City Of Spokane - Event Calendar February 9 Gonzaga University presents an evening of chamber music featuring violinistKyungsun lee, cellist Kevin Hekmatpanah and pianist Brian Suits. http://www.spokanecity.org/calendar/default.asp?date=2/9/2004
Reviews.html written two masterpieces dedicated to this great violinistTwo by One and BlackSun. Theo Lipfert, Paul Cox/Roald Simonson, Yunkyung lee/Claudia Esslinger http://www.cpfirst.net/reviews.html
Extractions: ".. .The most complete identification of composition and performer was Chicago composer C. P. First's Tantrum , a piece written for virtuoso Dimitris Marinos . . . [who] both dazzled his listeners with his ability to project contrasting musical events and astonished them with the musicality with which he traversed the difficult writing. First had written an insistent pattern that underlay the melodic evolutionenough music, really, for two players, although Marinos handled it all himselfand the work developed as a concise and forceful musical idea . . . The brief stunned silence that followed the last note was the kind of tribute musicians live for . . ." The Boston Globe
Statistics And Lists Awarded to Liza Heesun Chung. Jennifer Gail Crawford, Brian Russel Brown, EunjungLee, Margaret Kwon Kevin W. Mayner, Kimberly Michele Foster, kyung Eun Han http://www.yale.edu/bulletin/html2002/music/statistics.html
Extractions: The date when the scholarship fund was established at the University is given, followed by the name of the donor. These scholarships are awarded annually from funds held by the University. Virginia Belding Apprenticeship Awards (1978). Maxwell M. Belding, B.A. 1945, of Hartford, Connecticut, in memory of his sister. Several awards: to assist students in their exploration of the many dimensions of the music profession. Awarded throughout the year. Mauriel Birkhead (1999). Estate of Mary Jean Parson. To a female voice student. Awarded to Laurie Gale Rubin. Charles Bliss Memorial (1947). Awarded to Craig Andrew King. James Bonbright Memorial (1939). Established by Irving W. Bonbright, Esq., in honor of his brother. Awarded to Michelle Eunhoe Lee. H. Frank Bozyan Memorial (1965). Friends, in honor of Professor H. Frank Bozyan, member of the School of Music faculty from 1920 to 1965. To an outstanding student. Awarded to Kola Owolabi. Bradley-Keeler Memorial (1942). Susanna Massey Keeler in memory of her husband, Walter Bradley-Keeler. To an outstanding major in composition. Awarded to Patrick Alan Burke and Stephen Joseph Gorbos.
Faculty Profiles and Czerny. He appears frequently in concert with his wife, violinistKyung sun lee, with whom he has recorded two CDs. Mr. Suits http://www.yale.edu/bulletin/html2001/music/faculty.html
Extractions: Ole Akahoshi, Syoko Aki, violin, studied in Japan at the Toho Academy of Music and in the United States at Hartt College and the Yale School of Music. She has taught at the Eastman School of Music and the State University of New York at Purchase. She has appeared as soloist with such leading conductors as Seiji Ozawa, Gerard Schwarz, Krzysztof Penderecki, and Kenneth Schermerhorn. Ms. Aki has been concertmaster and soloist with the New York Chamber Symphony, the New Japan Philharmonic, the Waterloo Festival Orchestra, and the New Haven and Syracuse symphony orchestras. She has appeared in concerto and chamber music performances with Szymon Goldberg, Henryk Szeryng, Broadus Erle, Leon Fleisher, Jaime Laredo, and many others. Ms. Aki has been a member of the Yale faculty since 1968. Nancy Allen, harp, performs regularly in major recital halls and with such leading ensembles as the English Chamber Orchestra, St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, and the Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society. Ms. Allen has also enjoyed close collaborations with soprano Kathleen Battle, clarinetist Richard Stoltzman, and flutists Ransom Wilson and Carol Wincenc. A Grammy Award nominee for Ravel's Introduction and Allegro with the Tokyo String Quartet, and first-prize winner of the Fifth International Harp Competition in Jerusalem, she heads the harp department at the Juilliard School and is on the faculty of the Aspen Festival. She has been featured on PBS's
Extractions: Dean Cain, whose grandfather was full Japanese, is best known for his role as Clark Kent/Superman in the hit television romantic science-fiction drama Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman opposite Teri Hatcher. After graduating from Princeton, Cain played professional football for Buffalo. But, he was injured soon afterward and he had to set his football career aside for a career in Hollywood. Cain landed a role as a boyfriend to Shannen Doherty on Beverly Hills, 90210 before heading on to Superman SERGEANT JOSE CALUGAS, PHILIPPINE SCOUTS War Hero/Medal of Honor Recipient Lan Cao is an accomplished Vietnamese-American author. She was born in Vietnam and came to the United States in 1975. Her first book Monkey Bridge (1997) was praised by The New York Times The Boston Globe The Chicago Tribune and others. The book is said to be the first to tell the fallout from the Vietnam war from a Vietnamese-American perspective. Before this book, she collaborated in a non-fiction history book entitled
Extractions: The plush, newly renovated, Biddles, reopened the weekend of April 25. A preview "musician's night" was held on the 23rd and many of the musicians who have played the spot in the last 20 years were unhand, Oliver Jones, Wali Muhammad, Dave Turner, "Boogie" Gaudet among them - singer Sienna Dahlen was particularly impressive. The club's present weekly lineup has singer DAWN TYLER WATSON, Sunday; a jam session night with DAVE TURNER, Monday; RICHARD PARRIS featured with the Paradise Jazz Band, Tuesday; singers JOHANNE DESFORGES, Wednesday and GERALDINE HUNT, Thursday with the STEVE AMIRAULT Trio in the early slot (6:30) Friday and Saturday followed by a JOHNNY SCOTT Quartet featuring pianist Geoff Lapp. Monday through Thursday, pianist/vocalist MANON ROBERT is featured from 5-7. The enlarged premises now offers excellent site lines from wherever you choose to sit. My first trip to La Va et Vient [3706 Notre Dame West] was a memorable one. It featured a rare appearance by veteran musician EMILE "CISCO" NORMAND, who was heard on vibes, piano and drums in the company of Marc Villemure, Normand Guilbeault and Claude Lavergne. We returned on May 10 for a fun evening featuring DAVID AMRAM (on any number of instruments including the French horn) joined by Guilbeault, Lavergne and the wonderful voice of MARIE-CLAUDE LAMOUREUX and a number of poets and writers. RONNIE CUBER created some exciting music with the trio of organist VANESSA RODRIGUES with guitarist Cordell Henebury and drummer Jean-Pierre Levesque at Alize over two nights. April 29th marked the 104th anniversary of Duke Ellington's birth and that event was marked with a big band tribute at Upstairs.
Extractions: During his 13 years as dean of Northwestern's School of Music, Dean Bernard J. Dobroski has helped build its reputation as one of the finest music schools in the country. Join us for an unforgettable tribute celebrating his legacy and the many musical styles, composers, and performers he has long championed. Don't miss this musical showcase featuring Northwestern faculty, special guests, instrumental and choral ensembles, Boomshaka, and others performing musical theatre, opera, jazz, dance, instrumental favorites and more.