Piers Lane include duo recitals with British violinist tasmin little and twopiano recitals His BMG Conifer recording of the Delius Violin Sonatas with tasmin http://www.concertartist.info/I/LAN001.html
Extractions: Bryce Morrison, Gramophone Piers Lane's international career has taken him to more than forty countries. Born in London, he grew up in Brisbane and holds dual Anglo-Australian nationality. His teachers included his mother Enid Lane, Dr William Lovelock, Dr Nancy Weir, Bela Siki, Kendall Taylor and Yonty Solomon; he also attended masterclasses with Jorge Bolet. He is a professor of piano at the Royal Academy of Music and is well known to BBC Radio 3 listeners for his series The Piano which ran to 54 episodes; he also regularly presented BBC Legends. Piers Lane's recent appearances have included recitals in Amsterdam, Auckland, Bremen, Brisbane, Melbourne, Munich, Perth, Sheffield, Stockholm, Wellington and the Wigmore Hall; as well as the piano festivals of Duszniki, Husum, Manchester, Chopin at Bagatelles in Paris, La Roque d'Antheron, Singapore and the Ruhr. He performed Dohnanyi's Variations on a Nursery Theme with the Orchestre National de France at the Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Beethoven's Triple Concerto in the Prague Spring Festival with violinist Dmitri Sitkovetsky and Czech cellist Jiri Barta and Messiaen's Turangalila Symphony at Manchester's Bridgewater Hall with the BBC Philharmonic. Piers Lane's repertoire of some 60 concertos has led to engagements with many great orchestras, including five of the ABC orchestras; the six BBC orchestras; the Aarhus, BBC Scottish, City of Birmingham, Bournemouth, Gothenburg and New Zealand Symphony Orchestras; Auckland, London and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras; Hallé; Philharmonia; City of London Sinfonia and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Conductors with whom he has worked include Andrey Boreyko, Sir Andrew Davis, Sir Charles Groves, Richard Hickox, Hiroyuki Iwaki, Sir Charles Mackerras, Jerzy Maksymiuk, Norman del Mar, Maxim Shostakovich, Yan Pascal Tortelier and Vladimir Verbitsky.
Martin Roscoe He works regularly with violinist tasmin little, with whom he has recently givena series of concerts in Japan. A piano duo with Peter Donohoe, http://www.concertartist.info/HC/roscoe.html
Extractions: Piano Martin Roscoe performs as a concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician all over the world. As a concerto soloist, Martin has worked with Sir Simon Rattle , Libor Pesek, Kent Nagano, Yuri Temirkanov, Luciano Berio, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Lü Jia, Andrew Litton and Mark Wigglesworth, to name but a few. He has performed with orchestras in Germany, France, and Croatia. Further afield he has given concerts in South Africa, Hong Kong, and Singapore. In the UK Martin has performed with all the major orchestras, developing strong links with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, with whom has given over eighty performances, and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales with whom he has appeared on more than forty occasions. A close relationship with the BBC has led to over four hundred broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and invitations to perform at the BBC Proms on six occasions. As a recitalist Martin performs in the UK at the Wigmore Hall each season, and further afield has given recitals in South America, Australia, the Lebanon and across Europe. As a chamber musician Martin has partnered Emma Johnson , Michael Collins, Steven Osborne, the Chilingirian, Endellion , Vellinger, and Schidlof Quartets amongst others. He works regularly with violinist Tasmin Little, with whom he has recently given a series of concerts in Japan. A piano duo with
Extractions: Widely regarded as one of the most creative musicians of his generation, Julian Lloyd Webber was a scholar at the Royal College of Music and completed his studies in Geneva with the renowned French cellist, Pierre Fournier. Since then he has collaborated with an extraordinary array of musicians from Yehudi Menuhin, Lorin Maazel, Neville Marriner and Georg Solti to Stephane Grappelli, Elton John and Cleo Laine.
Quotes From St Magnus Festival: A Celebration Julia Robinson Dean, violinist, former director Orkney Camerata tasmin little,violinist. The Festival Club doesn t really know what it is, http://www.stmagnusfestival.com/celebrationquotes.htm
Extractions: Miscellaneous Quotes from the Book "The combination of our wonderful cathedral, world-class artists, performing and rubbing shoulders with local people, and the summer light is a heady cocktail" Bill Spence, Norwegian consul. "We can't let the council go on turning it down quick, we must write The Orcadian ." Marjorie Linklater "It is clear that I shall never start or participate in any cultural event in Orkney." Peter Maxwell Davies, December 9, 1976 "and then wondrously, from the triforium, comes the sound of two trumpets. The St Magnus Festival had started. This was a great moment and I still get goose pimples to this day when I think about it." Peter Maxwell Davies' manager, Judy Arnold "a group of local lads are startled to see a quartet of monks ...their catcalls die on the air as the leading monk extracts a hand from the folds of his habit and offers then a resounding two-fingered salute "
WNUR - "Classical And Beyond" . . . . . April 9 violinist tasmin little April 16 - Composer OLLY WILSON April 23 -Conductor JOANN FALLETTA April 30 - Conductor CHRISTOPH VON DOHNANYI http://www.bruceduffie.com/wnurb.html
Newsletter For Staff And Students 14 February 2005 tasmin little, the world famous violinist, and renowned pianist John Lenehan willbe giving a fundraising recital on 28 April at the Sir James Hawkey Hall, http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/pressAndInformationOffice/staffStudentsAndAlumn
Extractions: Home Help Search Site index ... LSE for you You are here - Welcome to LSE Press and Information Office For staff, students and alumni The Department of Information Systems and the Institute of Social Psychology recently hosted two historic lectures with Thomas Luckmann, emeritus professor of sociology, Konstanz University, on Morality and Moral Communication in Modern Societies and The Communicative Construction of Reality . In the first, Luckmann showed that, contrary to sociological predictions, morality did not fade away into oblivion, but lives on in pluralist formats, increasingly in the genre of indirect moralising. He entertainingly demonstrated this with anecdotes of dinner conversations. In his second lecture, he took the opportunity to assess the impact of his (in)famous book, Social Construction of Reality , some 40 years on. He showed how, over 60 years, the communicative paradigm has moved from the margins to the centre of the social sciences assisted by phenomenology in various guises: social interaction is the basic unit of analysis. He told of the difficulties of convincing a publisher to take that book, and he now doubted the wisdom of the title he and his co-author Peter Berger had chosen. Professor Luckmann continually addressed the problems of doing sociology, rather than theorising about it. He concluded his second lecture by saying: 'After all, they are what human communication and interactions are intended to produce. However, in the past decades, taking the new technologies for granted, we have been in an increasingly better position to direct our efforts to an analysis of the 'production process' in relation to the 'product' and in relation to the 'consumption' of the 'product', ie, to an analysis of interaction and dialogue both as part of social reality and as source of much of social reality. It was the interplay of various theoretical and technological reasons and circumstances which produced the shift to the so-called communicative paradigm. A rather substantial change in social theory and sociological methodology.'
Extractions: A Day For Violinists featuring Tasmin Little Budding Nigel Kennedy's and Vanessa Mae's will be pulling and plucking the strings at the New Vic Theatre as violin virtuoso Tasmin Little heads a fun workshop. Violinists at Grade 6 and above will enjoy an exploratory day with practical tips and techniques between 10am and 4.30pm on Saturday 23 October. As part of Listen Up!, an initiative devised by BBC Radio 3, the Association of British Orchestras and Making Music, the day will include sessions on early music technique, Alexander Technique, folk fiddling, and classical music for violin. Whilst not being a master-class, this is a wonderful way for violinists to meet others and try out different styles. One of the world's leading violinists, Tasmin Little is a much acclaimed soloist. Beyond her solo performances her dedication to chamber music has lead to appearances from Paris to Tokyo. Joining Tasmin to share their tips and tricks will be Kate Fawcett, a specialist in baroque violin and viola, and Margaret Heaton, a former member of the internationally renowned Halle Orchestra. The folk fiddle session will be led by Aidan Broadbridge.
Ulster Orchestra Reviews by Thierry Fischer with the internationally renowned violinist tasmin little . tasmin little s playing was superbly controlled and nothing short of http://www.ulster-orchestra.org.uk/reviews/2002/rev0211.html
Extractions: Major Funders November 2002 Friday 29 November, Ulster Hall, 19.45 Concert Details Tuesday 3 December, Irish News An almost capacity crowd packed into the Ulster Hall at the weekend to hear the Ulster Orchestra conducted by Thierry Fischer with the internationally renowned violinist Tasmin Little. Although no stranger to Belfast, this lady, also an advocate of chamber music, has performed as a concerto soloist with many of the world's greatest orchestras and conductors. The concert began with Nielsen's Overture Helios. Perhaps I am a little harsh here but I found this piece a bit underwhelming. The opening seemed to be unsettled with pedal notes and horn calls not totally in unison. The atmosphere wasn't helped by the clattering of latecomers. None of this mattered, however, after the first phrase of Brahms's violin concerto. One could tell that this performance was going to be special. Mr Fischer began at a relatively fast speed, generating a heightened sense of expectancy from the outset. Tasmin Little's playing was superbly controlled and nothing short of dazzling in places. Although not technically flawless, the emotional element in her playing bordered on seductive - there was some real edge-of-the-seat fiddle playing loaded with flair and passion. The partnership between soloist and orchestra was ideal. Christopher Blake played the oboe solo in movement two with supreme sensitivity.
Violinist violinist, Year, Nationality, Note. Niccolo Paganini, 17821840, Italy tasmin little, 1965-, England. Joshua Bell, 1967-, USA. Gil Shaham, 1971-, Israel http://www.iis.sinica.edu.tw/~jhwang/music/violinist.html
RedLudwig.com: Music News The program s 60th anniversary concert, will feature, soprano Lesley Garrett,baritone Thomas Allen, violinist tasmin little, Paul Daniel, conductor of the http://www.redludwig.com/news/archive/031902.html
Extractions: St. John, a rising young virtuoso in classical music, reportedly lunged at the guard when he attempted to touch her $1 million Guadagnini violin with a cloth. The violinist said later that she thought the cloth might contain chemicals that would do harm to the instrument's finish. She reportedly cried out, "No! No! It's an antique!"
Pianos And Pianists - Who To Listen For 15 May, 8 pm Martin Roscoe joins violinist tasmin little for a recital includingthe Elgar Sonata. Corn Exchange 01223 357851 http://www.mvdaily.com/articles/1999/05/ppwho14.htm
Extractions: 3 June, 7. 30 pm Roger Vignoles partners violinist Dmitri Sitkovetsky for works by Prokofiev, Grieg and Beethoven Top of page Waterfront Hall 21 May, 7.45 pm Brigitte Engerer plays Liszt's First Piano Concerto with the Ulster Orchestra under Dmitri Sitkovetsky Top of page Wiltshire Music Centre 29 May, 7.30pm Zoe Mather partners violonist Matthew Trussler in music by the five Bs - Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Bartok and Bazzini Top of page West Road Concert Hall 15 May, 8 pm Martin Roscoe joins violinist Tasmin Little for a recital including the Elgar Sonata Corn Exchange 23 May, 7.30 pm John Lenehan partners violinist Nigel Kennedy for works by Bach, Rachmaninov, Villa-Lobos, Ravel and Brahms Top of page St David's Hall 14 May, 7.30pm Aleksandar Madzar plays Chopin's Second Piano Concerto with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales under Tadaaki Otaka 28 May, 7.30 pm
Lorand Fenyves Website dedicated to the great violinist and pedagogue, Lorand Fenyves. tasmin little YSAYE Ballade. Peter Frankl, Erika Raum, Sharon Wei Simon http://www.lorandfenyves.com/
Extractions: No. 15 in D flat major : NIKOS SKALKOTTAS Duo for violin and viola : BEETHOVEN Sonata No.5 (first movement) Tasmin Little : YSAYE Ballade : BRAHMS Piano Quartet in C- (slow movement) INTERMISSION : RAVEL Trio (third movement) William Aide : BRAHMS Intermezzo Op.118 No.2 : JOSEF AKHRON Hebrew melody BACH Chorale arranged by John Beckwith, violin solo: Sharon Lee BACH Brandenberg No.3 University of Toronto Faculty of Music Edward Johnson Building 80 Queen's Park Toronto, ON
NQHO He works regularly with violinist tasmin little. A piano duo with Peter Donohoe,formed in student days, has led to performances at major festivals http://www.nqho.com/associates/solomr.html
Extractions: MARTIN ROSCOE "Roscoe is a pianist who both thinks and offers full-blooded playing of breadth and depth. In this country, he is an uncommon creature." Daily Telegraph, February 2000 In the UK Martin has performed with all the major orchestras, developing strong links with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, with whom has given over eighty performances, and the BBC National Orchestra of Wales with whom he has appeared on more than forty occasions. A close relationship with the BBC has led to over four hundred broadcasts on BBC Radio 3 and invitations to perform at the BBC Proms on six occasions. As a recitalist Martin performs in the UK at the Wigmore Hall each season, and further afield has given recitals in South America, Australia, the Lebanon and across Europe. As a chamber musician Martin has partnered Emma Johnson, Michael Collins, Steven Osborne, the Chilingirian, Endellion, Vellinger, and Sorrel Quartets amongst others. He works regularly with violinist Tasmin Little. A piano duo with Peter Donohoe, formed in student days, has led to performances at major festivals including Cheltenham, Bath, Harrogate and Edinburgh, as well as a Gershwin disc selected as Editor's Choice in Gramophone magazine. The Berserking for Chandos. Future projects include Messiaen's
Extractions: Home Search the archive: Bradford University's Fellow in Music Antony Hall is to leaving after four years in post - but has made sure his last concert will be one to remember. He will bow out when the university's Wind Orchestra and Chorus play at Bradford Cathedral tomorrow in their last concert of the season with a programme including Glinka's Russlan and Ludmilla Overture, Sibelius' Second Symphony and Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen. Mr Hall will become a freelance professional trumpet when he leaves the job - which is usually only for two or three years - on August 31. A new Fellow in Music will be appointed. In his time based at the university's Tasmin Little Music Centre, he has sought to diversify the repertoire of its many ensembles.
Bookofjoe: September 6, 2004 Rather, I am its violinist; I am passing through its life. been played byPaganini, Yehudi Menuhin and tasmin little (pictured above) among others. http://www.bookofjoe.com/2004/09/06/
Extractions: Miscellaneous Quotes from the Book "The combination of our wonderful cathedral, world-class artists, performing and rubbing shoulders with local people, and the summer light is a heady cocktail" Bill Spence, Norwegian consul. "We cant let the council go on turning it down quick, we must write The Orcadian ." Marjorie Linklater "It is clear that I shall never start or participate in any cultural event in Orkney." Peter Maxwell Davies, December 9, 1976 "and then wondrously, from the triforium, comes the sound of two trumpets. The St Magnus Festival had started. This was a great moment and I still get goose pimples to this day when I think about it." Peter Maxwell Davies' manager, Judy Arnold
Lalo / Vengerov/Zhang/Kaplan Mark Kaplan, violinist; Orquestra Simonica de Barcelona i Nacional de Catalunya/Lawrence Sarah Chang, tasmin little, Schlomo Mintz, AnneSophie Mutter, http://classicalcdreview.com/lalo.html
Extractions: KOCH CLASSICS 3-7531 (F) (DDD) TT: 65:02 The poularity of Edouard Lalo's Symphonie espagnole is reflected in the large number of recordings currently available. Lalo (1823-1892), in spite of his Spanish name, was born in Lille. After making his living as a violinist and teacher he began to compose. In 1870 the famed Pablo de Sarasate played the young composer's violin concerto so successfully it prompted Lalo to immediately write Symphonie espagnole
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