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Extractions: Bruce Adolphe's "name that composer" piano quiz Live in Studio 4A: Anne Akiko Meyers A multi-faceted violinist, Anne Akiko Meyers is well-versed in the standard repertory, but also actively seeks out new music to play. In the fall of 2002, she was soloist in the world-premiere of Somei Satoh's violin concerto with the Tokyo Metropolitan Orchestra.
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Extractions: With a rare combination of elegance, passion and compelling artistry, violinist Anne Akiko Meyers Her 1999-2000 season begins in Tokyo, at the Mostly Mozart Festival with Gerard Schwarz conducting. Ms. Meyers then tours with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and returns to the Dallas Symphony with Andrew Litton conducting. She also tours Belgium and The Netherlands with the Nieuw Sinfonietta and returns to perform in Germany and with the Spanish National Orchestra in Madrid. A lover of new music, Ms. Meyers will be premiering two violin concertos, by Joseph Schwantner and Somei Satoh, in the coming seasons. Ms. Meyers opened the Dallas Symphony season with Andrew Litton in 1998-99. She went on to perform with the Baltimore Symphony and with the Hong Kong Symphony on a tour of the Far East. Another highlight was her performance as part of the Leonard Bernstein celebration at the Lincoln Center Festival. In Europe, she appeared with the English Chamber Orchestra, the Monte Carlo Philharmonic under James DePreist, the Netherlands Philharmonic and the RTVE Orchestra in Madrid, a concert televised and broadcast on radio throughout Europe. Ms. Meyers also gave recitals in Los Angeles, Germany and Amsterdam. Ms. Meyers' highly acclaimed discography includes the Barber Violin Concerto and the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and sonatas of Saint-Saens and Faure for RPO Records. Her RCA Victor Red Seal catalogue includes Lalo's "Symphonie Espagnole" and Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy" with Jesus-Lopez Cobos and the Royal Philharmonic; the Franck and Strauss Sonatas; and the Mendelssohn Concerto and other works with Andrew Litton and the Philharmonia Orchestra. Also available are two recital discs: an album of encore pieces entitled "Salut d'Amour" with pianist Sandra Rivers and an all-American album featuring works by Copland, Ives, Piston and David Baker with pianist Andre-Michel Schub. Her latest disc features both Prokofiev Violin Concertos with Frankfurt Radio Symphony and Dmitri Kitaenko.
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Extractions: "I really wanted to do Aaron Copland in Brooklyn," says Meyers, speaking of that most famous of composers who called this borough his home. "He grew up in a very middle-class family, and his dad had a department store there. Their real name was Kaplan, but [the immigration officials] screwed up and made it Copland."
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Extractions: True to its mission of bringing world-class music to the area, the Reno Philharmonic announces its upcoming 36 th Season of MasterClassics packed with international talent and spectacular music. The year, planned by Music Director Barry Jekowsky and the Artistic Affairs Committee of the Reno Philharmonic Association, has many international artists to come to Reno and a breadth of music from contemporary to romantic to classical. Guest artists include the prodigy and Davidson Institute Fellow Laureate, Devon Guthrie, violinists Daniel Khalikov and Anne Akiko-Meyers, cellist Alisa Weilerstien returns to Reno, local pianist James Winn and Van Cliburn Gold Award Winner, pianist Jon Nakamatsu. The November concert of the Reno Philharmonic is packed with star power. A graduate of the groundbreaking Composer in Residence programs at the California Symphony, Christopher Theofanidis will be in the audience and part of the program as the Reno Philharmonic performs his award winning Rainbow Body composition. Cellist, Alisa Weilerstein returns to perform with the Reno Philharmonic, her last acclaimed appearance was in October 1999. Local music critic noted her performance:
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