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James Dick Interview The James Dick Interview (From interview in 1996) When did you first know that you could be a "world class" pianist? http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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ABQjournal Pianist Loves Saint-Saens' Sonata Sunday, December 26, 2004 Pianist Loves SaintSaens' Sonata By Emily Van Cleve For the Journal It doesn't matter how many times pianist James Dick http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
ABQjournal Pianist Loves Saint-Saens' Sonata 26, 2004 Pianist Loves SaintSaens' Sonata By Emily Van Cleve For the Journal It doesn't matter how many times pianist James Dick has http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
James A is the scene of many concerts and musical workshops in the summer. Founded by the concert pianist James Dick, this amazing complex is home http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Instr ChoongMo Kang - piano. Cliburn, Van - pianist. James Dick - pianist. Dragon, Carmen - harp. James Ehnes - violinist. Irwin I. Eisenberg - http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
James Dick james dick is a brilliant artist as well as a visionary. While pursuing adistinguished career as a concert pianist, he began the FestivalInstitute in 1971 http://rtis.com/reg/roundtop/jamesd.htm
Extractions: James Dick is a brilliant artist as well as a visionary. While pursuing a distinguished career as a concert pianist, he began the Festival-Institute in 1971 with concerts in the Winedale performance barn. Many of the Festival's first concerts were in tents on the property of supporters. Slowly, and with remarkable care, he and the brilliant team he has created, have produced a remarkable institution with a 200 acre campus of incomparable beauty. The wooded countryside on the edge of Round Top nestles wonder after wonder. Stone bridges lead to beautifully restored Victorian homes surrounded by clever herb gardens amidst crumbling ruins. It's dreamlike. There's a reason for that. It was a dream. James Dick's dream...at least the first part of it...has come true. Read the Round Top Register's interview of this fascinating man. He graduated from the University of Texas with special honors in piano in 1963. He was a student of pianist and pedagogue Dalies Frantz. Subsequently, Dick received two Fulbright Fellowships for study at the Royal Academy of Music in London and private study with Sir Clifford Curzon, a major pianist of this century. Dick was also a top winner in the Tchaikovsky, Busoni and Leventritt international competitions and since, represented the United States on the juries of the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and the Van Cliburn Piano Competition in Fort Worth.
Extractions: Turner has performed for audiences in concerts and jazz festivals throughout the West from San Diego to the San Juan Islands in Washington, and in New York City. For 16 years, he was a soloist at the Sacramento Traditional Jazz Festival. For 27 consecutive years including the year 2001, he was featured at the always sold-out Old Town Music Hall Ragtime Festivals in El Segundo, California. Turner has appeared as a soloist at jazz and ragtime festivals in Los Angeles, Pismo Beach, San Diego, Reno, Boulder, Indianapolis, Kansas City and Friday Harbor, Washington. In 1997, he was a featured artist at the Scott Joplin International Ragtime Festival in Sedalia, Missouri, for the third time. He has performed as a featured pianist on the famed riverboat The Delta Queen on the Mississippi River.
National Arts Associates - D-E-F Ray T.* educator/conductor, Urbana Alumnae 1990; Diamond, David - composer,New York Alumnae 1984; dick, james - concert pianist, Dallas Alumnae 2001 http://www.sai-national.org/mship/naad.html
Extractions: National Arts Associates Danchenko, Victor - violinist, Washington DC Alumnae 1995 Danchenko-Stern, Vera - violinist/accompanist, Washington DC Alumnae 1994 David, Judge Leon Thomas * - educator/army officer, East Bay Alumnae 1985 Davidson, Dr. Audrey - musicology, Beta Eta 1996 Davidson, Norma - violinist/educator, Dallas Alumnae 1984 Deal, John - educator/administrator, Kappa Gamma 2002 De Casare, Dr. Ruth * - educator/composer, Tucson Alumnae 1992 Dennison, Sam - curator/librarian, Philadelphia Alumnae 1982 Deutsch, Nina - pianist, Northern New Jersey Alumnae 1999 De Vilbiss, Ray T.* - educator/conductor, Urbana Alumnae Diamond, David - composer, New York Alumnae 1984 Dick, James - concert pianist, Dallas Alumnae 2001 Dickson, Harry Ellis - conductor, Boston Alumnae 1979 Di Domenica, Robert - composer/flutist, Boston Alumnae 1990 Diemecke, Pablo - violinist, Phoenix Alumnae 1996 Dolbashian, Edward J. - educator/oboist, Iota Lambda 1992
Extractions: The stride and swing piano tradition of the early 20th century is preserved through the playing of pianist and musicologist James Dapogny. Together with his small combo, the Chicago Jazz Band featuring Jon-Eric Kellso (trumpet), Mike Karoub (bass), Russ Whitman (reeds), Kim Cusack (reeds), Chris Smith (trombone), Rod McDonald (guitar, banjo),... Read More Stuff Smith was one of the big three of pre-bop violinists along with Joe Venuti and Stephane Grappelli. Many of his fans said that he could outswing all of his competitors, and certainly Stuff was a major force on the bandstand. Smith, who cited Louis Armstrong as his main influence, studied music with his father and played with the family band... Read More
Extractions: Styles: Swing Classic Jazz Dixieland Revival Decades Active: The stride and swing piano tradition of the early 20th century is preserved through the playing of pianist and musicologist James Dapogny. Together with his small combo, the Chicago Jazz Band featuring Jon-Eric Kellso (trumpet), Mike Karoub (bass), Russ Whitman (reeds), Kim Cusack (reeds), Chris Smith (trombone), Rod McDonald... More On the Road Pianist James Dapogny's Chicago Jazz Band celebrated its 20th anniversary with this release. With a few exceptions (such as "Beale Street Blues," "Flying Home" and "The Washington Post March"), the emphasis is on lesser-known material from the 1920s and '30s. The octet (which also features clarinetist Kim Cusack, Russ Whitman on reeds, cornetist Jon Erik Kellso and trombonist Christopher Smith)... More
History Concert pianist james dick established the International FestivalInstitute inhistoric Round Top, Texas, in 1971. dick, a performer with a distinguished http://www.festivalhill.org/history.html
Extractions: About Us Festival Hill Calendar Services ... MISSION - HISTORY - CONTACTS Concert pianist James Dick In 2003, James Dick is Texas State Musician appointee. The 1971 Festival, a ten-day session with ten piano students, included two concerts. During its first five years, the Festival-Institute leased facilities, but a master plan of development was soon established for programs and the future of the permanent campus. The first major facility, the Mary Moody Northen Pavilion, was acquired in 1973. It was the largest transportable stage in the world and was used for open-air concerts until 1983. Later, it was housed in the 1,000-seat Festival Concert Hall , on which construction began in 1981, until the permanent stage was completed in the Concert Hall in 1993. An abandoned school building and six acres of land North of Round Top were acquired in 1973 for a future campus to be named Festival Hill.
Concerts james dick, pianist. Tuesday June 28 130 pm Edythe Bates Old chapel james dick, Concert pianist. L. van Beethoven, Septet in Eflat, Op. 20 http://www.festivalhill.org/Concerts.html
MusicalOnline: Pianists Cummings, Jerry www.mcguffeylane.com Crawshaw, Sandra dick, james Dowling Richard Williams, james official website for this pianist, leader, http://www.musicalonline.com/musicians/keyborad/pianists.htm
Extractions: Web Concert Hall Previous page Directory ... Free Registration Keyboard Links top s s Classical Newage Jazz Harpsichord Organ ... Misc Classical Alessandra Ammara Panayotis Bernard Archontides - is a known Greek-Australian pianist and recording artist. The site contains info on the artist, his activities, audio clips and links to other music sites. Artymiw, Lydia Alexander Braginsky Athanasakos http://www.geocities.com/konstantinos_piano/ Berman, Bart Chiara Bertoglio http://www.geocities.com/chiarabertoglio/index.html Jeffrey Biegel Eric Brelsford Francesco Bertoldi Chan, Angela http://angelachan.ca Chen, Gwhyneth - The Grand Prize Winner of 1999 International Web Concert Hall Competition and the first prize of Ivo Pogorelich International Piano Competition. http://www.gwhynethchen.com Choi, Janny Constantinou Nicolas Introductory, Biographical, contact Cooperstock, Andrew - Pianist. Winner of the National Federation of Music Clubs Competition. Cummings, Jerry