Eye - HWG: Welcome To Winter! - 11.25.99 GARNET ROGERS See Dec. 17. JAMES SOMMERVILLE Principal horn of the Boston SymphonyOrchestra performs with pianist Ikuyo Nakamichi and violinist mayumi seiler. http://www.eye.net/eye/issue/issue_11.25.99/plus/hwg-listings.html
Extractions: eye - Welcome to winter! More activities, concerts and snowy fun than you can shake an icicle at THURSDAY, NOV. 25 African music ensemble plays a benefit for AMREF Canada, a fund for health development in Africa. $10. BamBoo, 312 Queen W. CANADIAN SONGBOOK OF TENOR As part of the Faculty Artist Series, tenor Darryl Edwards performs in a recital featuring songs written by some of the leading composers on this side of the pond. 8pm. $10/$20. Edward Johnson Bldg., 80 Queen's Pk. Cr., U of T. 978-3744. CELTIC/FOLK MUSIC Winnie, Lady of the Dulcimer, plays Celtic, medieval and Christmas music. 6:30-9:30pm. The Vegetarian Restaurant, 2849 Dundas W. 762-1204. HUGH CORNWELL Former singer-guitarist for the Stranglers keeps pursuing his solo career. Local psycho-blues man Starvin' Hungry opens. $12. Lee's Palace, 529 Bloor W. 532-1598. HEALTH FAIR Interactive presentations for the whole family on active living, sports medicine, pain management, health and nutrition. 1pm. Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills. 696-3127. GIDON KREMER World-renowned violinist performs work by Peteris Vaks, Ennio Morricone, Giya Kancheli, Giancinto Scelsi, Alfred Schnittke, Astor Piazzolla. 8pm. $37-$55. George Weston Recital Hall, Ford Centre, 5040 Yonge. 870-8000.
The Japan Society - Events (Past) January 24 (Wednesday) to January 25 violinist Kyoko Takezawa Performs with theToronto Symphony Box Office at 416205-5555 or go to www.mayumi.seiler.com to http://www.japansocietycanada.com/events/events2001.html
CBC Radio | Take Five | Concerts | December Anton Kuerti, in recital with two emerging talents, violinist Erika Raum and 22 2004From Old Almonte Town Hall, Almonte, Ontario mayumi seiler, Violin, Walter http://www.cbc.ca/takefive/concerts/april.html
Extractions: "The Four Seasons Reinvented" an eclectic program based on a fresh look at Vivaldis Four Season, alongside Celtic jigs and Bulgarian folk music. Called "the violinist of the twenty-first century" by Yehudi Menuhin, Gilles Apap evokes excitement wherever he performs. Together with his distinctive chamber ensemble (double bass, cimbalom, accordion), he is becoming known around the world for his exceptional talent of incorporating styles of music as diverse as American bluegrass and Gypsy fiddling with the standards of the classical repertoire. Music of a devout nature, both classical and contemporary, is featured as two Vancouver ensembles make their Glenn Gould Studio debuts. The twelve-member vocal ensemble known as musica intima, and the fourteen instrumentalists of Pacific Baroque Orchestra are led by violinist Marc Destrubé. Also joining them is oboe soloist Philippe Magnan
Http://cbc.ca/insite//////// violinist mayumi seiler is joined by cellist Steven Isserlis for music byBach, Sir John Tavener, Lord Benjamin Britten, Ravel and Carl Vine. http://www.cbc.ca/insite/TAKE_FIVE_TORONTO/2002/10/22.html
Discoveries Mozetichs Concerto for Bassoon Strings with mayumi seiler and the seiler StringsChamber A lot of the credit must go to English violinist Rachel Podger http://www.thewholenote.com/wholenote_jun_03/discoveries.html
Extractions: Concert prep - CDs, new or otherwise, which tie in with events being featured in the current issue of the magazine. Note that many discs in the other categories also relate to upcoming events as noted; New and Recent Releases newly released CDs relevant to our magazines coverage of the music scene; Worth Repeating CDs newly re-issued, or previously released but still generally available, deemed particularly noteworthy by a member of our editorial panel; Indie list Small label and independent release CDs, often featuring individuals or groups active on the local music scene. Disc(s) of the month Discs of special interest, often with a particular connection to the months concert activities.
Getaway BC Ensemble led by former Borodin Quartet firstviolinist Mikhail Kopelman seiler StringsChamber Orchestra via Salzburg featuring mayumi seiler, artistic director http://www.getawaybc.com/story.cgi?id=1772§ion=4
Ottawa Chamber Music Society mayumi seiler violin Walter Delahunt - piano. The Canadian debut of one of theworld s great string quartets with their new first violinist, Martin Beaver. http://www.chamberfest.com/english/festival/schedule2002.html
Extractions: ABOUT SCHEDULE TICKETS VENUES ... SPONSORS This summer from July 27 to August 10, visit the 9th annual Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival for a dazzling array of 112 concerts to choose from in just over two weeks! Over 200 acclaimed musicians of international standing will be performing in the world's largest chamber music festival . Presented in informal settings in some of downtown Ottawa's most beautiful heritage churches, the Festival's goal is to provide classical music of the highest order at affordable prices. To see a specific schedule, click on calendar date or scroll down to view all dates. Saturday July 27 8:00 p.m. An Evening with Angela Hewitt (Pass-Plus)
CBC Toronto - Music Around Us including Peter Oundjian, Bramwell Tovey, Edgar Meyer, Shauna Rolston, mayumi seiler,and Peter Wiley This November, he will tour Europe as the violinist of the http://toronto.cbc.ca/musicaroundus/players/bowman2.jsp
Le Baiser De Lafée (The Fairy S Kiss) David Atherton, Conductor mayumi seiler, Violin. Before She Was Sixteen Whenviolinist Hilary Hahn Readied Herself Since American violinist Hilary Hahn http://www.hkpo.com/eng/about/recordings/07baiser.jsp
Adjudicators As a former violinist of the Villa Marteau Quintet, he has toured Tortelier, JenoJando, James Ehnes, Steven Dann, Ronald Leonard, mayumi seiler, Wolfgang Meyer http://www.ottawakiwanismusicfestival.com/adjudicators.html
Calendrier: Septembre 1998 / Calendar: September 1998 Translate this page mayumi seiler, violin, Marsha Elliott, Charmaine Chaddock, flutes, Mooredale FestivalOrchestra Young pianist falls in love with famous but married violinist. http://collection.nlc-bnc.ca/100/201/300/scena_musicale/html/1998/sm4-1/sm4-1Cal
Extractions: MONTRÉAL, LAVAL, LANAUDIÈRE ET ENVIRONS AND AREA SEPTEMBRE 12h30. St.James United Church, 463 Ste-Catherine O. EL. Philip Crozier, orgue Patrick Wedd, organ 19h. Cinémathèque Québécoise. 4-6$. Lamprecht: Slums of Berlin (Allemagne, 1925, 105 min, muet, avec Bernhard Goetzke, Paul Bildt, Aud Egede Nissen), Sylvia Moscovitz, piano 19h30. Couvent de la Présentation-de-Marie, 1395 Notre-Dame, St-Césaire. 15$. Festival Classique du Bois-des-Quatre-Lieux (aussi le 26). Händel. La Chapelle de Montréal (ensemble vocal et instrumental baroque). 529-9896
Classical Music - Andante - Web Directory Excerpt mayumi seilerClassical Music Violin-Toronto, Canada See cached version. repertoire,biography, reviews, links, and albums for the Israeli violinist. http://www.andante.com/Directories/Web/index.cfm?iTopID=17&iPage=3
MAGIC CASTLE MUSIC violinist Julia Wedman studied at the University of Western Ontario, Indiana Universityat Bloomington and the She is currently a student of mayumi seiler. http://www.magiccastle.ca/Description.htm
Extractions: WHO WE ARE: Magic Castle Music is the brainchild of a group of some of Canada's finest young musicians. It was conceived out of a strong love for chamber music and the desire to share this wonderful, entertaining medium with smaller communities in an interactive and informal context. Their aim is to play their favourite music by their favourite composers with the underlying spirit of fun and friendship (in fact, most of this music was written to be played at home among friends). After the concert join us for food, drinks, and conversation. Where are they now? MAGIC CASTLE MUSICIANS: Aisslinn Nosky , a native of Nanaimo, B.C. studied at the Glenn Gould Professional School of the Royal Conservatory of Music with Lorand Fenyves. She now freelances around the Toronto area and has played in the National Ballet Orchestra and The Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Aisslinn was a member of the Metro String Quartet for six years and is now a member of the Via Salzberg Chamber Orchestra and I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble. More Details Violinist Julia Wedman studied at the University of Western Ontario, Indiana University at Bloomington and the University of Toronto. She is currently a student of Mayumi Seiler. Julia has been a member of the Bomari String Quartet. Julia toured with the Aradia Ensemble last summer and has recorded two CDs with them on the Naxos label.
Carnegie Hall - Calendar Of Events homage to the 60s Fluxus art movement, violinist Tom Chiu founded the Flux Quartet in 1996 Current projects include mayumi Seilers Via Salzburg Chamber Orchestra, where he is http://www.carnegiehall.org/index.jsp?uuid=479FEBF6BE557CC9-10597571429449440&am
I FURIOSI - Biographies Julia WedmanViolinist Julia Wedman brings an infectious vitality to of Toronto scritically acclaimed chamber orchestra seiler Strings, led by mayumi seiler. http://www.ifuriosi.com/bio.htm
Extractions: email@example.com In addition to being a founding member of I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble , baroque cellist Felix Deak showcases his career as a freelance musician with orchestras and chamber ensembles, including Toronto's Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and new Montreal-based baroque orchestra Le Nouvele Sinfonie led by Hervé Niquet. Felix can be heard on CBC Radio Two in performances, and has made recording for various labels at home and abroad. firstname.lastname@example.org Soprano Gabrielle McLaughlin attended McGill University in the Early Music Performance programme under Allen Fast and Valerie Kinslow. In Montreal, she worked as a member of Concerto della Donnae as well as Cappella Antica. She currently lives in Toronto with her two daughters where she has studied under Ann Monoyios and has been a member of the Tafelmusik Chamber Choir. Gabrielle has performed in England and abroad where her voice has been praised by Emma Kirkby and Nigel Rogers. Ensembles she has worked with include Les Violons du Roy, Arcady and the Sacred Music Society. Gabrielle performs as a soloist in Toronto with I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble , as well as with Arbor Oak. To the people who ask the most-frequently-asked-question (How do you get such a huge voice out of such a small body?) she says: I studied the constructs of the
WHERE.ca: Halifax - Features - Sweet Sounds In the Celebrity Series, conductor Raffi Armenian and violinist mayumi Seilerjoin the Symphony on January 20, while conductor Bernhard Gueller and mezzo http://www.where.ca/halifax/article_feature.cfm?listing_id=10
New Page 1 The seiler Strings Chamber Orchestra was founded by renowned violinist Mayumiseiler to perform gems of the vast string orchestra repertoire. http://kctc.ca/Calendar.htm
Extractions: Kiwanis Community Theatre Centre Schedule Tickets are available at the Box Office Order tickets on line. (Available soon) February 27 at 8:00 pm: Seiler Strings Chamber Orchestra , Algoma Conservatory, in the Kiwanis Community Theatre. 28 at 8:00 pm: Ron James Shantero Productions , in the Kiwanis Community Theatre. March 27 at 8:00pm: Karen Hughes , Mezzo-Soprano, at Central united Church. April 20 to 24 at 8:00pm: Romeo and Juliet , Theatre SMC, at St, Mary's Theatre. 24 at 8:00pm: Musical Kaleidoscope , Orchestral Favorites and Winner of Sault Symphony Young Artists' Concerto Competition, at St. Jerome's Church, ON. May 12-15 at 8:00 pm: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum Dir. Tim Murphy. Musical Comedy Guild, in the Kiwanis Community Theatre. 24th Weekend: QUONTA DRAMA FESTIVAL : Check back for details. June 13 from noon to sunset: Musicfest XI , at the Roberta Bondar Pavilion. Seiler Strings Chamber Orchestra Friday, February 27, 2004 - 8 pm - Kiwanis Theatre Centre. The Seiler Strings Chamber Orchestra was founded by renowned violinist Mayumi Seiler to perform gems of the vast string orchestra repertoire. The 15 member orchestra boasts some of Toronto's top professional musicians and has met with critical acclaim. The Algoma Conservatory was fortunate to have engaged this outstanding ensemble as they pass through Sault Ste. Marie for a west coast concert tour.
Opus Pocus, The Magic Of Music week s notice. The organisers were able to call upon violinist MayumiSeiler and pianist Walter Delahunt to substitute. Their program http://opuspocus.ca/reviews/performance/review040124.htm
Extractions: What Concerts Almonte presents a violin and piano recital Who Mayumi Seiler, violin; Walter Delahunt, piano Where Almonte Old Town Hall When 24 January 2004 Violinist Malcolm Lowe, concertmaster of the Boston Symphony and the scheduled guest artist for Saturday's Concerts Almonte recital, was taken ill and had to cancel with barely a week's notice. The organisers were able to call upon violinist Mayumi Seiler and pianist Walter Delahunt to substitute. Their program, though entirely different from the one Lowe was to present with pianist Paul Stewart, was a delight. In her introductory remarks, Seiler discussed the pros and cons of doing "cancellation concerts." One thing she particularly likes about them is the feeling of spontaneity. The feeling was evident in
Glenn Gould Studio March 1999 Schedule violin This allMendelssohn program features the dazzling Canadian violinist MayumiSeiler performing Mendelssohns Concerto for violin and orchestra in D http://glenngouldstudio.cbc.ca/9903.html
Extractions: At the end of the 20th century, and the dawn of a new one, do we need a new understanding of God? Come and be part of the live studio audience for a spirited debate organized by the CBC Radio's Tapestry. Join Canadians from across the country who will be grappling with issues that cut to the heart of religious and spiritual experience, whether they be traditional believers, skeptics, or searchers who feel we need to replace the "old" story of God with a new