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Extractions: The Strad Meet Miriam Kramer, critically acclaimed concert violinist. Hear about her entertainment venture, String Celebrations, and how it might benefit your organization, banquet, or private event. Listen to musical clips from her recordings, and ask questions about her work, upcoming concerts and music in general. Miriam recently appeared at the Chateau de Bourglinster in Luxenmbourg. Read the reviews in French or English on this site. She also has released her second STRING CELEBRATIONS CD called "String Celebrations: A New Century," segments of which can be heard by following the recordings link below. Most recent update: April 2, 2005
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Extractions: Miriam Kramer Born in Connecticut, though now living in London, violinist, Miriam Kramer won the United Kingdom's Jewish Performer of the Year 1995. Her grandfather was a Cantor and two of her uncles were concert violinists. Coupling these musical genes with the encouragement of violinist, Henryk Szeryng, who straightaway recognized her talent, she began her studies at the age of four. Three years later, she gave her first public performance of the Mozart G. Major Concerto. At Dartington, Miriam played the chamber music of Bernhard Goldschmidt, a composer suppressed by the Third Reich. Her colleagues in this endeavor included clarinetist, David Campbell, violist, Peter Sulski, and cellist, David Kenedy. In a second evening of chamber music, she performed the Barton Contrasts with pianist, Stephen Kovacevich, and clarinetist Alan Hacker. Miriam has a large following for her interpretation of Jewish and Jewish-American music in addition to her vast repertoire from the classical, romantic, and contemporary period. Her versatility is endless and her concerts are wide-ranging including jazz, crossover, and folk music alongside the more standard works. She is also interested in the work of living composers and champions the revival of forgotten and neglected works. This spring, Miriam was guest violinist in the performance of a new work, which was written by the Greek composer, Leo Cottakis, and took place at the Egyptian Embassy in Athens. A recent appearance at the Oxford Literary Festival featured a violin and piano performance of Gershwin's American in Paris. A second performance was given at the Dover Arts Club, London.
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Extractions: International Gathering, March 23-25 U.Va. Conference Gives Voice To Music Silenced By Hitler February 16, 2001 Calling on a combination of racial doctrine, Wagnerian anti-Semitism, and their own belief of Aryan supremacy, the Third Reich sought to destroy every form of music it had branded with the term Entartete Musik (degenerate music) during the period that led to World War II. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels worked closely to formulate a plan that would erase this music from the face of the earth. Through their efforts, a generation of musical innovation and promise was not only abruptly curtailed in Europe, but excluded from its rightful status in history. What should have been the dawning of a thrilling new phase of musical evolution, instead fell silent under the dark shadows of the swastika. The Music Suppressed by the Third Reich International Conference will feature a gathering of international scholars and musicians to lead seminars and give performances on the grounds of the University of Virginia on March 23 through 25.
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Extractions: Budget standoff forces hiring, spending, building freezes Faculty Senate approves master's program in digital humanities ... Women's health festival to focus on prevention U.Va. conference to give voice to music silenced by Hitler The logo for the Entartete Musik recording series refers to music the Nazis' banned. "Entartete" means "degenerate." U.Va. conference to give voice to music silenced by Hitler Staff Report I n the early 1940s the Nazis transported 140,000 people to the Theresienstadt concentration camp in the small town of Terezín, Czechoslovakia. There they incarcerated some of Europe's most gifted artists, musicians, composers and writers who, despite the inhuman living conditions, sustained an active cultural community. Theresienstadt was not only a transit point to the Nazi death camps. It was also used in the Nazis' carefully constructed propaganda campaign to deny the existence of the Final Solution. Part of the camp was transformed into a quaint village with gardens, playgrounds and an outdoor
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Extractions: Harpist. Specializes in the history of the harp. Judy Kadar was born in New York and attended the High School of Music and the Arts. She received the B.A. in Psychology and Music at New York University. She studied harp with Lucille Lawrence at the Mannes College of Music and the masters at Sarah Lawrence College. She lives in Berlin since 1979. She plays music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance as well as Yiddish and Jewish pieces. She also plays modern Jewish music. She has several CDs which contain Jewish music. Hagar Kadima Israeli composer who founded Israel Women Composers' Forum (2000). Faculty at Levinsky College in Tel Aviv, Israel. Born in 1957. Studied music in Israel and in the United States. She has written many works for female voice. For more information, view a brief biography and list of publications from the Israel Music Center.
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Extractions: Kaddish Listen to Tutti Solisti Chamber Players play Kaddish by Deborah Netanel, recorded live at the Artbeat of Israel Concert, Nov, 2002 Miriam Kramer, violin Leslie Maaser, flute Loren Berzenyi, oboe Diana Grubbs, clarinet Steven Aldredge, keyboard (harp) Kathleen Maurer, mezzo Mike Minarcek, percussion download MB Dreams, op 36 for violin and piano Listen to internationally acclaimed violinist Miriam Kramer play music by Deborah Netanel, with Chian Kiat Lim, piano Recorded live at Hillel, Cincinnati OH download MB Both Together, Each Apart for violin, piano and reciter Music by Deborah Netanel, poetry by Yehuda Amichai Performed by members of Tutti Solisti Chamber Players, Miriam Kramer, violin and Steven Aldredge, piano Recorded in live concert download MB Oniyot Zion Deborah Netanel, cellist plays music by David Glinkovsky, with Steven Aldredge at the piano download MB Arioso by Paul Ben Haim Deborah Netanel, cello and Steven Aldredge, piano perform works by Israeli composer Paul Ben Haim download MB Sephardic Melody by Paul Ben Haim Deborah Netanel, cello and Steven Aldredge, piano perform works by Israeli composer, Paul Ben Haim
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Extractions: Northern Cincinnati, OH Tutti Solisti Chamber Players perform chamber music of Johannes Brahms featuring Miriam Kramer, violin Deborah Netanel, cello Nicholas Durcan, piano Steven Aldredge, piano Dianna Grubbs, clarinet Tze Yean Lim, violin Lisa Momani, viola Benita Tse, Tue, Nov. 30 2004 Hayner Center
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Extractions: At times, the violin and cello were working a bit too hard with phrases, causing tempo changes and mood shifts to feel more stilted than organic, but the sentiments of the work were clear throughout. The adagio was poised and serene, the allegro finale turbulent and full of angst although still a little pedantic at times.