University Of Nevada, Las Vegas Orchestra, featuring The Eroica Trio October 26; the Rising Stars of Classical MusicNovember 21, featuring Icelandic violinist judith ingolfsson and the Miami http://www.unlv.edu/News_Bureau/News_Releases/2003/July03/01jv.html
Extractions: PERFORMING ARTS CENTER AT UNLV ANNOUNCES ITS 2003-04 SEASON The Performing Arts Center at UNLV, southern Nevada’s premier performing arts venue for more than 25 years, has announced its 2003-2004 season, "A Season of Colors." Ben Vereen opens the season September 5 - part of the Best of the New York Stage series. Star of countless Broadway hits, Vereen is a consummate entertainer who has left his enduring mark on the stage, in film and in television. The Best of the New York Stage series also welcomes performances by Tony Award Winner Faith Prince October 10; the internationally recognized Boys Choir of Harlem December 5; the timeless Maureen McGovern, featuring the music of Richard Rodgers December 20; Marvin Hamlisch, winner of three Oscars, four Grammys, four Emmys, a Tony and three Golden Globes, performs along with UNLV Classics and Jazz February 22; the acclaimed Newport Jazz Festival brings its 50th Anniversary Tour March 12; and the world-class Parsons Dance Company, one of the hottest tickets in contemporary dance, performs April 16. The Charles Vanda Master Series, the gold standard in southern Nevada classical entertainment, welcomes Opera Verdi Europa performing "Rigoletto" September 27. Seldom performed in Las Vegas, Guiseppe Verdi’s "Rigoletto" tells the tale of a malicious court jester, his sheltered daughter, and the amorous escapades of the Duke he serves.
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Gold Medal Winning Violinist Ingolfsson To Play violinist ingolfsson to Play. Wednesday, January 22, 2003. violinistJudith ingolfsson will perform on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 8 pm http://www.sbc.edu/cgi-bin/news/cr/printnews.cgi?id=EpuFkVyZEknNYRFyUi
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Extractions: is a violin and guitar duo that records, performs and commissions new music for guitar. Our Label, Guitar Plus Records, is dedicated to promoting, perpetuating and enriching chamber music with guitar and is celebrating the music of the Avant Garde with the CD - FM1:Homage to the 50s. Now available internationally.
LAS VEGAS RJ:LIVING: Community Wrap office by calling 8952787. The concert will feature 26-year-oldviolinist judith ingolfsson. The orchestra was founded in 1950 http://www.reviewjournal.com/lvrj_home/2000/Oct-08-Sun-2000/living/14536434.html
Extractions: Sunday, October 08, 2000 CONCERT Iceland Symphony opens UNLV series The Iceland Symphony Orchestra will open the 25th season of the Charles Vanda Master Series at 8 p.m. Saturday in Artemus Ham Hall at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, 4505 S. Maryland Parkway. Tickets are $29, $45 and $59 and may be purchased at the UNLV Performing Arts Center box office by calling 895-2787. The concert will feature 26-year-old violinist Judith Ingolfsson. The orchestra was founded in 1950 and performs approximately 60 concerts each season, both in Iceland and abroad, with recent visits to Greenland, Germany, Austria, France, Finland, Sweden and Denmark. The orchestra has performed with guest artists such as Andre Previn and Luciano Pavarotti. It also has made many recordings. The current North American tour features Ingolfsson, a native of Iceland who made her debut at the age of 8 with the Waiblinger Chamber Orchestra in Germany. She has performed with orchestras in the United States and abroad, including the Kansas City Symphony and the Orchestra of Theater "Carlo Felice" in Italy.
Classical Concert Series this year. Such worldrenowned artists as violinist judith Ingolfssonand pianist Ronald Sat have graced the stage. They made their http://www.ashtabula.kent.edu/Campus/classical_series.cfm
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Extractions: Mr. Sat has concertized in recitals throughout the United States and abroad with various distinguished artists. He made his Carnegie Hall debut with violinist Judith Ingolfsson to critical acclaim in 2000. Last season, he performed with violinist Elmar Oliveira at the Candlelight Concert Society of Maryland, and with tenor Warren Mok and soprano Sun Xiu-Wei at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Mr. Sat has also appeared in notable concert venues such as Steinway Hall and Kosciuszko Foundation in New York City, Nation Gallery of Art in Washington, La Jolla Chamber Music Society , Cleveland Museum of Art, Curtis Hall in Philadelphia, Grand Teton Music Festival in Iceland, Pro Arte Musicale in Puerto Rico, Hong Kong Chamber Music Society and Macau Cultural Center in China. His performances have been featured on WQXR and WNYC of New York, WFYI of Indianapolis, WCLV of Cleveland, National Public Radio, PBS, NHK Television of Japan, and Icelandic National Broadcasting Service. In 1997, Mr. Sat and violinist Zvi Zeitlin received medals of honor from the mayor of San Luis Obispo for their sold-out benefit concert in California. Mr. Sat's debut CD with Judith Ingolfsson on the Catalpa Label recently captured the first annual Chamber Music America/WQXR Record Award, and the duo will be recording their second disc this summer.
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Extractions: 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.
IVCI Media Center and François Sochard bios and ondemand audio excerpts of each violinist. JudithIngolfsson Debut Recording The 1998 IVCI Gold Medalist with pianist Ronald http://www.violin.org/media/soundpost.html
Extractions: - Vladimir Khachatryan, piano Monday, 23 Sept 2002: The Performance Today Web Site will feature the 2002 IVCI, including the finalists and François Sochard bios and on-demand audio excerpts of each violinist. New Compact Disc Releases from IVCI Laureates and Chamber Music Series Performers Beethoven Live From the 1998 International Violin Competition of Indianapolis comes this recording of live performances of three Beethoven Violin Sonatas by laureates of the competition. Violin Sonata No.1 in D major, Op. 12, No. 1 performed by Ju-Young Baek , violin and Anne Epperson, piano; Violin Sonata No. 7 in C minor, Op. 30, No. 2 performed by
Outreach The Amadeus Piano Trio with Sixth Grade Orchestra Students March 2002 ViolinistJudith ingolfsson with Elementary School Orchestra Students October 2002 http://www.newtownfriendsofmusic.org/Outreach.htm
Extractions: Outreach Program ....to foster love and understanding of live classical music in our school children During the week beforea concert the school children learn about the music they will hear at the concert, to which they are invited as guests if Newtown Friends of Music. Mrs Cheryl Edelen taught them about Beethoven and Dvorak and the pentatonic scale, which Dvorak used in his "American" quartet, and which the children learned to play on their instruments. The members of the Cavani String Quartet, dressed in jewel-colored T-shirts, introduced themselves and their instruments and demonstrated the range from the very highest note on the first violin to the very bottom most hummm on the cello.
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Extractions: Chronological Find Thread Purdue news summary for week of March 19-24 This digest contains summaries of the following stories from Purdue News Service and Agricultural Communication Service. All these stories, and more, are available on the World Wide Web at http://news.uns.purdue.edu/html3month/3month.html http://www.anr.ces.purdue.edu/sfest/sfest2000/ http://www.purdue.edu/calendar/ 15. Agriculture calendar This calendar lists Purdue Agriculture events during the next four weeks. 16. Best Bets for Journalists Ethanol could ease MTBE, gas-price woes ''Best Bets'' also has details about the 12th Annual National Rube Goldberg Machine Contest on April 8; a March 27 lecture by William Greider, national affairs correspondent for The Nation and former national editor of Rolling Stone Magazine; the 19th annual Holocaust Remembrance Conference April 8-9; an Indiana Court of Appeals session March 28 on campus; an Emerging Technology Forum Day on March 31; and a Board of Trustees meeting April 7. 17. National Agriculture Package These stories were distributed nationally and internationally this week to about 1,200 agricultural writers, reporters, editors and other interested parties. A Web site with links to all the stories and photos in this package is at this URL: http://news.uns.purdue.edu/paks/agpak.digest.0004.html