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Classical afternoon (Friday, May 27), in Lotte Lehmann Concert Hall, violist Jennifer Eberhard and pianist Philipp Richardsen combine for a Master of http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Philipp Richardsen This program features Austrian pianist philipp richardsen in one of his doctoralpiano recitals. philipp is currently pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts http://www.uctv.ucsb.edu/more/sound/m4268richardsen.html
Extractions: MORE DETAILS Piano Recital Philipp Richardsen This program features Austrian pianist Philipp Richardsen in one of his doctoral piano recitals. Philipp is currently pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Giving a brief introduction to the concert, he outlines both his personal musical background and the significance of performing classical music in general. The recital consists of three major works by Ludvig van Beethoven, and each of the selected pieces, by representing a different era in the composer's professional career, reflects different approaches to classical music.
Soundscape Austrian pianist philipp richardsen plays three major works by Beethoven, reflectingdifferent approaches to classical music. ~ Order Catalog No. 4268 http://www.uctv.ucsb.edu/series/sound.html
Extractions: SOUNDSCAPE An Interview with Benjamin Verdery Benjamin Verdery Benjamin Verdery, Professor of Guitar at the Yale School of Music, came to UC Santa Barbara in June of 2000 to teach a master class with UCSB guitar students and to rehearse and lead the UCSB Guitar Ensemble in a concert at the Santa Barbara Presidio. Mr. Verdery is one of the premiere classical guitar teachers in the country, and he has a distinguished record as an internationally sought-after performer, teacher and composer. In this program, Mr. Verdery is interviewed by Brian Head, Lecturer in Guitar at UC Santa Barbara and Director of the UCSB Guitar Ensemble. Mr. Verdery discusses his philosophy of teaching, composing and his love for all kinds of guitar music from Bach to Prince. Program recording date and length: 6-20-00 ~ 57Minutes Order Catalog No.: 3526-C A Master Class with Benjamin Verdery Benjamin Verdery, Professor of Guitar at the Yale School of Music, came to UC Santa Barbara in June of 2000 to teach a master class with UCSB guitar students and to rehearse and lead the UCSB Guitar Ensemble in a concert at the Santa Barbara Presidio. Mr. Verdery is one of the premiere classical guitar teachers in the country, and he has a distinguished record as an internationally sought-after performer, teacher and composer. In this program, Mr. Verdery works with the UCSB Guitar Ensemble on his composition
Extractions: "Real mastery can only be achieved through devotion and humbleness." - These words, noticed during one of Philipp's conversations with students, may characterize his attitude towards music. "Indeed," he says, "sincere expression leaves no space for airs and graces. It is the result of permanent self-control and clear awareness of the composer's intentions. Yet I feel so free when playing the piano - it is like conquering this wonderful instrument and diving into a colorful, wide range of emotions." Music was present from the beginnings: on May 3, 1976, Philipp J. Richardsen was born in Vienna, Austria, into a family of Austrian, German, and Danish descent. By the age of three, he had created his own songs, which he would then present to his parents; two years later, he discovered the piano and received his first piano lesson. "It was quite tough as my first teacher seemed like Methuselah to me; he was almost deaf and very strict, and he immediately insisted that I learn how to read music. I could barely reach the pedal and was already practicing major and minor scales," he recalls those times. At the age of ten, Philipp was invited to enter the piano class of the legendary Viennese pedagogue Susanne Dressler, then eighty-two years old, who had studied with music leading lights like I.J. Paderewski or Maurice Ravel. Additionally, he joined the music conservatory in the city of Linz as an associate student. "Professor Dressler was a phenomenon," he says. "Her huge experience, her wisdom and supreme ease as a teacher were features that I will benefit from for a lifetime. She reinforced my interest in humanism and belletristic literature, which made a whole new world open up for me."
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Extractions: Reviewed by Gerald Carpenter Robert Schumann is one of those composers whose fame is kept alive mainly by pianists and conductors, rather than the music-loving public. He is a "great" composer because everybody says so. With a few exceptions, I find his music to contain an endless proliferation of half-baked ideas. Why a gifted and subtle pianist of Yael Weiss' caliber should choose an all-Schumann program for her debut recital as a faculty pianist at UCSB is an all but unfathomable mystery. I find that most pianists adore Schumann, even though their audiences do not. Perhaps Weiss' own professors persuaded her of the composer's genius, and she is announcing her intention to do the same for her students. (Sigh.) Weiss played Schumann's "Impromptus on a Theme by Clara Wieck," "Humoreske," "Maerchenbilder for Viola and Piano" (with Helen Callus, viola), and "Drei Phantasiestücke."
Classical (based on Art Tatum riffs), were all played by UCSD pianist Amy Dissanyake,who is amazing. 3 in C Minor, Opus 37, with soloist philipp richardsen. http://www.independent.com/a&e/classical954.htm
Extractions: by Gerald Carpenter A-PLUS STUDENTS: Thanks to UCSB, the Santa Barbara Music Club, and Opera Santa Barbara, we have an array of four concerts and one opera to choose from in the coming week, with no overlaps. Since Jennefelt is probably not a household name for you, it might interest you to know that the Swedish composer was born in 1954 in Huddinge, and was educated at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm from 1974 to 1980. Vocal music dominates his output, which ranges from choral music to opera. He was chairman of the Society of Swedish Composers from 1994 to 2000. news living opinions classifieds ... home
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