Victoria Paterson's Links We also have a marimba and violin duo called the paterson Duo. Check out his wonderful website and listen to his music! http://www.victoriapaterson.com/links.html
Extractions: I am the violinist in the band for the new off-Broadway musical The Thing About Men . This musical is from the same creators and producers of I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change Come hear me play violin in this critically-acclaimed show! "An uproarious Musical! Exuberant!" "Smart and funny!" "Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts' songs are saucy and shrewd. Director Mark Clements keeps things moving and a smooth and rapid pace." "Charming, intelligent new musical... expertly performed." "A felicitous blend of musical and farce, "The Thing About Men" couldn't be ingenious or polished!" "Hilarious! A great evening out for anyone and everyone you know. The performers are terrific!" Associated Musicians of Greater New York (Local 802) : this New York City-based union for musicians in very helpful and has many benefits for its members. You can learn more about Local 802 by visiting their About Local 802 page. Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra : I played violin with this excellent orchestra for many years! Skaneateles Music Festival : for many summers I have played violin in this chamber music festival located in Skaneateles, New York. Although they primarily program chamber music, they also occasionally perform orchestral works. It is a wonderful festival that always offers high-quality classical performances in a relaxing atmosphere with a picturesque view.
2005 Broadcasts violinist victoria Jacono began to play the violin when she was 6 years old. victoria will perform works by Cesar Franck, David Patterson and Ernest http://www.2mbs.com/Education/YoungPerformers/2005Broadcasts/tabid/178/Default.a
Extractions: Broadcast Date Name Instrument 9 March 2005, 12-1pm Simon Powis guitar 23 March 2005, 12-1pm Sujin Park violin 30 March 2005, 12-1pm Eric Piotrowsky piano 11 May 2005, 12-1pm Laila Engle flute 25 May 2005, 12-1pm Lucinda-Mirikata Deacon soprano 8 June 2005, 12-1pm Xi May Zhen violin 22 June 2005, 12-1pm Elizabeth Chee oboe 29 June 2005, 12-1pm Olivia Sham piano 27 July 2005, 12-1pm David Shi piano 10 August 2005, 12-1pm Lillian So violin 24 August 2005, 12-1pm Victoria Jacono violin 31 August 2005, 12-1pm Joanna Argall saxophone 1 October 2005 2MBS-FM State Final Simon Powis - guitar Simon Powis is one of Australiaâs finest young guitarists. He has recently graduated from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music with first class honours and has received numerous scholarships throughout his studies. Under the tuition of Raffaele Agostino, Simon has won numerous competitions in and around Sydney and in 2002 was awarded the Licentiate of Music with Distinction by the Australian Music Examination Board. In 2003, Simon was awarded a scholarship by the University of Sydney to undertake a year-long exchange to the Royal Academy of Music in London to study with Michael Lewin and Timothy Walker. Simon has taken part in master-classes and festivals throughout out Europe, including master-classes with David Russel, Pavel Steidel and Alvaro Pierri. His performance at Australia House in London earned him positive reviews from the eminent classical guitar journal Classical Guitar Magazine
Extractions: Yamaha Scholarship At home for almost a year and a half now in our Pandora and Quadra location, the Victoria Conservatory of Music is looking forward to a new era with faculty, staff and board members engaged in strategic planning for the future and a new department head, Professor Burkhard Godhoff, arriving full of enthusiasm and fresh ideas for the Conservatory.
J. Murdoch Henderson Collection - Inventory Original Strathspeys and Reels by James Skinner paterson 1847 1906, Burns Concert, 1932. Learney Hall, Torphins (featuring JMH, violinist). http://www.nefa.net/archive/songmusicdance/jmhenderson/web/collection/jmhcoll/in
Extractions: Directed by Marcus Cole An adventure and romantic drama of epic proportions, The Man From Snowy River is the most recognised of all the Banjo Paterson characters and is captured on film in this acclaimed Australian production. In this movie length episode to launch the weekly series, viewers join Matt McGregor 25 years on from his famous ride. A beautiful and independent young widow, Kathleen O'Neil returns to the district with her son to claim her homestead. Matt, who once held strong feelings for Kathleen, discovers there is still an emotional bond. Guest starring: Terry Brittingham as Stockman #1, Jack Finnister as Stockman #2, Terry Gill as Mayor, Mick Slocum as Balladeer, Tom Travers as Registration Officer, Clive Hearne as Blacksmith, Burt Cooper as Lands Inspector, The Sundowners Bush Band as Bush Band, Bruce Crowl as Balmoral Stockman, Charlene Fenn as Chaperone, Colette Mann as Mrs. Carney.
Music Department Recitals Braids, paterson drew inspiration from watching his wife, victoria, Scored for violin and marimba, Braids will be performed by paterson and http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/00/3.30.00/music.html
Extractions: The Department of Music presents two D.M.A. recitals this week in Barnes Hall. Both concerts are free and open to the public. Vineet "Vin" Shende, who is in his fourth year of the doctoral program in composition, presents his recital Friday, March 31, at 8 p.m. Six works written during his tenure as a graduate student here at Cornell are featured on the program, beginning with his Sonata for solo cello, written for and performed by his friend and colleague, Paul Osterfield. Also on the program is "Talking Wires" for piano, dedicated to and performed by Xak Bjerken. The inspiration for the piece came from a book Shende was reading on the history of the telegraph. He was struck by the similarities between piano playing and telegraph operation. In both cases, a key is depressed, completing a connection to a wire, and, thus, information is dispersed. The rhythmic motives of "Talking Wires," a Native American term for the telegraph, are based on the Morse code of actual telegrams, with melodic material depicting emotional and psychological subtext. Other featured performers include Judith Kellock, singing Shende's "Struwwelpeter-lieder"; a choir of 21 singers performing "Gloria"; and two different instrumental quartets presenting one movement from String Quartet No. 2 and Fantasia on
Events 2005 Simon Blendis violin Jane Salmon cello Douglas paterson viola One of the most talented cellists of her generation, victoria Simonsen has already won http://www.ryedalefestival.co.uk/Ryefest/Permanent/events2005.html
Extractions: Designer: Lyn Wait Once Master Maggio's Carnival of Puppets was known the world over. Now in the age of computer animation, his famous fantastic puppets lie rotting in a warehouse and their master is threatened with eviction. Can Maggio revive the magic? This is the sixth year of the hugely popular Community Opera, written once again especially for this Festival. Helmsley Arts Centre 1812 Theatre Company Director: Richard Noakes 'Saturday, Sunday, Monday' is a charming comedy about three generations of an Italian family preparing for the ritual of Sunday lunch with the matriarch, Rosa, lovingly preparing her special ragu as the drama surges around her kitchen table. All the complications of family life emerge in the course of the weekend, to be resolved by Monday morning. 1812 Theatre Company is the resident amateur company of Helmsley Arts Centre. The Riding School, Settrington
Extractions: showHide_TellMeAbout2('false'); Business Entertainment Games Health ... More... On this page: Wikipedia Mentioned In Or search: - The Web - Images - News - Blogs - Shopping List of Australians Wikipedia List of Australians This is a list of Australians , who are in any way notable. See also the list of 100 Australian Living Treasures Abigail - actress Eric Bana - actor Bruce Beresford - filmmaker Cate Blanchett - actor Bille Brown - actor Bryan Brown - actor Emily Browning - actress Rebecca Cartwright - actor John Clarke - (born New Zealand ) actor, comedian
Extractions: Other Characters: Red-Haired Man; Mary, Mrs. Hudson's Maid; Nannerl; St. Giles Doorkeeper; St. Giles Patients; Nurse; Lucinda; Karl Klaus; Victor Sigerson; Musicians; King's Spur Clientele; Slab Boy; King's Spur Waiter; Violet Sigerson; Hans Bachaus; Suffragettes; Opera-Goers; Klaus's Friend; Sigerson's Assistant; Lock Man; Sigerson's Audience; Masked Servant; Holnstein's Attendants; Ludwig's Servants; Grooms; Alphonse Welcker; Ludwig's Valet; Ludwig's Coachman; Peasants; Ilse; Munich Commissioners; Dungeon Guards; Innkeeper; Berg Servant; Irene's Servants Locations: Baker Street; 221B, Baker Street; St. Giles' Hospital; A Carriage; St. Paul's Cathedral; A Cab; Wiggins's Lodgings; Regent Street; Bow Street; Sigerson's Hotel; St. James's Park; The King's Spur Pub; Opera House; Charing Cross Station; A Train; Edinburgh; St. Andrew Square; Bavaria; Linderhof; A Carriage; Oberammergau; Hohenschwangau Palace; Neuschwanstein Castle; Berg Castle; Lake Starnberg; Munich; Another Train Story: Two years after Holmes's death Watson places an advertisement in The Times The notebooks tell of an early case. Holmes is asked to analyse the varnish of a violin, for a violinist named Victor Sigerson. He discovers it is a Stradivarius. Later, he hears Sigerson playing and is enchanted. Following Sigerson, Holmes watches him playing snooker, and later beating Lestrade, juggling, and making deductions equal to Holmes's own. Holmes takes a violin lesson with Sigerson, and deduces that the violinist is deliberately concealing his true identity, and is manipulating the situation to satisfy some fascination he has with Holmes. Eventually, after spying on Sigerson in his hotel room he learns that he is really a woman, Violet Sigerson, an orphan, who asks Holmes to investigate her family background. Holmes follows Violet to Edinburgh where she falls ill after performing an escapology act.
MPC 41 Speakers And Guests Page 2 The quirky compositional genius of Joe Trios violinist, Cameron Wilson, Currently, Mona Golabek is a regular contributor to victoria Magazine, http://www.amppr.org/mpc41speakersandguests2.html
Extractions: Tony began to play in Jazz night clubs around Columbus, Ohio while he was still learning the art of the Hammond B3 organ. He was influenced by hometown Organists such as Hank Marr and Don Patterson. Tony's newfound fascination led him to jazz organ legends Jimmy McGriff, Richard "Groove" Holmes, Charles Earland, Jack McDuff, and Dr. Lonnie Smith. Here He found an unlimited source of inspiration; he just couldn't get enough! On Tony's sixteenth birthday, he received a return phone call from Jimmy Smith. This was a great honor and really boosted his enthusiasm as an organist. Jimmy Smith continued to give Tony Jazz Organ secrets over the phone while Tony was playing around Columbus. When he was twenty, Jimmy Smith invited Tony to come play with him at his club in Woodland Hills L.A., California.
Holiday Events - Princeton Online victoria Theater, Newark 888466-5722 7 pm A celebration of Kwanzaa with violinist Kevin Tsai is concertmaster and music directors are Gloria Kierniesky http://www.princetonol.com/holidays/events.html
Extractions: Tuscan Hills is a home furnishings, villa rental and sales showroom specializing in Italian home design and decor both here and abroad. They bring Italy to you, or you to Italy...for just one week, or a lifetime. Visit their online store for Holiday Ideas! www.tuscan-hills.com Friday, December 17, 2004 A Holiday Tradition, Princeton Pro Musica.
Extractions: Search: Lycos Angelfire 40 Yr Old Virgin Share This Page Report Abuse Edit your Site ... Next (internal links at bottom of page) CHAPTER 3 LESSER-KNOWN CORNET SOLOISTS Names and Citations of Many Lesser-known Cornetists from All Walks of Life Si-Z, The African American Brass Band Movement and The Syncopated Orchestras of New York and Chicago Simon, J. L. (Rose , 188) He was one of the finest cornet players in London at the end of the nineteenth century. He performed in the Crystal Palace Orchestra and at Alhambra. Smith, A. H. (Rose , 188) According to Rose, he was one of the finest cornet players in London at the end of the nineteenth century. He performed at the Promenade Concerts. Smith, Cricket (Fletcher 1954, 223-225) He was a cornetist with minstrel shows and circuses in the late nineteenth century. He played in the Maharas Minstrels band with W. C. Handy as conductor. He played cornet with Newmeyer Spillers "Musical Spillers" and may have been the first person to play a song from Cavalleria rusticana with a ragtime feel to it. After leaving Spiller, he was hired by Ford T. Dabney to play cornet for the Ziegfeld Follies on top of the American Theater in New York City. In the late 1910s, Louis Mitchell hired Smith to play cornet overseas, which he did until at least after WW II.
Extractions: Caskets On Parade Book of the Dead ... Obits: "Fo" - "Ft" Caskets On Parade Book of the Dead Obits Fo Ft A B C D ... Fi - Fn Fo - Ft Fu - Fz F G H ... Main "Father of the Helicopter" Heinrich Focke built the VA-61, first to receive a certificate of airworthiness; his FW-61 rotary wing aircraft was first to make a free flight (1/26/1936)
Extractions: s a t u r d a y , d e c e m b e r Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday ... Wednesday Concerts BLUE RODEO in funder, Palais Royale, sold out. 870-8000. Clubs Thursday, December 28 BARCODE Hey Stella. BLACK SWAN Handsome Devils. CHICK 'N DELI David Murphy Band. CLUB OV'S WEST Oliver Towne. COMFORT ZONE Jungle Party. FREE TIMES CAFE Matt Cooper. GATE 403 Tina Hartt/Murray Reid Jazz Duo. GATSBY'S Grant Reynolds. GROSSMAN'S Gord X Band. HOTEL INTER-CONTINENTAL Paul Wurster. LEE'S PALACE Vital Rain. LE SAINT-TROPEZ Andree Bernard. MAD APPLES David Hutchison Quartet. MONARCHS PUB Whitehouse. MONTREAL BISTRO Jim Galloway Trio. ORIGINALS Tom Barlow Band. RANCHO RELAXO Fukerman. REPLAY'S Jam w/ Tony Springer. RESERVOIR LOUNGE Janice Hagan. REX Mat w/ Kevin Quain, and Kenny Kirkwood's Kite eve. RHODES San Murata/Mark Zaret. RIVOLI Comedy w/ Riot Act. ROSEWATER SUPPER CLUB John Roby. ST LOUIS Hip Kings. SILVER DOLLAR Sparkjiver. TOM JONES James Ambrose. Friday, December 29 APPLEBY'S Table 69. BAMBOO Small Axe.
Welcome To New Jersey Monthly Online Magazine Shea Center, William paterson University, 300 Pompton Rd, Wayne (973720-2371). Oct 25 The English Concert with conductor and violinist Andrew Manze. http://www.njmonthly.com/issues/Oct04/oanda2.html
Welcome To New Jersey Monthly Online Magazine May 5 William paterson University Wind Ensemble. 8 pm; free. May 19 The Grammy Awardwinning violinist, fiddler, and composer Mark OConnor performs http://www.njmonthly.com/issues/May05/oanda2.html
Extractions: Mario Ortiz, Contributor Crossroads of Traditions The Second Inter-American Composition Workshop Pam Duncan, secretary of the dean. Nancy Waldon, administration. Special thanks to Carol Reynolds for her help and patience. Skip Sluder, concert programs. Leonard Phillips, office of special programs. Professor Wayne Jackson and students of the audio technology department. Marty Prentice, Donetta Sirah, and Deborah Harden of the music operations office. Leornard Phillips, Lila Belnap, and most especially Dorothy Riggle of Room Scheduling. Dave Goodridge, stage manager for Auer Hall. Constance Mayer and staff members of the William and Gayle Cook Music Library scores and records library. Clovis Lark, Perfomance Ensembles Division of the music library. Carrie Root, publicity. Mike Pitts at the Residence Halls. Cary Boyce for establishing the collaboration with WFIU. Nancy Krueger of the IU Arts Museum. Leticia Zapata and Karen Groom of IU Printing Services for the design of the booklet and posters. The Bloomington Voice. Peter Jacobi and Kathleen Mills, The Herald Times. Tami Grafe of Carlson Travel. Armando Sesin and Alfredo Vega at Mikonos Viajes (Mexico).