Irwin I Eisenberg Irwin I Eisenberg Biographical Information. Irwin Eisenberg, violinist violist, was born in St. Louis, Missouri and studied violin with Scipione http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Instr Dragon, Carmen harp. James Ehnes - violinist. Irwin I. Eisenberg - violinist. Julia Fischer - violinist. Florestan Trio. Deniz Arman Gelenbe - http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Expression Enterprises by Karen Iglitzin also feature the coaching and participation of veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, Irwin "Irv" Eisenberg. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
MusicalOnline Violin And Viola Chang, Sarah Daugherty, Junior Eisenberg, Irwin Fischer, Julia Jorja Fleezanis Rafael Carlos Gintoliviolinist-Latin American Music Vadim http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
MUSISCOPE - Instrumentistes - Violon and tour schedule for the American violinist and composer. Cerovsek, Corey up and coming violinist. Chang, Sarah. Eisenberg, Irwin - 2nd violin http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
THE CWU "Rainier" Piano Trio with violist Eric Shumsky, violinist Marcia Ott, violist Joyce Ramee and Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and Irwin Eisenberg. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Irwin Irwin I Eisenberg. Irwin Eisenberg, violinist violist, was born in St. Louis, Missouri and studied violin with Scipione Guidi, who was the http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Irwin I Eisenberg irwin eisenberg, violinist violist, was born in St. Louis, Missouri and studiedviolin with Scipione Guidi, who was the concertmaster of the St. Louis http://members.aol.com/irvteresa/
Extractions: Louis, Missouri and studied violin with Scipione Guidi, who was the concertmaster of the St. Louis Symphony. Irv entered the Eastman School of Music where he studied with Gustave Tinlot, and where he was invited to join the Eastman School String Quartet. Further studies were with Raphael Bronstein and Dorothy DeLay in New York. Irv returned to St. Louis for his first orchestra job, playing with the St. Louis Symphony. He founded the St. Louis String Quartet. After several seasons with the St. Louis Symphony he joined the Philadelphia Orchestra in 1946. He remained for 20 years during which time he co-founded the Philadelphia String Quartet. In 1966, after a highly successful tour of South America, Europe and the U.S., and a brilliant 6 concert Carnegie Hall debut, the Quartet was invited to become quartet in residence at the University of Washington. The quartet's career included tours of India, South America, Europe and countless university residences around the U.S. The quartet was in the forefront of spreading the knowledge and love of chamber music from community colleges to elementary schools. During these years they also founded the Olympic Music Festival. His coaching and teaching experience ranges from Dartmouth College, University of Rhode Island and Rutgers University to sessions in Bozeman and Red Lodge, Montana, and at Fort Worden, Western Washington University and Wood Song, and teaching at The International School in Kodaikanal, India.
Expression Enterprises FACULTY Director Karen Iglitzin, and irwin eisenberg of Philadelphia StringQuartet fameand irwin eisenberg, Leslie Marckx, Tom Dziekonski, violinist, http://www.chambermusicmadness.org/madness.htm
Extractions: Programs 2005-2006 A program for student string players to experience the chamber music literature...and be part of a vibrant community of young people! Click here to learn about The Madness Philosophy and Madness testimonials. Monthly sessions of Chamber Music Madness programs enroll students from Bellingham to Port Angeles, from Issaquah to Eugene, Oregon. Come as an individual -you don't need a group! Chamber music has allowed me to connect with my peers in profound ways. These programs have had a deepening affect upon my musicianship by providing me with immense opportunities for musical and personal challenges. Emily Cole-violinist, Seattle, age 18 Camp Nirvana 2001, 2003; Chamber Madness 2000-04 FACULTY: Director Karen Iglitzin, and Irwin Eisenberg of Philadelphia String Quartet fameand Leslie Marckx, dynamic cellist. This is the core faculty who coach each time on a regular basis. Click here for map and directions WHEN: Four times per semester, Sunday afternoons from 2:00-5:00 pm To view current dates, click on
Artist-Show - The Largest Art Link Site In The World! Cerovsek, Corey up and coming violinist. eisenberg, irwin - 2nd violin withPhiladelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony. http://www.artist-show.com/ArtFields/Music/MuLinks/Classical/Artists/Violinists.
Extractions: Violinists Barton, Rachel - a ring devoted to the violinist. Bell, Joshua - provides biography, discography, and tour schedule for the American violinist and composer. Vilhelmas Cepinskis - the top violinist in Lithuania. Cerovsek, Corey - up and coming violinist. Eisenberg, Irwin - 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony. Fischer, Julia - violinist. Fodor, Eugene - soloist who has performed in 35 countries on 5 continents over the last 3 decades. Gearhart, Fritz - offers biography, schedule, and recordings, as well as information on the Oregon String Quartet. Vadim Gluzman - provides biography, schedule, contact information and more for the exciting violinist. Golan, Lawrence
WEBBTIDE 2001-2002 @ SHORELINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Mr. irwin eisenberg is a professional violinist and violist. He played with thePhiladelphia Orchestra, then became a founding member of the Philadelphia http://success.shoreline.edu/ebbtide/archive/v37/v37.6/news-01.htm
Extractions: The award winning Jacques Thibaud String Trio will perform at the Campus Theater on Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. Prize-winners in the prestigious 1999 Bonn Chamber Music Competition, the Jacques Thibaud String Trio was founded at the Berlin School of Art in 1994 and named after the great 19th-century French violinist. Unique among today's chamber ensembles, these three young musicians play by heart. Calling their playing spontaneous and commanding, the New York Times said, "This could be the first string trio in some time to have a major career." These musicians are clearly on a mission, but they are also having fun. The program will include Trio in C minor, Op. 9 No. 3 by Beethoven; String Trio by Jean Franaix; Adagio and Fugue No. 6 in F minor by W.F. Bach and Mozart; Adagio and Fugue No. 3 in F minor by J.S. Bach and Mozart; and Serenade in C major, Op. 10 by Ernst von Dohnanyi. "Their playing had authority as well as heat; exalted expertise a triumph," said the L.A. Times.
Registration For Festivals day festivals, directed by Karen Iglitzin also feature the coaching and participationof veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, irwin Irv eisenberg. http://www.expressionenterprises.org/Festivals_flyer.htm
Extractions: empowering young people through music Camp-In-A-Day TO SUPPORT HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC ENSEMBLES from OUR REGION! (previously known as Northwest Chamber Music Festivals) Information and Registration First come, first served for all the events. These all-day festivals, directed by Karen Iglitzin also feature the coaching and participation of veteran Philadelphia String Quartet violinist, Irwin "Irv" Eisenberg. LIMITED TO FIVE ENSEMBLES TO INSURE QUALITY OF EXPERIENCE. We are happy to coach at any level of ability or chamber music experience. The supportive atmosphere helps the students to feel comfortable. Our groups range from piano trio to chamber orchestras, and hailed from Salem to Walla- Walla. Master class with Karen: Each ensemble receives a public coaching session from Karen; observers actively involved in the critique process. Coaching with Irv Eisenberg : a private coaching session- with chance to ask questions, discuss rehearsal techniques and get new ideas! Observation and critique: Enjoy the chance to listen and give feedback to peer ensembles Ideas for directors: how to improve your chamber program and apply ideas to the larger orchestra and program Group bonding : Festivals include a mystery activity that is designed to allow the students to interact with those from other regions.
Saint Louis Symphony of the concerto with violinists irwin eisenberg and Rex Clark in March 1940 . He probably played the work with his violinist father and the court http://www.saintlouissymphony.org/0304notes/2-21-04.htm
Bernice Eisenberg Ms. eisenberg And the drummer and the violinist were sisters. or speakers,was Jim, Colonel Jim irwin, who was the eighth man on the moon. http://www.visitmonmouth.com/oralhistory/bios/EisenbergBernice.htm
Extractions: Birthdate of Subject: August 20, 1927 Ms. Eisenberg: Good morning, Flora. Ms. Higgins: It's very pleasant for me to be here this morning and to talk about Long Branch and the twentieth century. What perhaps is your most salient memory? What would you like to tell us about this morning? Ms. Eisenberg: I think I would like to talk about my parents and the hotel business that they were in, in Long Branch, on the boardwalk. In the end of this story, there will be three hotels that they bought, or built, or managed in the course of their entire marriage. Ms. Higgins: That's wonderful. What are the hotels? Are they still there? Ms. Eisenberg:
The Lightspan Network - Sw Grade Level 69+ Contributor Patricia Midon. eisenberg, irwin This is a sitethat provides information about the concert violinist irwin eisenberg. http://www.lightspan.com/common/studyweb/sw.asp?target=http://www.studyweb.com/l
CWU STRING FACULTY They, along with violinist Marcia Kaufmann and violist Scott Hosfeld Eric Shumskyand Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and irwin eisenberg. http://www.cello.org/The_Society/Faculty.html
Extractions: Ms. Rehkopf has performed in the Oregon Coast Symphony, the Lake Chelan Bachfeste, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival and the SummerWind Music Festival. They have given masterclasses and workshops at the Evergreen Music Camp, the Olympia Youth Symphony Camp, the Birch Bay Festival and the Okanagon B.C. Community School. They, along with violinist Marcia Kaufmann and violist Scott Hosfeld, comprise the Kairos String Quartet. The Kairos Quartet has given concerts in Virginia, Oklahoma, and Washington and is in residence at the Icicle Creek Music Center in Leavenworth. Projects have included the world premiere of three quartets by Argentinian composer Ricardo Garcia Barrero. Mr. Michel enjoys a professional career as an accomplished soloist, teacher and chamber musician. For the past five years, he has served as the cello and bass professor at Central Washington University. He regularly gives solo recitals and has appeared as soloist with the Reno Chamber Orchestra, the Wenatchee Symphony, the Yakima Symphony, Tacoma Young Artists Orchestra and others. During the past summers, Mr. Michel has performed in the Oregon Coast Symphony, the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival, the Lake Chelan Bachfeste and the Banff Music Festival. He has given masterclasses and workshops at the Evergreen Music Camp, the Olympia Youth Symphony Camp, the Birch Bay Festival, the Okanagon B.C. Community School and the Interlochen Arts Camp. His formal training includes Bachelor and Master degrees from the University of Michigan and the New England Conservatory. Bernard Greenhouse of the Beaux Arts Trio, Jeffrey Solow and Stefan Popov were his main teachers.
THE CWU "Rainier" Piano Trio collaborated with violist Eric Shumsky, violinist Marcia Ott, violist Joyce Rameeand Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and irwin eisenberg. http://www.cello.org/The_Society/Trio.html
Extractions: The CWU "Rainier" Piano Trio The CWU Trio makes regular tours of the Pacific Northwest, performing extensively throughout the state of Washington as well as Nevada and British Columbia. Concerts have included the Governor's Mansion, the Battelle Institute and the Wenatchee Friends of Music Series. The Trio has recently collaborated with violist Eric Shumsky, violinist Marcia Ott, violist Joyce Ramee and Philadelphia String Quartet members Alan Iglitzen and Irwin Eisenberg. At the 1991 American String Teachers Association National Convention, the Trio's performance of the Brahms Piano Trio in B Major was praised by ASTA president Robert Culver for its "great style, facility and admired depth of insight." In 1992 the Trio performed Beethoven's Triple Concerto with the Tacoma Young Artists Orchestra.