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Victoria Paterson's Biography Victoria Paterson is a violinist of great musicality and diversity. She has performed for icons ranging from Hilary Clinton to Paris Hilton. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Victoria Paterson's Biography victoria paterson is a violinist of great musicality and diversity. She has performed for icons ranging from Hilary Clinton to Paris Hilton. http://www.victoriapaterson.com/biography.html
Extractions: Victoria Paterson Her most recent recording is a CD of String Quartet Wedding Music Victoria studied violin at the Eastman School of Music with Peter Salaff of the Cleveland Quartet while earning her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at the University of Rochester in 1993. She received a Master of Music Degree in Violin Performance from Indiana University in 1998. Victoria performs on a violin made by Jean-Baptiste Viullaume, Paris, France, circa 1860.
Extractions: As I write this, my wife Victoria is touring for four months with the musicians, cast and crew of the musical " My Fair Lady ." When she is not on tour, she is a free-lance violinist in central New York State. As you would expect, she drives all over, sometimes hundreds of miles at a time. The common term for this type of musician, at least among musicians, is the evocative phrase "Gig Pig." Freelance gigs are usually sporadic and inconsistent, and it definitely takes a special kind of musician to endure this lifestyle. Although freelancing is rough, it is Victorias drivingor not drivingthat made her decide to leave for four months to do this tour. A nyone living in central or upstate New York is all-familiar with a harsh, unspoken truth: the local cops are brutal when it comes to giving tickets. If you are in a hurry and not careful late at night after a gig and do a "California Roll" (i.e. not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign, usually a block away from your own home) and a cop is around, you will surely get a ticketeven if there are no other drivers or pedestrians for miles. I am certainly not advocating being unlawful, but compassion and understanding are presumably not in the New York State Policeman's handbook.
Robert Paterson's Links victoria paterson this is the amazing website of my awesome, wonderful wife victoria. She is a violinist, and we have a violin and marimba duo called the http://www.robpaterson.com/pages/links.html
Extractions: Clicking on each image or link will open up a website in a separate window. The American Music Center motto is "building a national community for new American music." They have a searchable database that allows you to search for music by American composers. They also administer various grants and awards and also hold workshops. I think this is one of the most helpful organizations for American composers. NewMusicBox : this award-winning online magazine put out by the American Music Center is one of the best publications ever written that is exclusively devoted to composers. This website contains excellent articles, interviews, audio files of new music, etc. I highly recommend visiting this website. As if NewMusicBox isn't great enough, the American Music Center also has a website called NewMusic Jukebox that "is the online library and listening room that provides immediate access to scores, streaming audio, and vital information about music by American composers." If you want to know what the wave of the future is in new American music, here it is! SCI ( Society for Composers, Inc.
American Composers Forum of Composition at Sarah Lawrence College and resides in New York City with his wife, victoria, a violinist with whom he formed The paterson Duo. http://www.composersforum.org/member_profile.cfm?oid=4162
Extractions: Summary: The Best CD for Choosing Wedding Music! Comment: If you are a couple researching wedding music for your big event, you won't regret purchasing this wonderful, beautifully-recorded CD. It is a MUST HAVE recording. It clearly represents what kind of music you will have at your wedding. The sound is gorgeous, clear and full, and it contains the standard pieces that string quartets play at weddings. While my husband and I were deciding what music to choose for our wedding, we bought a whole selection of wedding CDs from Amazon.com. One crucial detail we did not think of before we bought all these recordings is that we are hiring a string quartet: not a chamber orchestra, a rock band or a group of electric keyboard players. Most of the CDs we bought, such as the "Classical Wedding Traditions" CD (a recording of a chamber orchestra), were useless. It's not like we will be having the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra or NY Philharmonic play at our wedding. You can't ask a string quartet to play orchestra music. You can ask for some transcriptions, but they generally play music specifically written for string quartet. The first violinist of the string quartet we hired highly recommended this CD to us as a basis of what they enjoy playing at weddings.
Cornell Chronicle Calendar10/9/97 Oct. 12, 3 pm, Barnes Hall Guest violinist victoria paterson, assisted by pianist Peter Henderson, presents a program of three violin sonatas, http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/97/10.9.97/calendar10-9.html
Extractions: Calendar of Events All items for the Chronicle Calendar should be submitted (typewritten, double spaced) by campus mail, U.S. mail or in person to Chronicle Calendar, Cornell News Service, Village Green, 840 Hanshaw Road. Notices should be sent to arrive 10 days prior to publication and should include the name and telephone number of a person who can be called if there are questions. Notices should also include the subheading of the calendar in which the item should appear. Cornell International Folk Dancers Sundays in the North Room of Willard Straight Hall. Teaching begins at 7:30 p.m., followed by open dancing from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Open to the public. For more information, contact David at 564-3613, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Untitled Page New York City, by Lisa Tipton and Adrienne Kim, February, 2002; performed at Greenwich House, New York City, by violinist victoria paterson http://web.syr.edu/~abwaggon/Works.html
American Modern Ensemble paterson s wife victoria, a violinist and member of AME, will join him for this NYC premiere. victoria and pianist Ieva Jokubaviciute will end the first http://www.americanmodernensemble.org/
Extractions: We are proud to announce our 2005-06 season. Our first concert, Powerhouse Pianists , will feature two of America's finest pianists and veteran performers in the New York new music scene, Steven Gosling and Blair McMillen . We are delighted to have them join AME for our spectacular opening concert. The first half will feature McMillen playing the beautiful Sonata for solo piano by Chester Biscardi , the ultra-cool Basic Training by Lee Hyla and the dreamy Where Branched Thoughts Murmur in the Wind by Eric Moe , as well as the highly entertaining Brooklyn, October, 5, 1941 by Annie Gosfield . The second half will feature Gosling playing Bagatelles by 2005 Grawemeyer Award Winner George Tsontakis Episodes by Perry Townsend and a trio of "mechanical" works by three brilliant composers: Tango? by Conlon Nancarrow Or like...a an Engine by Joan Tower and E-Machines by David Rakowski . The concert will close with the fiery Five Etudes for Piano by emerging, Chicago-based composer
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