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TOKYO ENSEMBLE Reviews Tokyo Ensemble, directed by the violinist joji hattori, gave its debut at theKioi Hall on the 30th April. The ensemble has 18 string players, http://www.tokyo-ensemble.com/eng/reviews.htm
Extractions: In the opening Dvorak's Waltz, warm and velvety sound from the string section, characteristic of this ensemble, as well as the naturally secure intonation were already evident. This was followed by the commissioned work Two Fragments for Solo Violin and Quartet: Black and Yellow by the late Ikuma Dan which combined the enjoyment of Dan's easily accessible musical language with the visual entertainment of black-and-yellow costume. The third work Dvorak's String Quintet No.2 seemed less polished, however it left a potential for further experiment in programming - they are planning to continue incorporating chamber works in an orchestral concert. With the guest viola player Masao Kawasaki and Hattori himself as the soloists, the final work Sinfonia Concertante by Mozart was very enjoyable and full of lively spirit. Instead of trying to compete with each other's individual interpretations and techniques, the two soloists agreeably made their musical personalities come through and supported each other. This, together with very fine playing from the orchestra resulted in a pleasantly convincing performance. The concept of this newly established ensemble is to create an environment in which the performers and the audience are able to share the joy of ensemble playing: tonight's program successfully reflected this with its diversity of works included and the vitality evident throughout.
TOKYO ENSEMBLE Concept Founded by the conductor and violinist joji hattori in 2001, the Tokyo Ensemblewas already so successful in its first year that it was invited by Tokyo http://www.tokyo-ensemble.com/eng/concept.htm
Extractions: Founded by the conductor and violinist Joji Hattori in 2001, the Tokyo Ensemble was already so successful in its first year that it was invited by Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall to perform within its prestigious concert series in September 2002. It has since performed both domestically and internationally, including a concert in Seoul in 2002 and an acclaimed tour of Portugal with the renowned pianist Maria Joao Pires in June 2003. The Tokyo Ensemble aims to display its expressive and communicative style through the versatility of the repertoire as well as through its appearance, with elegant costumes in black and yellow, the Ensemble's image colors. For its inaugural concert, the distinguished Japanese composer, Ikuma Dan dedicated a new work "Two Fragments in Black and Yellow" to the Ensemble.
Cora Venus Lunny including joji hattori, Eugene Sarbu, Rimma Sushanskaya, Arkady Futer, Cora Venus has won all of the major violin and music competitions in Ireland, http://www.violinist.com/directory/bio.cfm?member=Venus
Caramba! - Housle Skladatelé svetové hudby The world violinists violinist (angl. Bell Joshua Elman Misha Enescu George Haendel Ida hattori joji http://www.caramba.cz/page.php?PgID=584
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Maazel-Vilar Conductors' Competition Born in Tokyo, joji hattori was raised in Vienna and received his musical Mr. hattori is Artistic Director of the International Violin Festival Genius http://www.maazel-vilar.org/participant.php?participant=4&round=7
Artistic Advisory Committee Concertos (with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra) and Mozart Violin Concertos (withthe London Mozart Players). For more information on joji hattori, visit his http://geniusoftheviolin.org/violin/page.asp?personID=768xxnNwA9Pz6KNuch6lBkmA6q
Conductors As violin soloist joji hattori has appeared with many international orchestrasincluding the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Prague http://geniusoftheviolin.org/violin/page.asp?pageID=14152DPTRWunpIfdX5h5BH4YoasB
Lauenen Concerts | Chamber Music | Lauenen joji hattori, violin viola. Artistic Director of this project, was born inJapan and spent most of his childhood in Vienna. Influenced by both cultures http://www.lauenenconcerts.com/artists/jh.htm
Extractions: V Klotz, Georg V ex Hubay, ex Gerle Strad., A. Remarks: Gerle's teacher Géza de Kresz was a pupil of Hubay and Sevcik. Gerle as a child is said to have heard Hubay play the instrument he would own many years later. After a recital with the cellist Piatigorsky the audience was so impressed with the affinity between Gerle and his instrument, the ex Hubay , that several members of the Board of the San Diego Symphony decided to help him acquire it. Originally Gerle did not want accept such an obligation and asked Piatigorsky for guidance, who meant:
Jennifer Pike March 13 issue of Classical Music magazine with joji hattori and Corina Belcea,all previous prizewinners of the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition http://website.lineone.net/~jeremypike/Jennifer Pike Home Page.htm
Extractions: Jennifer Pike - BBC Young Musician of the Year Home Page Latest News Recent Events Next Concert Jennifer Pike, British violinist BBC Young Musician of the Year 2002 "one of Britains brightest musical prodigies for a generation" http://www.jenniferpike.co.uk Official Home Page LATEST NEWS - Jennifer made a sensational debut appearance in this summer's BBC Proms season in the Royal Albert Hall. She was be one of the youngest ever violinists to perform in this celebrated festival, opening the special Violins Day at 2.30pm on Saturday July 30 with a beautiful solo performance of music by Bach, broadcast live on BBC Radio 3, which was acclaimed by audience and critics alike: There could be no better way to open a three-concert day devoted to the violin than a solo from Britain's foremost young fiddler: the 15-year-old Jennifer Pike stepped on to the platform and delivered the prelude (and gavotte en rondeau) from Bach's Third Partita with perfect poise and assurance, her instrument sounding clear and strong." The Independent 2 August 2005 The most rewarding part of the whole five-hour venture came in the first five minutes, when 15-year-old Jennifer Pike played a pair of movements from Bach's solo Partita No 3 with great subtlety and composure.
Classicalist.com and Ani Schnarch (1997 2003) Masterclasses with joji hattori, Itzhak Rashkovsky with St Catharines College Music Society) Bach Triple Violin Concerto (with http://www.classicalist.com/cgi-bin/printindiv.cgi?directory=Performer&id=219&ex
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Extractions: Join Ciao Login Help Enter your search term in All categories Cameras Cars Ciao Café Computers DVDs Electronics Entertainment Family Finance Games Household Appliances Internet Music Office Equipment Shopping Software Telecommunications Travel Home Music Classical Classic FM Music for Dinner Parties Overall user rating: This product has not yet been reviewed. Best Price: document.write(''); Go shopping Make money Overview Compare Prices ... Reviews Product Information Resources Product Information Classic FM Music for Dinner Parties Top of Page Main Specs Title Classic FM Music for Dinner Parties Composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750); (Jakob Ludwig) Felix Mendelssohn (-Bartholdy) (1809 - 1847); Antonio (Lucio) Vivaldi (1678 - 1741); Erik (Alfred Leslie) Satie (1866 - 1925); Franz Liszt (1811 - 1886); (Franz) Joseph Haydn (1732 - 1809); Giacomo (Antonia Domenico Michele Secondo Maria) Puccini (1858 - 1924); Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791); Fritz Kreisler (1875 - 1962); George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759) Main Performer Joji Hattori (Violin); John Lenehan (Harpsichord); John Lenehan (Piano); Kathryn Stott (Piano); Steven Isserlis (Cello)
Classic FM Music For Driving - Specifications Main Performer, Lesley Garrett (Soprano); joji hattori (Violin); Paul Bateman (Piano) Main Performer, joji hattori (Violin). Opera Part(s), joji hattori http://cd.ciao.co.uk/Classic_FM_Music_for_Driving__6016247/TabId/4
Extractions: Join Ciao Login Help Enter your search term in All categories Cameras Cars Ciao Café Computers DVDs Electronics Entertainment Family Finance Games Household Appliances Internet Music Office Equipment Shopping Software Telecommunications Travel Home Music Classical Classic FM Music for Driving Overall user rating: This product has not yet been reviewed. Best Price: document.write(''); Go shopping Make money Overview Compare Prices ... Reviews Product Information Resources Product Information Classic FM Music for Driving Top of Page Main Specs Title Classic FM Music for Driving Composer Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 - 1827); Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893); Antonio (Lucio) Vivaldi (1678 - 1741); George Frideric Handel (1685 - 1759); Ennio Morricone (b 1928); Giuseppe (Fortunino Francesco) Verdi (1813 - 1901); Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791); Johann Sebastian Bach (1685 - 1750); (Clément Philibert) Léo Delibes (1836 - 1891); Sergey (Sergeyevich) Prokofiev (1891 - 1953) Main Performer Lesley Garrett (Soprano); Joji Hattori (Violin); Paul Bateman (Piano); Maria Bachmann (Violin); Boris Berezovsky (Piano)
Christian Garrick Complete respect to Susanne Barthelmes, joji hattori, Philip Shepherd et al The next Genius Of the Violin Festival is scheduled for February 2006 and http://www.chrisgarrick.com/blitherings.htm
Extractions: Recordings Gigs Biographical Gallery The first Genius of the Violin Festival was, for all intents and purposes, a sensational success. Its main goal - to celebrate every aspect of the violin's past, present and future - was met in stunning style. It was a thrill to be part of it and I'm really thankful for the chance to be involved in so many ways. Indeed, it was a privilege to be in a position to help broaden peoples' awareness of the violin beyond the classical sphere. I was involved in four concerts and I also contributed some words on jazz violin for the souvenir programme. There were two dates at the 606 Club, the Violin Summit with Mike Piggott, Stuart Hall, John Etheridge, Tom Cawley, Ole Rasmussen and Tom Hooper, and the group night with Orquestra Mahatma and my quartet sharing the evening. The two nights saw the famous little basement jazz club in Chelsea stuffed out, even turning people away! Radio 3 recorded the Summit gig for Jazz Line-up. It featured solo sets from the three violinists and a selection of triumphant ensemble pieces featuring everyone. I got so excited by the idea of us all mucking-in together I even wrote one tune just for the night, entitled 'There She Is'. Stuart brought a Hemeto Pascael tune, Mike suggested Dancy Dancy by John Handy and I wrote out arrangements of Undecided and a transcription of Bud Powell's version of 'Get Happy'. Great fun and I hope we can do it again. Complete respect to Susanne Barthelmes, Joji Hattori, Philip Shepherd et al for their incredible achievement. The next Genius Of the Violin Festival is scheduled for February 2006 and promises to include new aspects about the violin in art and in cinema. Can't wait.