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Extractions: Contact: EMAIL WEBSITE Widely acknowledged as one of the UK's leading virtuosi, Thomas Bowes began learning the violin with Lee Ken Kok at the age of 7, but it wasn't until he was 17 and had begun to study with the renowned Hungarian pedagogue Bela Katona, that he realised music had become his true vocation, and his chosen career. Passion and integrity, without extramusical gimmicks, are fundamental to Tom's playing. Leading recent audiences and critics to describe him as "just awesome.". "In everything he played, Bowes revealed an exacting and deeply felt musicianship." After graduating from Trinity College of Music, Thomas became the founder leader of the Maggini String Quartet,then concertmaster of the London Mozart Players, with whom he made his BBC Proms debut under the direction of Jane Glover. This acclaimed leadership resulted in numerous invitations to guest lead some of the UK's greatest orchestras. These include the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Sinfonietta and the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, working closely with the late Sir George Solti, Sir Colin Davis, Michael Tilson Thomas, Joseph Swensen and Kent Nagano. As a soloist, concert highlights include a performance of Szymanowski's 2nd Violin Concerto with Takuo Yuasa and the Ulster Orchestra, followed by a specially commissioned recording of this work for the BBC 1998 Proms season. In 1999 Thomas made his debut with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, giving the world premiere of John Metcalf's Violin Concerto "Paradise Haunts..". Last season saw performances of Mozart and Tchaikovsky concertos with the Moscow Chamber Orchestra during its tours of The United States of America and again with them at New York's Town Hall. Early in 2001 he gave 2 performances of the Elgar Violin Concerto in San Francisco and Montana, leaving critics struggling for superlatives and audiences ".in rapt silence" ".. 900 listeners leapt to their feet in (a) show of admiration..."
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Artists - Pro Art Symphony Orchestra World Class British violinist thomas bowes joined the orchestra for a specialconcert January 21st, 2001 at the Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts in http://www.proartsymphony.com/artists.html
Extractions: Thomas Bowes British Violinist Guests World Class British violinist Thomas Bowes joined the orchestra for a special concert January 21st, 2001 at the Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts in Walnut Creek. Mr. Bowes performed Sir Edward Elgar's "Violin Concerto" which is considered to be one of the finest concertos written for the instrument. Based in London, Bowes has built a reputation as a leading violin virtuoso. Thomas Bowes made his BBC concerto debut in 1991 with Jane Glover and the London Mozart Players. He is also the former concertmaster with the world-famous Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Orchestra and the London Philharmonic. To read more about Thomas Bowes as well as to hear some some music clips please visit his web site Jon Nakamatsu Cliburn Gold Medalist On June 24th, 2001 the Pro Art Symphony joined forces once again with Jon Nakamatsu under the baton of Maestro Gardner in a performance of Saint-Saens' brilliant Piano Concerto No. 4. Also featured at this program was a perfomance of Gustav Holst's blockbuster score, "The Planets". This classical music composition would convert even the staunchest hard core rock enthusiast to a new appreciation of classical music!
Special Events - Pro Art Symphony Orchestra October 29, 2000 thomas bowes, violinist, and Eleanor Alberga, known as DoubleExposure performed contemporary and original compositions at the Walnut http://www.proartsymphony.com/special.html
Extractions: Pro Art Symphony Orchestra Special Events The Pro Art Symphony also plans a few musical experiences each year in small, intimate settings. Patrons and guests are treated to interesting lectures, wonderful performances by renowned artists and the incomparable opportunity to meet and talk with the artists. Events like these allow Pro Art's audiences to meet other music lovers in the community. Past Special Events Double Exposure October 29, 2000: Thomas Bowes, violinist, and Eleanor Alberga, known as "Double Exposure" performed contemporary and original compositions at the Walnut Creek home of an orchestra patron. (More on Double Exposure Don't miss our next Special Event! (Date to be announced) See the Events Calendar for a listing of this year's performances and the most current program information.
NEWS RELEASE The concert features the stunning violinist thomas bowes as soloist for one ofthe most beloved of all concertos Tchaikovsky¹s Violin Concerto in D. The http://www.oxfordphil.com/start/PressReleases/SEASON2004-5.htm
Extractions: ³Human to Superhuman² was a journey Professor Lord Winston took millions of TV viewers on recently. In June, he comes to Oxford to take an Oxford Philomusica audience on a musical journey as he narrates Peter and the Wolf , preceded by a talk on an as yet undisclosed topic! The orchestra¹s new season got off to a sticky start with the sudden closure of the Sheldonian Theatre , its regular venue. The new brochure was withdrawn and a desperate search was carried out to find alternative venues. It was a question of damage limitation, as no equivalent-size theatre exists in Oxford. So, decisions had to be made on whether a change of date or change of programme would be more acceptable to the many who had already purchased tickets. The season¹s first concert, on 29 October, offers the same programme but in the Town Hall , whereas that on 20 November offers the same soloist violinist Thomas Bowes , plus the presenter Humphrey Burton , but with a change of programme and in the newly refurbished St Aldate¹s Church New associations include the newly formed Philharmonia Chamber Choir for a Christmas Messiah on 18 December ; the world famous London Symphony Chorus for Carmina Burana on 26 February; the
- Eleanor Alberga With her husband, the British violinist thomas bowes, she formed the very successfulduo Double Exposure an ensemble committed to playing and http://www.joyousjam.com/jamaicasclassicalmusicians/id6.html
Extractions: Jamaica's Classical Musicians - Eleanor Alberga Home Time line - Eleanor Alberga - Nerine Barrett ... Some brief biographies tweNavbarPreload("../sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/taosign.gif","twe380421A"); tweNavbarPreload("../sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/taosign.gif","twe380421B"); Outstanding Pianist and Composer Eleanor Alberga was born in 1949, in Kingston, Jamaica, and began her musical career by learning the piano at the age of five. She later gained the only biennial West Indian Associated Board scholarship, which she took up at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she studied classical piano and singing. At different times she has been a member of the Jamaican Folk Singers and an African dance company, and later Music Director of London Contemporary Dance Theatre, thus bringing a richly diverse musical background to her work. She has established herself in the mainstream of British contemporary music and enjoys an international reputation as a composer. Her music has been performed by many leading orchestras, including the London Philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Bournemouth Sinfonietta, London Mozart Players and the Women's Philharmonic of San Francisco, with performances in countries as far afield as Australia and China.
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