Solstice Music Festival judith ingolfsson, Stefan Milenkovich violin, Alan R Kay - clarinet RobertDeGaetano, Ronald Sat - piano. Tickets. Walpurgis Nacht http://www.solsticemusic.org/season.html
Extractions: Sunday, June 26, 2005; 3:00 pm at Synagogue for the Arts Song of the Rat Certain rat, dans une cuisine Berlioz Branders Lied Wagner Lied des Brander Busoni Song of the Flea Aus Goethes Faust Beethoven Lied des Mephistopheles I Wagner Lied des Mephistopheles aus Goethes Faust Busoni Pesnja Mefistofelja v pogrebke Au`erbakha Mussorgsky Wieniawski Octet for strings Mendelssohn Randall Scarlata - baritone, Judith Ingolfsson, Stefan Milenkovich
Patron Of The Arts: Music Performers judith ingolfsson, violin. A native of Iceland, judith ingolfsson made her solodebut with the Waiblinger Chamber Orchestra in Germany at the age of eight. http://pubs.utb.edu/web/patronofthearts/music_performers.htm
Extractions: Music Performers San Antonio Early Music Ensemble Now in its 29th year, the San Antonio Early Music Ensemble was formed at San Antonio College in an effort to recreate the sounds of Medieval and Renaissance Music. Frequently featured at conventions and music festivals such as the Round Top Festival of Early Music and the Texas Music Educators Association convention, they have performed extensively throughout Texas, New Mexico, and Louisiana and have been presented twice on National Public Radios "Performance Today." Friday, September 24, at 8 p.m. UTB/TSC Science and Engineering Technology Building Lecture Hall Judith Ingolfsson, violin A native of Iceland, Judith Ingolfsson made her solo debut with the Waiblinger Chamber Orchestra in Germany at the age of eight. Since then, she has won such prestigious awards as First Prize at the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis, First Prize at the DAngelo International Young Artists Competition, and Third Prize and Audience favorite at the Paganini International Violin Competition. Ingolfsson has appeared with symphonies throughout Europe, Asia, and the United States and has been featured on National Public Radios "Performance Today" and CBS Sunday Morning. Monday, October 25, at 8 p.m.
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Nuvo.net / A Competition Perspective judith ingolfsson, 1998 Gold Medalist if the International Violin Competition ofIndianapolis. (Photo By Christian Steiner) http://www.nuvo.net/archive/2002/09/04/a_competition_perspective.html
Extractions: "Gala Opening Concert, 2005-2006 Faculty Artist Series" at the Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center. Maestro Raymond Leppard with the University of Indianapolis faculty and guests. Sept. 12, 7:30 p.m. Pre-concert discussion with Leppard, 7 p.m. Free. 637-4574. Check out other great events in the calendar Switch article text style: serif sans-serif Posted on September 04, 2002 / Email to a friend Comments (closed) / (with material contributed by Cathy Strauss) For the arts world, "the Indianapolis" is almost the equal of the "500" in the sports world. A plethora of performances, big prizes and a festival atmosphere characterize the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis (IVCI) every fourth September. "The ultimate violin contest Ö" writes the Chicago Tribune. Many laureates of "the Indianapolis" have emerged as outstanding artists in concert halls around the world. Though possibly a bit ironic, it is also predictable that the greatest successes have not always gone to the gold medalists - anymore than the "500" winners have always proven the best racers. Judith Ingolfsson, 1998 Gold Medalist if the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. (Photo By Christian Steiner)
Cleveland Institute Of Music judith ingolfsson, violin Gold Medal, 1998 International Violin Competition ofIndianapolis; performances at Carnegie Hall and with orchestras in the US and http://www.cim.edu/specProgEncoreAchieve.php
Cleveland Institute Of Music judith ingolfsson (MM, 1994, AD, 1996, violin) won the Gold Medal in theInternational Violin Competition of Indianapolis, receiving a cash prize of $30000, http://www.cim.edu/cimHistory.php
Extractions: About ... Mission History 1920s and 1930s The dream of a conservatory in Cleveland, Ohio became a reality in April 1920 when a small group of founders each contributed $1000 to establish a "school of music where every type of student could find opportunity for the best musical education." Temporary studios at the Hotel Statler sufficed until a facility was found. The Cleveland Institute of Music opened its doors on December 8, 1920 at 3146 Euclid Avenue in a grand house with grand ideals. Ernest Bloch, the esteemed composer, was named the first Musical Director, and Mrs. Franklyn B. Sanders became Executive Director. The mission, proclaimed by Mr. Bloch, relayed the forethought which has guided The Institute through its 75 years, to be celebrated in grand style beginning this April. "Musical education, in addition to the thorough study of technique, ought above all else, to develop qualities of appreciation, judgment and taste, and to stimulate understanding and love of music." Willard M. Clapp was President of the Board. Faculty were already in place. Nathan Fryer, a pupil of Leschetizky, taught piano and ensemble. Cleveland Orchestra members, Louis Edlin, concertmaster, and Victor de Gomez, first cello, were hired. For a term of 24 weeks, at a cost ranging from $150 to $500, one could study an instrument, theory and composition, chorus singing or ensemble, and rhythm and eartraining.
Web Concert Hall - CD Release Announcement Prelude in Memoriam Dmitri Shostakovitch for Violin and Tape. Bridge records, Inc.www.bridgerecords.com. judith ingolfsson Violin. Ronald Sat (Piano) http://www.webconcerthall.com/releasedcd/violin.htm
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WFIMC | Laureates Indianapolis 1998. International Violin Competition of Indianapolis. judith ingolfsson.Iceland. 1st Prize. Violin. Contact Information. Address. Phone 1 http://www.wfimc.org/cgi-bin/public/view.cgi?laur_id=400&type=laur-jv&tpl=pub-la
The Philharmonic Brian Lewis, judith ingolfsson, Stephanie Chase, Dylana Jenson, Ilana performson a 1799 Johannes Gagliano violin, on loan from the Mandell http://www.thephilharmonic.org/about_us/ilana.shtml
Extractions: ILana Setapen Ilana Setapen, age 21, from Amarillo, Texas, is an undergraduate violinist at the Thornton School of Music of the University of Southern California as a scholarship student of Robert Lipsett. She is currently the concertmaster of the American Youth Symphony and the USC Thornton Symphony Orchestra in Los Angeles. Ilana has also recently won the position of concertmaster for the Riverside County Philharmonic. Ilana played for three seasons as a member of the Amarillo Symphony, and was the concertmaster of the Texas All State Orchestra in 2001. She was also a recent participant in the New York String Seminar and performed at Carnegie Hall in December of 2003. Ilana has spent four summers at ENCORE School for Strings. She has been asked to attend the National Repertory Orchestra in Breckenridge, CO next summer as concertmaster. Ilana performs on a 1799 Johannes Gagliano violin, on loan from the Mandell Collection of Southern California. updated 7/13/04 home about us concerts tickets ... education
Classical Music - Andante - Wunderkind? judith ingolfsson, winner of the last Indianapolis Violin Competition, who beganto appear in public when she was about five, says I didn t enjoy http://www.andante.com/article/article.cfm?id=10622
Violin@web By Fstrings Translate this page Mariko(3) OISTRAKH, David Feodorovich(6) ingolfsson, judith(1) KREISLER, It was first time for me to listen a Violin. He was very powerfull and very http://www.fstrings.com/player/bbs.asp
Untitled Document Gloria J. Schenk, judith ingolfsson, violins; ChoongJin Chang, viola; Mirjamingolfsson, Sonata for Violin Solo Shir Eres (Lullaby) Zina Schiff, violin http://www.hushedition.com/recordings.htm
WDAV 89.9 Classical Public Radio Kerry McDermott, violin; Ani Kavafian, violin; judith ingolfsson, violin; PaulNeubauer, viola; Daniel Phillips, viola; Joseph Silverstein, viola; http://www.wdav.org/nav1024.cfm?cat=2&subcat=64&subsub=169
To Do List Of Events Friday Saturday October 89 Grand Rapids Symphony presents violinist JudithIngolfsson in Prokofiev s Violin Concerto No. 1. http://www.lib.msu.edu/mhsla/conf99/todo.html
Extractions: MUSIC http://www.grsymphony.org/tickets/ticketpolicy.html Sunday afternoon, Oct. 10: Underground Railway Theatre in "Shadow Magic." Shadow puppets will present musical legends such as Stravinsky's "The Firebird" and Strauss' "Till Eulenspiegel." Tickets $4.50-8 for children, $8-$14 for adults. Phone Grand Rapids Symphony at (616) 454-9451; for details on purchasing tickets check the web site at http://www.grsymphony.org/tickets/ticketpolicy.html . Check the location when buying tickets; this has been variously announced as being at DeVos Auditorium or St. Cecilia's. WGVU Jazz Night at the BOB, 20 Monroe Ave NW (About 3 blocks from the Amway Grand). Thursday Oct. 7, 7 pm - midnight (you'll have time after our "special event"): Ron Jones. Grand River Folk Arts Society presents "Shepard's Folly", Irish music, at the Van Andel Museum Center, 272 Pearn NW (1 block from the Amway Grand) 8 pm Saturday Oct. 9. $8 general admission. Phone (616) 735-1891 or (616) 735-9587. THEATER OR...