feature Sweet Sounds By Peter G. Davis Boyish Wonder (Photo credit: Richard Termine) K Joshua Bell seems to be making it work for him. He is busy on the recital circuit, appears with all the big orchestras, enjoys playing chamber music and an occasional contemporary piece, and even makes recordings, most recently a basket of sweets for Sony Classical titled Romance of the Violin Young violinists are still embarking on careers with high hopes. Frank Huang La Campanella After that bad start, No, the opera works better when presented gimmick-free, with singers who can handle the florid vocal lines and enjoy the often lunatic plot turns. Anna Tonna effectively stole the show as Ernestina, offering a prototype of the classic quick-witted Rossini heroine with a heart of gold as well as showing off her warm, secure mezzo-soprano to maximum advantage. The rest of the cast was variable perhaps, but everyone onstage, and the audience as well, was clearly having a grand time. Related Links: Author E-mail: email@example.com
Extractions: Winner of the top Musical Honor, the coveted Performer's Certificate from the prestigious Eastman School of Music in New York, Eden was awarded a Solo Concerto appearance with the famed Eastman-Rochester Symphony Orchestra conducted by Maestro Walter Hendl . Eden also performed as Concertmistress of the famed Eastman Philharmonia Orchestra when she made her Carnegie Hall Debut , resulting in rave reviews from all of New York City's top Critics. Eden was honored and presented in a feature article in The New York Daily News for her achievement as a female Concertmistress of a prominent major symphony orchestra. The striking list of Master Teachers Eden has studied with include Professor Zvi Zeitlin , Professor Emeritus from The Eastman School of Music in New York; Professor Dorothy Delay , Professor from The Juilliard School Professor Eudice Shapiro Professor Beryl Senofsky , Professor from The Peabody Music Conservatory; Dr. Warren Van Bronkhorst, Professor Emeritus from The University of The Pacific; Charles Meacham
Class Of 1950 eugene fodor violinist (3/5) Franco Harris - Football Player (3/7) Stevie Wonder - Singer (5/13) Willie Classen - Boxer (9/16) http://www.student.loretto.org/loretto75/class_of_1950.htm
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Turner Classic Movies This Month Article film would be spoofed on SCTV Network 90, with Catherine O Hara as a hilariouslyoverdressed Joan Crawford and classical violinist eugene fodor standing alone http://www.turnerclassicmovies.com/ThisMonth/Article/0,,17894|17905||,00.html
Extractions: However her character may have felt in this 1946 romantic drama, on-screen Joan Crawford played second fiddle to nobody. Although John Garfield had the larger role, as a ghetto boy who rises to fame and fortune as a classical violinist, Crawford dominated the film. From her first appearance, fending off a circle of admirers all trying to light her cigarette, to her final scenes as she walks into the ocean to save Garfield's career, the film showcased Crawford in one of her most complex roles. Humoresque was adapted from a Fannie Hurst short story that had been filmed as a silent in 1920. The 1946 version was inspired less by a desire to remake her classic tearjerker than by Warner Bros.' need to get something out of a very expensive and lengthy screenplay Clifford Odets had written for Rhapsody in Blue , their musical biography of composer George Gershwin. The Odets take on his story was good, but a little heavier on social commentary than they'd planned. But his story of a slum boy whose musical talents are exploited by the wealthy had potential, so producer Jerry Wald matched it with Hurst's similar tale to create a vehicle for John Garfield.
Extractions: or call Violin: Sammy King's fluent, crisp and expressive playing is full of personality and promises to captivate your audience. He is a masterful violinist having played professionally for over 35 years. Sammy was Concertmaster for the Saltarelli String Orchestra and has performed with symphonies in Austria and throughout the southwestern United States. Sammy studied with world-renowned violinist, Eugene Fodor. Sammy also plays in a classical ensemble, Vanishing Prairie Wedding Packages Contact Us Testimonials ... Event Resources
New York Magazine - July 16, 1990 face of it, Bell s emergence as a worldclass violinist seems impossible. America,numbered among his star pupils Perlman, Zukerman, eugene fodor, Michael Rabin http://members.easyspace.com/knightley/ny19900716.html
Extractions: The Seraphic Sound of a Matinee Idol Violinist The first sound that greeted Joshua Bell's arrival onstage at the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia a few weeks ago was an ecstatic teenage squeal. For a second, it hung in the air like a blasphemy, but then the crowd roared with laughter. No doubt about it, the young violinist making his way with the slightly awkward gait toward the conductor was cute all-American cute, with his gangly figure, floppy-straight brown hair, and boy-next-door good looks, as cute in his white dinner jacket and black tie as he was in the London Records picture in the program, featuring him in black leather jacket, stone-washed jeans, and Reeboks. Beside me, a white-haired lady whispered to her companion, "My granddaughter just loves a group called New Kids on the Block. Is this what they look like?" Bell's concert last February at the 92nd Street Y in New York was a mostly flashy recital that showed him off as a formidable technician with the charisma to whip up an audience. He seemed impressive, appealing, and perhaps a bit callow-another wunderkind whose musical maturity was still in doubt. Here, in the Mann's vast, semi-enclosed "shed," the conditions seemed unfavorable to a stronger impression. In addition to the occasional drone of an airplane overhead, Bell would have to compete with the mighty lushness of the Philadelphia Orchestra's famous strings, as well as with the somewhat hyperactive conducting of another musical pinup boy, Hugh Wolff. What's more, his offering tonight was Saint-Saens's Violin Concerto No.3 in B minor, a Romantic showpiece that can evaporate as quickly as it charms.
TV Guide Online - [Movie Database] The interviews, conducted by Toback, range from celebrated violinist eugene fodor,to probasketball great Darryl Dawkins, to high-profile film producer Don http://www.tvguide.com/movies/database/showmovie.asp?MI=34542
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE PROGRAM Some of the artists that have visited recently are Ronald Young, sculptor, EmmaAmos, painter, XiangDong Kong, pianist, eugene fodor, violinist, David Owen http://www.southwestern.edu/academic/sfa-site/thea-site/visitors.html
Extractions: Throughout the academic year, an exciting array of artists come for several days to work with students in master classes and workshops, as well as perform in concerts and theater productions in Jones and Alma Thomas theaters. Some of the artists that have visited recently are Ronald Young, sculptor, Emma Amos, painter, Xiang-Dong Kong, pianist, Eugene Fodor, violinist, David Owen-Bell, London director, Theodore Arm, violinist and Robert Blocker, pianist and dean of the Yale School of Music. Guest lecturers have included Maxwell K. Hearn, curator of the Chinese Galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and William Seale, White House Historian.
Worth A Look Redwood Symphony is celebrating its 10th anniversary this week with a galafeaturing violinist eugene fodor performing Lal s Symphonie Espagnole. http://www.paloaltoonline.com/weekly/morgue/listings/1995_Sep_29.art.html
Extractions: Publication Date: Friday Sep 29, 1995 Thirty years of the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra The Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra (that's "PACO" for short) is throwing its gala Opening Concert Sept. 30 , in a show that's bringing back one of the orchestra's most successful alums. Former PACO cellist Matt Haimovitz, now an international soloist, will perform with the orchestra's especially strong violin section. This year, the group will perform the difficult Rossini String Sonata Number One, Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations and Haydn's Cello Concerto in D Major. The concert takes place at 8 p.m. at Spangenberg Theatre, 780 Arastradero Road, Palo Alto. The show costs $8. Call 856-3848. @caption:Jazzmatazz brings its blend of jazz and hip-hop to Stanford University Oct. 2. All that Jazzmatazz What is Jazzmatazz? It's the ultimate fusion of hip-hop and jazz, "hosted" by rapper Guru, and featuring trumpeter Donald Byrd, sax and flute player Derrick Davis, keyboardist Ruben Wilson, guitarist Zachary Breux, DJ Sean Ski, drummer Willie McNeil and vocalist Babe big Shug. The group performs at Stanford's Dinkelspiel Auditorium Oct. 2
Palo Alto Weekly Entertainment Listings $8; $5 students/seniors. Call 8563848. Redwood Symphony celebrates its 10th anniversarywith a special gala concert featuring violinist eugene fodor Sept. http://www.paloaltoonline.com/weekly/morgue/listings/1995_Sep_22.entertainment.h
Extractions: British Bankers Club 1090 El Camino Real, Menlo Park. Call 327-8769. Live music Friday and Saturday. Cafe Sophia , 3904 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto, 852-9220. Original folk and blues by Mike and Geri. Noon-2 p.m. on the first and third Saturday of each month. The Edge 260 California Ave., Palo Alto, 324-EDGE. DJ music and dancing or live band starts at 9 p.m., weekend nights until 3 a.m Spearhead, Sept. 22; Ian Moore and The Tea Party, Sept. 24. Hugo's Cafe and Sports Lounge Los Altos Bar and Grill 169 Main St., Los Altos. Boomers, Sept. 22; Wild Wild West, Sept. 23; Julie Johnson and Friends, Sept. 27; Triple Play, Sept. 28; Boomers, Sept. 29 and STB "Simply the Best," Sept. 30. O'Connell's Bar and Restaurant 518 Bryant St., Palo Alto. Call 326-2000. St. Michael's Alley 806 Emerson St., Palo Alto, 326-2530 Shows begin at 8 p.m. unless otherwise noted. The Other Side, acoustic female duo, Sept. 22; Chris Rossbach, Joey Fabian, Greg Thomas, jazz trio, Sept. 23; Your Mother Should Know, hammered dulcimers, Sept. 24; Heather Alexander, Celtic, Sept. 29 and Robert Jr. Blues Band, Sept. 30. The Village Pub 2967 Woodside Road, Woodside, 851-1294. Music begins at 10 p.m. Mick Overman Band, Sept. 22; Dennis Muzzy, Sept. 29 and Mike O'Neill Band, Oct. 6.
Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra The Sinfonia has featured guest conductors and soloists of international statureincluding OttoWerner Mueller, conductor, eugene fodor, violinist, Sharon Isban http://www.pasinfonia.org/about.html
Extractions: Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra, as the preeminent orchestral ensemble in the Lehigh Valley, has set the regional standard since its inception in 1982. Frequently praised for its innovative and interesting programs, the orchestra features many of its own first-chair virtuosi in solo performances as well as guest soloists recognized for their ability to communicate with the audience. At its conception, the orchestra was a community-based performing group with 30 to 40 musicians, primarily local volunteers, who gathered together to play classical music literature for chamber orchestra. A memorable highlight of the orchestra's early years was the 1972 performance of Bach's St. Matthew Passion, the concert which was the premiere of the Camerata Singers, the notable choral group also founded and directed by Allan Birney.
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Colorado - Information And Facts Douglas Fairbanks actor, Denver Erick Hawkins choreographer eugene fodor violinist,Turkey Creek Gene Fowler writer Homer Lea soldier, writer Lawrence H http://www.the-home-improvement-web.com/State-Facts/Colorado.htm
Extractions: Area - Colorado ranks eighth among the states in size. It has an area of 269,618 sq km (104,100 sq mi), including 961 sq km (371 sq mi) of inland waters. The state is rectangular in shape, measuring 623 km (387 mi) from east to west and 444 km (276 mi) from north to south. Colorado straddles the Continental Divide, which separates rivers flowing to the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. In Colorado the lands west of the divide are referred to as the Western Slope, while those to the east are often called the Eastern Slope. Climate Colorado has had only one constitution since it became a state in August 1876. It has been amended many times since its adoption. An amendment to the constitution may be proposed by the legislature, by initiative, or by a constitutional convention. To become effective, an amendment must be approved by a majority of the people voting on the issue in an election.