Susquehanna University - Insider Volume 17 The concert features Awadagin Pratt, internationally known pianist and violinist; karen bentley, violinist; Thomas Kraines, cellist; Demarre McGill, http://www.susqu.edu/insider/00-01/june4.htm
Extractions: Secretary, Music Department WITF-FM NEXT GENERATION CONCERT WITF-FM and Susquehanna University are hosting a FREE chamber music concert on Tuesday, June 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Degenstein Center Theater. The concert is part of WITF-FM's Next Generation Festival and Susquehanna has been chosen as a concert location for the second year in a row. The concert features Awadagin Pratt, internationally known pianist and violinist; Karen Bentley, violinist; Thomas Kraines, cellist; Demarre McGill, flutist; Beth Newcome, violinist; Kenn Wagner, violinist; Paul Klinefelter, bassist; and Rachel Shapiro, violist. Tickets are required and may be obtained by contacting the Office of Continuing Education at 372-4354 or by calling The Box at 717-214-ARTS (2787). Betsy Robertson Director of Public Relations and Publications PLANTS FOR SALE Perhaps you've noticed that a number of the plants in Mellon Lounge have gotten too big for their planters? Well, we're having a plant sale in the Campus Center. Plants are priced at $10-25, but if you don't like our prices, make us an offer! We REALLY need to make room for more reasonably sized plants so please help us out by stopping by to purchase a few. If you're stopping by to shop, remember to bring your own container and be prepared to do the digging yourself. (Only the plants with white or red yarn tied to them are available for sale.) Purchases can be made Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Information Desk. For more information contact Scott (x4169) or Gail (x4227) in the Campus Center Office.
Books Finally, Growing Flowers in the Desert spotlights young violinist Midori, who tackled the The Book of Love by karen bentley; Big Heart Books; 2002 http://www.numag.neu.edu/0303/books.html
Extractions: Wisely, to make his great musicians more human, the author offers caffeine-like jolts of insider gossip, critical dissent, and smart shoptalk. For example, that it took a year for Yo-Yo Ma to learn the Nashville fiddling style for his CD Appalachia Waltz. Or that Juilliard Quartet rehearsals occasionally turned into shouting matches, in which music stands were thrown instead of punches. Such tempering pronouncements aside, optimism generally prevails in the book. Pincus has made it his mission to put some of the pieces back together again by celebrating the achievements of exceptional citizen-artists. In turn, a citizen-journalist has contributed greatly to public discourse on the role culture plays in a democracy.
Birmingham Weekly Online Music for Peace string concert presented by cellist Craig Hultgren and violinist karen bentley Pollick will not include ordinary antiwar music. http://www.birminghamweekly.com/archived/pages/20050407_picks.php
Extractions: "In a crisis, don't hide behind anything or anybody. They're going to find you anyway." Paul Bear Bryant DROWNING SOME SORROWS IN THE TIDE BARRA ON THE BEAR Is The Last Coach the last word on Bryant? EATBEAT GRAPE ESCAPE Taster-friendly wine store opens at The Summit GOSPEL HOUR Plate Six presents Battle Hymns for a New Republic HURRICAN KATRINA RELIEF GUIDE DIGGING IN THE DIRT The Constant Gardener cultivates outrage KATRINA COMES FOR DUBYA Hurricane reveals federal ineptitude Small World News of the Weird Free Will Astrology THE SOUND OF NO WAR, NO VIOLENCE, NO HATRED: The upcoming "Music for Peace" string concert presented by cellist Craig Hultgren and violinist Karen Bentley Pollick will not include ordinary anti-war music. Instead, the program will feature songs borne out of violent conflict but with themes of peace. Along with American folk tunes and spirituals, the duo will play Duo for Violin and Cello by Erwin Schulhoff, a talented composer who perished in a Nazi concentration camp during World War II, and "Praise to the Eternity of Jesus," from Olivier Messiaen's
Topica Email List Directory arrangements owe a debt to Bach, and violinist/conductor karen bentley, who is thinking about including Bachlike compositions by other http://lists.topica.com/lists/scottkimnewsletter/read/message.html?mid=130289644
Melissa Maier The work was premiered in Seattle by the violinist karen bentley Pollick. This recording is of a live performance she gave in California in June, 2004. http://www.societyofcomposers.org/user/melissamaier.html
Extractions: A native of Western New York, where as a child she studied piano, violin, viola and organ, Melissa Maier received her BA from Trinity College, Hartford, studying theory and composition with Arnold Franchetti. Upon moving to Lugano, Switzerland in 1983, she became the pupil of Paul Glass. Her works have been performed in Europe, North America, and Asia. She is the recipient of various prizes and commissions, including one from the Elisarion Foundation in Switzerland to write a piece for solo trumpet, New Leaf . Other recent works include fugue states for string quartet, premiered in Seoul in 2003; against hope, a prelude and fugue for piano; Der Geist von Schlegel for piano trio, awarded in the chamber music category at the 2004 International Festival of Women Composers; and In forma pauperis for violoncello solo. Pretiolae per non dormire, for horn and string orchestra, was recorded and distributed in 1995 by the Orchestra della Svizzera italiana. The orchestral work (poetic) license was selected for a reading session by the Womens Philharmonic. A resident of Connecticut since 1997, Ms. Maier is manager of external relations and publications at the
BAMA Members karen bentleyPollick is currently the violinist in Paul Dresher s Electro-Acoustic Band, which performed at Carnegie s Zankel Hall on November 12, http://www.vhnet.net/bama/Members.html
Extractions: Michael Angell email website Flutist, composer, clarinetist, and performance artist Donnie Ashworth is a strong advocate of new music and other innovative contemporary artforms. Mr. Ashworth's compositions have been performed throughout the United States. He has commissioned and premiered new works for flute by Dorothy Hindman and Charles Norman Mason, and has introduced works by many other composers to the Birmingham community. Ashworth has performed at nationally recognized music conventions and festivals such as SEAMUS, CMENC, Birmingham Improv, and City Stages. His performances have been recorded on the Living Artists CD series. e-mail Karen Bentley-Pollick is currently the violinist in Paul Dresher's Electro-Acoustic Band, which performed at Carnegie's Zankel Hall on November 12, 2004 as part of the In Your Ear festival, hosted by John Adams. She has also collaborated with the Moscow based contemporary music group Opus Posthumous under the direction of Tatiana Grindenko and with the Seattle Chamber Players in their Icebreaker II: Baltic Voices Festival. Her new chamber group The Four Horizons debuted at the University of Pennsylvania and Lebanon Valley College in March, 2004, featuring a world premiere by Penn composer Jay Reise for violin, cello, clarinet and piano and will perform at Haverford College in March, 2005. Ms. Pollick currently resides in Birmingham, Alabama where she is First Lady of Birmingham Southern College. website Robert Boury
What I Do following web sites (in addition to this one). bullet, Redwood Symphony. bullet, HewlettPackard Symphony Orchestra. bullet, karen bentley, violinist http://www.yefchak.com/what.htm
Extractions: Conducting ... Web Design Analytical Chemistry I work for Agilent Technologies , in the Measurement Physics Department of Agilent Laboratories . I help design instruments for chemical analyses. That means that I do things like this: Write software Do math Drill holes in metal Play with lots of other fun things I'm particularly fond of computers, so I use lots and lots of Windows software (and some Unix once in a while...). See my Curriculum Vita Oboe Currently I play oboe and occasionally English horn in the following groups: Redwood Symphony Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra Hewlett-Packard Symphony Orchestra Sound Clips Sound Clip
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Extractions: Oklahoma Music Guide People's List The following list of musicians, groups, tribes, music industry professionals, and music educators was published in the 2003 Oklahoma Music Guide . The author will draw on this list for the 2007 edition of the guide. Please send any suggestions, corrections, or additions for the next "People's List" to the author Oklahoma Music Guide is especially interested in photos, bios, music, and website addresses for the next "People's List" in the 2007 edition. Materials may be sent to the following address care of the Oklahoma Music Guide : P.O. Box 876, Stillwater, OK 74074 or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org If your name appears on the list, New Forums Press will gives you a 40% discount on the book when it comes out in 2007, but you must call them and order it at (405) 372-6158, and indicate your name is in the back of the book on the "People's List." Format: Individual or Group/Oklahoma Connection/Notability
Ensembles In North America Jason Nathaniel bentley Tenor. Jugendlicher Heldentenor Rich tones combined with Classical Music Manager/violinist/conductor. karen Haid - Flute http://www.classicol.com/classical.cfm?music=continentMusicians&continent=NorthA
SLAM Productions, Oxfordshire, UK Alison bentley Songs of Leonard Bernstein and Irving Berlin SLAMCD 248 electric violinist Cathy Stevens, saxophonist Geoff Hearn, clarinetist karen http://www.slamproductions.net/menus/main.asp
Extractions: Welcome to SLAM Productions! WELCOME to SLAM Productions - website; I hope you can find something of interest in the news, reviews and CDs on offer from one of the finest sources of recorded free jazz and improvised music. PLEASE browse through our catalogue, search for a specific CD or email us at email@example.com for more information. New lower prices AND 15% discount. CDs from £3.00 ~ all prices include postage - WORLDWIDE. We are introducing a whole new pricing plan and a shopping trolley facility - please try it. In the catalogue each CD is now individually priced, starting as low as £3.00 including postage worldwide. On top of this we also give 15% discount for all purchases of 2 CDs or more! *****October 2005 ***** New releases: Vesuvius (SLAMCD 262). Bar-code 50 28386 02622 8 Alex Von Schlippenbach piano, Paul Dunmall tenor saxophone, Tony Bianco drums, Paul Rogers 7 string bass. Amherst Dislodged (SLAMCD 263). Bar-code 50 28386 02632 7 Tim Crowther guitar, guitar synth. Steve Franklin keyboards, Tony Marsh drums. The New World Weve been shaking up our CD distribution in The U.S.A. please check out our Distributors page. Downtown Music Gallery in New York City offers the full range of SLAM CDs for instore and mailorder ~ see their newsletter at
CCRMA 1996 Summer Concert The soloist for the first presentation was the violinist karen bentley. Jose A. Montalvoholds a Phd. in Music Composition from New York University, http://ccrma.stanford.edu/events/concerts/Summer-1996.html
Extractions: Featuring works by Celso Aguiar, Nicky Hind, Jun Kim, Fernando Lopez Lezcano, Jose Montalvo and Juan Pampin With Keith Chapin (viola), Cem Durouz (guitar), and Ken Piascik (percussion) The first event of the new CCRMA concert series, "CCRMA Courtyard Concerts". The courtyard of CCRMA's residence on the Stanford campus will be the new venue for performances of "Digital Music Under The Stars". Music involving real and virtual instruments, sound processing, and synthesis, projected in a surround-sound, multi-channel environment, will make the latest pieces composed at CCRMA come alive. Bring a blanket to sit on the lawn (chairs will be provided as well). Parking is provided at Tresidder Union, signs will guide you from there to the Knoll. Interval House of Mirrors (1996), for PadMaster, Radio Drum and Midi Instruments
Startmssg My friend karen bentley, an amazing violinist, recently sent me a CD to encode and upload to MP3.com. The latest recordings are from a series of live http://www.peff.com/txt/txtarc20000716.html
Extractions: 16 July 2000 I finally picked up a copy of the July 2000 issue of Keyboard , read through it, and low and behold they made some edits (suprisingly very few) but there's a typo in the first line which was a mistake of the editorsNOT MINE! Although, it was my mistake for leaving out " Propellerheads Software " to begin with. There are supposed to be support RBS files available, however the Keyboard magazine website wont be updated until tomorrow. They even used the graphics I made up for the meter charts! :: Meanwhile, back at the goat ranch....I took the new edit of e-priori, blah...blah...blah... you can still tell it was created on ReBirth, but the mix is a bit cleaner so you can hear each element more distinctly. There are some things i need to fix though. Bad Zero Crossings are causing pops and the intro wavetables have a funny glitch when the PCF cutoff makes a sudden shift. e-priori [Studio Mix] Lo-Fi Hi-Fi Peff 14 July 2000 - happy Bastille day, i think...
Calendar Calendar (January 13, 1999) violinist karen bentley and pianist Dmitriy Cogan will present a recital to greet the new year at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto, Jan. http://www.almanacnews.com/morgue/1999/1999_01_13.cal13.html
Extractions: Issue date: January 13, 1999 On Stage "A Flea in Her Ear," a classic French farce presented by the drama department at Menlo-Atherton High School, Jan. 14-16, 22-23 at 7 p.m., and Jan. 17 at 2 p.m. Burgess Theater, 601 Laurel St., Menlo Park. Tickets $8, $5. Call 322-3673. "La Cage aux Folles," The Palo Alto Players "Amadeus," Music San Jose Museum of Art presents Sunday Jazz: Winter concert series features jazz in the main lobby, 3-5 p.m. every Sunday through March, free with admission; Jan. 17, The San Francisco Mainstream Jazz Quintet. Thursday Night Opera at the Museum features ensemble members of Opera San Jose and pianist Thomas Webb, free with half-price Museum admission, 6:30 p.m.; Jan. 14, "Don Giovanni" preview. 110 South Market St., San Jose. Call (408) 271-6840. Music at Stanford: Jan. 15, Guitarist Charles Ferguson, Spanish and Flamenco guitar music with the Saratoga Symphony and guest guitarist Yoko Ogawa, Dinkelspiel Auditorium, 8 p.m. Tickets $8, $4. Jan. 19, Nancy Granert, organist, performs works by Bach, Buxtehude, Mendelssohn and more, Memorial Church, 8 p.m. Tickets $8, students free. Jan. 22, graduate student recital, Thomas Hawkins, classical guitar with soprano Elain Romanelli, Campbell Recital Hall, 8 p.m., free. Call 725-ARTS. Violinist Karen Bentley and pianist Dmitriy Cogan will present a recital to greet the new year at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto, Jan. 16, 8 p.m., featuring Norwegian music by Edvard Grieg, Bjarne Brustad and Ole Bull. World premiere of "Salsa for Karen," by Danish composer Ole Saxe. $10 donation. 505 E. Charleston Rd. Call 321-9727.
Extractions: Issue date: March 03, 1999 The Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra will present the first of three concerts in its Bach Celebration on Sunday, March 7, in Valley Presbyterian Church in Portola Valley. Music director William Whitson conducts the orchestra and the soloists in performances at 7:30 p.m. in the church sanctuary. Pianist Paul Hersh and cellist Julian Hersh will be soloists at the first concert on Sunday. featuring Brandenburg concerti. The second concert on Sunday, March 14, features three musicians, soprano Deborah Barney, flutist Greer Ellison and harpsichordist Marion Rubinstein. The finale on Sunday, March 21, includes violinist Karen Bentley and harpsichordist Jonathan Salzedo in Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F and tenor Mark Mueller in a Bach cantata. Series tickets are $32 for general admission and $27 for seniors and students through March 7. Single tickets are $12 for general admission and $10 for seniors and students. For information, call 856-3848.
Pomegrante Center - Current Activities Classical violinist Patrick Austin, Classical violinist Heather bentley Vocalist Katya Matanovic Accompanist karen Janes French Horn Musician Aaron Avril http://www.pomegranate.org/current.cfm
Extractions: For over 30 years, Danish architect Jan Gehl has been an advocate of turning vehicle-centric cities into pedestrian- and people-friendly cities. In Copenhagen, all 18 public squares that had been parking lots have been turned back to public squares, and pedestrian streets are thriving for walking, shopping, and people watching.
Portico Birmingham — Current Issue DAVID POLLICK AND karen bentley POLLICK BirminghamSouthern College President and his wife, a concert violinist. 77 MERCEDES TARASOVICH-CLARK http://www.porticomag.com/currentissue.html
Puzzling News / Sep 2000 and violinist/conductor karen bentley, who is thinking about including Bachlike compositions by other composers in her annual local Bach festival. http://www.scottkim.com/newsletter/00-09.html
Extractions: It all sounded too good to be true. I had just read Nagel & Newman's thrilling "Gödel's Proof," I admired Escher's art, and as a music major specializing in piano I was deeply drawn to Bach's music. I was particularly interested in canons and fugues compositions in which several interwoven melody lines all expound on a single theme. Doug was interested in all these things, and having a grand old time weaving them together into a literary work that would become a classic. We found that we shared other passions writing names so they read upside down, carving a block of wood so it casts shadows of three different letters, writing canons and fugues . Soul mate! In his time Bach was renowned as an improviser. The king asked Bach to improvise a 3-voice on the royal theme. Bach obliged. Then the king asked for a 6-voice fugue on the same theme. Bach declined he substituted a simpler theme of his own instead but several months later he sent the king a Musical Offering, which included the 3-voice fugue he had improvised, ten canons, a trio sonata, and a 6-voice fugue, all on the royal theme. (Here are a
Quotes sincere inner vision that embraces humanity and penetrates the cords of the heart karen bentley. Solo violinist NY Philharmonic Orchestra http://www.sagegentle-wing.org/journal4.03.html