Current Season Orchestra, whose program Via Salzburg will be featured in NOCCAs fourthconcert of the season, was founded by violinist mayumi seiler in Toronto. http://www.members.shaw.ca/nocca/current.html
Flux Quartet Profile DJ Spooky, JeanClaude Risset, and Tiny Tim, as featured violinist on his Currentprojects include mayumi seiler s Via Salzburg Chamber Orchestra, where he is http://www.colbertartists.com/ArtistBio.asp?ID=12
Biographies - Teachers/interpreters A first violinist with the Montreal Symphony Orchestra for twelve years, AnneRobert currently leads a successful threefold career on the mayumi seiler. http://www.arts-orford.org/en/popup_bios.html
Extractions: Lorand Fenyves An outstanding soloist, Lorand Fenyves has delighted crowds with virtuosic violin performances undertaken with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and the Israel Philharmonic. In 1993, he performed at Austria's Haydn-Riegger Festival alongside Canino and Schiff and toured Europe twice in 1998. Yet it is perhaps as a professor that he has made his greatest impression on the musical community. Founder of the Israel String Quartet, professor at the Toronto University, Fenyves has given master classes in Europe, North America, and Japan. Maurizio Fuks Violin professor at Indiana University, Mr. Fuks began his violin studies in his native Uruguay. After graduating from the Juilliard School of Music where he studied with Joseph Fuchs and Ivan Galamian, he furthered his training with Jasha Heifetz. Now retired from a distinguished international career as concertmaster, chamber musician, and soloist, he devotes himself entirely to teaching. He is a regular visiting professor at the Hochschule Mozarteum Salzburg, the University of Limerick in Ireland, the Royal Academy of Music and the Yehudi Menuhin School in London, and gives master classes all over the world. Mauricio Fuks is regarded as one of the finest violin teachers of our time.
Canadian Jewish News events and venues, both as amateurs and professionals, have been called very promisingyoung Canadians by mayumi seiler, international violinist and artistic http://www.cjnews.com/pastissues/02/apr11-02/community/community1.htm
Extractions: William, 14, and Andrea, 15, began their string studies at age four and five respectively. The duo, who have performed at numerous public events and venues, both as amateurs and professionals, have been called "very promising young Canadians" by Mayumi Seiler, international violinist and artistic director of the Via Saltzburg concert series. Up until a year ago, they were entering competitions to get performing experience, and collecting a multitude of awards. This past year, their fourth at both the Kiwanis and Peel Festivals, Andrea and William entered as soloists and as a chamber duo, and came home with 13 first prizes out of 13 classes between the two of them.
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Celebrating Women And Song Performers include violinist mayumi seiler of Toronto, violinist Erica Raum, alsoof Toronto, Vancouver bassoonist Christopher Millard, Canadian pianist http://www.uottawa.ca/services/markcom/gazette/020111/020111-art03-e.html
Extractions: About U of O Prospective Students Students Services ... Gazette Archives Printable Version January 11, 2002 Celebrating women and song Marlene Orton Musicians from across the country will converge on the University of Ottawa later this month to celebrate the works of women whose names have sometimes been overshadowed by their better-known male counterparts. The festival features a series of lectures and eight concerts with music culled from nearly 800 years of work by women. They range from the sacred chants and musical plays of the 12th century abbess Hildegard von Bingen to the so-called second Canadian national anthem the Hockey Night in Canada Theme, composed by Vancouver native Dolores Claman in 1968. The festival is a collaboration of the Ottawa Chamber Music Society, the University of Ottawa and the Association of Canadian Women Composers, which was formed in 1980 and has grown to become a national network. Seven new works by Canadian women will premiere during the festival. Weve never had, in our entire history as an organization, even one concert exclusively devoted to music by women, says Julian Armour, artistic director of the chamber music society. We play lots of music by women. But if you go through the history of music, you will see composer after composer who is instantly recognized, and they are for the most part men. Amour is often asked why women dont write more music. Women, he says, have written a lot of music, but in every country and in every period in history, there have been women with phenomenal talents who were discouraged from writing music.
Highbury & Islington Express Maxim Vengerov, Miriam Fried, Erich Gruenberg, DongSuk Kang, mayumi seiler, thecellist of the age, with French jazz violinist Didier Lockwood and Hungarian http://www.islingtonexpress.co.uk/archived/2004/0213/whatson/asp/music2.asp
Extractions: The Online Edition of the Home News Sport Features ... Subscribe Competitors from all over the globe, from as young as 12 years old, descend upon England for one of the most important violin competitions in the world... and the man in charge is a pianist. By David Sonin. It might appear an unusual situation when a pianist is placed in charge of one of the most important international violin competitions, but then all becomes clear when he is Gordon Back, a musician whose whole career has been bound string and bow to the fiddle. he adds. This time round Gordon has been at the really sharp end with responsibility for the organisation of the competition after its 20 years based in Folkestone, on the South Coast. Gordon recalls. hopefuls. They represent the cream of the talent from acclaimed conservatories for violin studies around the world. The responsibility of judging will fall to a distinguished jury which includes violinists Maxim Vengerov, Miriam Fried, Erich Gruenberg, Dong-Suk Kang, Mayumi Seiler, the cellist Raphael Wallfisch and the pianist Paul Badura-Skoda. performance at all levels and in all styles.
Peoplesound.de Translate this page Ein ganz eigene Sprache spricht der außergewöhnliche violinist David Juritz Cityof London Sinfonia - Richard Hickox - mayumi seiler mehr Mendelssohn Violin http://de.peoplesound.com/music/klassik/orchester/
Musíqa At Rothko Chapel: Performers JESSE MILLS (Violin) The Strad Magazine has praised violinist Jesse Mills Currentprojects include mayumi seiler s Via Salzburg Chamber Orchestra, where he is http://www.musiqahouston.org/2001/performers.html
Extractions: Partly as an homage to the 60's Fluxus art movement, violinist Tom Chiu founded the FLUX Quartet in 1996 with a quest similar to some of the original Fluxus artists: a search for a living art for all people with an embracing "anything-goes" spirit. To that end, FLUX has always been committed to projects of unique vision that defy aesthetic categorizations. One such project is Morton Feldman's String Quartet No. 2. Lasting more than six continuous hours, it was "a disorienting, transfixing experience that repeatedly approached and touched the sublime." (Alex Ross, The New Yorker) Ms. Bennett is known as an extremely gifted exponent of contemporary music. Her extensive repertoire includes numerous world premieres, many written especially for her. Ensembles with whom she has appeared in modern works include the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, the New York New Music Ensemble, Da Camera of Houston, Orchestra X, the Metamorphosen Chamber Orchestra,, Dinosaur Annex, the Boston Musica Viva, Collage, the Quarteto Latino-Americano, and the Borromeo, Mendelssohn, and Boston Composers' String Quartets.
The Review: September 1997 Music in the Morning presents violinist mayumi seiler and pianist Rena Sharon at10 am from September 23rd through the 26th at the Vancouver Academy of Music. http://members.aol.com/efaro26164/september.html
Extractions: Also in this issue are reviews of Arts Club Theatre's Red Rock Diner which will run for the entire month of September; last month's successful run of The Fantasticks Kidsummer: August 1997 , which include Carousel Theatre's production of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream and a visit to the Vancouver Art Gallery.
July 1997 Review production a musical that makes history! Music in the Morning begins its thirteenthseason September 23, 1997 with violinist mayumi seiler and pianist Rena http://members.aol.com/efaro26164/july.html
Extractions: In other news, Livent Inc. presents the National Ballet of Canada's production of Karen Kain-The Farewell Tour, September 24-27, 1997 to celebrate her retirement as a Principal Dancer in this company. Ms. Kain said: "After 27 years with The National Ballet of Canada, I can honestly say that I have some sadness, but no regrets." Andrew Lloyd Webber's JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHICOLOR DREAMCOAT takes the stage at the Ford Centre for the Performing Arts starring the new 'Techni-Triumph' David Burnham. Previews begin September 21, 1997.
J&A Beare Dallas In New York, the great violinist Isaac Stern is a fervent admirer. With Beare s help,the young violinists Tasmin Little, mayumi seiler, and Nigel Kennedy have http://www.beares.com/newsletter1.htm
Extractions: Our London office has moved! After many years on Broadwick Street, we are delighted to be moving to a more spacious premises in central London at 30 Queen Anne Street , situated close to Wigmore Hall. We are confident that you will find our new address to be a far more convenient and comfortable location. The new telephone number is (0)20-7307-9666. We look forward to serving you! Charles Beare had the honor of chairing the jury of the 9th International Triennial Competition for bowed instruments in Cremona during September. The instruments were on view in a public exhibition at the Cremona Chamber of Commerce until mid-October. The firm also provided many of the instruments for the Exhibition, which followed the competition and featured examples of violin making in the city from the Amati family onwards.
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[Bph-announce] New Music Series: Come Into The Parlour Mezzosoprano Kimberley Barber, violinist Julie Baumgartel, mezzo-soprano Jo-Anne TerryMcKenna, clarinettist Colin Savage, violinst mayumi seiler, tenor Eric http://www.salmar.com/pipermail/bph-announce/2003-December/000012.html
October 2001 - Online Newsletter Founded and led by acclaimed violinist mayumi seiler and featured in the popularchamber music series Via Salzburg at Glenn Gould Studio, this 15 member http://www.fourinfo.com/newsletter/nov02.htm
Extractions: Adoption Council of Canada Conferences HALIBURTON EVENTS Boat Donation Family Services has received the biggest single donation yet - 10 brand new whitewater kayaks. This $16,500 gift is from their long-time supporter, Wildrock Outfitters in Peterborough. Wildrock has supported Family Services kayaking program for the past 2 years with their sponsorship of WERK - the Wildrock Equipment Rescue Kampaign. WERK has already given FSHC 4 wetsuits, 6 sprayskirts, 10 helmets, paddles and numerous other pieces of kayaking equipment. The equipment is used for the Tuesday evening paddling club, and loaned to teens for extended periods for personal use. This new donation will dramatically increase opportunities for young folks to take up this exciting sport.
Extractions: s a t u r d a y , d e c e m b e r Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday ... Wednesday Concerts BLUE RODEO in funder, Palais Royale, sold out. 870-8000. Clubs Thursday, December 28 BARCODE Hey Stella. BLACK SWAN Handsome Devils. CHICK 'N DELI David Murphy Band. CLUB OV'S WEST Oliver Towne. COMFORT ZONE Jungle Party. FREE TIMES CAFE Matt Cooper. GATE 403 Tina Hartt/Murray Reid Jazz Duo. GATSBY'S Grant Reynolds. GROSSMAN'S Gord X Band. HOTEL INTER-CONTINENTAL Paul Wurster. LEE'S PALACE Vital Rain. LE SAINT-TROPEZ Andree Bernard. MAD APPLES David Hutchison Quartet. MONARCHS PUB Whitehouse. MONTREAL BISTRO Jim Galloway Trio. ORIGINALS Tom Barlow Band. RANCHO RELAXO Fukerman. REPLAY'S Jam w/ Tony Springer. RESERVOIR LOUNGE Janice Hagan. REX Mat w/ Kevin Quain, and Kenny Kirkwood's Kite eve. RHODES San Murata/Mark Zaret. RIVOLI Comedy w/ Riot Act. ROSEWATER SUPPER CLUB John Roby. ST LOUIS Hip Kings. SILVER DOLLAR Sparkjiver. TOM JONES James Ambrose. Friday, December 29 APPLEBY'S Table 69. BAMBOO Small Axe.
Extractions: j u s t a n n o u n c e d MAYA FRASER TAFELMUSIK W/ PAUL O'DETTE lute, Trinity-St. Paul's Centre (through Jan 20, and Jan 21 at 3:30 pm), $26-$50. 964-6337. ELMER ISELER SINGERS present Chorale On Campus, Walter Hall (U of T), $6-$12. 978-3744. STUDENT COMPOSERS perform, Walter Hall (U of T, noon), free. 978-3744. JAZZ PHARMACY AND THE INHABITANTS Rivoli, $10. 532-7224. ETOBICOKE SWING ORCHESTRA w/ KATHY THOMPSON Boulevard Club (noon), $40-$75. 410-1570. JOAN BAEZ, DAVE CARTER AND TRACY GRAMMAR Convocation Hall, postponed until further notice. STEPHEN FEARING, BLAISE PASCAL, ERIn BENJAMIN, LORRAINE LAWSON and guests as part of Bluebird North, Rivoli, $12. 596-1908. VOCAL/PIANO DUOS Walter Hall (U of T, noon), free. 978-3744. KING CHANGO Lee's Palace, $15-$17. 532-1598. VOICE STUDENTS perform, Walter Hall (U of T, noon), free. 978-3744. NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL Victoria College Chapel (at 7 and 8 pm and Feb 11 at 2, 3:30 and 5:30 pm), free. 978-3744. VALDY AND GARY FJELLGAARD Tranzac Club, $14-$16. 410-3655. STEREOPHONICS seated acoustic performance, Opera House, $17.50. 870-8000.