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41. Santa Barbara School Districts: March 2002 News Archive
violinist dylana jenson will perform. All guests at An Evening of Music willreceive a complimentary ticket to the Santa Barbara Symphony s matinee
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March 2002 News Archive Thursday, March 28, 2002
Abalaye African Dance Ensemble to Perform at GVJHS On April 10, 2002, the Goleta Valley Junior High School PTA will present the Abalaye African Dance Ensemble, a group based in Orange County. Seventh-grade students will attend the cultural arts assembly at 10:40 a.m. and 8th graders will attend the same assembly at 11:35 a.m. Abalaye means "remember your ancestors" in the Yoruba language of Nigeria. This company of dynamic dancers and musicians expertly weaves this important theme throughout their program. Abalaye's performance will focus on the cultures of the Mandingo, Jola, Wolof, and Serer peoples of Senegal, Guinea, and Mali as well as the Yoruba people of Nigeria. Goleta Valley Junior High School is located at 6100 Stow Canyon Road, Goleta.

42. Grand Rapids Symphony: About: Biographies
Mr. Lockington is married to violinist dylana jenson and they reside with theirfour children in East Grand Rapids. Home Concerts - Tickets - About - News
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Download/Listen to "A Day in the Life of David Lockington" radio interview in MP3 format.

Other recent guest conducting engagements include his debuts with the Oregon, Phoenix, Columbus (Ohio), San Diego, Nashville, North Carolina, Fort Worth and Toledo symphonies. During the 2003-2004 Season, Mr. Lockington returns to the orchestras in Indianapolis, Colorado and Kansas City and makes his debut with the Toronto and Syracuse symphonies.
He began his career as principal cellist with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain. After completing his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Cambridge, he came to the U.S. on a scholarship to Yale University, where he received his Master's degree in cello performance and studied conducting with Otto Werner Mueller. Mr. Lockington was a member of the New Haven Symphony Orchestra and served as assistant principal cellist for three years with the Denver Symphony Orchestra before turning to conducting.
Mr. Lockington is married to violinist Dylana Jenson and they reside with their four children in East Grand Rapids.

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44. On The Boards - Theatre Listings - - Ambush Mag - Gay New Orleans/Gulf South
The Sounds of Scotland, concert, conducted by David Lockington and his wife,violinist dylana jenson, Orpheum Theater, 129 University Pl., Mar.
productions Volume 21/Issue 4/2003 On The Boards BAR STORIES - DRAMA! is now accepting submissions for Bar Stories , an original one-act play composed of 3 to 5 vignettes. The submission is open to any aspiring playwright(s) residing in the New Orleans Metro Area. The concept of Bar Stories is to assemble a collage of the chosen short plays to create a full one-act play. Each piece should be 5 to 15 minutes long and set in a New Orleans bar. Bar Stories will be produced by DRAMA! May 9 - 25, 2003 at Cowpokes/Barn Theatre Space. The deadline for submission is March 14. If you are interested in submitting a piece, visit for submission procedures and requirements, or call 504.948.9924. BOXAGANGA , Le Chat Noir, 715 St. Charles Ave., 504.581.5812. Wed., March 19. Features a hilarious, satirical, irreverent comedy troupe who presents sketches about American pop culture. COLD READ , Le Chat Noir, 715 St. Charles Ave., 504.581.5812. Wednesdays, at 6pm. Readings of original scripts. Theatre for writers. DRALION runs through Mar. 2, under Cirque du Soleil’s state of the art big top, the Grand Capiteau at Zephyr Field parking lot. After the immense success of Alegria at Beau Rivage Resort and Casino, Cirque du Soleil returns to the Gulf Coast and to New Orleans for the very first time with

45. Viagra Answers: White All-girl Dance Bands And Orchestras
1985) Consists mostly of biographical information about Antonia Brico(a conductor),Beverly Sills, Leontyne Price, and dylana jenson (a violinist) If I
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46. WebRing: Hub
Contains photos, sounds, filmography, biography, and more. Interview with Violinistdylana jenson dylana jenson is one of the world s greatest musicians.

dylana jenson Guest Violin Recital July 16, 2003 , 8 pm Location Auer ConcertHall, IUB Campus Cost Free *With Brian Ganz, Piano.

Series, Peoples Park Symphonic Series, IU Musical Arts Center Tuesday Farmers Market,Showers Civic Plaza, 16 dylana jenson Guest Violin Recital, Auer Concert

49. Competition
Violin dylana jenson, Kathleen Lenski, Roger Wilkie Viola Brian Dembow, WillySuore Violin dylana jenson, Jerilyn Jorgensen, Kay Kireilis
Competition General Rules Entry Shipping Rules ... Past Judges
Instrument Judges
Adolph Primavera, Fritz Reuter, Kenneth Warren
Tone Judges
Charles Avsharian, Leo Najar, Ed Szabo
Instrument Judges
Harry A. Duffy, William Moennig III, Dario D'Attili
Tone Judges
Violin: Steven Wernick, David Sackson, John Bauer
Instrument Judges
Carl Becker, Vahakn Nigogosian, Karl Roy
Bow Judges
Andrew Hill, William Salchow, Etienne Vatelot
Tone Judges Violin: Anthony Porto, Jay Allen Rosen, Alice Schoenfeld Viola: James Dunham, Pamela Goldsmith, Milton Thomas Cello: Paul Anderson, Marjorie Hart, Jeffery Solow
Instrument Judges Charles Beare, Rene Morel, Premysl Spidlen Bow Judges Bernard Millant, William Watson, Hans Weisshaar Tone Judges Violin: Harry Cykman, Betty-Jean Hagen, Isaak Vigdorchik Viola: Harold Coletta, Lois Martin, Steve Tenenbom Cello: Jesse Levy, Jeffery Solow, Paul Tobias
Instrument Judges Karl Roy, Berend Moller, Zenon Petesh Bow Judges Walter Hamma, Frank Passa, Paul Siefried Tone Judges Violin: Harry Duffy, Larry Shapiro, Premysl Spidlen

50. GVNOW - Grand Valley State University's Daily News
Eminent American violinist and Distinguished Professor of Music dylana Jensonwill perform the demanding Goldmark Violin Concerto with the Grand Rapids

51. Review: Sibelius For Dummies (Barbirolli, Jansons)
violinist Zimmermann renders a competent, and sometimes sentimental dylana JensonInterview Sergei Rachmaninoff Web Pages Robert L. Jones Photo
a Review "Sibelius For Dummies.": Excerpts from Symphony No. 1 in E-Minor, Op. 39
(II. Andante);
Finlandia, Op. 26.;
Violin Concerto in D Minor, Op. 47 (III. Allegro ma non tanto, Frank Peter Zimmermann,
Violinist ).* Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra*,
Mariss Jansons, Conductor . Recorded 1991-92. Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 43 (I. Allegretto);
The Swan of Tuonela , op. 22; Pohjola's Daughter , Op. 49; Valse Triste , Op. 44.
Halle Orchestra, Sir John Barbirolli, Conductor. Recorded 1966-67. EMI Classics 7243 5 66283 4 (Digital Stereo and [Analog Stereo, Barbirolli]).
I found this collection in the local book/cd/overpriced coffee bar that the bored, suburban sophisticates down here like to be seen at, modeling the latest in noveau beatnik, heroin-chic. This disc is part of the book/cd series put out by IDG, " for Dummies" (fill in your favourite mind-bender in space provided). Perusing the ugly, stark red-and-black on school-bus yellow graphics, I was prepared to find some really obscure and unwanted performances of the Finnish master's works that were easily re-releaseable, without having to pay royalties, such as Hans Klusenheimer conducting the Karl-Marx-Stadt Sinfonieorkester poorly recorded Iron Curtain stuff from the '60s. Instead, the Sibelius novice is treated to two of the best Sibelius interpreters in all history: From the past, Sir John Barbirolli and his Halle Orchestra, and from the present, current great Mariss Jansons. The Jansons performances on this disc are mostly superb; The

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53. Calvin College - The Artist Series
Violin and Piano dylana jenson, violin; Aviram Reichert, piano. dylana jenson Bythe time she was thirteen, dylana jenson performed with most major
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Dylana Jenson, violin ; Aviram Reichert, piano By the time she was thirteen, Dylana Jenson performed with most major orchestras in the United States and traveled to Europe and Latin America for concerts, recitals, and recordings. She was the youngest and first American woman to win the silver medal at the Tchaikovsky Competition, after which she made her Carnegie Hall debut playing the Sibelius Concerto with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra. Ms. Jenson has toured Australia and Japan and has recently performed with the Louisiana Philharmonic, Colorado Symphony, New Mexico Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, and with the Grand Rapids Symphony in its seventy-fifth anniversary concert in Carnegie Hall. Israeli pianist Aviram Reichert won the bronze medal at the tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 1997, only months after being awarded the top prize in the First Dong-A International Piano Competition in Seoul, Korea. Mr. Reichert has performed with the Jerusalem Broadcast Symphony Orchestra, Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, Chicago Sinfonietta, National Symphony of the Dominican Republic, Fort Worth Symphony, and Grand Rapids Symphony. His U.S. recital engagements have included Atlanta, San Antonio, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. Both Jenson and Reichert are currently on the music faculty at Grand Valley State University.

54. Calvin College - The Artist Series - About Us
*dylana jenson, violin; Aviram Reichert, piano. Friday, October 28, 2005 *EnsembleAmarcord (male vocal quintet). Friday, November 18, 2005 *Dallas Brass
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55. Witte Travel Tours Grand Rapids Symphony - Carnegie Hall
On this night the orchestra will be joined by worldclass violinist dylana Jensonto mesmerize you with Goldmark s lyrical Violin Concerto.

56. Chamber Music Festival Of Saugatuck
dylana jenson, Violin. By the age of thirteen, dylana jenson had performed withmost major orchestras in the United States and traveled to Europe and Latin
Dylana Jenson, Violin By the age of thirteen, Dylana Jenson had performed with most major orchestras in the United States and traveled to Europe and Latin America for concerts, recitals and recordings. After her triumphant success at the Tchiakovsky Competition where she became the youngest and first American woman to win the Silver Medal, she made her Carnegie Hall debut with Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra. The New York Times called her “a mature master” and critic Edward Downes stated that she was “unsurpassed since Heifetz”. Distinguished Professor of Music at Grand Valley State University, Jenson has toured Australia and Japan and was made an Honorary Citizen of Costa Rica for her artistic contribution to the country. Recent performances have included the Louisiana Philharmonic, Colorado Symphony, the New Mexico Symphony, the Baltimore Symphony and the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra. Ms. Jenson studied with Nathan Milstein and Josef Gingold. Jenson, who has performed and recorded on a Guarnerius Del Gesu, plays on a violin made for her by Samuel Sygmuntowicz in 1995.

57. Chamber Music Festival Of Saugatuck
David Lockington, cello dylana jenson, violin Judith Vander Weg, cello RobertByrens, piano Joan Conway, piano. July 28 29. The Merling Trio
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All performances at 8:00 p.m.
July 2005 S M T W THUR FRI S Alone and Together
The Merling Trio

August 2005 S M T W THUR FRI S The Cleveland Duo and James Umble Hot Air! Winds and Voice
Off the Beaten Path

Alone and Together Fantasie (for Viola and Piano)
Johann Nepomuk Hummel
Passacaglia (for Cello and Piano)
Rebecca Clarke Song of Roksanne (for Violin and Piano)
Fountains of Aretuza

Karol Szymanowski Paul Schoenfield Quartet No.2 in A Major, Op.26 Johannes Brahms Robert Byrens, viola and piano Renata Artman Knific, violin Judith Vander Weg, cello Joan Conway, piano Sonata for Cello and Piano Claude Debussy Sonata in G Major, Op. 78 For Violin and Piano Johannes Brahms Sonata in E Minor, Op.38 for Cello and Piano

58. Johannes Brahms - Concerto For Violin
CONCERTO FOR VIOLIN JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833 1897) 1946 (Roman Totenberg),1963 (Sidney Harth), 1975 (dylana jenson), and 1991 (Itzhak Perlman).
Brahms composed this, his only violin concerto in the summer of 1878, and it was first performed at the Gewandhaus in Leipzig, on January 1, 1879, with the composer conducting. Joseph Joachim, to whom it is dedicated, played the solo part at the premiere. It has been performed six times by the Madison Symphony Orchestra, in 1936 (George Szpinalski), 1946 (Roman Totenberg), 1963 (Sidney Harth), 1975 (Dylana Jenson), and 1991 (Itzhak Perlman). "One enjoys getting hot fingers playing it, because it's worth it!"
- Joseph Joachim Joachim promptly replied with a marked copy of the part and a letter of his own: "It is a great, sincere joy for me that you are writing a violin concerto (even one in four movements!). I immediately studied what you sent to me, and you will note a few remarks and notes for changes, but without the score, one cannot appreciate it. Most of it can be executed and some parts have a quite original violinistic flair. I cannot say whether everything can be played with ease in a hot concert hall until I have tried out the whole." Brahms incorporated several of Joachim's suggestions into the final version of the score, and rather than providing a cadenza for the first movement, he used one written by Joachim.

59. Santa Barbara Symphony | Reviews
dylana jenson, violin The Santa Barbara Symphony took to the sea last weekend.With Gisèle BenDor at the helm, the orchestra navigated water-inspired works
The Santa Barbara News Press
By Michael Smith
February 23, 20002
Arturo Sandoval, trumpet
After the Brahms, Mr. Sandoval rejoined the orchestra to play the 1950 Trumpet Concerto of Soviet composer Alexander Arutunian, an attractive example of post-Prokofiev social realism defeated by ethnicity. The trumpet sounded disconcertingly Andalusian, its jaunty themes suggesting an Armenian bullfight. Mr. Sandoval has a generous way with a phrase, his gestures free but precise, and a love of music shines through everything he does.
At the end, when the audience went wild, he repeated the final cadenza as an encore, with even more extravagant flourishes and Ms. Ben-Dor was openly astounded. Then he sat down at the piano that happened to be standing open behind the violins and improvised a final gift.
March 16, 17, 2002
Dylana Jenson, violin
A benchmark from the maritime genre – Mendelssohn’s "Hebrides" Overture – was inspired by the craggy coast of the Scottish islands by that name. The orchestra treated the work with both delicacy and restraint…The woodwinds were notably expressive throughout, clarinetist Donald Foster’s relaxed fluid solos were quite stunning.
Ms. Jenson matched with rich sounds of her own, playing with great seriousness and respect for the piece. Her cadenzas in all the movements showed her at her best; she projected beautifully and played with heightened expression. She impressively tossed off the nonstop notes of the finale.

60. Visit Annapolis - Annapolis Event Calendar Search Results
Partners in music and life, David Lockington and virtuoso violinist dylana Jensonjoin forces for the hauntingly beautiful Violin Concerto No.

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