Extractions: PIANO COMPETITION Coordinator of All Judges Moreland Kortkamp Roller Former pianist of the Houston Symphony Orchestra and Professor at University of Houston School of Music, Moreland Roller completed a six-year scholarship at the Juilliard Graduate School under Josef and Rosina Lhevinne. She toured in North Africa and Europe with the first concert group to be sent overseas by the USO during World War II. She then toured for Columbia Artists Management in 48 states, Canada, Puerto Rico, Europe and New Zealand. Ms. Roller performed for four seasons with the Philharmonic Piano Quartet and made solo appearances with Sir John Barbirolli, Andre Kostelanetz and her husband, A. Clyde Roller. Preliminary Judges Timothy Woolsey, Dr. Andrea Sokol-Albert, and Kiyoshi Tamagawa Timothy Woolsey In an increasingly active career, pianist Timothy Woolsey has given over 100 performances and master classes including solo recitals at the Phillips Collection and National Gallery of Art (Washington D.C.), a lecture-recital on the 18th-century fortepiano at the Texas Music Teachers Association Convention, and a lecture-recital on Alexander Scriabin at
Big Bang, The (1989) Max Brockman, . The Boy. Darryl Dawkins, . The Basketball Star. eugene fodor, . The violinist. Polly Frost, . The Artiste. Veronica Geng, . The Humorist. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096923/
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin Features Nov. 2 and 4 Tchaikovsky Pathetique. Guest conductor Enrique Arturo Deimeckeis joined by violinist eugene fodor for the Sibelius Violin Concert and http://starbulletin.com/97/04/08/features/story2.html
Extractions: Tony Award-winning actress and singer Bernadette Peters and jazz legend Dave Brubeck head the list of pops artists who will perform with the Honolulu Symphony in the 1997-98 season. Peters, whose Broadway credits include leads in "Sunday in the Park with George," "Into the Woods" and "The Goodbye Girl," makes her Honolulu symphony debut Nov. 14-15 with Stuart Chafetz conducting. Brubeck performs "Take Five The Very Best of Dave Brubeck: Brubeck and Sons" Jan. 16-17. A major coup for the reorganized symphony will be its debut in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Bowl, one of the nation's premier performance sites, on August 31. The concert will be conducted by Maestro Sam Wong and Aaron Mahi of the Royal Hawaiian Band. Also appearing with the Symphony will be Keali'i Reichel, slack-key guitarists George Kuo, and singers Dennis Kamakahi and Robi Kahakalau. The only other time the symphony has appeared on the mainland was a series of concerts in Utah and Nevada in 1979. The Halekulani Classical MasterWorks series at Blaisdell Concert Hall will be expanded from 10 concerts to 12 pairs of Sunday and Tuesday concerts. The MasterWorks series will include three new series entitled "Great Composers," "Legends of Asia" and "A Beethoven Festival." Call 538-8863 for information.
Gallery Patrick Moraz (who proclaimed, This is what Paganini would play if he were aroundtoday! ), worldrenowned classical violinist eugene fodor (who actually http://www.markwoodmusic.com/gallery/gallery.cgi?Category=100003
Arts Calendar: Classical Listings violinist eugene fodor, who holds a residency at Southwestern University this fall,will present a master class for high school violinists on Sat, Oct 12, 10am http://www.austinchronicle.com/issues/vol16/issue5/arts.listings/classical.html
Extractions: Requiem by Brahms. $12 ($10 seniors and students). Sat, Oct 5, 8pm. 499-0060 AN EVENING OF BAROQUE SPLENDOR will be presented at the Cathedral of St. Mary's new Parish Performing Arts Center, "The Bishop's Hall," with a concert of majestic music for keyboard and trumpet. Keith Winking, Baroque trumpeter, will be joined by John Blaka, Cathedral organist, to perform works from the 17th and 18th centuries. $10 donation. Fri, Oct 11, 8pm. 472-4540. VIOLINIST NADJA SALERNO-SONNENBERG will perform with the Austin Symphony, under the direction of Guest Conductor Philip Greenburg, at the Bass Concert Hall on the UT campus. Salerno-Sonnenberg will perform Sibelius' Violin Concerto in D minor, Op. 47. Also on the program are Nielsen's Overture to Maskarade and Brahms' Symphony No. 2 in D minor, Op. 73. Born in Rome, Salerno-Sonnenberg immigrated to the U.S. at the age of eight to study at the Curtis Institute of Music and the Juilliard School. She has received numerous awards and has played with renowned orchestras and symphonies across the world. $11-$25.
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What Happened On March 5th Finn) 1948 Eddy Grant Guyana, reggae performer (Electric Avenue) and Jacques Kloessinger (Dizzy Man s band) 1950 eugene fodor violinist (1972 Paganini Award http://www.electricscotland.com/history/today/0305.htm
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Today In History Singer Eddy Grant is 56. violinist eugene fodor is 54. Rock musician AlanClark (Dire Straits) is 52. Actresscomedian Marsha Warfield is 50. http://www4.fosters.com/history/march_04/his0305.asp
Extractions: News Menu Fosters Home Lakes Region Region Local N.H. ... Site Index Today is Friday, March 5, the 65th day of 2004. There are 301 days left in the year. Todays Highlight in History: On March 5, 1770, the Boston Massacre took place as British soldiers whod been taunted by a crowd of colonists opened fire, killing five people. On this date: In 1849, Zachary Taylor took the oath of office at his presidential inauguration. In 1868, the Senate was organized into a Court of Impeachment to decide charges against President Andrew Johnson. In 1933, in German parliamentary elections, the Nazi Party won 44 percent of the vote, enabling it to join with the Nationalists to gain a slender majority in the Reichstag. In 1946, Winston Churchill delivered his famous "Iron Curtain" speech at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo. In 1953, Soviet dictator Josef Stalin died at age 73 after 29 years in power. In 1953, Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev died in Moscow at age 61.
LA Weekly: Calendar 215; www.laco.org. TOPANGA PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA, Guido Lamell, music director,performs with guest violinist eugene fodor. Picnickers welcome. http://laweekly.com/calendar/content/classical_all.php
Extractions: Is the CNN of the Arab world an ethnocentric political machine or equal-opportunity purveyor of opinion? BRENDAN BERNHARD puts the network and senior producer Samir Khader on the spot, and interviews the young Arab-American director of Control Room, the new documentary on the network. An American Family: Hanging On... Barely In part three of our yearlong series tracking the Aguilars of East L.A. , Luis has been in jail for more than four months on a drug charge, leaving Frances to care for the big family. Now the neighbors want the family to move out. And recently theyve been at odds with Luis lawyer, who wants him to accept a plea bargain. BY CELESTE FREMON Plus GREG GOLDIN on the new old Hollywood Bowl Mean Girls : Three teenage girls took the stand in the Orange County rape trial last week and trashed the victim. But their testimony had a few holes. R. SCOTT MOXLEY reports from the trial of Greg Haidl, the assistant sheriffs son. Rugged Coast : Gov. Arnold fired three Democrats from the state Coastal Commission last week. But real trouble for the commission is coming from the unlikely alliance of environmental researchers and homebuilders associations.
Ernest Bloch : Baal Shem Recordings (in alphabetical sequence of name of violinist). eugene fodor(violin) Judith Olson (piano) Nigun only, LP, RCA ARL11172, http://homepage3.nifty.com/bloch/works/baal_shem.htm
Extractions: (1923 Cleveland, USA), Orchestrated in1939 Vidui (Contrition) Un poco lento - Calmo - Tempo I Nigun (Improvisation) Adagio non troppo - Maestoso - Poco meno lento - Tempo I Simchas Torah (Rejoicing) Allegro giocoso 2 Flutes (Piccolo) 4 Horns in F 2 Oboes 3 Trumpets in C 2 Clarinets in B and A 2 Bassoons Timpani (3) Percussion (Cymbals, Triangle) Harp
Redwood Symphony Review When violinist eugene fodor took his place in front of the Redwood Symphony Orchestrato perform the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto in D major at the San Mateo http://www.redwoodsymphony.org/review4-26.html
Extractions: The Redwood Symphony held its annual "An Evening of Chamber Music," at the Canada College Theatre in Redwood City, on January 26, featuring members of the orchestra. The orchestra, itself, is remarkable in that it offers progams many cuts above the typical community symphonies. Founder and music director, Dr. Eric Kujawsky, as much a musicologist, ventures into musical landscapes where other community conductors fear to tread. The program alternated between the conventional and the rarely heard. It opened with an intriguing work, "Suite Francaise: d'apres Claude Gervaise," out of early in the last century by the French composer Francis Poulenc. Being principally self-taught, Poulenc appears to be far less influenced by the past in melodic and harmonic lines and even in scoring, so that his work is refreshing to the ears of jaded chamber music devotees. No conventional instrumentation for Poulenc: two each of oboes, bassoons and trumpets, three trombones, a harpsichord (of all things) and percussion. Unique! This was conducted by the orchestra's principal oboist, George Yefchak.
BOX OFFICE violinist eugene fodor solos in Paganini s La Campanella, a virtuosic blockbusterwith fingerbending fireworks. Beethoven s cheerful Symphony No. 4 follows. http://www.mvonline.com/entertainer/features/box_office/box_office-01.php
Extractions: Oregon Symphony: "A Concert for Lovers," 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall. Former Miss America Katie Harman makes her Oregon Symphony debut singing sentimental classics including "O Mio Bambino Caro" and "I Could Have Danced All Night." Admission: $31.50 to $77.50. Ticketmaster. Toby Keith with Rascal Flatts, 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, Rose Garden. Admission: $35.25 to $45.25. Fastixx. The Wailers, 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, McDonald Theater. Reggae music. Age-21-and-older show. Admission: $20. Fastixx. Derek Trucks, 9:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, Wild Duck Music Hall. Age-21-and-older show. Admission: $15. Fastixx. Interpol, 10 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, Berbatis Pan. Age-21-and-older show. Admission: $12. Fastixx. The Wailers, 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15 and 16, Crystal Ballroom. Reggae music. Admission: $20. Ticketmaster. Harlem Globetrotters, noon, Saturday, Feb. 15, Rose Garden. Admission: $11 to $100. Ticketmaster. Derek Trucks Band with Tony Furtado Band, 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, Aladdin Theater. Admission: $15. Ticketmaster.
Extractions: Or So Some Say.......Others Say The Guarnerius is the most Prized Of All Violins HISTORY The violin emerged in Italy in the early 1500's and seems to have evolved from two medieval bowed instrumentsthe fiddle, also called vielle or fiedel, and the rebecand from the Renaissance lira da braccio [ a violin-like instrument with off-the-fingerboard drone strings ]. Also related, but not a direct ancester, is the viol, a fretted, six-string instrument that appeared in Europe before the violin and excisted side by side with it for about 200 years. The earliest important violin makers were the northern Italians Gasparo da Salo [1540-1609 ] and Giovanni Maggini [1579-c. 1630] from Brescia and Andrea Amati [c.1520-c. 1611] from Cremona. The craft of violin making reached unprecedented artistic heights in the 17th and early 18th centuries in the workshops of the Italians Antonio Stradivari and Giuseppe Guarneri , both from Cremona, and the Austrian Jacob Stainer. A family of violin makers in Cremona, Italy, in the 17th and 18th centuries, the
Past Artists 19751976 Dubrovnik Festival Orchestra eugene fodor, violinist Evangelos andLisa, guitarists Malcolm Frager, pianist Barbara Hendricks, soprano. http://www.tuesdaymusicalomaha.org/past.htm
Extractions: About Us Our Season Tickets Past Artists ... Home Past Artists Established in 1892 as the Tuesday Morning Musical Club, Tuesday Musical's first concerts were held in local homes and the Fontenelle Hotel ballroom. After 1911 it expanded into local theaters and emerged as a non-profit concert series of international artists, open to all. Many of the artists, unknown at the time of their engagement here, have since become legend; some have been relegated to oblivion, but all contributed in some measure to the musical life of Omaha. It has been estimated that in the first 70 years following the change from club to non-profit organization, Tuesday Musical brought 95 percent of the world's greatest artists to Omaha. Here is a partial list of artists who have been part of this pioneer endeavor:
Special Events For The Year 1950 Born 03/05/1950, eugene fodor, violinist (1972 Paganini Award, 1974Tchaikovsky Award). Born 09/17/1950, Fee Waybill, rocker (Tubes). http://www.vaxxine.com/mgdsite/year/1950.htm
Extractions: Born : Adrian Cosma, Romania, team handball (Olympic-silver-1976) Born : Adriano Panatta, Rome, tennis star (French 1976, Italian 1976) Born : Agnetha Fltskog, Stockholm Sweden, rocker (ABBA-Waterloo) Born : Alberto Juantorena, Cuba, 400m dash (Olympic-gold-1976) Born : Alex Chilton, rocker (Box Tops-Let Me Get Close to You) Born : Alex Van Halen, drummer (Van Halen-Jump, 1984) Born : Andrew N Meltzoff, developmental psychologist Born : Ann Jillian, Cambridge Mass, actress (Mr Mom, Jennifer Slept Here) Born : Anna Ulvaeus, rocker (Aha-Take on Me) Born : Anne Elizabeth Alice Louise Windsor, England, Princess Born : Annemarie Jorritsma-Lebbink, Dutch 2nd Chamber member (VVD) Born : Barbi Benton, [Klein], Calif, Playboy model (Hee Haw, Sugar Time!) Born : Belinda J Montgomery, actress (Man From Atlantis, Stone Cold Dead) Born : Belinda Montgomery, Winnipeg Manitoba, actress (Man From Atlantis) Born : Benjamin Peterson, US, heavyweight boxer (Olympic-gold-1972)
What's Up She has performed with violinist eugene fodor, cellists Zvi Plesser and Yvonne Caruthersand bassbaritone Eric J. Owens. For more informatin, call 831-2577. http://www.udel.edu/PR/UpDate/00/16/whatsup.html
Extractions: Vol. 19, No. 16 F our free, public lectures on "American Foreign Policy After 2000" continue through the end of January. The presentations are scheduled at 7:30 p.m. in Room 125 Clayton Hall. On Tuesday, Jan. 18, Joshua Muravchik, resident scholar of the American Enterprise Institute, will discuss "American Leadership After 2000." His research areas include human rights and democracy, socialism and Iran. An adjunct professor for the Institute of World Politics and the executive director of the Coalition for a Democratic Majority, Muravchik is the author of The Imperative of American Leadership: A Challenge to Exporting Democracy, Fullfilling America's Destiny, News Coverage of the Sandinista Revolution and The Uncertain Crusade: Jimmy Carter and the Dilemma. He also has written articles in numerous newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal The New York Times and The Washington Post . He has appeared on NBC, FOX, NPR, PBS and CNN. On Monday, Jan. 24, Robert Herman, a foreign service officer in the Office of Policy Planning of the U.S. Department of State, will talk about "Democracy and Foreign Policy in the New Millennium." A specialist in democracy and human rights, Herman spent four years as a senior social scientist with the Agency for International Development, Bureau for Europe and the New Independent States, working on assistance strategies in economic, political and social spheres.
Eduardo Mata Translate this page RCA ARLI, 2954, London Symphony Orchestra, Khachaturian, -Violin Concerto-,Glazounov, -Concerto In A Minor, Op, 82- , eugene fodor, violinist. http://www.colegionacional.org.mx/Mata.htm