Midori - Biography MIDORI Biography. In the 200203 season, violinist Midori will celebrate her 20th year of performing before the public. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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MIDORI VIOLINIST AT THE CROSSROADS midori violinist, 30, AT THE CROSSROADS By Paul Hertelendy artssf.com, the independent observer of San Francisco Bay Area music Week of Jan. 20 http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Isaac Stern Midori midori violinist Born 1971 Birthplace Osaka, Japan Midori s mother,Setsu Goto, began teaching Information Please 2001 - Congo president http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/people/A0846684.html
Extractions: Reference Desk Encyclopedia Stern, Isaac Stern, Isaac, , American violinist, b. Kremenets, in what is now Ukraine. Brought to the United States as an infant, Stern began piano lessons at the age of six and violin lessons at eight. He studied at the San Francisco Conservatory and made his debut at 11 with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra. After his New York debut in 1937 at Town Hall, Stern made extensive and brilliantly successful world tours. He was particularly noted for his warm, rich tone in a repertoire that ranged from the Baroque to the Romantic and the modern. He recorded widely and was an active and enthusiastic teacher, known for his spirited encouragement of young musicians. In 1960 he led a successful campaign to save Carnegie Hall, the great New York City performance space, which was threatened with demolition. He subsequently served as president of the hall, a position he held until his death. Stern is considered one of the 20th cent.'s leading virtuosos. See his autobiography
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Midori - Biography In the 200203 season, violinist midori will celebrate her 20th year of midori was born in Osaka, Japan, in 1971 and began studying the violin with her http://www.sonyclassical.com/artists/midori/bio.html
Extractions: MIDORI Biography Midori's 2002-03 season began with an energetic schedule of European summer festival appearances, in which she performed either in recital with McDonald or as orchestra soloist, including concerts at Aldeburgh, Schleswig-Holstein, Rheingau, Stresa, Amsterdam and Ludwigsburg. This year Midori made her debut at the Salzburg Festival and, as the summer came to a close, performed at the Proms in London. Midori's U.S. appearances in the 2002-03 season will include performances with the major symphony orchestras of Atlanta, San Francisco, Houston, Boston, Chicago, Seattle and Philadelphia, plus the National Symphony and the Minnesota Orchestra. In an unusual two-week residency with the Los Angeles Philharmonic , Midori will play both the Barber and Sibelius violin concertos, and will participate in intensive educational and community outreach programs with orchestra members and conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen From January 23-28, 2003, Midori will celebrate her 20th anniversary by performing with the orchestra and conductor with whom she made her U.S.
Teatro Signorelli - Cortona Violin Recital midori, violinist Charles Abramovic, pianist midori, violinistBartok, Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, more close details Bartok Divertimento http://www.cortonaweb.net/teatrosignorelli/schedaaltrieventi.php?codice=110083
Midori In Asia: midori first picked up the violin at the age of four in Osaka, studying andpracticing with her mother, Setsu Goto, herself an accomplished violinist. http://www.artsjournal.com/midori/
Extractions: an ARTSJOURNAL ArtsJournal Home AJ Blog Central Dear Doug, I have enjoyed keeping this blog over the last two weeks. In addition to my concerts and other activities here in Asia, the blog gave me the opportunity to share my thoughts and feelings about these experiences with you and our readers. As is often the case, the impact of these experiences is likely to manifest itself in my future endeavors. I particularly enjoyed thinking about different ways to form strong partnerships among the relevant parties in concert presentation the audience, presenters, and performers. Whether in the East or in the West, I continue to explore ways of keeping music alive and vivid through different presentation methods. The young violinists in Singapore, the arts management students in Japan, and all the other young people I have encountered in the last two weeks will keep energizing and motivating my future activities. I look forward to continuing our dialogue informally and to hearing from our readers how they think we can better achieve a more active and involved audience/presenter/artist axis. With best wishes
Midori In Asia: ...Midori midori. first picked up the violin at the age of four in Osaka, studying andpracticing with her mother, Setsu Goto, herself an accomplished violinist. http://www.artsjournal.com/midori/archives/2005/06/midori.html
Extractions: an ARTSJOURNAL ArtsJournal Home AJ Blog Central Main first picked up the violin at the age of four in Osaka, studying and practicing with her mother, Setsu Goto, herself an accomplished violinist. At the age of six Midori made her concert debut in Osaka, and three years later came to The Juilliard School in New York to study with Dorothy Delay. When she was eleven, she made her debut with the New York Philharmonic under the baton of Zubin Mehta... Posted by mclennan at June 20, 2005 09:47 AM Email this entry to:
Midori Biography midori fell in love with the violin at the early age of 3 and Throughout herinternational career as a virtuoso violinist, midori has received numerous http://www.ailf.org/notable/iaa/ny2000/midori.htm
Extractions: Midori fell in love with the violin at the early age of 3 and immediately began taking lessons. She studied and practiced daily with her mother, an accomplished violinist, and at the young age of six she made her concert debut in her native Osaka, Japan. It was a mere three years later that she performed before the renowned Julliard teacher Dorothy DeLay and was invited to study at the Julliard School in New York. Midori and Setsu left for New York in 1982 and that same year Midori was the surprise performer at the New York Philharmonic's New Year's Eve concert. The Stradivari Society loaned the ex-David, Guarneri del Gesu violin to Midori when she was 10 years old, making her the first violinist loaned a prestigious instrument from the society. Upon graduating to the full-size violin, Midori placed her ¾ size violin into The Stradivari Society collection for loan to another young talent, making her the first artist to support them in the use of one of her own instruments. The New York Times recognized the 14-year-old Midori on the front page after her inspirational interpretation of Leonard Bernstein's Serenade during a New York Philharmonic Central Park concert, despite her breaking strings on several violins during the performance.
Wisconsin Union Theater Wisconsin Union Theater University of Wisconsin Madison, midori, Violin. Star violinist midori returns for her second weeklong residence at the http://www.union.wisc.edu/theater/season/midori.html
Extractions: The Wisconsin Union Events Activities Services ... Sign up for our e-newsletter 86th Annual Concert Series With post-performance reception Star violinist Midori returns for her second week-long residence at the UW-Madison campus, culminating with this concert. Performing with the New York Philharmonic at age 11 and stunning audiences throughout the world since, Midori plays the 1734 Guarnerius del Gesu “ex-Huberman” violin. "Midori, queen of beauty...it was as though an angel sang." (The Times). Artists' Website Residency activities available after January 1, 2006. Order Tickets Order Parking University of Wisconsin-Madison
Midori Pluck and luck; violinist midori puts her good fortune to use making great violinist SENSATION midori OPENS SSO; AS A CHILD, SHE PLAYED WITH ZUBIN MEHTA http://www.infoplease.com/ipea/A0880664.html
Extractions: Arts and Entertainment Entertainment Biographies M Midori violinist Born: Birthplace: Osaka, Japan Bette Midler M Toshiro Mifune Small Wonders - Director: Allan Miller Director of Photography: Kramer Morgenthau Editors: Allan Miller and Donald ... Dorothy DeLay - Dorothy DeLay Age: 84 internationally known Juilliard violin teacher whose students included Itzhak ... Asian American Artists and Musicians - Notable Asian-American Musicians and Visual Artists Zubin Mehta Cibo Matto, rock band Ho, Don, ... Figure Skating: World Champions - Men 1960 Alain Giletti, France 1961 No competition 1962 Donald Jackson, Canada 1963 Don McPherson, ...