Extractions: Trombone soloist Nitzan Haroz plays with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra on January 30 in Verizon Hall. The Philadelphia Orchestra's Late Great Works Festival continues under the baton of Music Director Christoph Eschenbach on January 26, 27 and 28 with two outstanding works: Mozart's Clarinet Concerto with Principal Clarinet Ricardo Morales as soloist, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony #6 whose premiere took place only a few days before the composer's death. On January 27, conductor and soloist will lead a dialogue and perform duets in a free post-concert event. 215-893-1999. Verizon Hall, Kimmel Center, Broad and Spruce. The Emerson Quartet returns on January 27, thanks to the Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, for an 8 p.m. performance of works by Mendelssohn, Janacek and Beethoven. Perelman Theater, Kimmel Center, Broad and Spruce. Other PCMS events include violinist Scott St. John and pianist Anna Polonsky on January 28 offering works by Beethoven, Brahms, Britten and Cyril Scott, 8 p.m. at the Van Pelt Auditorium, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 26th and the Parkway. The PCMS Players II are in the Pennsylvania Convention Center on January 30 at 3 p.m. in works by Mozart, Capanna and Schumann for violin, cello and piano. Richard Freedman will precede the concert with a free related lecture at 1:45p.m. 13th and Cherry. 215-569-8080. Jazz drummer Winard Harper brings his percussion stylings to the Philadelphia Museum of Art on January 28 for two hour-long sets, 5:45 p.m. and 7:15 p.m., part of the Museum's popular Friday Jazz Nights. Cocktails and light snacks are available for purchase in the Great Stair Hall. In the galleries, the great Renaissance portrait exhibition, "Pontormo, Bronzino and the Medici" continues through February 13, and Bill Viola's video installation, "The Greeting" with reference to Pontormo, ends that same day. 215-763-8100. 26th and the Parkway.
World Music Ari Langer plays electric violin; Jennifer MacKnight, vocals; karen bentley, violin; Linton Hale, North Indian flute; and Glenn Shoonmaker, electric guitar. http://www.aquarius-atlanta.com/sarticles/smusic.html
Extractions: by Cheryl Stiles and Kathryn Sargent Sarah Brightman. In her magical new offering, La Luna, to the haunting, pop lovesong from the television show, Roswell, (my personal favorite). Her title song, is a tender and enchanting love song, while is a jazzy reflection on the impermanence of life. She even gives us (of Procol Harum fame), La Luna highly enough!
Centregramme - June 2000 He is preparing his Violin Concerto of 1974 for future performance by Nancy Di 26 Euphrosyne Keefer A Fragrant Zodiack karen Noelbentley, clarinet, http://www.musiccentre.ca/bri/downloads/BC-june00.html
Extractions: Funds for CMC Hugh Davidson turned 70 this year. When the idea was suggested to him of a fund-raising event on his birthday to benefit his favourite charity, without hesitation he named the Canadian Music Centre. Invited guests were asked to consider a donation of $70. More than 140 people, including family, friends and colleagues attended the festivities May 28 at the Diane Farris Gallery. Diane Farris graciously donated the space which included a striking exhibition by the glass artist Dale Chihuly. A string quartet comprised of Andrew Dawes (Orford Quartet), Bryan King (Purcell String Quartet), Marie-Claude Brunet (Babayaga Quartet) and Ian Hampton (Purcell String Quartet) played a witty quartet entitled A Five-Course Birthday Dinner by Claus-Dieter Ludwig and many people paid tribute to Hugh. A great time was had by all.
Extractions: All programs will air on KHPR/KKUA/KANO and all are subject to change without notice 12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. Support your favorite radio station by making a pledge for Challenge 2005. Morning Concert with Gene Schiller. 12:10 P.M. Performance Today Adventures in Good Music with Karl Haas. Fun And Games Masterworks Hour with Gene Schiller. Challenge 2005 continues. Evening Concert with Rodger Layng. Challenge 2005 continues. 9:00 San Francisco Symphony Orchestra ROREM Sunday Morning ; COPLAND Piano Conc.; Jeffrey Kahane, piano; RIMSKY-KORSAKOV Scheherazade ; Michael Tilson Thomas, cond. Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin. Music Through the Night 2 SATURDAY 12:00 A.M. Music Through the Night 5:00 Classical Music with Joan Canfield. COPLAND Danzon Cubano and El Salon Mexico ; New York Phil.; Leonard Bernstein, cond.; LACHNER Nonet in F; Ensemble Wien-Berlin; ROCHBERG Excerpts from Caprice Variations ; Gidon Kremer, violin
Newsletterspring05 The panel included concert violinist and Longy School string department chair Janet Packer along with students Meredith Smith 05 and karen Chan 06. http://www.wellesley.edu/Music/newsletterspring05/articles/alumnae.html
Extractions: Alumnae Overtones Recently elected a member of the governing board of the newly formed Internationale Dieterich-Buxtehude-Gesellschaft Kerala Johnson Snyder In 2000, Kerala served as Chair of a Visiting Committee to the Music Department. For eleven years, soprano/pianist Leslie Holmes www.leslieholmes.net For most of her professional life, Joyce Rice Harp Spectrum , which she and a friend developed to present informative articles about all facets of the harp. Find out more about Joyce and Harp Spectrum at www.eoni.com/~joycerice. A consultant for non-profits in fund raising, governance, and planning, Corty Banks Fengler After almost 30 years, Carolyn Tucker Phillips www.classicsforkids.com
OCUFA Report - Vol.11 No. 2 June 2005 Ontario Minister of Labour Chris bentley, moving first reading of Bill 211, Would anyone dare force a concert violinist to stop performing because of http://www.ocufa.on.ca/report/rept11-2.asp
Extractions: REPORT INDEX 83 Yonge Street, Suite 300, Toronto, Ont. M5C 1S8 Phone: (416) 979-2117 Fax:(416) 593-5607 E-mail: email@example.com Web:http:// www.ocufa.on.ca Volume 11, Number/numéro 2 June 2005 Spring legislative session ends on high note for academics The Ontario government delivered on three key issues during the spring 2005 legislative session, says Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations (OCUFA) President Michael Doucet. The provinces academic community applauds the Ontario governments decision to increase operating funding to universities, to open up universities to Freedom of Information scrutiny, and to eliminate mandatory retirement. "After decades of lobbying for provincial government changes to mandatory retirement and university funding, were ending on a session high," says Doucet. "While the government didnt go as far as wed like on both issues theres more work to be done springs developments represent a positive step forward following years of frustration in the academic community." Postsecondary education dominated the May budget, with a $1.2 billion commitment to increase operating funding by 2009-10. OCUFA urges the government to work towards Bob Raes stretch target of $2.2 billion in additional operating funding but has welcomed Budget 2005 as the first major increase in postsecondary education funding in more than a decade. The budget Bill also brought with it changes to include universities in Freedom of Information legislation a move which Doucet says will heighten accountability and transparency.
Local Calendar Local Calendar (February 11, 2000) 13, at 230 pm featuring karen bentley, violin, with Dmitri Cogan, piano. Enjoy a musical afternoon when this dynamic duo performs works by Bolcom, Brahms, http://www.mv-voice.com/morgue/2000/2000_02_11.cal11l.html
Extractions: Issue date: February 11, 2000 Benefits VALENTINES DAY The Italian Catholic Federation Br. 422 is sponsoring a Valentine Day dinner/dance on Saturday, Feb. 12 , at 6 p.m., with the proceeds benefiting Cooley's Anemia Research. $45/singles; $85/couples. St. Simon Church, Los Altos. Information: 564-5277 or 965-9791. FLEA MARKET Great deals on new and gently used items with the proceeds benefiting Foothill college's Theatre Guild on Saturday, Feb. 19 , from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Admission/FREE; parking/$2. Vendor space available. 12345 El Monte Rd., Los Altos Hills. Information: 948-6417. MARDI GRAS 2000 Benefiting the Mountain View Library Foundation. Saturday, Mar. 4 , 7 p.m.-Midnight. $50/in advance; $65/at the door. 585 Franklin St., MV. Information: 964-2454. Special Events 55TH ANNIVERSERY The Jerusalem Baptist Church of Palo Alto is celebrating the week with a guest preacher, Rev. Dr. Emil Thomas of the Zion Baptist Church of Washington, D.C. on Sunday, Feb. 13
Newsweek.MSNBC.com - Weekend Sharing Benjamin s dumpy apartment and his life is violinist Alice (Juliette Meanwhile, Jane falls for Ricky Fitts (Wes bentley), the new boy next door http://www.msnbc.com/m/nw/a/m/mv_a.asp
Extractions: The performances are uniformly appealing, especially Kazue Tsunogae as an uptight nurse-matron, turned chain-smoking accomplice. And Yaguchi's camera moves are stylish, but his unchecked affection for his own words slows the action down disastrously at times. "Adrenaline Drive" brims with youthful exhuberance, it just needs to cut to the quick a little quicker.
Verge Primary Colors (1995) Peter Joseff, clarinet; karen bentley, violin; karen Rosenak, piano. Into the Wild (1997) Paul Dresher Ensemble Craig Fry, violin; http://www.vergemusic.com/old/0702.htm
Extractions: New Labels: Avatar/Ohm Editions featuring: Botticelli Records featuring: Hat Hut has announced a summer sale on their backlist.Single CDs will be $19 and double CDs will be $32. The items on sale are Hatology up to #542. Hat Now up to #126 The sale will end September 1st. It is an ongoing sale and we can backorder out of stock items at the sale price until the end of August. Unless you state otherwise we will backorder out of stock items. There will be no further discount on these, that is, the backorder discount will not apply on sale items. W Indicates Canadian content 2:13 MUSIC England Pocket Pocket TZ-013-CD Jazz 5024545188721 ($23.00 CD) Renkel, Michael
Extractions: Megan Denise Thore and Matthew Nathan Smith were united in marriage Saturday, September 10, 2005, at Coble's Evangelical Lutheran Church. Reverend Grady Beaver officiated and organist Ted Hunter provided music. The reception followed in the church fellowship hall. On Friday evening the parents of the groom hosted the rehearsal dinner at Alamance Presbyterian Church fellowship hall. Clapp - Marth Allison Leigh Clapp and David Brian Marth were united in marriage Saturday, September 10, 2005, at Pleasant Garden Baptist Church. The Rev. Michael Barrett officiated. The wedding was directed by Kathy Clark of Pleasant Garden, N.C. Music was provided by Sherry Lawson of Greensboro, N.C., pianist, and Stephen Mann of Winston-Salem, N.C, musician.
P.A.M. Band Created by violinist/Composer Kurt Coble Artistic Director, University of APRIL 15 JUNE 13, 2004 Installation Perfect Pitch Curated by karen Shaw http://www.pamband.com/
FindArticles In Prairie Schooner: March 2001 death of violinist Arden Brodsky) by Hunnicutt, Ellen; Mood Sonnet 6.(Poem) by Jaquish, karen I. Adventures in New Testament Greek Nous.(Poem) http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_hb246/is_200103
Extractions: IN free articles only all articles this publication 10,000,000 articles - not found on any other search engine. FindArticles Prairie Schooner Save a personal copy of any page on the Web and quickly find it again with Furl.net. Get started now. (It's free.) Articles in March 2001 issue of Prairie Schooner The Artist of Willendorf.(Poem)
Discoveries Their two violins, gamba and lute are joined by special guest violinist CBC Producers karen Wilson and Adrian Hoffman can be proud of this product. http://www.thewholenote.com/wholenote_may_03/discoveries.html
Extractions: Concert prep - CDs, new or otherwise, which tie in with events being featured in the current issue of the magazine. Note that many discs in the other categories also relate to upcoming events as noted; New and Recent Releases newly released CDs relevant to our magazines coverage of the music scene; Worth Repeating CDs newly re-issued, or previously released but still generally available, deemed particularly noteworthy by a member of our editorial panel; Indie list Small label and independent release CDs, often featuring individuals or groups active on the local music scene. Disc(s) of the month Discs of special interest, often with a particular connection to the months concert activities.
Broadway To Vegas August 15, 2004 karen Black A View Of The Heart August 2023 at Ars Nova in New York City. Lin is a first violinist for the BSO. The two have performed together in http://www.broadwaytovegas.com/August15,2004.html
Extractions: Broadway To Vegas SHOW REVIEWS CELEBRITY INTERVIEWS GOSSIP NEWS GIANT CABBAGES, DEBATING POLITICIANS, OUTHOUSE RACES THE OLDEST PROFESSION GUANTANAMO: HONOR BOUND TO DEFEND FREEDOM NEW UNITED STATES POET LAUREATE ABRACADABRA LIGHTING UP RITA MORENO THE GREAT AMERICAN CONCERT WITH FIREWORKS ACTORS BARE ALL AT THE OMAHA COMMUNITY PLAYHOUSE BECOME A SUPPORTER . . . Scroll Down
IcBerkshire - This Week's Reviews Armenian violinist Tatevik and her partner, Alba, a Spanish pianist, formed a stunning with songs by Will Torrent and flute solos from Julia bentley. http://icberkshire.icnetwork.co.uk/0600whatson/0300theatre/tm_objectid=15402281&
Extractions: Wait Until Dark, Shinfield Players Theatre After electrical problems plunged the theatre into darkness in mid-March, when this play was scheduled to run, Shinfield Players finally staged this production last week. Frederick Knott's thriller is set in a basement flat occupied by Sam Henderson (Steve Crompton) and his blind wife Susy (an exceptional performance by Heidi Ashton, who handled the rising tensions superbly). Petty crooks Mike (Chris Petts), Croker (Mike Leach) and Roat (Peter Lord) target the flat, assuming a blind lady would be easy prey, but they overlook the basic fact that in the dark, they were the ones. While it may have been the author's intention to let us experience our undeveloped senses in the dark, the audience found themselves by some of the final scenes. The demanding set had been skillfully designed by Diane Capel, adding to the overall atmosphere of the piece.
Extractions: Kerri Arakawa Kerri Arakawa is a graduate of California State University Long Beach with a Bachelors degree in Music Education and a Teaching Credential in Music. Kerri started teaching private lessons in Orange County in 1992, and taught music in Los Alamitos before moving to the Irvine Unified School District where she has spent the last 5 years teaching orchestra at the elementary level. She is a member of several professional organizations including National Flute Association, American String Teachers Association, Southern California Band and Orchestra Association, and Music Educators National Conference. In 1986 Bob was awarded the most outstanding new Jazz educator award at the Fullerton College Jazz Festival. In 1993 his peers elected him teacher of the year. Bob and his band were invited to perform in the Opening Ceremonies of 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney Australia. Irvine High was one of only seven in the nation to participate in this remarkable band. In Spring of 2003, Bob was presented by the OCMAA with the Irene Schoepfle Award, recognizing him as the most outstanding K-12 music educator in Orange County. Bob shares his life with his wife Sandy and two sons, Scott and Jeff.
Entertainment Directory Norfolk Library, Route 44 in Norfolk presents violinist CURTIS MACOMBER AND PIANIST Harwinton Public Library, 80 bentley Dr. in Harwinton presents the http://www.thevoicenews.com/News/2002/1101/Entertainment_Directory/
Extractions: Entertainment Directory November 1, 2002 Music and Dance Granby Family Contra Dance holds an evening of CONTRA DANCE on Friday, November 1 from 7-9 p.m. at South Congregational Church Parish Hall, 242 Salmon Brook St. (Route 10) in Granby. Dances are taught and called by Jim Gregory with live music by Heart's Ease, playing popular tunes of Colonial America, Ireland, Scotland and England. Co-sponsored by Holcomb Farm Environmental Learning Centers and Granby Food Co-op. Tickets are $6 adults, $4 children (ages 3-10); for more info call 860-653-6146. Music for a Change presents LUCY KAPLANSKY on Friday, November 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wilde Auditorium of the Harry Jack Gray Center at the University of Hartford, 200 Bloomfield Ave. in West Hartford. Kaplansky is garnering rave reviews for her recently released fourth album, "Every Single Day." Opening the show and performing with Kaplansky will be Jennifer Kimball, who first came to prominence as vocalist for Story (a duo with Jonatha Brooke). Tickets are $17; proceeds benefit Nutmeg Big Brother/ Big Sisters. For more info call 860-768-4228, or 800-274-8587. Norfolk Library Friends of Northwest Park Roaring Brook Nature Center Berkshire Museum
The Curtis Institute Of Music Pamela Frank, Violin, Chamber Music (Strings) In addition, she has studied conducting with Robert Spano and flute with Judith bentley. http://www.curtis.edu/html/30330.shtml
Extractions: Mr. Aldwell received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Juilliard School, where he studied piano with Adele Marcus. He studied theory and Schenkerian analysis privately with Carl Schachter and later with Ernst Oster. He taught keyboard studies at Juilliard from 1966 to 1970 and has been on the Mannes College of Music faculty since 1969. Mr. Aldwell performs recitals throughout the United States, many of them devoted to the works of Bach. He has recorded both books of The Well-Tempered Clavier , as well as the Goldberg Variations Harmony and Voice Leading . Mr. Aldwell joined the faculty of The Curtis Institute of Music in 1971.
Company Dancers & Apprentices the Harvard Extension and participates in bentley College s Model United Nations. Some of her favorite pastimes include playing violin for the gypsy http://www.bostondancecompany.net/id5.html
Extractions: Boston Dance Company Home About Our Company Class Descriptions Schedule of Classes ... Links The Boston Dance Company is comprised of 14 company dancers and 10 apprentices each with his/her own unique abilities. COMPANY CHRISTINA BELINSKY Christina Belinsky began training at the New Hampshire Academie of Dance in Londonderry, NH. She continued her training with Jennifer Rienhart at the New Hampshire School of Ballet where she performed the roles of the Sugar Plum Fairy, Arabian, and Columbine in Nutcracker , and the Lilac Fairy and Aurora in Sleeping Beauty . She also performed as one of Aurora's friends with the New England Civic Ballet. Summer training has included the Rock School and the Vermont Chamber Ballet. This summer she will attend the Alvin Ailey Summer Intensive. Christina has also been a back up dancer for the recording group Fantasy. She has performed in many musicals at the Palace and Majestic Theatres in Manchester, NH. Currently, Christina is a dance Major at Dean College. This was her first year with BDC where she perfomed the roles of Russian, Flowers, and Snow. DANCERS AJAY BHANDARAM Ajay Bhandaram, a native of India, began his ballet training at Califormia College of Pennsylvania. He continued his training with James Reardon and Arthur Leeth of the Boston Ballet. He has performed many leading roles for the Boston Dance Company including the Cavalier and Snow King in Nutcracker; the Prince, the Jester, and an Ugly Sister in Cinderella, and the Devil in Agnes DeMille's Three Virgins and a Devil.