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81. Richmond Music Festival Society - Festival 2005
violinist Grant Donnellan is a native of Ferndale, Washington. and Marcello in La Boheme with conductor Tyrone Patterson and the Okanagan Symphony
h o m e f e s t i v a l e v e n t s c o n t a c t 2005 FESTIVAL dates venues adjudicators aims and philosophy ... awards
dates November 7th - 26th, 2005
10311 Albion Road, Richmond, BC
Located off of No. 4 Road between Francis Road and Williams Road, behind McNair High school. Broadmoor Baptist Church
8140 Saunders Road, Richmond, BC
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Joe Baraducci Junior Piano
For five years he worked for the Ministry of Education as they prepared the new Fine Arts Curriculum and chaired the implementation committee for North Vancouver for 2 years as well as represented North Vancouver on the Metro Fine Arts Committee. In 1992 he was honoured as Professional Teacher of the Year by the North Vancouver Music Educators and in 1993 was honoured by the B.C. Music Educators Association.
He was honoured by the Royal Life Saving Society of B.C. for his years as a volunteer with the organization. In 1973 he was given a Citizenship Award for his community service at C.F.B. Baden in Germany.

82. Miami Sunpost - Special Section
Five authors shared the platform victoria Moran (Younger by the Day), former Sex the Deann Patterson is committed to giving her customers the latter
weather contact about us search M E N U Last Updated: Saturday, September 10, 2005 S P E C I A L S E C T I ON S
The Lost Best of 2005s
That is what we decided to blame it on. Gremlins. They caused havoc while we were working 24-7 giving you, our adored readers, our Best of 2005s that we know you wanted oh so much. They seemed so cute, ya know — short, fuzzy creatures that liked to say “Mogwai” in that adorable 1980s sort of way. Plus they kinda helped out around the office — typesetting, taking out the trash, finding facts about restaurants and stores, reporting on late-breaking stories. They didn’t complain about the long hours and they were really gung-ho. Then someone had to leave some food out after midnight and the gremlins mutated: They got all green and scaly, came into the office intoxicated, devoured unsuspecting salespeople (actually, we liked that), made physical advances on the interns, amused themselves by finding the phone numbers of editorial staff member’s romantic interests and asking them for “rides” to some place or another, starting random fires, etc. We got so pissed off at them we even left their names out of the credits. And when they found out, they reacted by coming in with a tape recording of “Heigh-Ho” from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs , cutting out the lights and….

83. Archive: 2003 Media Releases (Monash University)
Internationally renowned Dutch violinist Ms Cecile Huynen and Vienna Volksopera The Federal Minister for Health the Honourable Kay Patterson will
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New report from historic road safety research program
16 December 2003 Trends emerging from the historic Australian National Crash In-depth Study (ANCIS) in its just released first report reinforce the importance of belting-up for even the shortest trip and the value of frontal air bags in cars. The ANCIS Stage 1 report also highlights the dangers posed by car crashes into unprotected roadside poles and trees.
Centre to aid drug development launched
16 December 2003 A Centre that fills the critical gap between drug discovery and drug development is being officially opened at Monash University today by the Honourable John Brumby, Victorian Minister for Innovation.
More than $1m for top students
15 December 2003 Nearly 60 of Australia's high achieving Year 12 students have been offered Monash University scholarships worth a total over five years of more than $1 million.
Monash pharmacists teach medication counselling in Philippines
11 December 2003 Two Monash University pharmacists have just returned from the Philippines where they ran a program to educate local pharmacists in how to best inform patients about their medications.

84. Catskill Mountain Region Guide - Articles
First violinist, David Perry, has played with the Chicago Symphony, Virginia Patterson Hensley, aka, Patsy Cline, was born on September 8 in Winchester,

85. New Page 1
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86. Classical
The next night began in the 19th century, as Patterson and Crane made us weep Wilkie s extraordinary violinplaying remained firmly in the foreground as
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classical review Do You Love American Music?
American Dreams, the Santa Barbara Chamber Music Festival. At the First Congregationalist Church, Friday-Sunday, June 10-12.
Reviewed by Gerald Carpenter John Biggs' Three Preludes for Clarinet and Piano (1992) led the slate on Friday night, performed with breathtaking clarity and sensitivity by husband and wife David Peck (clarinet) and Edith Orloff (piano). The only Biggs piece in the festival, its position made it a keynote, summarizing a range of the best American musical idioms and composers. Next we heard Soliloquy for Solo Flute (1977) by the festival's Composer in Residence, Bruce Babcock. The piece was diverting, with brief, graceful curlicues and the occasional sustained melody of much charm, all superbly realized by flautist Ann Erwin. Then came three movements from Ingolf Dahl's Divertimento for Viola and Piano (1952), re-composed for marimba and piano by the awesome percussionist Ross Sears, who played it with Orloff. Next, Charles Ives' eccentric Sonata No. 4 for Violin & Piano, "Children's Day at a Camp Meeting." Every march, hymn, "wrong" note, and sudden sobriety was duly burnished by violinist Ella Marie Gray and pianist Meade Crane.

87. Sherlock Holmes Pastiche Characters - Story Summaries G
(Ronald Adair; Dr Watson; Mrs Adair; Hilda Adair; Inspector Patterson; His violin has been stolen and there is a severed finger lying in a pool of blood
Story Summaries
SHERLOCKIAN STORY SUMMARIES A B C D ... HOME Click on these links for publication details of novels short stories , and children's stories indexed so far.
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"A Study in Emerald" (2003)
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Story Type:
Alternate-Universe Fantasy / Canonical Revisioning
Canonical Characters: Colonel Sebastian Moran; Professor Moriarty; Inspector Lestrade; Sherlock Holmes; Wiggins; (Dr. Watson)
Historical Characters: Prince Albert; Queen Victoria
Other Characters: Clients; Shoreditch Policemen; Prince Franz Drago of Bohemia; Footman; Orange Seller; Orchestra; The Strand Players; Audience; Stage Doorkeeper; Sherry Vernet; Cab Driver
Albion; Bart's; The Baker Street Rooms; A Shoreditch Rooming House; Buckingham Palace; Drury Lane; The Royal Court Theatre; A Hansom Cab; (Afghanistan)
Story: A wounded Afghanistan veteran returns to London where he takes up lodgings in Baker Street with a consulting detective. Lestrade takes them to a rooming house in Shoreditch, where one of the Queen's nephews, one of the Great Old Ones, has been murdered and the word 'Rache' scrawled on the wall. Outside the house they encounter a footman who takes them to the palace for a meeting with the Queen. Investigations eventually lead them to a Drury Lane theatre, where the lead actor, and his writer friend, become their chief suspects, and a plan is laid to bring them to justice. NOTE: There is an unnamed landlady of the Baker Street rooms who may or may not be Mrs. Hudson (p.3). The leading lady of the Strand Players whose "voice carried through all the theatre" is, presumably, Irene Adler.

88. Downstairs At The Cornelia Street Cafe
His poetry has appeared in Patterson Literary Review, Major Over Minor, a string trio with Rob Thomas on violin and Lindsey Horner on bass,

89. UMB Performing Arts- Music Faculty

Major Minor Private Lessons ... Minor Video Clips Faculty
is a former winner of the Seattle Philharmonic Concerto Competition and was recently featured in concert with the Metropolitan Wind Symphony performing Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. She has appeared with Collage New Music, Chorus pro Musica, and the Massachusetts Symphony. Currently on the faculties of UMass Boston, Northeastern University and the Brookline Music School, Ms. Bardarson traveled to the Czech Republic this fall to record two Beethoven concerti with the Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic for Centaur Records.
One of the growing breed of new acoustic musicians whose influences span the rich heritages of folk, classical, jazz and world styles, Peter Janson's repertoire is weighted towards original instrumentals that he plays with sensitivity and sophistication. Performing extensively as a solo artist, his fresh, new Fingerstyle Acoustic instrumental guitar music with "vowel chat" (a kind of vocal chant/scat mixture) may best be described by a review of his music from the Taunton Daily Gazette as music "for fans of Windham Hill guitar legends like Will Ackerman, Michael Hedges and other acoustic trailblazers like Leo Kottke and John Fahey."

90. Gordon College: Music
James Buswell Director of Orchestral Activites, Violin Viola BA, Harvard University David Patterson Guitar BM, MM, New England Conservatory

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MUSIC HOME FACULTY FACILITIES DEGREES ... C. Thomas Brooks Chair, Director of Choral Activities, Voice B.M., Houghton College; M.M., New England Conservatory; Artist's Diploma, Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford Peter Bell Music Theory, Composition, Music Technology B.M., Gordon College; M.C.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Robert Bradshaw Trumpet, Brass Ensemble B.M., M.M., Artist's Diploma, University of South Carolina Susan Brooks B.M., Houghton College; M.M., Eastman School of Music; Artist's Diploma, Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford Norma Brunner Piano, Kindermusik

91. Upcoming Events
2003’s commissions included a new solo work ‘Bugs’ by Paul Patterson, For flute violin or oboe and harpMiniatures 1, for harp with optional 2nd l,art
Skaila Kanga
Skaila began her career with the BBC Concert Orchestra and soon went on to freelance with many regional and all the major London orchestras under such eminent conductors as Boult, Kempe, Guilini, Monteux, Haitink, Maazel, Mehta, Barenboim, Previn, Solti, Klemperer, Svetlanov and Rattle. At this time she also worked extensively with Pierre Boulez in the BBC Symphony Orchestra alongside Sidonie Goossens and Maria Korchinska.
Alongside her classical career Skaila has always been very active in the pop world. She has worked with artists such as Paul McCartney, Boyzone, Eternal, Michael Ball, Jane McDonald, Sarah Brightman, Bjork, Pharaoh Sanders, Milton Nascimento, Manic Street Preachers and Sting with whom she recorded a solo track for the CD 20th Century Blues, released in April 1998. Recent album credits include artists such as Sumi Jo, James Galway, Joni Mitchell, Cliff Richard, Kylie Minogue, Northern Line and Girl Thing. 2001-02 saw albums with Zizi Possi, Michael Civisca, Jose Cura, Slava, Robbie Williams, Westlife, Samantha Mumba, Izzy Cooper and and another wonderful CD for Joni Mitchell. Skaila recorded and performed the Queen Symphony for EMI at the Royal Festival Hall in November.
Festival in Moscow where she gave a masterclass. She visited Salt Lake City in June 2003 as guest presenter of the American Harp Society where she will performed a recital, gave a masterciass and a workshop on Cadenza composition.

92. Classical CD Reviews November 2001 Part 5 S-Z: Classical MusicWeb (UK)
1922) Violin Concerto (1984?) 35.33 Benjamin BRITTEN(19131976) Violin Peter Wedd (tenor) Peter Rose (bass) Susan Patterson (soprano) Helen Williams
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93. Vox/in Camera
4 for violin piano; Frank Martin, Piano Trio on Irish Folk Tunes; Dvorak, The playing of the Shulman piece by violist Patterson brought to mind Carol



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July, 2005 Reviews
Date: July 7th
Ozawa Hall, Tanglewood, Lenox, Mass. Performers:
Chanticleer Program:
I wasn't going to review this absolutely wonderful evening of vocal chamber music, until I read Andrew Pincus's account in an area paper ( Berkshire Eagle To continue the review of the review: Look at some of the phrases Pincus uses in his extremely superficial run-through: "Love, honor & obey", "poor Frankie plugs the guy dead. No glass ceiling here. Just an equal-opportunity killer". What a clever, witty turn of phrase! And Pincus brings it all down to our vulgar level, so that we will "get it"! Okay, Pincus does say one or two things that made sense, that actually reflected what most of us heard on this night: That long low bass note did seem to go on forever, any breath the singers took was, like, inaudible! As Andy said, awestruck: "How did they hold that note so long?" He might have added that the effect was eerie, reminding me, at least, of some eastern or Slavic sounds, no vibrato, chantlike. But then Pincus has to be a wise guy again, & he introduces one of the more spectacular pieces on the program, "Purple Syllables", by a rather dismissive turn of phrase: "A new piece by a woman based on poetry by a woman". Now there's an insight into the provenance, if not the substance or heart of the work! Maybe, in Andrew Pincus's world, a woman can write about women, while a man, or a group of men, can't? I guess I don't get it! While Pincus does concede that some of these songs are "tart & quirky" (Which is good, right?), they also suffer from "obscurity" &, and, after all, what's with the title, "Purple Syllables"? Whassup wif dat?

94. ABC Classic FM Music Details: Sunday 3 November 2002 
Eugene Goossens Suite for flute, violin and harp, op.6 We welcome interested concert goers in Adelaide to be 1.00 MALCOLM PATTERSON S MUSIC OVERNIGHT
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For All Saints and All Souls.
Charpentier Intro. to Te Deum in D - English Chamber Orchestra / Raymond Leppard
CBS MDK 44650
Hughes Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemer - Massed Choirs of Merseyside with the Liverpool Cathedral Brass / Ian Tracey
Virgin VC 7 91209-2
Bairstow Psalm 107 - The Choir of Lichfield Cathedral / Jonathan Rees-Williams Priory PRCD 383 Trad., Obrecht Pater Noster - Niederrheinische Chorgemeinschaft / Harmut Schmidt Koch Schwann CD 313 001 H1 Gilliard Brother, Sister, Let Me Serve You - The Choir of St Mary's Parish Church, Pembroke MCPS/CD010700 Rutter Open Thou Mine Eyes - The Cambridge Singers / John Rutter Universal 472 622-2 Poulenc Gloria - The Cambridge Singers / John Rutter Collegium CSCD 506 Rutter The Lord Bless You and Keep You - The Cambridge Singers / John Rutter Universal 472 622-2 Bach Reformation Cantata Teldec 242577-2 Manz Improvisation on 'St Anne' - Paul Manz E-2021 Byrd Gaudeamus omnes - The Cambridge Singers / John Rutter Collegium COLCD 110 Stanford Justorum Animae - The Choir of Trinity College, Melbourne / Michael Leighton Jones

95. The Juilliard School
Juilliard alums Kraig Patterson (BFA 86), Ani Udovicki (BFA 85), Stephanie Tooman She played Lasser s Vocalise, Boulez s Anthemes for solo violin,
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Dance Christina Bodie (BFA '05) joined the Koresh Dance Company, which is based in Philadelphia, this month. Beth Konopka (BFA '05) and Robert Robinson (BFA '05) are dancing with the Pascal Rioult Dance Theater.

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