For A Change Magazine: Making The Soul Dance an American filmmaker, an English violinist, a Swedish and inspiration of Chagall sstained glass windows, and elisabeth Smith, a Norwegian living in Zimbabwe http://www.forachange.co.uk/index.php?stoid=53
Ensemble Ouabache Article EO violinist Christopher Verrette notes that what is important with Her Two Children by elisabeth VigéeLebrun of the church, there is no stained glass. http://hometown.aol.com/_ht_a/enswabash/magazine.html
Extractions: by Barbara Kallaur and Thomas Gerber, Photography by Jeffrey Collier "The best part was that all the art was by women," says Elizabeth Planje, now a 7th-grade student at St. Richard's School in Indianapolis. She is referring to the St. Richard's Middle School collaboration with the period-instrument group Ensemble Ouabache in a concert celebrating art and music by Baroque-era women. Elizabeth points out that her own part of the project, a "quoting" of a self-portrait by Judith Leyster, "is not just a picture of her. She [Leyster] was painting a man. It shows her at work." Ensemble Ouabache [pronounced Wabash] is based in Indianapolis, in residence at Trinity Episcopal Church. It is presented in four series concerts per year, one of which is a collaborative effort with middle school children from Trinity's sister institution, St. Richard's School. These collaborations grew primarily out of a desire to reach students, but were also influenced by EO's particular geographical circumstances. Because two of its four core members life elsewhere (violinist Christopher Verrette is in Toronto, gambist/cellist Elizabeth Macdonald is in St. Louis, while harpsichordist Thomas Gerber and Baroque flutist Barbara Kallaur are local), the usual avenues for educational outreach with the local school district are not practical. yet the ensemble is committed to arts education and has found ways to reach all grades (K-8) at the school.
Sydney Symphony Violin Concerto and the Violin Concerto of Philip glass. became a Laureate of theQueen elisabeth of Belgium wellknown to audiences as first violinist for the http://www.sydneysymphony.com/page.asp?p=58
Program Notes The violinist Joseph Szigeti gratefully accepted the dedication patterns (surprisinglyanticipating Philip glass) as the in Print On Disc elisabeth Glab with http://www.sfsymphony.org/templates/router.asp?callid=117&nodeid=2988
Best Nippon Violin Deals UK Through the Looking glass elisabeth Batiashvili HarrisonParrott Still in herearly twenties the success of this Georgianborn violinist continues to http://www.best-deals-uk.com/Best-Nippon-Violin-Deals.html
Any-Day-in-History PAGE Of SCOPE SYSTEMS. of Spain/daughter of Henry II 1545 elisabeth van Valois Jensen composer 1895 OlgaRudge violinist 1895 Olof Burnett director (When it Rains, glass Shield) 1944 http://www.scopesys.com/cgi/today2.cgi?askmonth=04&askday=13
Full Collection The Holy Family, With Saint elisabeth and Saint de glass Vase with Flowers HEEMSKERCK,Maerten van Yard HONTHORST, Gerrit van Merry violinist HOOCH, Pieter http://www.museothyssen.org/ingles/museovirtual/obrasmuseothysseneng.htm
The Artists (composer) and John Hsu, and cello with elisabeth Le Guin violinist, Charmian Stewart,startedplaying Suzuki violin at the he has also performed with Philip glass and the http://www.scchamberplayers.org/artists.html
Extractions: The Artists Karen Andrie, cello, graduated from the Eastman School of Music with a Bachelor of Music Degree and a Performer's Certificate. On a Fulbright Grant to Paris, France, she studied with Andre Navarra and won the prestigious Premier Prix, Licence du Concert, from the Ecole Normale de Musique. She has toured extensively with Atlanta and Columbus string quartets and the Trio d'Accordo, which won the Concert Artist Guild Competition in New York City. Presently she performs in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas, is a member of the Santa Cruz Chamber Players, Parallele Ensemble, and New Music Works. She teaches privately and at UCSC and is a member of the Cabrillo Strings faculty. Ariose, (pronounced AH-ryoz) is a select 16-member vocal ensemble that performs a varied repertoire of music from the renaissance to the 20th century. We feature mostly secular works and present outstanding pieces that are rarely heard in the Santa Cruz area. With the November 15 concert, "From Babylon to Boston: Pieces about Places,"
Contents Of Gazette Issued On October 07, 1999 goal last November, campaign cochairs elisabeth and John First 79 Years a Conversationwith violinist Isaac Stern be drilled inside a piece of glass, that is http://www.news.harvard.edu/gazette/1999/10.07/
Extractions: A memorial service will be held for Raymond Vernon on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 4:30 p.m. in the ARCO Forum, Kennedy School of Government, 79 J.F.K. St. A reception will follow the service.Dean Joseph S. Nye Jr. has established a new lectureship at the Kennedy School to honor the life, career, and legacy of Vernon. Sultan of Oman Professorship Established at KSG A new professorship in international relations has been established at the Kennedy School of Government, made possible by the government and the people of the Sultanate of Oman. The professorship, named "The Sultan of Oman Professorship," will focus upon advanced scholarship, teaching, research, and outreach in international affairs. Harvard Donors Establish Milestone In Advancing Teaching And Research
Washingtonpost.com: Live Online The violinist AnneSophie Mutter started a program the direction of Albert Coates,with elisabeth Schumann and I attended the Phillip glass concert at the http://discuss.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/zforum/02/page022002.htm
Extractions: Monday, Feb. 20, 2002; 2 p.m. EST Tim Page is the chief classical music critic for The Washington Post and the author or editor of a dozen books, including "Dawn Powell: A Biography," "The Glenn Gould Reader," "The Unknown Sigrid Undset," "William Kapell: A Documentary Life History of the American Pianist" and the forthcoming "Tim Page on Music" (to be published in September by Amadeus Press). He won the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 1997 for his writings about music for The Post. He has also worked as an artistic adviser (the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra), a radio host (WNYC-FM in New York), a record producer (BMG Catalyst) and, in his younger days, a rock musician and cocktail pianist. A graduate of Columbia University, he lives in Washington. "Throughout the chaos and waste of human history, exceptional men and women have managed to create works of rich and lasting art that can truly be called classics. My beat is the world of opera, symphonic and concert music, but I am interested in good music of all kinds and cannot imagine limiting my listening to any one genre. Welcome in."
April 13 Events In History - BrainyHistory 1944 Charles Burnett, director (When it Rains, glass Shield) April 13 April 13, 1895Olga Rudge, violinist April 13 of Ireland April 13, 1545 elisabeth van Valois http://www.brainyhistory.com/daysbirth/birth_april_13.html
Extractions: The Conservatory Credit Free Programs Summer Programs Music Bridge ... About RICHARD AARON , Visiting Professor, New England Conservatory (1998), is a former member of several major orchestras in Israel, Switzerland, England and the United States. Mr. Aaron performs frequent solo recitals throughout Europe. He founded the Tre Voce Piano Trio and Moore Quartet (Seattle, WA), and is a current member of the Elysian Trio. Richard Aaron has taught throughout the U.S. at dozens of universities and music schools in cello pedagogy workshops. His students have won numerous national competitions and appeared as soloists with The Cleveland, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Seattle symphonies. He has attended summer festivals, including Marrowstone, Siena, Chautauqua, and Yellow Barn. A teacher at ENCORE School for Strings, Mr. Aaron was appointed to the Cleveland Institute of Music faculty in 1992. As a violinist, Mr. Agopian has performed in Canada, the United States, Europe and Taiwan. He is the first violinist in the University of Calgary String Quartet, Aubade Ensemble and has also worked extensively as a conductor with the Calgary Philharmonic Orchestra, The National Arts Centre Orchestra, Hamilton Philharmonic, Orchestra London and the Festival Del Piccolo Mondo Antico Orchestra in Valsolda, Italy. Mr. Agopian moved to Calgary in 1991 to take the positions of Professor of Music at the University of Calgary and Artist-in Residence at The Mount Royal College Conservatory. His students have won national and international awards and have performed as soloists with professional orchestras. Since 1993, Mr. Agopian has been the music director of Calgary's professional string orchestra, the Kensington Sinfonia. He was recently appointed Music Director of Mount Royal College's Calgary Youth Orchestra.
Classical Music Links Dede An African American composer, violinist and conductor Eichberg - winner ofthe Queen elisabeth Competition for by PC, ondes martenot, glass harmonica etc http://www.mvdaily.com/links/
Berlin Festival Diary Holger Groschopp, piano, elisabeth glass and Cornelia Brandis, violins, Hartmut Rohde,viola all ages, and soprano Ulrike Staude and violinist Muriel Cantoreggi http://www.mvdaily.com/articles/2000/12/bdiary4.htm
Extractions: 4 Bill Newman BERLIN FESTIVAL DIARY Harmonic content is derived from Satie, Poulenc, Debussy and Ravel, but the conception, whether pictorial or from personal association, derives from Koechlin's many-sided orchestral inspiration. With the programme approaching about 80 minutes' duration, the piano sound was increasing in depth and sonority, and suddenly the performers were alongside my front seat! Mussbach had a cantilever device underneath the platform to pull forwards diagonally through the centre aisle and the length of the hall. Occasional cracks and creaks notwithstanding, a more natural way of communicating and sharing music is hard to imagine! Yaara Tal also featured in a concert the following day at the Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonie, the first half devoted to Darius Milhaud. Holger Groschopp, piano, Elisabeth Glass and Cornelia Brandis, violins, Hartmut Rohde, viola, and Martin Menking, cello, rang the changes around Le Boeuf sur le toit, the String Trio, and This represented Milhaud at his most sophisticated jazzy and ironical. Those, like myself, more familiar with chamber orchestral versions of the first and last pieces heard instrumental combinations using slightly different notation and bringing fresh timbres and more directness to the harmonic complexities. The claim of Milhaud's close colleague and admirer, Erik Satie, to a place in posterity is even more clearly linked to the people and pastimes that permeated his ultra real, often erratic lifestyle.
DowntownMarket Calendar 2004 Author elisabeth Stein Angels The Divine Connection. Photography, ceramics, wood,glass, jewelry, watercolor live music with jazz violinist extraordinaire, Mark http://www.downtownmarket.com/downtownCalendar-04.html
Extractions: Music by: The season kicks off with David Webb Trio, performing original and contemporary piano jazz. th Season of Downtown Marketplace The Downtown Marketplace will celebrate its ninth season starting this Saturday March 6 th when white canopies will once again line the brick paths in Ponce de Leon Park. Every Saturday, March through November, from 8am to 2pm, and regional artists, and book signings and literary chats by authors. The Marketplace has become the place for accomplished artisans and musicians to be seen and heard. Get Fresh at the farmers market - fruits, veggies, plants, cut flowers, as well as delicious baked goods, and picnics made while you wait. Local galleries and
Classical Music CDs Levine , Alicia de Larrocha , Josef (violinist) Suk; Ravi Shankar and Phillip glass;Queen of Johannes Brahms , Otto Klemperer , elisabeth Schwarzkopf , Dietrich http://www.crimsonbird.com/music/classical-cd.htm
Extractions: Closer ~ Josh Groban Wicked (2003 Original Broadway Cast) ~ Stephen Schwartz , Kristin Chenoweth , Idina Menzel The Lord of the Rings : The Return of the King ~ Howard Shore , Howard Shore , Dermot Crehan , Renee Fleming , Ulrich Herkenhoff , Various Artists Mamma Mia! (The Musical Based on the Songs of ABBA) ~ Benny / Ulvaeus, Bjorn / Anderson, Stig Andersson , Julian Poole , Jenny Galloway , Nicolas Colicos , Paul Clarkson , Bjorn Ulvaeus , Lisa Stokke , Eliza Lumley , Melissa Gibson , Siobhan McCarthy ...
Budapest Spring Festival 2002 WITH MARIA CRISTINA KIEHR, elisabeth VON MAGNUS PHILIP glass THE COMPANY IANNISXENAKIS AROURA ANTON Tatjana Grindenko, violinist, founded the first early http://www.festivalcity.hu/btf2002/english_zenekari.html
Extractions: The ensemble was founded in 1983 by Iv¡n Fischer and Zolt¡n Kocsis. It gained permanent status from the Municipality of Budapest in 1992. It built up its international reputation with its concerts in Hungary and tours abroad and its recordings have won many prestigious prizes (including a Gramophone Award, often called the âmusic Oscarâ). It often hosts world stars and its projects (semi-staged opera productions, Bart³k cycle, Mahler symphonies, works by DvoÅ¡k, Liszt, Bruckner, etc.) are regularly invited to the most famous festivals and concert halls. Besides the orchestral concerts, it also organises chamber music concerts, devotes special cycles to contemporary music (New Music evenings) and to presenting talented young performers (Champagne Concerts in the Institute of Italian Culture), and has introduced programmes with commentary for children (Cocoa Concerts) and pensioners (One Forint final rehearsals). The orchestraâs music director is Iv¡n FISCHER. Born in Budapest (1951), he studied the cello and composition, and earned a diploma in conducting under Hans Swarowsky at the Vienna College of Music. His international career began when he won the London conducting competition (1976). Both as an opera and a concert conductor, his repertoire ranges from early music to contemporary works. He is a much-travelled artist; founder and music director of the Budapest Festival Orchestra, his recordings have won top prizes (most recently, three different CDs made with the Budapest Festival Orchestra won a Gramophone Award, the Diapason prize and one was voted best recording by music critics of Fonoforum). From the autumn of 2000 he became music director of the Lyon Opera and conducted a Mozart series in the Bastille Opera, Paris.
Gyeongnam International Music Competition the gold medal at the Queen elisabeth Competition in Misha Mengelberg, Geert van Keulen,Philip glass and John a pupil of the renowned violinist Ivan Galamian. http://www.timf.org/gimc/eng/july_2004.html
Faculty former principal second violinist, Minnesota Orchestra Adele Addison, James Levine,elisabeth Parham, James Kenneth Goldsmith, Phyllis glass, Alice Schoenfeld http://www.colburnschool.org/pages/faculty.htm
Extractions: Avramov, Krassimir (Mime): graduate, Bulgarian National Academy of Theatre and Arts; founder, first Bulgarian theatre for mime; winner, "Golden Orpheus Composer Award"; toured USA, Russia, Austria, Thailand, Eastern Europe as a mime; participation in TV shows and films; singing career with his soprano voice, toured internationally, broadcast on National TV, CD release of "Silent Voices". Bori, Francesca (Cello, Early Childhood): MT-BC, Certificate in Early Childhood Development, Santa Monica College; B.A. in Music with Certificate in Music Therapy, Cal State Long Beach; teachers include Norma Bori, Cesare Pascarella, Gabor Rejto, and Eleonore Schoenfeld; winner of numerous awards; former substitute with the Los Angeles Philharmonic; former Principal Cello, Debut Orchestra, Blomstedt Conductors' Institute, L.L.U.; Principal Cello, L.A. Doctors Symphony; member, AMTA, ASTA, L.A. Violoncello Society. Bosserman, Lonie