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Extractions: is a violin and guitar duo that records, performs and commissions new music for guitar. Our Label, Guitar Plus Records, is dedicated to promoting, perpetuating and enriching chamber music with guitar and is celebrating the music of the Avant Garde with the CD - FM1:Homage to the 50s. Now available internationally.
Postnet.com | Help | Archives | Search Results violinist judith ingolfsson made a hit last season when she filled in at the St.Louis Symphony Orchestra. Here is her debut recital disc, http://www.heringman.com/reviews/Josquin des Pres/st louis.htm
Extractions: Page E5 Despite the well-publicized cutbacks in the classical music recording industry, high-quality releases keep finding their way to the marketplace. While there are fewer coming from the big companies, smaller firms (perhaps devoted more to the music and less purely to the bottom line) are filling the gap with plenty of interesting material - and the biggies aren't dead yet. "The Earliest Songbook in England" (Gothic Voices; Christopher Page, director. Hyperion CDA67177) may have an unimaginative title, but its music is winning. It gets its name from its source material, "a few leaves of parchment folded together, poorly written, decayed by damp, marred by stains and the ravages of time," as Page writes in the liner notes. Copied by an unknown collector around 1200, preserved by being recycled as flyleaves in another volume, these monophonic (solo) and polyphonic (written for multiple voices) are mostly religious in nature, but sometimes move into secular territory. Charming tunes like "Magno guadens gaudio" and sophisticated writing as found in "Ad honorem salvatoris" (in two versions) help to make this a disc of interest. From the oddly named label Discipline Global Mobile comes "Josquin des Prez: Sixteenth-Century Lute Settings," thoughtfully and stylishly played by Jacob
RonaldSat He made his Carnegie Hall debut with violinist judith ingolfsson in 2000, receivingcritical acclaim in the New York Times, Strings Magazine, http://www.ronaldsat.homestead.com/
Extractions: He made his Carnegie Hall debut with violinist Judith Ingolfsson in 2000, receiving critical acclaim in the New York Times, Strings Magazine, and the American Record Guide. In the following year, the duo's debut CD on the Catalpa Label captured the first annual Chamber Music America/WQXR Record Award. Other distinguished artists he has collaborated with include violinists Elmar Oliveira and Zvi Zeitlin, cellist Hai-Ye Ni, tenor Warren Mok, Metropolitan Opera soprano Indra Thomas, baritones Randall Scarlata and Thomas Meglioranza. He has also performed chamber music with such artists as clarinetist Alexander Fiterstein, the Avalon and Miami String Quartets. Ronald Sat's performances have been featured on various radio and television stations, including WQXR and WNYC of New York, WFYI of Indianapolis, WCLV of Cleveland, National Public Radio, NBC Today Show, PBS, NHK Television of Japan, and Icelandic National Broadcasting Service. His performance with 14-year old clarinet sensation, Alia Sabur, appeared in major television network across the US. This season, he made his recent Lincoln Center
Chestnut Hill Local - LocalLife Story #4 Cellist Mirjam ingolfsson and pianist Robert Koenig will be the featured during which time both Mirjam and her sister, violinist judith, were born. http://www.chestnuthilllocal.com/archives/021904/locallife4.html
Extractions: Why Settlement teacher left to start own academy By Michael Caruso , Opus 36. It will be sponsored by the Leopold Mozart Academy (4833 Pulaski Ave. in Germantown) through its Franz Fassbind Foundation. During these years, Ursula joined the piano faculty of the Settlement Music School, teaching at both the Northeast Branch as well as at the earliest manifestations of the soon-to-become West Philadelphia Branch in Wynnefield. She continued teaching at Settlement in West Philadelphia until five years ago and in the Northeast until three years ago. For more information, call 215-848-4223 or visit www.LeopoldMozartAcademy.com
Extractions: Head-Fi (Headphone Hi-Fi and Portable Audio) Equipment Category Forums Cables, Power, Tweaks, Speakers, Accessories (DBT-Free Forum) Featured Full Reviews of Cables, Power, Tweaks, Speakers, Accessories ... PDA View Full Version : Some impressions of Headphile's XRS and BlackSilver interconnects stuartr 02-28-2004, 12:11 AM One thing I will say right out I love critical listening; it brings me so much closer to the music. When using a good system, I can immerse myself in the music and really try to get at my own understanding of it. While I may try to focus on certain aspects of the music (how does it do highs, bass, separation etc), I still find myself really enjoying the experience of listening. In reviewing these interconnects, my main priority is to isolate which one brings me closest to what I feel is natural sound. I am a huge classical music fan, and I know what chamber music sounds like in a concert hall this is what I look for when I evaluating components. From there I went to Tortoises TNT. This is post rock that is a mixture of percussion, electronic music, some guitar, and field recordings. I found that the 1010s again had a wider soundstage. They were a tad less forward while maintaining detail and clarity. The XRS had a smaller soundstage, but they still gave the sense of being enveloped by sound. They were quite involving, and certainly rocked on occasion, the top end detail became less than comfortable these sections were few and far between. On Rachmaninovs Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, the XRS sounded heavenly. This is Russian Orthodox Church music, and it consists of a large male and female choir. Ukrainian basses reach deeper than almost any other singers, while the sopranos go very high. The tone that the XRS displayed was equal to the 1010s, while the choir sounded a bit wider left to right on the 1010s.
ARTMAIL - OCTOBER 2002 joined by the classical world s rising star, violinist judith ingolfsson.The program features Delius Prelude to Irmelin , Brahms Violin Concerto, http://www.vermontartscouncil.org/article.php?id=28
Extractions: Back to Home Monday, Sep 12, 2005 Entertainment email this print this reprint or license this Posted on Fri, Jul. 29, 2005 I f you didn't buy season tickets to the Broadway in Columbus Series last year, but want to buy them for 2005-06, the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts will open its doors Saturday. You're allowed to go into the Bill Heard Theatre between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to choose where you want to sit. Of course, last year's season ticket holders who have renewed their tickets have already chosen their seats, so you'll have to pick vacant seats. The seats already chosen will be clearly marked. The shows this year are " Thoroughly Modern Millie ," Oct. 9; "
Extractions: Performers - Judith Ingolfsson (Performing in Music in the Time of James Fenimore Cooper on Wednesday, August 7) Since winning the 1998 Gold Medal of the prestigious International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, Judith Ingolfsson has established herself world-wide as an artist of uncompromising musical maturity, extraordinary technical command and charismatic performance style. Highlights of Judith Ingolfsson's current season include performances with the orchestras of Bakersfield, Bellevue, Loudoun, Roswell and South Carolina. Her debut with the Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, playing Tchaikovsky's Concerto for Violin , will be released as a CD on the orchestra's BPO Live label. Judith Ingolfsson has frequently appeared on radio and television broadcasts, beginning with a performance on Icelandic TV at the age of five. Since then, she has been seen on PBS, "CBS Sunday Morning" and Japan's National Broadcasting Company (NHK). In 1999, National Public Radio's "Performance Today" named her "Debut Artist of the Year" for her "remarkable intelligence, musicality, and sense of insight." She is also the recipient of the 2001 Chamber Music America/WQXR Record Award for her debut CD for Catalpa Classics, featuring a varied program ranging from Bach to Ned Rorem.
Cooperstown Chamber Music Festival - Performers judith ingolfsson, violin, 20042005, Patrick Jee, cello, 2003. Gilbert Kalish,piano, 2003, John Kehayas, bassoon, 2002. Richard Killmer, oboe, 2003 http://www.cooperstownmusicfest.org/performers.htm
Extractions: Festival Performers in 2005 Ensembles Trio Solisti St. Lawrence String Quartet Individual Artists Katie Boardman, barrel organ (8/7) Bradley Brookshire, harpsichord Amy Burton, voice Melvin Chen, piano Linda Chesis, artistic director and flute ... Yousif Sheronick, percussion (community outreach) Hopkinson Smith, lute Peter Weitzner, double bass Festival Performers, 1999-2005 Ensembles Ariel Winds, 2002 Avalon String Quartet, 2002 Borromeo String Quartet, 2000 Chiara String Quartet, 2004 The Gryphon Trio, 2002 Hank Jones Trio, 2004 The Prism Brass Quintet, 2003 Rossetti String Quartet, 2003 St. Lawrence String Quartet, 2005 Stefon Harris Quartet, 2003 Tokyo String Quartet, 2002-2004 Trio Solisti, 2003-2005 Whitman String Quartet, 2001 Individual Artists Ella Toovy Avitzour, cello, 2002 Maria Bachmann, violin, 1999-2005 Katie Boardman, barrel organ, 2005
Extractions: CATALPA 65896-30101 (72:57) Ronald Sat provides sensitive, atmospheric support, and Catalpa's engineers have captured the full bloom of the Stradivari upon which she plays. But the violinist's unique poetry, personalizing each of the diverse works, carries the recital. This sensitivity, rarer now perhaps than in past generations, should ingratiate her with audiences. And this first collection deserves morethoughtful attention than that almost automatically accorded to the megahyped debuts of hothoused prodigies. Highly recommended. Robert Maxham Icelandic violinist Judith Ingolfsson is the 1998 gold medal winner of the quadrennial International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, the violin world's most prestigious prize. Her artistry was recently heralded as "effortless; her tone ravishingly beautiful, pure and adaptable; her sense of style unerring; and her expressiveness simple, direct and strongly felt (Strings)."
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Extractions: Rising Stars Need Great Instruments to Succeed Yi-Jia Susanne Hou, violin Canadian Yi-Jia Susanne Hou began her violin studies with her father Alec in her home town of Toronto at the age of four. At age nine she was invited to study at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto as a scholarship student. Hou went on to receive a Bachelor of Music from Juilliard where she studied with Dorothy DeLay and Naoko Tanaka. She has also been a full scholarship and fellowship student at the Aspen Music Festival for nine seasons. This remarkable violinist has won Gold Medals in three important international competitions: the 1999 Concours International Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud in France, the 1999 Rodolfo Lipizer International Violin Competition in Italy, and the 1997 Pablo Sarasate International Violin Competition in Spain.
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