Annapolis Symphony Orchestra 28 and 29, 2001. violinist judith ingolfsson will perform with thebest regional orchestra in the BaltimoreWashington area. The http://www.annapolissymphony.org/yesterda2001.html
Extractions: ANNOUNCES ART CONTEST The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra is encouraging area children to get out their paints or crayons to show their creativity. This year's art contest theme "Can You Draw Rhythm?" is related to the ASO Family Concert "Shake Rattle and Roll," a concert highlighting the percussion section of the orchestra which will be performed on Sunday, February 24. This contest is open to children ages 6 to 12 years old. Artwork must be on white
Extractions: A Fresh Breeze for the ASO's 41st Season Guest Artists Delight World Audiences For the 2001-2002 season Maestro Leslie B. Dunner has programmed a year of splendid concertos, with a dazzling array of young guest artists to present them to ASO audiences. While only one of them is older than 35, they include faculty members at Eastman and Peabody Conservatories and veterans of nearly one hundred appearances with professional orchestras and ensembles throughout the world. They perform on world-famous instruments and hold some of the most prestigious international prizes of classical music. Twenty-one year old Julie Albers is actually returning in May 2002 for her second appearance with the ASO. Last season she delighted Annapolitans with a performance of Prokofiev's "Sinfonia Concertante" that critic James Avis called "mature and sensitive" as he praised her "masterful technique and an instrumental voice full of sonorous expression." The 1946 Concerto for Cello and Orchestra by Samuel Barber will showcase these qualities and provide subscriber audiences with a remarkable opportunity to enjoy the development of a cellist destined to be heard for many years.
1999 CSHL Highlights - Other Lectures And Concerts May 8, Christopher Taylor, pianist. May 15, judith ingolfsson, violinist, and RonaldSat, pianist. May 29, Jennifer Frautschi, violinist, and Benjamin Loeb, pianist. http://www.cshl.org/AnnualReport1999/rh37.html
Extractions: In addition to the benefit concerts described earlier, we hosted 11 free public concerts during CSHL meetings, when we have a large captive audience. Many meeting participants enjoy the cultural respite from their intense scientific sessions. They were as follows: Concerts April 24 Meng-Chieh Liu, pianist May 1 Irina Muresanu, violinist, and Tatiana Goncharova, pianist May 8 Christopher Taylor, pianist May 15 Judith Ingolfsson, violinist, and Ronald Sat, pianist May 29 Jennifer Frautschi, violinist, and Benjamin Loeb, pianist Aug. 21 Ayako Yoshida, violinist, and Andrew Armstrong, pianist Aug. 28 Dmitri Berlinsky, violinist, and Elena Baksht, pianist Sept. 4 Sophie Shao, cellist, and Adrienne Kim, pianist Sept.18 Michael Shih and Patricia Sunwoo, violinists; Ori Kam, violist; and Kristian Reiko Cooper, violoncellist Oct. 2 Arcadian Trio: Ara Gregorian, violinist; Andrew Russo, pianist; and Raphael Bell, cellist Oct. 9
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Extractions: Canadian violinist Juliette Kang enjoys a versatile career. In July 2003, she joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra as Assistant Concertmaster. Celebrated on several continents for her interpretive insight, beautiful tone and astonishing technical mastery, Ms. Kang's solo engagements have included the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Orchestre National de France, Orchestre National Bordeaux-Acquitaine, Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico, the Orchestra of St. Luke's, the Philadelphia and National Arts Centre Orchestras, as well as the American, Syracuse, Omaha, Detroit, Edmonton, Vancouver, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Toronto, Houston, Montreal, Korean Broadcasting, Singapore, Russian National and Kyushu (Japan) Symphonies. She has also appeared with the Hong Kong and Calgary Philharmonics and the Chicago Sinfonietta. An especially accomplished recitalist, Ms. Kang's invitations include New York's Carnegie Hall, Frick Collection, Rockefeller University and 92nd Street Y. She has performed in recital at Théâtre Châtelet in Paris and Tokyo's Suntory Hall, as well as Boston's Gardner Museum, the Kennedy Center, in Seoul, Taipei, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. In addition she has enlivened Canada's Festival International de Lanaudiere and Festival International d'Eté, America's Spoleto, Bravo! Colorado, Marlboro Festivals, and France's Colmar Festival. Born in Edmonton, Canada, Ms. Kang began her violin studies at age four. Five years later she began to study with Dr. Jascha Brodsky at the Curtis Institute of Music, from which she earned her Bachelor's Degree in 1991. In 1993 she earned her Master's Degree from The Juilliard School, where her teachers included Dorothy DeLay, Hyo Kang and Robert Mann. She came to international attention as winner of First Prize in both the Yehudi Menuhin and Indianapolis International Competitions and is also a Young Concert Artists winner.
NPR : Performance Today For Friday, October 9, 1998 Indy Gold in 4A judith ingolfsson, the 25year-old Iceland-born violinist who twoweeks ago was crowned as the winner of the quadrennial International Violin http://www.npr.org/rundowns/rundown.php?prgId=4&prgDate=9-Oct-1998
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KIOS - 91.5 Public Radio Orchestra Mozart Symphony No.39 in EFlat Major, K.543 Sunday, May 2, 2004 OMAHASYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Edward Gardner, conducting judith ingolfsson, violinist. http://www.kios.org/Omahainconcert.asp
University Of Alabama News This year s performances will include violinist judith ingolfsson.Tuesday, Oct.16, 2001. Icelandic violinist judith ingolfsson is http://uanews.ua.edu/sep01/musicsched092501.htm
Extractions: (205) 348-8320 (fax) UA School of Music Announces 2001-2002 Celebrity Series Schedule TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - The School of Music in the College of Arts and Sciences at The University of Alabama has announced its upcoming 2001-2002 Celebrity Series concert schedule. This year, four internationally renowned musical artists will perform at the Moody Music Concert Hall on the UA campus. From the ever-popular king'singers to the Orion String Quartet, the UA campus and West Alabama community will be sure to once again have access to some of the finest music in the world - all experienced within one of the region's most beautiful concert halls. Season ticket subscriptions to this year's Celebrity Series are $72 and $55 - unchanged from last year's reduced price offerings. Single event tickets will again be value-priced at $22 and $15 for the general public, and $7 for students with valid IDs. All performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the Moody Music Concert Hall. For more information about ticket purchases, contact the School of Music box office at 205/348-7111.
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Extractions: Page E5 Despite the well-publicized cutbacks in the classical music recording industry, high-quality releases keep finding their way to the marketplace. While there are fewer coming from the big companies, smaller firms (perhaps devoted more to the music and less purely to the bottom line) are filling the gap with plenty of interesting material - and the biggies aren't dead yet. "The Earliest Songbook in England" (Gothic Voices; Christopher Page, director. Hyperion CDA67177) may have an unimaginative title, but its music is winning. It gets its name from its source material, "a few leaves of parchment folded together, poorly written, decayed by damp, marred by stains and the ravages of time," as Page writes in the liner notes. Copied by an unknown collector around 1200, preserved by being recycled as flyleaves in another volume, these monophonic (solo) and polyphonic (written for multiple voices) are mostly religious in nature, but sometimes move into secular territory. Charming tunes like "Magno guadens gaudio" and sophisticated writing as found in "Ad honorem salvatoris" (in two versions) help to make this a disc of interest. From the oddly named label Discipline Global Mobile comes "Josquin des Prez: Sixteenth-Century Lute Settings," thoughtfully and stylishly played by Jacob
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Extractions: Oct 18, 2000 / vol 7 iss 11 by Jerald D. Pope Unlike Columbus and his Spanish underwriters, however, the Vikings managed not to wipe out entire nations of natives during their stay. Not having guns, horses or sufficient gold lust, they eventually retreated before the Indians' objections. And while Columbus can boast his own bank holiday, among other dubious decorations, the Vikings' adventures in "Vinland" receded into the depths of Icelandic saga. Symphonie Fantastique, Aram Khatchaturian's Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Minor, and a new, three-minute work by Icelandic composer Atli Sveinsson, titled Icerapp 2000. Featured will be young violinist Judith Ingolfsson, a native Icelander who studied in the United States and has recently been garnering a slew of international awards. Philistines might crab that Icelanders, huddled on the shores of their Arctic island, don't have anything else to do during their long winter nights. But Iceland is actually a pretty nice place. Though the country's perched at the northern end of the Gulf Stream, its climate is surprisingly temperate, averaging about 41 degrees. The island is laced with both glaciers and volcanoes, providing its inhabitants with free geothermal heat (not to mention dramatic scenery and equally dramatic earthquakes, floods and lava eruptions). There's an old joke that Erik the Red, Leif's father (hence "Eriks-son") named the frigid island "Greenland" and the pleasanter one "Iceland" to confuse the expected waves of settlers. Fortunately, 10th-century immigrants, of which there weren't hordes, were drawn to more accessible pickings: Erik's hopes and fears went for naught. The population of Iceland has peaked at a quarter of a million, while Greenlanders number around 55,000, living in an area about eight times the size of North Carolina, 32 times bigger than Iceland.
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Letter From The Director We are pleased to be able to present to you two worldclass soloists during ourseason violinist judith ingolfsson and classical guitarist Ernesto Bitetti. http://www.elkhartcountysymphony.org/letter.html
Extractions: Dear Music Lovers, We are very excited to present to you the "Wide World of Music" for our 2001-2002 season! Not only will you hear tried-and-true symphonic favorites, but you will also experience many other types and styles of music, from the rhythmic verve and tunefulness of the music of Spanish and Hispanic composers to the drive and soul of African-American music. We are pleased to be able to present to you two world-class soloists during our season: violinist Judith Ingolfsson and classical guitarist Ernesto Bitetti. Ms. Ingolfsson will perform the incomparable Violin Concerto of Beethoven, and Mr. Bitetti performs perhaps the best-known of all guitar concertos, Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez , a concerto so popular that its second movement has been arranged and adapted by famous performers of jazz and pop music. There are wonderful surprises awaiting you at every concert, including the Jubilee Ringers and the Elkhart County Symphony Chorus at our Holiday concert in December, and a community Festival Gospel Choir at our April "Amazing Grace" concert. We will also feature the Elkhart Central High School Orchestra and the winner of the 2002 Student Concerto Competition at our February concert. We are happy to have Elkhart's own Celia Weiss as guest organ soloist at our March concert, along with the Elkhart County Symphony Chorus and Goshen Community Chorale. She will be performing Poulenc's Organ Concerto on the "King of the Instruments," the organ.
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