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1. "She Has A Dreamlike Reliability In Dealing With Musical Logic
Die Welt, Berlin "The young violinist prooved her artistic qualities very impressively with the interpretation of Max Bruch's gminor concerto.

2. MUSIQUE Violinists
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7. Felix Khuner:1906-1991, A Violinist's Journey: Interview With Felix Khuner
So I took the very expensive crystal wine glass and said, You see, this is avery expensive Crawford elisabeth S derstrom I thought was very good
[History of Interview by C. Crawford] [Introduction by T. Heimberg]
I EARLY YEARS: 1906-1926
[Interview 1: October 25, 1989]
Birth and Family
Crawford: Let's start our conversation today by talking about your life in Vienna, your early years, your birth, your family.
Khuner: Well, my family on both sides come from Moravia, southern Moravia, to wit, a little hamlet by the name of Bisenz [now called Bzenec, in Czechoslovakia], where the Khuners (that's my father's family) and the Frankls (my grandmother's family) come from. My mother's come from northern Moravia, from Moravksa Ostrava. Now, the German population in Moravia were practically exclusively Jewish. The Czechs were the native population and the German-speaking were the Jews. And they tried to get to Vienna, because in Vienna you had much more chance to improve yourself, financially and culturally, in civilization; Vienna was the capital. So both the family of my father and my mother emigratedI think my grandfather on my father's side, and my mother on my mother's side, went to Vienna. And they both were quite musical, they liked music, they went to concerts, they learned their instruments. My mother was quite a good violinist; my father was a fair violinist, a little of a pianist, and he played the flute; and they played in amateur orchestras. And they wanted to have a son who was a musician. At that time the Philharmonic conductor was Felix Weingartner, and my mother said I was named after him because he was so fascinating a conductor. So, I obviously was very talented. My fingers were fast, I had very good ears, a good memory; I could read music before I could read German. And when my father and mother played sonatas, and they didn't quite know what the rhythms were, and so I could help them. I was about five years old at that time.

8. Dateline
Ebendorf uses found materials — crab claws, sea glass, plastic, London”with Christoph Von Dohnanyi, conductor and violinist elisabeth Batiashvili.
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11. Art And Humanities
Decals on glass. Design your own drinking glass and plate with colorful decals . violinist elisabeth Adkins and pianist Edward Newman appear in a duo
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Select a category to your left under "What's Going On?" Then select a month above. All September 15 - 29 2005 Glen Echo Park
Photoworks Faculty Speaks Out Free lectures by Photoworks faculty. Staff display their personal work, talk about their work process and photo experiences. Come see the professional and varied work by Photoworks faculty. Light refreshments served. Thursday evening lecture series through October 27 from 7:30 to 9 p.m. (no lecture October 13).
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Strathmore Fine Art presents the National League of American Pen Women in the Invitational Gallery at Strathmore. The League promotes the development of creative talents of professional women artists, writers, dramatists, lecturers and composers. Gallery hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Wednesday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; and Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. The exhibition runs from September 8-October 1.

12. News & Media: Belmont Camerata Musicale Featured In Sunday Paper
First of all, they re aware that artistic director and violinist elisabeth Smallwill and the decibel levels would break the glass, Small says.
November 10, 2003
Belmont Camerata Musicale featured in Sunday paper
Tennessean arts writer Alan Bostick profiles a performance by the Belmont Camerata Muscale in this piece that ran Sunday. When it comes to the Belmont Camerata Musicale, there are a few things fans of the group know they can count on. First of all, they're aware that artistic director and violinist Elisabeth Small will fashion a challenging, imaginative program that steers clear of the ordinary. Second, the players, typically Belmont faculty members and their guests, will offer a committed, practiced reading. And third, the setting, usually the elegant confines of Belmont Mansion, will only add to the experience. Small and the Camerata are back in action tomorrow night, and the only thing that's different this time is the venue. The one deviation from the winning formula is that tomorrow's concert will take place not in the mansion but in the adjacent Massey Auditorium, deemed more appropriate for this particular program. Why?

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The young violinist prooved her artistic qualities very impressively with the Sounds full of poetic magic and passion were flowing from her Violin
"She has a dreamlike reliability in dealing with musical logic together with a perfect bowing style and a natural attack." "Her tone is filled with superb elegance and deep feeling, but you also won't miss heartier sounds." Der Tagesspiegel, Berlin "Her noble silver-like tone and her calm as well as enthusiastic charisma met the Mozart sound with secure musical instinct." Mannheimer Morgen "One just waited, almost addicted, for the new entry of the music and enjoyed the perfection of the performance." Die Welt, Berlin "The young violinist prooved her artistic qualities very impressively with the interpretation of Max Bruch's g-minor concerto. She concentrates on an noble timbre of sound that captures the audience's attention with various colors. The security of her left hand leaves nothing to be desired, her vibrato discriminatingly serves her expressiveness. Her elegant and flexible bowing is a pleasure to watch. She reaped much enthusiasm with her mature skills and musical seriousness." Rheinpfalz "Sounds full of poetic magic and passion were flowing from her Violin"

14. Special Events For The Year 1941
Born , 09/20/1941, Dale Chihuly, Tacoma Wash, artist in glass (Louis Tiffany Born , 06/07/1941, Jaime Laredo, Bolivia, violinist (Qn elisabeth of
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Born : Alan Feinstein, NYC, actor (Max-Berrengers, Family Tree) Born : Alan Mullery, English soccer player Born : Albert J Evenhuis, Dutch sect of Economic (VVD) Born : Aleksandr Ragulin, USSR, ice hockey play (Olympic-gold-1964, 68, 72) Born : Alf Clausen, Minneapolis Mn, orch leader (Mary, Simpsons) Born : Allan Carr, Ill, director (Grease, Happiest Millionaire) Born : Anatoliy Firssov, USSR, ice hockey play (Olympic-gold-1964, 68, 72) Born : Andres Garcia, Santo Domingo Dom Rep, actor (Tiger Shark) Born : Born : Anita Lonsbrough, England, 200m backstroke swimmer (Oly-gold-1960) Born : Ann Dore McLaughlin, US Secretary of Labor (1987- ) Born : Ann Winterton, British MP Born : Ann-Margret, Valsjobya Sweden, actress (Carnal Knowledge, Tommy) Born : Anne Tyler, American writer (Accidental Tourist) Born : Anthony Newman, LA Calif, harpsichordist/organist (Bhajeb) Born : Baroness Hollis of Heigham, history lecturer (U of East Anglia) Born : Barrett Strong, Detroit, singer (Money, That's What I Want)

15. UK Naxos Quotes December 2004 8.559402 Weill The Eternal Road
“The Norwegian violinist brings a deep understanding to Sibelius and to the “The combination of elisabeth Grümmer and elisabeth Schwarzkopf as Hänsel
UK Naxos Quotes December 2004 8.559402 Weill The Eternal Road
“Barbara Rearick is gorgeous as Miriam and Ruth, Constance Hauman and Ian DeNolfo are wonderful in the big duet for Jacob and Rachel and Karl Dent is the dignified Rabbi. Gerald Schwarz’s conducting is refined and passionate, and there is some electrifying choral singing from the Ernst Senff Choir, above all, in the vast fugue that follows the scene between Abraham and Isaac. Great stuff, much of it profoundly moving – all we need now is the rest.” Tim Ashley, The Guardian, 3/12/04 8.559409 MIlhaud Service Sacré
“Gerard Schwarz and his forces warm to Milhaud’s inspiration and their fervent efforts have been cleanly captured by the microphones. Rewarding; comprehensive annotation, too.” Andrew Achenbach, The Gramophone, January 2005 8.557276 Vaughan Williams Symphony No. 4
“No longer shocking, it emerges in Paul Daniel’s powerful performance as one of the most vital of Vaughan Williams’s works, at once chilling and lyrical in its forward thrust. The impact of the opening has never been sharper than here, helped by the weighty and atmospheric recording.” Edward Greenfield, The Guardian, 10/12/04

16. Venice Research - Articles
A Venetian violinist Luigi Enrico Ferro and the Vivaldi Renaissance The father was owner of one of the most important glass factory of the island,
A Venetian Violinist : Luigi Enrico Ferro and the Vivaldi Renaissance Venice is a city that enchantes every visitor by its magic and charm. Everything in this city is linked to the past with a such continuity that we feel still in life events of the far times.
Musical life during the first half of this century has been in this city, where I am fortunately living ,very important and influenced the international musical panorama of the period more than we today remember.
The violinist that more properly rappresents the Venice of this period is Luigi Enrico Ferro. He born on Murano in 1903 , the small island near Venice famous for the art - glass productions. The father was owner of one of the most important glass factory of the island, but avowing the son' s musical turn, starts him to violin school at Conservatorio of Venice " Benedetto Marcello ". On 1917, for reason dued to the first world war, Ferro leaves Venice for Milano where continues the violin study with the famous Teresina Tua ( pupil of Massart ). She understand the potentiality of the boy .Coming back in the same years to Venice, thanks to the help of Mrs. Tua , Ferro continues to study with Francesco de Guarnieri , (1867 - 1931) important violinist (pupil also of Cèsar Frank at Paris for composition studies) pupil in his turn of Raffaello Frontali ( 1849 - 1916 ),appreciated violinist in his tours with Liszt ,friend of Verdi and Wagner.
On this regard it is interesting to remark how all the famous italian violinists of the past ages have been linked inside the different italian violin schools in an unbroken chain (teacher-pupil-teacher ) that goes on in the past till Veracini , Corelli and the most important violinists of 18 th. century. Like for luthiers,also for violinists the tradition of playing has been handed down from generation to generation maintening the taste for the italian style also with the differences of the various schools an the personal contribute of the violinists.

JACQUES THIBAUD IN CONCERT CD The virtuoso French violinist Jacques Thibaud elisabeth Lutyens’ creepily atmospheric music for 1965 horror film The Skull
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TELARC CD-80631 DEBUSSY - ORCHESTRAL WORKS TELARC CD-80617 Claude Debussy THE MUSIC OF UNDERTOW - PHILIP GLASS ORANGE MOUNTAIN MUSIC OMM0016 Set in an American South untouched by time, Undertow is a uniquely American thriller film directed by David Gordon Green, starring Jamie Bell, Josh Lucas, Dermot Mulroney and Devon Alan. It tells the story of two boys being raised in a rural district by their father, who mourns the death of his wife. Further compications ensue when the hardworking father’s older ex-convict brother.pays an unexpected visit and is looking to settle an old score. Producer Edward R Pressman approached Philip Glass to write the score and after reading the script Glass visited the set in the swamps of Georgia to get a feel for the film. The resulting score combines immaculate string orchestration, the simple purity of the childrer’s voices and the gritty drone of the didgeridoo to create the atmospheric mix of mystery, sensitivity and grunge that the film required. With its tonal complexity and intensity, the score becomes as integral to the suspense-driven narrative as the character portrayal and brilliant direction contained within the film. COPLAND/HINDEMITH - ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

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19. Pasadena Symphony 2000 - 2001
At the age of thirteen, Japanese violinist Mayuko Kamio won First Prize in the2000 Young Jonathan Haas, timpani, Philip glass Jonathan Haas, timpani
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W elcome to The Pasadena Symphony's 2000-01 concert season, with eight alluring programs for your classical music pleasure. Maestro Jorge Mester, Music Director of The Pasadena Symphony, carefully selects concert repertoire and soloists, continuing the great tradition of bringing the finest music and world-class musicians to Pasadena. Mayuko Kamio, violinist
At the age of thirteen, Japanese violinist Mayuko Kamio won First Prize in the 2000 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, which included a prize of $5,000, New York and Washington debuts in the Young Concert Artists Series, plus management services for a number of years. Ms. Kamio, who was born in Osaka, Japan in 1986, began playing the violin at the age of four. During the current season, Ms. Kamio will be performing Lalo's Symphonie Espagnol as well as violin concertos by Vieuxtemps, Paganini, Glazunov, Beethoven, Mozart and Prokofieff, with orchestras throughout Japan. She will also give a number of recitals in Japan and the U.S.
Paul Tobias, cellist

20. Kennedy Center: Millennium Stage Artist Details For The Peabody Conservatory Of
competitions from the Tchaikovsky in Moscow to the Queen elisabeth of Belgium . soprano Phyllis BrynJulson, violinist Victor Danchenko, pianist Leon

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