NOTE University of Montreal (where he received the gold Medal of a concert in Almonte,Ontario with violinist Corek Cerovsek joseph Petric TO RELEASE ACCORDION CTO. http://www.greatconcerts.com/news/
Extractions: NOTE-WORTHY! JASPER WOOD RELEASES NEW DISC TO UNANIMOUS CRITICAL PRAISE Violinist Jasper Woods recently released CD, 13 Caprices (Analekta-FL2-3149) has received unanimous praise from publications as far afield as the International Record Review (April 2000), We should hear more of this composers work, especially in such flawless performances as Jasper Wood gives on this occasion. Here is another discovery he is a fine interpretive artist, captured in a virtually unblemished recording which is acoustically just right. In addition to critical acclaim in the recording field, Mr. Wood has recently performed concertos with Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra and was on tour with the Toronto Philharmonia . This upcoming season saw Jasper Wood perform concertos by Mendelssohn and Mozart in two separate appearances with the Buffalo Philharmonic . The year 2000 also saw a successful tour of the maritime provinces with pianist Richard Raymond and recitals in Chicago for the Dame Myra Hesse Series and the Muskoka Festival (with guitarist Alvin Tung ). Upcoming concertos range from Vivaldis
LSM Chamber Music Society - Concert V captured worldwide attention in December 1995 when he won the gold Medal at the tothe viola at the age of thirteen by the beloved violinist joseph Gingold, Mr http://lsmcms.adnc.com/concert5.html
Extractions: Mr. Thies captured world-wide attention in December 1995 when he won the Gold Medal at the Second International Prokofiev Competition in St. Petersburg, Russia. With this victory, he became the first American pianist to win first prize in a Russian piano competition since Van Cliburn's triumph in the 1958 Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow. Mr. Thies has performed with over forty orchestras including: the St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Liepaja Symphony Orchestra, Mexico City Philharmonic, Auckland Philharmonia, Pasadena Symphony, Pacific Symphony, Long Beach Symphony, National Repertory Orchestra, Eugene (Or.) Symphony, and the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra. His concerts have been broadcast throughout Russia, the Baltic States, Mexico, New Zealand, and the United States.
Any-Day-in-History PAGE Of SCOPE SYSTEMS. Ivan William Hannaford sociologist 1932 joseph Silverstein Detroit MI, violinist(Denver Symphony GA, 4X100 meter relayer (Olympicsgold-1960) 1941 http://www.scopesys.com/cgi/today2.cgi?askmonth=3&askday=21
American Composers Orchestra--Orchestra Bios the Naumburg Chamber Music Award in 1991 and the gold Medal at violinist joseph Schoris currently principal second violin of American Composers Orchestra, and http://www.americancomposers.org/orchestra/orchestra_bios.htm
Extractions: Artistic Advisors Back Diva Goodfriend-Koven has performed on both flute and piccolo with all of the major orchestras and chamber orchestras in the New York City area. She is active as a teacher and also plays in The Locrian Ensemble (the mission of the group is to perform music that is no older than 10 years). She has been a member of American Composers Orchestra since 1981 which is also when she became a regular Associate musician with the MET Orchestra. Besides membership in both the American Symphony and American Ballet Theater, she has attended and performed at the Bard Music Festival since its inception in 1989. She has been seen on Live From Lincoln Center performing with the NY Philharmonic,and has recorded extensively with Orpheus, ACO, The MET Orchestra, Brooklyn Philharmonic, and also on numerous commercial films and sound-tracks. Back Joseph Schor Violinist Joseph Schor is currently principal second violin of American Composers Orchestra, and first violinist of the Bennington String Quartet. Joe is also a faculty member of the Chamber Music Conference and Composers Forum of the East, having served previously as its musical director. He has performed as a member of the Franklin, Tonart, and Silvermine String Quartets, and at Marlboro Chamber music. Joe was formerly concertmaster of the Denver and New York Opera Orchestras, and served as principal second violin of the Festival Casals Orchestra during its many years in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and for many years, was a member of the New York City Ballet Orchestra. Joe has taught at Iowa University, Bennington College, Middlebury College, Windham College, Hartt College, and Peabody Conservatory, and is an original member of ACO.
Faculty Son of an opera tenor and violinist in Riga, Latvia. THOMAS HRYNKIW, piano, beganhis studies with joseph Jacobs and In 1967 Mr. Hrynkiw won the gold medal at http://www.marywood.edu/departments/music/Faculty.html
Extractions: STEVEN MATHIESEN TOP OF PAGE Woodwinds WILLIAM WEBER , woodwinds, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble. Graduated Ephrata, PA HS, entered the USAF Band, Washington DC playing clarinet and later oboe and English horn. Made four tours of Europe and one of the Far East. B.M.E., University of Maryland; M.A. in performance, The Catholic University of America. Studied oboe with E. Earnest Harrison. Subsequently joined U.S. Marine Band playing oboe and saxophone. Recipient of Marywood University vicennial medal; PMEA Citation of Excellence in 1999. Teaching experience: St. Anthony H.S. (Washington, DC), Mark Twain Intermediate School (Fairfax Co., VA), Wilkes University (Wilkes-Barre, PA); Marywood University. Recipient of vicennial medal. EDWARD WARGO , flute, B.M., summa cum Laude, Temple University; M.M., Manhattan School of Music. Studied with Murray Panitz, Harold Bennett, and Samuel Baron. Principal flute, Houston Metropolitan Symphony, Galveston Symphony, Scranton Singers Guild, Wyoming Valley Oratorio. Guest soloist with Marywood University Orchestra and Wind Ensemble, Robert Dale Chorale. Member of Houston Flute Quartet and various chamber ensembles. Temple University's "President's Scholar for Academic Achievement," and "Essie Baron Memorial Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Field of Music." Freelance performer, active private teaching studio.
Extractions: Over the past decade, the La Jolla Chamber Music Society has presented the most exciting emerging stars. Audiences have enjoyed the unparalleled thrill of discovering artists who will write the musical history of their generation . United by the spirit of discovery and presented in a relaxed, casual atmosphere, the Discovery Series is both an exhilarating immersion in music-making energized by youth and their total commitment, and a perfect introduction to classical music for families, students and young professionals. For the classical music aficionado, the Discovery Series offers a sneak preview of the rising stars who will appear in every major music capital and on every important series in the years to come - and a rewarding opportunity to say, "I heard them when..."
GI - Video Magazine KuBus 2 - Johannes Brahms The violinist, joseph Joachim, is good friends with the already famous composer,Robert Schumann to set or conserve you in glass and have you made into gold . http://www.goethe.de/in/d/frames/film/e/kubus-e-2-2.html
Extractions: Contents The composer Johannes Brahms was born in 1833 in Hamburg. The Brahms family lived in poor conditions. Johannes Brahms earns his first wages at the early age of 14 as a pianist and musician in public houses. In 1862 he moves to Vienna, where he lives until the end of his life. In this film, various well-known German musicians interpret and talk about the music of the Romantic, Johannes Brahms. The different periods of the composer's life are reflected in his works, from song to piano solos to symphonies. Brahms' encounter with Robert Schumann and especially Schumann's wife, the pianist Clara Wieck, has a decisive influence on the young man for the rest of his life. A close friendship develops with Clara Schumann. Even after the tragic death of Schumann, Clara continues as artistic advisor, friend and companion. Background information Johannes Brahms is born in 1833 in Hamburg. The house in which he was born, in the "Gängeviertel", a poor district of Hamburg, was destroyed during the Second World War. The mother, 17 years older than her husband, works as a seamstress, and the father earns his money playing music with his double-bass and horn. He likes to invite colleagues to his home so that they can play music together. In this environment, Johannes, an introverted boy, has his first playful experiences with music. In spite of the poverty and crowded living conditions, the mother manages to give her children a feeling of loving security.
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Extractions: urn:taro:utexas.hrc.00096 The Musicians Collection Helen Baer and Toni Alfau University of Texas at Austin Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, September 2000. Finding aid written in English Tue Jul 22 15:08:44 CDT 2003 urn:taro:utexas.hrc.00096 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (20030505). Descriptive Summary Musicians Collection (bulk 1900-1940) Ca. 4,900 items in 4 standard size file drawers, 1 oversize file drawer (11.5 linear feet), 2 flat file drawers Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin The Musicians Collection consists of materials that are primarily visual in nature and portray approximately 1700 musicians and musical groups. English. Scope and Contents The manuscript and printed music includes works by several American musicians, including autograph lyrics and music for twenty-eight of Paul Anka's songs, probably from the early 1960s. Author Annelu Burns is represented by correspondence and manuscript music which chronicle the business arrangements she made in 1919 to write the title song for the silent motion picture âThe Amazing Lovers.â The song, written with composer Madelyn Sheppard, was dropped by the producer when the movie title changed. Typed lyrics by author and composer Harry C. Benline are present, accompanied by a program from Tony Pastor's Theatre in which Benline and his partner Hetz appeared. Published music includes arrangements and piano and vocal scores for compositions by Victor Herbert and Pietro Mascagni.
Extractions: Home Tutorials ... Contact Find your ancestors! Genealogy Detective SnagIt captures anything on the Windows? desktop quickly and easily. From one-step capture of scrolling web pages to video capture and text conversion, SnagIt does it all. Find out the truth about anyone! Check out NetDetective Is this site useful? Josef Haydn Haydn's life was a long, sane and, on the whole, fortunate existence. For many years he remained obscure, but if he had his time of trial he never experienced a time of real failure. With practical wisdom he conquered the fates and became eminent. In the history of art his position is of the first importance. He was the originator of the string quartet and of the symphony and he established the basis of the modern orchestra. Without him Beethoven would have been impossible. Franz Joseph Haydn was born on the last day of March, 1732, at Rohrau, a small town on the confines of Austria and Hungary. His father was a cartwright and his mother before her marriage had been a cook in the family of Count Harrach, the lord of the village. The father united to his trade the office of parish sexton. He had a fine tenor voice, was fond of the organ and music in general. On one of those journeys which the artisans of Germany often undertake, being at Frankfort0on-the-Main, he learned to play a little on the harp and in holidays after church he used to play this instrument while his wife sang. The birth of Joseph did not alter the habits of this peaceful family. The little domestic concert was repeated every week and the child sawed an accompaniment on an improvised fiddle.
The Milken Archive Of American Jewish Music His father was an amateur violinist as well as a The family moved to Warsaw, whereJoseph began violin lessons occasion he was presented with a gold watch by http://www.milkenarchive.org/artists/artists.taf?artistid=60
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Extractions: His grandfather Francesco Curci was born in Avellino, an important town of region Campania (Italy), and in 1860 he had moved to Naples to open a shop of musical instruments and handwritten scores, starting up a business which grew and branched out , thanks to his descendants' work. The real publishing activity of the "Curci Musical House" began with the operetta "Liebesboykott" (
Extractions: Both Bios All are in Word format back to Press Kit Program Bio (continued) Performing throughout the United States in 2003-2004, Ms. Barton's recital programs include a performance with pipa and erhu at the Art Institute of Chicago. Her orchestral engagements include appearances with the Dallas, San Diego and Memphis Symphonies. Additionally, she will take part in limited engagements with Trio Settecento, including performances at Chicago's annual Baroque Festival and the Morton Arboretum. In summer 2003, the artist participated in the Marlboro Music Festival and returned as guest instructor at Mark O'Connor's Fiddle Camp. Ms. Barton's latest recording for Cedille Records, consisting of the Brahms and Joachim Concertos in collaboration with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and conductor Carlos Kalmar, was released in June 2003 to widespread critical acclaim. This unprecedented combination of violin concertos from two close friends and Romantic masters also features performances of both Joachim and Barton's own cadenzas for the Brahms Concerto. Ms. Barton holds prizes from several of the world's leading competitions, including a gold medal at the 1992 Quadrennial J.S. Bach International Violin Competition in Leipzig, Germany. She was the first American and youngest person to ever win this honor. In June 1996, Barton was one of the torchbearers in the Olympic torch relay and has performed her own arrangement of the national anthem at Chicago Bulls playoff games and the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. She was featured on CBS Sunday Morning and has twice appeared on the Today show. In February 2003, Barton was named "Classical Entertainer of the Year" at the 22nd Annual Chicago Music Awards.
All About Bows Jacques Lafleur, and initially a violinist, he surpassed he received the silver andgold medals at joseph ARTHUR VIGNERON ( 1851 1905 ) Studied with Husson http://www.wps.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/bows_makers.htm
Famous Belgians - The Complete List 183234) d Anethan, Jules joseph, prime minister De Bériot, Charles-Auguste, violinistDe Broqueville Deburghgraeve, Fred, 100m Breaststroke gold medal winner http://www.famousbelgians.net/alphabetical.htm
O'Connor Piano, MIDI Keyboard And Organ Studio boxing and failed, then went West, cowpunching, gold mining, and You can preorderJoseph and the Amazing was best known as a virtuoso violinist playing mostly http://www.oconnormusic.org/composers-l.htm
Extractions: Joseph Lamb (1887 to 1960)was an extraordinarily gifted ragtime pianist and composer along with Scott Joplin and James Scott . He differed from them, though, because the art of improvisation completely baffled him. In response to this, Lamb viewed ragtime as an art form written on paper, instead of a spontaneous one. Though his style and approach were markedly different from his peers, he still left behind a rich legacy and remained one of the most influential ragtime composers. Franz Lehár, 1870 to 1948 was the son of a bandmaster serving principally in Hungary. He followed his father's profession, before winning, in 1902, success in the theatre in Vienna, where he succeeded in the following years in reviving the operetta, providing music of greater distinction, with tenor arias written specifically for Richard Tauber.
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Extractions: The Daily Telegraph Viktoria Mullova studied at the Central Music School of Moscow and at the Moscow Conservatoire. Her extraordinary virtuosity captured international attention when she won first prize at the 1980 Sibelius Competition in Helsinki and the Gold Medal at the Tchaikovsky Competition in 1982. She has appeared with most of the world's greatest orchestras and conductors, and at the major international festivals. Viktoria Mullova plays the "Jules Falk" Stradivarius (1723) and explores the full potential of her instrument with a hugely diverse repertoire - from "authentic" interpretations of Baroque and classical composers to 'new classical' interpretations of pop and jazz. With a group of like-minded musicians she formed the Mullova Chamber Ensemble, which first toured in July 1994 in Italy. In July 1995 they toured Germany and the Netherlands, exhibiting a blend of scholarship and virtuosity appreciated by audience and critics alike. Their first CD of the Bach violin concertos on Philips Classics has further demonstrated their ability to breathe life into music new and old.