WSO- Classic Concerts plus awardwinning violinist judith Ingolfssohn makes her Wichita debut in SamuelBarber s lush Violin Concerto. judith ingolfsson s Biography Underwritten http://www.wso.org/classicsseries.html
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Extractions: Staff Writer Photo Courtsey of Purdue Convocations Judith Ingolfsson, a world-famous violinist, will be performing at 3 p.m. on Sunday in Fowler Hall. Playing a centuries old Stradivarius violin worth somewhere between one and two million dollars, acclaimed young violinist Judith Ingolfsson will demonstrate her own priceless talent at 3 p.m. on Sunday in Fowler Hall in Stewart Center. Ingolfsson has been recognized as a talented performer in the music world since she made her debut at the age of eight. She performed with the Waiblinger Chamber Orchestra in Germany. She is also the winner of numerous recent competitions, including the Concert Artists Guild Competition and the prestigious International Violin Competition in Indianapolis, both in 1998. Ingolfsson originally hails from Iceland but has lived in the United States since 1980. She has performed with various chamber and symphony orchestras all over the world and graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music and the Cleveland Institute of Music. In 1999, she was named "Debut Artist of the Year" by "Performance Today" on National Public Radio. As a violinist, Ingolfsson is known for her meticulous technical ability along with her unique style, which incorporates stylistic surprises into performances of well-known violin pieces.
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Extractions: WHAT TO PLAY AFTER A STRAD? JUDITH INGOLFSSON CHOOSES FENG JIANG'S VIOLIN Violinist Judith Ingolfsson , the gold medal winner of the 1998 International Violin Competition in Indianapolis chose a Feng Jiang violin as her concert instrument. A violin made by Antonio Stradivari in 1683 was loaned to Ms. Ingolfsson for use as part of the award. Upon return of the violin to the Competition, Ms. Ingolfsson had searched extensively for a more permanent instrument until she played a violin made by Feng Jiang. She liked the sound and the appearance of the violin, played it in concerts, eventually choosing to keep the violin. Feng made this violin in 2000, it is a copy of "Haddock" , a violin made by Giuseppe Guarneri "del Gesu" in 1734. More information of violinist
Ingolfsson-Nelson-Sat Trio While they were there, they met violinist judith ingolfsson, who had come toCleveland from the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia to study with Donald http://www.middlebury.edu/arts/newsletter/archives/Fall2003/ingolfssonnelsonsatt
Extractions: WebMail BannerWeb People Finder Site Map ... Contact Us Local Cellist Returns The Ingolfsson-Nelson-Sat Trio is featured on the Brainerd Commons Presents series on Friday, September 12, at 8:00 P.M. in the Center for the Arts Concert Hall. Cellist Theodore Nelson grew up in Middlebury where he started playing the cello when he was six years old. He studied here with Stan Baker, Elsa Hilger, Linda Galvan, and Dieuwke Davydov. He played in the Vermont Youth Orchestra and was a member of its string quartet, as well as being the principal cellist of the all-New England Festival Orchestra. He also attended Point CounterPoint Chamber Music Camp while in high school. Two members of the trio, Nelson and Ronald Sat, met at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, N.Y., where they were students. Sat was Nelsonâs accompanist there for two years. Both then continued their studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music. While they were there, they met violinist Judith Ingolfsson, who had come to Cleveland from the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia to study with Donald Weilerstein and David Cerone. Nelson, Sat, and Ingolfsson then began playing music as a trio. Judith went on to win the Indianapolis Violin Competition, and she and Sat were married. Ingolfsson plays a 1736 Stradivarius violin on loan to her from The Nippon Music Foundation. Sat has collaborated with distinguished artists in Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, and the Cleveland Museum of Art, and is a member of the vocal coaching staff of the Manhattan School of Music. Among his teachers are Anne Epperson and Warren Jones. Nelson attended numerous festivals and was chosen to participate in the Piatigorsky Seminar in 1995 when he studied with Harvey Shapiro, Zara Nelsova, and Ron Leonard. Heâs been a member of Akron and Toledo, Ohio, orchestras and is currently the Associate Principal cellist of the Kansas City Symphony.
January 23, 2001 January 23, 2001. violinist judith ingolfsson to Perform Feb. 9. MIDDLEBURY,Vt. judith ingolfsson, 1998 winner of the International http://www.middlebury.edu/offices/pubaff/news_releases/news_2001/ingolfsson.htm
Extractions: WebMail BannerWeb People Finder Site Map ... Contact Us Violinist Judith Ingolfsson to Perform Feb. 9 She will be accompanied by Ronald Sat on the piano, and will play the 1683 Stradivarius instrument formerly owned by Josef Gingold and currently on loan from the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. They will perform the three sonatas for violin and piano by Johannes Brahms. Ingolfsson, a native of Iceland, studied at the Curtis Institute and the Cleveland Institute of Music. She made her solo orchestral debut at the age of eight in Germany, and has since appeared with many orchestras internationally, including recent performances with the Philadelphia Orchestra led by Wolfgang Sawallisch, the St. Louis Symphony conducted by Jesus Lopez-Cobos, and the Indianapolis, San Diego, Kansas City, and Pacific Symphonies. Beginning in October of last year, Ingolfsson traveled with the Iceland Symphony to14 North American cities on a tour that included stops at the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. After her Carnegie Hall debut, The New York Times called her "technically assured and interpretively astute."
All Things Strings: News & Notes 96. A Winner Wins Again violinist judith Ingolsson s latest award confirms her placeamong the stars by Edith Eisler. When judith ingolfsson received the 2001 http://www.stringsmagazine.com/issues/strings96/Newsprof.html
Extractions: When Judith Ingolfsson received the 2001 Cleveland Institute of Musics Alumni Achievement Award, she added yet another prize to an already long list, of which the most prestigious was the 1998 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis Gold Medal. "I won a lot of kiddie competitions between the ages of eight and 14," she says, "and got to play with local orchestras. Then I stopped doing competitions for a while, because Jascha Brodsky, with whom I was studying at the Curtis Institute, wanted me to focus on practicing and building up my technical foundation. "Then in 1992, when I went to Cleveland to study with David Cerone, I started doing competitions again on a regular basis. The national ones are usually affiliated with one or two orchestras and the winner is asked to play with them, and you also get a little money, which is always welcome. I did really well in the nationals, so I thought I should try something more difficult and went in for the DAngelo Young Artists Competition, which has a first prize of $10,000. I won that and decided to try the Concert Artists Guild competition; there I won the Nathan Wedeen Management Award, which of course was very helpful because I got a lot of concerts as a result. I won the third prize and the Audience Prize at the Paganini Competition, I also won the Indianapolis, and then I stopped," she concludes with a laugh.
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Extractions: Featured Performer : Judith Ingolfsson - Violin Judith Ingolfsson For an evening of raw emotion, Maestro Bramwell Tovey chose pieces made popular in two significant movies. Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings ran throughout the Vietnam war movie, 'Platoon'. Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 5 also set a somber mood for 'Death in Venice'. Certain pieces of music touch your heart and make your eyes well with tears. The simplicity and grave beauty drawn out of fine instruments by professional musicians is a moving experience. Barber's Adagio for Strings is such a piece. Barber's lesser-known work, Violin Concerto, Op. 14 , also has an element of war attached to it. This Concerto was commissioned in 1939 by a wealthy industrialist for his adopted son just before World War II broke out in Europe. The young violinist didn't care for the lyrical character of the first two movements declaring them too simplistic for his virtuoso technique. The composer assured the violinist that there would be a challenging bravura finale. The finale proved too challenging for the young man. Not so for the young Icelandic violinist, Judith Ingolfsson; she made her violin express poetry, darkness and energy. As if in another world, she bowed like lightning in the finale passing on her extreme energy to the violin section whose forest of bows moved in perfect unison.
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..."
Nippon Music Foundation judith ingolfsson ( violinist ) Icelandic violinist judith ingolfsson commandsa distinguished position among the world s foremost young musicians. http://www.nmf.or.jp/english/instrument/ingolfsson.html
Extractions: ( Violinist ) Icelandic violinist Judith Ingolfsson commands a distinguished position among the world's foremost young musicians. Her artistry was recently heralded as "effortless; her tone ravishingly beautiful, pure and adaptable; her sense of style unerring; and her expressiveness simple, direct and strongly felt (Strings)." Ms. Ingolfsson sprung to international attention in 1998 when she won the Gold Medal at the highly esteemed International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. Also a prize winner at the coveted Concert Artists Guild Competition and the Paganini International Violin Competition, Ms. Ingolfsson was awarded the 2001 Chamber Music America/ WQXR Record Award for her debut CD on Catalpa Classics. Of this recording, Fanfare Magazine noted "the violinist's unique poetry" and declared the performance "ardent and impassioned. This first collection deserves more thoughtful attention than that almost automatically accorded to the megahyped debuts of hot housed prodigies." Ms. Ingolfsson is no stranger to radio and television appearances. She made her first appearance on Icelandic television at the age of five. Since then her notable performances have been seen on PBS, CBS Sunday Morning, and NHK of Japan and broadcast on countless radio stations internationally. In 1999, National Public Radio's Performance Today named her Debut Artist of the Year praising her "remarkable intelligence, musicality, and sense of insight."
Noted Violinist Performs Saturday Noted violinist Performs Saturday. The Massapequa Philharmonic Orchestrapresents violinist, judith ingolfsson, who will perform. http://www.southbaynews.com/News/2001/0314/Community_News/notedviolinist.html
Extractions: The Massapequa Philharmonic Orchestra presents violinist, Judith Ingolfsson, who will perform. Tchaikovskys Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D-Major, on Saturday evening, March 17th, 8:30 pm, at the Berner Middle School, Carmans Mill Road, Massapequa. The orchestral selections include the Egmont Overture by Beethoven and the Symphony No. 1 in C-Major by Bizet. Judith Ingolfsson, a native of Reykjavik, Iceland, studied with Jascha Brodsky at the Curtis Institute, and with David Cerone and Donald Weilerstein at the Cleveland Institute. Since making her solo orchestral debut in Germany at age eight, Ms. Ingolfsson has appeared with the Philadelphia and St. Louis Symphony Orchestras, and the Indianapolis and San Diego Symphonies, among others. In 1998, she won the Gold Medal of the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, the violin worlds most prestigious prize, and had previously won the Concert Artists Guild Competition and had received third prize in the 1997 Paganini Violin Competition. Most recently, she was awarded the 2001 Chamber Music America/WQXR Record Award for her debut recording on Catalpa Classics released in the Fall of 2000. Ms. Ingolfsson plays the 1683 Stradivarius violin formerly owned by Josef Gingold and currently on loan from the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis.
SouthBay News - Community News More Noted violinist Performs Saturday The Massapequa PhilharmonicOrchestra presents violinist, judith ingolfsson, who will perform. http://www.southbaynews.com/News/2001/0314/Community_News/
Extractions: The Lindenhurst Memorial Library budget vote and Trustee election will be held on Tuesday, April 3, from 9 am to 9 pm, at the Library. A Budget Hearing will be held on Thursday, March 22, starting at 7 pm, at the Library. In person voter registration will be held at the Library on Saturday, March 23, from 10 am to 3 pm.
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Omaha Symphony News Release 2003-04 and Benedict; Tchaikovskys masterful Concerto in D Major for Violin and Orchestra,featuring talented young violinist judith ingolfsson; and Mussorgskys http://www.omahasymphony.org/news/
Extractions: Decatur, Nebraska Native Susan Thomas appointed Omaha Symphony VP of Marketing and Development Omaha Symphony’s Final Concerts of the 2003-2004 Season, "Strauss Tone Poems" on May 21-22, Feature Omaha Native Janice Meyerson Frank Sinatra Jr. Performs Legendary Music with Omaha Symphony May 7-9 Omaha Symphony Performs "Peter and the Wolf" at Fremont Family Concert May 14, 2004 ... The Omaha Symphony announced today that Susan J. Thomas, a native of Decatur, Nebraska, has been appointed Vice President of Marketing and Development, effective June 1, 2004. Thomas has extensive experience in marketing and development for both profit and nonprofit organizations. "For the Omaha Symphony, Thomas’ appointment as Vice President is a result of combining the marketing and development functions into one department, which increases efficiency and our ability to more comprehensively address the needs of the community," Omaha Symphony President and CEO Rob Hallam said. "We’re fortunate to find an individual with such talent, and her leadership of this department will energize new initiatives as well as increase our level of participation within the community at large."
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