Mayumi Seiler Reviews Isserlis was joined in this Via Salzburg recital by violinist mayumi seiler in MauriceRavel s alternately aggressive and voluptuous Duo For Violin And Cello. http://www.mayumiseiler.com/review/review1.html
Extractions: Glenn Gould Studio, October 23, 2003 In music, as in sports, all-star assemblages don't always play that well. Music, like sports, is a collective affair, generally, and no amount of individual brilliance can beat a solid team effort. However, on Thursday night, Mayumi Seiler of Via Salzburg manage to put together a group of brilliant first-rate players from the Toronto Symphony to concoct an absolutely dazzling performance of Stravinsky's L'histoire du soldat , in its original narrated version, with Derek Boyes providing the text. Written during the horrors of the First World War, L'histoire du soldat is one take on the ravages of war, essentially a series of Russian folktales about a pact with the devil, told in Stravinsky's quickly developing ironic musical language, where marches are out of step, harmonies slightly off-key, instruments rattling off one another in crazy combination. And each instrumentalist in Stravinsky's score has a part to play, and all performed with great gusto on Thursday night. Seiler herself turned in a fine performance on the violin, representing at times both the soldier and his Devilish tormentor. James Gardner's trumpet sounded just the right fake-martial note all night, with some tricky runs handled with ease. Joaquin Valdepenas's clarinet answered Marshall's trumpet with an eerie, hysterical wail that put one in mind of the diabolical.
New Recommendations Berlin with Joseph Joachim, the greatest Hungarian violinist of the 19th Century, and trained Joseph Violin in d minor. seiler, mayumi (vln); Hickox/London Sinfonia +Concerto for http://www.hbdirect.com/Reviews/0503bbc2.cfm
Extractions: "William Stromberg, whose work is consistently creditable because he knows and loves the music, and the Moscow ensemble, not flawless, but close to it in replicating the composer's unique sound. The recording: close and detailed, but with the right amount of ambient warmth; ideal for this subject matter." - Koldys, ARG
Extractions: Soloists Conductors Ensembles Orchestras ... Organizations and Management Soloists Adam, Bill (Bill Adam Tribute Web site) (trumpet) Afrocentric Voices in Classical Music ; Biographies and bibliographies on African Americans in classical vocal music Ainsley, John Mark (tenor) Angelov, Ludmil (piano) Alban, Carol (flute) Aler, John (tenor) Allen, Susan (harp) Allen, Sir Thomas (baritone) Alykova, Valentina (violin) Anfuso, Nella (soprano and contralto) Anthony, Janet (cello) Antonsen, Ole Edvard (trumpet) Antonsen, Ole Edvard (trumpet) Archibald, Paul (trumpet) Armiliato, Fabio (tenor) Arnesen, Bodil (soprano) Asbjornson, Susan (soprano) Avers, Randall (guitar) Avril, Franck (oboe) Ayres, Paul (organ) Bacon, Thomas (horn) Bagratuni, Suren
Extractions: ... entertainment, events, fairs, exhibitions, charity events ... pop, rock, urban, jazz, country ...schedules and reviews ... and blues listings, World Music ... chamber, quartet, solo recitals ... modern and classical ... and choral music ... gallery listings, artists sites, design news and events ... chamber, quartet, solo recitals Mozart Mass in C Minor The season finale with the Tafelmusik Chamber Choir and Orchestra: Mozart's Mass in C Minor and Haydn's Saint Nicholas Mass. The dramatic Mass in C Minor stands as one of Mozart's loftiest and most sublime creations an undeniable masterpiece to close off the 25th season! Features the stunning Canadian soprano Karina Gauvin. For Tickets phone 416-964-6337 For Further Information, click here American conductor Hugh Wolff, and Canada's own pianist Jon Kimura Parker. TSO musicians Mark Shazinetsky (Violin) and Marc-Andre Savoie (Violin) are also featured with the orchestra. Programme includes; Schnittke: Concerto grosso No. 1 /Rachmaninoff: Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, Op. 43/Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, "Little Russian" May 26 @ 8:00 PM May 27 @ 8:00 PM Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto was declared unplayable when it was written, but it has gone on to become one of the most popular and beloved pieces of music ever composed. Vaughan Williams' Sixth Symphony is one of the masterpieces of the English repertoire, a magnificent and personal essay by one of the great composers of the century.
Extractions: If you know of a WWW page for a particular soloist, ensemble or orchestra which is not listed here, please use the submission form which also has a link to a standard mailto: option. If you have submitted a site for consideration and have not received a reply within one month, please feel free to resubmit. NEW! Search the entire WWW Virtual Library: Match: All Any Boolean Format: Long Short help Search engine courtesy of Harvard University and the ht://Dig search engine Need to have text or a website translated? Use Altavista's translation service!! Soloists Conductors Ensembles Orchestras ... Opera/Management agencies/Miscellaneous Adam, Bill (Bill Adam Tribute Web site) (trumpet) Afrocentric Voices in Classical Music ; Biographies and bibliographies on African Americans in classical vocal music Ainsley, John Mark (tenor) Angelov, Ludmil (piano) Alban, Carol (flute) Aler, John (tenor) Allen, Susan (harp) Allen, Sir Thomas (baritone) Aleksander, Adam (piano) Alykova, Valentina (violin) Anfuso, Nella
Eastern Conservatory Online Music Library guitar) Eshbach, Robert ( conductor/violinist) Eyjolfsdottir, Inga M. harpsichord, piano, organ) seiler, mayumi ( violin) Sewrjugin, Alejandro ( baritone http://easterncollege.us/artists.html
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Mayumi Seiler-Classical Music Violin-Toronto,Canada mayumi seilerGerman Japanese classical concert violinist, performs solo recitals chamber music and concertos with major orchestras throughout Europe North America and Japan to overwhelming http://www.mayumiseiler.com/
Mayumi Seiler 1999/2000 Concert Schedule Canada s premier horn player James Sommerville, Japanese sensation, pianist IkuyoNakamichi, and violinist mayumi seiler join forces in a collaboration http://www.mayumiseiler.com/concerts/concerts99.html
Extractions: Besides being the birthplace of Mozart, a renowned cultural capital, and a city of beauty, Salzburg is the city that shaped my musical influences. Though I was born in Japan, I was steeped in the musical culture of Salzburg throughout my childhood and student years. So, like me, this series comes to Toronto via Salzburg. I hope you enjoy being part of this wonderful music. Canada's premier horn player James Sommerville, Japanese sensation, pianist Ikuyo Nakamichi, and violinist Mayumi Seiler join forces in a collaboration spanning three continents. Mr. Sommerville, recently appointed Principal Horn with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, has recently won a Juno award. Just prior to her appearance at Glenn Gould Studio, Ms. Nakamichi will perform as soloist with the National Arts Centre Orchestra under the baton of Pinchas Zuckerman. The programme here includes Beethoven's Horn Sonata op. 17, Brahm's Violin Sonata op.108, and Mendelssohn's Variations Serieuses for Piano. The centrepiece of the concert will be one of the most beautiful works in the chamber music repertoire, Brahm's Trio op. 40 for Horn, Violin and Piano. Friday March 31, 2000 8 p.m.
Extractions: Other Violinist Links R Rabin, Michael (May 2/1936 - Jan 19/1972) USA Discovering Michael Rabin Have you forgotten God? Michael Rabin Forum Rachlin, Julian (Dec 8/1974 - ) Lithuania/Austria Julian Rachlin Interview Radosavievich, Dragan (Jul 12/1974 - ) Serbia/Germany Renardy, Ossy (Apr 26/1920 - Dec 3/1953) Austria Repin, Vadim (Aug 31/1971 - ) Russia/Belgium Vadim Repin Homepage Fan site with biography, discography, critical acclaim, concert information and BBS (
MUSIQUE > Violonistes Martin Foster, biographie; mayumi seilerClassical Music Violin-Toronto,Canada- mayumi seiler-German,Japanese classical concert violinist, performs solo http://www.mylinea.com/violon/violonistes/
Glenn Gould Studio April 2003 Schedule Join us for a preconcert chat in the lobby at 715 pm on the subject of Creationand Collaboration with violinist mayumi seiler, composer Marjan Mozetich http://glenngouldstudio.cbc.ca/0305-6.html
Extractions: Tour Become a Member ... Customer Support Question / Keyword(s): Advanced Search Start A American Record Guide July 17, 1995 ... Beethoven: Coriolan Overture, Violin Concerto.(Mayumi Seiler, City ofLondon Sinfonia, Richard Hickox)(sound recording reviews) American Record Guide; July 17, 1995; French, Gilbert
Extractions: talented performers blend oboe, English horn, violin, accordion, cello, guitar, mandolin, and voice into a sound that has received much acclaim from coast to coast to coast. Quartetto Gelato is all over the universe in more ways than one: their repertoire includes Classical works, opera arias, tango, showpieces, and gypsy fiddling. They have toured North America, Sweden, and Southeast Asia, and last season the group made its Italian debut in Milan. In July, Quartetto Gelato can be heard in Cincinnati (Jul 3), at the Galway Festival (Jul 13), and in Ottawa (Jul 25). A few of their concerts during the upcoming season include Portland, OR (Sep 26); Clinton, NY (Oct 28); Pomona, NJ (Oct 31); Kansas City, MO (Dec 11); and Morrow, GA (Dec 18). The second Strings of the Future International String Quartet Festival was held in Ottawa in May and featured seventeen concerts in six days by quartets from Canada, (the Alcan, Claudel, St. Lawrence, Lafayette, Molinari, and Arthur-Leblanc) and abroad (the Arditti, Chilingirian, St. Petersburg, Prazak, and Auryn). The festival also included a series of masterclasses, lectures, round-table discussions, pre-concert talks, and public readings of new works. The next Strings of the Future, in May 2001, is entitled
MUSISCOPE - Instrumentistes - Violon Perlman, Itzhak; Rosand, Aaron contains discography, audioclips, biography,and reviews for the American violinist. seiler, mayumi - features biography http://www.musiscope.com/violon.htm
Extractions: Accueil Instrumentistes Sites en Français Web sites in English Bell, Joshua - provides biography, discography, and tour schedule for the American violinist and composer. Cerovsek, Corey - up and coming violinist. Chang, Sarah Eisenberg, Irwin - 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony. Enescu, George - offers a brief biography, sketch, and recomended recording. Enescu, George [stefan] - provides a photo and biography for the composer and violinist. Fischer, Julia - violinist. Golan, Lawrence - provides information on the American conductor and violinist. Heifetz, Jascha (1899-1987) - offers biography and photo of the violinist. Keylin, Misha
Come Into The Parlour such as Charles Gounods Serenade, Jules Massenets Thais and GeorgesBizets Habanera. Special guest violinist mayumi seiler, who has http://www.visiontv.ca/HTML/Programs/MusicParlourEpisoeds.html
Extractions: The mother of the modern musical comedy, operetta flourished during the latter half of the 19th century. This episode features excerpts from classic comic operas of the era by Jacques Offenbach, Johann Strauss Jr. and Gilbert and Sullivan. Special guest: Kimberly Barber, a renowned mezzo-soprano who has performed at major opera houses all over North America, Great Britain, Europe and the Far East.
Come Into The Parlour luminaries of the concert and opera stage, such as lyric baritone Russell Braun,mezzosoprano Kimberly Barber, tenor Eric Shaw and violinist mayumi seiler. http://www.visiontv.ca/Media/Parlour2004.html
Extractions: Come Into the Parlour counts down the pop hits of the 19th century Release Date: December 4, 2003 Forget gangsta rap, nu-metal, goth rock and alt.country. VisionTV has something even more radical: the original pop sounds of the 1800s. On Sundays, starting Jan. 4 at 9:30 p.m. ET Come Into the Parlour , a time-traveling tour through the Victorian hit parade. The show repeats on Monday afternoons, starting Jan. 5, at 4:30 p.m. ET, and on Wednesday nights, starting Jan. 7, at 9:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. ET. Soprano Carolyn Sinclair and pianist Michael Jarvis What they played was an extraordinarily eclectic blend of genres that included classical, folk and sentimental songs, novelty music and operetta. With its broad appeal to people of many different backgrounds, parlour music was the precursor to 20th-century pop. Come Into the Parlour recreates the simple pleasures of that era: a cozy room warmed by a roaring fire, tea and sherry arrayed on the sideboard, and a group of friends raising their voices in song. The guests include Canadian luminaries of the concert and opera stage, such as lyric baritone Russell Braun, mezzo-soprano Kimberly Barber, tenor Eric Shaw and violinist Mayumi Seiler. Sinclair and Jarvis are also joined regularly in the parlour by their neighbours, mezzo-soprano Jo-Anne Bentley and baritone Peter Fisher.
I FURIOSI - 2001/02 Concert Season FURIOSI is joined by world renowned violinist mayumi seiler, whose refinedvirtuosity graces the works of the Italian masters. Prescribed http://www.ifuriosi.com/concerts0102.htm
Extractions: ecreating the Baroque in the truest sense of the word, thanks for joining I FURIOSI this season! ign up for the I FURIOSI newsletter to receive notice of our upcoming concerts Venue: Knox College Chapel Friday, October 19th, 2001, 8:00 pm Friday, November 23rd, 2001, 8:00 pm Friday, February 8th, 2002, 8:00 pm Venue: Artword Theatre Venue: Knox College Chapel Friday, May 31st, 2002, 8:00 pm Tickets at the door: Friday, October 19th, 2001, 8:00 pm
Washingtonpost.com: Concerts 202842-6941. mayumi seiler violinist, and fortepianist KennethSlowik, Sunday at 730. Hall of Musical Instruments, National http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A6481-2004May6?language=printer
Toronto Life - This Month violinist mayumi seiler joins the orchestra in a North American premiere of BeethovensKonzerstück for Violin and Orchestra. Robert Harris. www.tso.on.ca. http://www.torontolife.com/thismonth/listing.cfm?listing_id=6895
The Globe And Mail However, on Thursday night, mayumi seiler of Via Salzburg manage to put togethera group of brilliant firstrate seiler is a fine violinist, as she proved http://www.globeandmail.com/servlet/ArticleNews/TPStory/LAC/20031025/SALZ25/TPEn