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Cincinnati CityBeat Onstage Listings SAME TIME, NEXT YEAR The victoria Theatre Association s Broadway series LINTON MUSIC SERIES violinist Bill Preucil, James Dunham on viola, http://www.citybeat.com/2002-11-07/onstagelist.shtml
Extractions: Theater BABY Surprise! You're expecting. That's the emotional rollercoaster you'll ride with Playhouse South Inc.'s production of this musical. Opens Friday. 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday; 3 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 24. $10; $9 students/seniors; $8 PS members. Historic Baum Opera House, 15 S. First St., Miamisburg. 513-847-0711 or www.playhousesouth.org BABY Showbiz Players and the Drama Workshop present their take on the story of three couples experiencing what you could call parental anticipation. Opens Friday. 8 p.m. Friday-Saturday. 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 16. $10. Westwood Town Hall, corner of Montana and Harrison avenues, Westwood. 513-598-8303 or www.thedramaworkshop.org BAT BOY THE MUSICAL! The Human Race Theatre Company opens the Loft Series Season 2 with the musical tale of a tabloid phenomenon, half boy/half bat. 8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; 2 and 7 p.m. Sunday. Through Nov. 17. $28. Victoria Theatre, 128 N. Main St., Downtown Dayton, Ohio. 800-228-3630 or
Newspaper 1-7 Apr England Douglas Powell (baritone), Tivador Naemez (Russian violinist), Mons. 5 Apr 1901, Friday, victoria Daily Times not on film http://www.rootsweb.com/~canbc/1901vic_cen/news01apr.htm
Newspaper 15-21 Apr (MRI Robert Johnston Nixon mar Kitty Metts, 13 Apr 1901, victoria.) paterson AJ Wright RM Palmer Miss Roberts WG Tanner Miss M. Smith Mrs HW Findlay http://www.rootsweb.com/~canbc/1901vic_cen/news15apr.htm
Forums & Discussion At Muzic.net.nz Seminars Music and Audio Institute of NZ, Ranger House, victoria St, Auckland Classically trained violinist with significant experience as a classical http://www.muzic.net.nz/discussion.php?forum=6&thread=4462
Extractions: March 21 st Mr PIERLOT was born at Great Western on 28 th August, 1898 and is currently in his 92 nd year. He attended primary school at Great Western and furthered his education at St Patricks in Ballarat and later at Ararat High School. He met his wife at the Great Western races. Mr PIERLOTs mother was born at Deep Lead near Stawell whilst his father emigrated from France during the 1890s. His father was involved in the production of champagne in his native France and following his arrival at Great Western, was employed at Mr IRVINES winery. The guest speaker himself commenced his working life at IRVINES, prior to his fathers death in 1918. Of interest was his recounting of life at Great Western during the 1914-18 war. The guest speaker had one sister, who was called Zelma. She married Gordon RHODES of GREYLANDS, Henty shortly after WWI and settled at GREYLANDS. Mr PIERLOT eventually followed his sister to this area, when in November 1926 he purchased a property of 559 acres at Henty from Bill RHODES and started his life as a sheep farmer. Bill was a brother of Hans and Gordon RHODES, and he actually built the present house on top of the hill at WEEROONA around 1918. Mr PIERLOT spoke about the days when dances were held at the old Henty school on Saturday nights and contributed several amusing anecdotes regarding same. A number of well known local identities were mentioned.
What's New victoria James Bay Inn, 240 Government Street Sundays at the JBI along with poet Hélène Dorion, pianist Jean Marchand and violinist Vanessa Husaruk. http://www.signature-editions.com/news05-07.htm
Extractions: C.C. Benison will be reading from his latest mystery, Death in Cold Type , along with Alison Preston, reading from Cherry Bites , and Diane Poulin, reading from No Safe House More than just readiings and signings! Enter at the store to win a free mystery reader's beach prize package from Signature Editions, Remember, Life's a beach...and then you die! Tuesday, July 19, 2005, 8:00 pm . . . TORONTO
Victoria Alexander - Phantom Of The Opera victoria Alexander s review of Phantom of the Opera starring Emmy Rossum, The orphaned daughter of a poor violinist, Christine was brought up in the http://www.theflickchicks.com/flick-chicks/pages/Victoria Alexander Reviews/vict
Extractions: email@example.com " Should kill the behemoth all-time money-making musical. " Earth is home to a lot of people and, according to those who care, Andrew Lloyd Webbers The Phantom of the Opera is the most successful stage musical of all time. Worldwide ticket sales have exceeded $3.2 billion and has been seen by over an astonishing 100 million people. The winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, the New York production has been seen by over 10 million people and grossed over $550 million. The Phantom of the Opera is in its 17th year.
Extractions: As well, new Early Childhood Music and Orff classes with Douglas Paterson will start the week of January 29 (not the week of January 15 as originally scheduled). Childrens classes at the Conservatory are designed to be fun while teaching the skills involved in understanding, making, and loving music.
Teaching Artists Jonathan Feig (violin) Jonathan graduated from William Patterson College of New of victoria and earned her Master of Music from McGill University. http://www.midoriandfriends.org/teaching_artists.htm
Extractions: Teaching Artists TEACHING ARTIST BIOGRAPHIES Teaching artists participate in Professional Development sessions in which they discuss the many facets of the program, solidify goals, develop teaching strategies, and identify methods to bridge programs both internally and within each schools curricula. To this end, their respective administrators and classroom teachers carefully evaluate the programs and teaching artists on an ongoing basis, continually offering suggestions for improvement and growth. Evan Alboum (general music): Evan, who recently moved back to New York from the West Coast, holds degrees in both piano performance and music education. Evans background includes working in the NYC public schools as a Teaching Artist and in Los Angeles as a traveling music teacher for the Los Angeles Unified School District. Combined with his arts-related experience as a professional actor and his training in mime and clown theatre, Evans unique background is an asset in our Adventures in Sound program, where he has a third grade residency.
The Geelong College - News & Events College fielded a dressage team Sarah Patterson and Claire Rowe (Year 11) and Joanne This talented young violinist also won the String Student Award. http://www.geelongcollege.vic.edu.au/news_principals_00t3_02.html
Extractions: · Madison Kerney (Year 6) produced an excellent piece of artwork depicting reconciliation. The work will form part of a banner entitled "A stitch in time for Reconciliation", a collaborative piece which will be unveiled as a part of "Corroboree 2000", the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation's report to the Federal Government. · Eliza Elliott (Year 8) and Stephen Green (Year 7) represented the College at the "Rostrum Voice of Youth" competition in Geelong and together with Angeline Balaratnam (Year 11), were successful in gaining the Geelong Advertiser "Overall Schools' Prize". Eliza also managed to achieve 3rd place in the Under 15 section while Angeline won the Encouragement Award in the Senior Division.
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Library Subject Heading "p" Parlow, Kathleen, violinist, b 1890 d 1963 Parry Oatgrass Forage plant Patterson, George - Horse wrangler, Burns Lake, BC -1930 s http://www.smflibrary.ca/p.html
Sphinx Organization - About Sphinx - Boards Mr. Cerone and his wife, violinist Linda Cerone, founded the nationally Willis Patterson is former Professor of Voice and Associate Dean of the http://www.sphinxmusic.org/about/boards.html
Extractions: Sanford Allen started his study of the violin at the age of seven and entered the Juilliard School of Music at age ten. He enrolled there as a scholarship student with Mme. Vera Fonaroff and continued to work with her at the Mannes College of Music while attending the High School of Performing Arts in Manhattan. After graduating from Performing Arts, he attended Mannes College as a scholarship student. In 1962, while still at Mannes College, he became the first black musician to become a regular member of the New York Philharmonic. Mr. Allen is currently on the faculty of the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University in New Brunswick and is also the Director of the Hudson Valley Leaf Peeper Music Series presented by Clarion Concerts in Columbia County.
Hamish MacCunn Two years later he was playing the piano and the violin reasonably well receiving The cantata Bonny Kilmeny Op. 2 was first performed at paterson s http://www.britishclassicalmusic.com/maccunn.html
Extractions: Main Composers Magazine Concerts ... Tavener Details for this page have been provided by the British Music society. A Scottish Composer, Conductor and Teacher. There was no shortage of Scottish composers in the nineteenth century and early years of this century but their names no longer appear on concert programmes in Scotland or in other parts of Great Britain. We might recall names such as William Wallace, John B. McEwen, Learmont Drysdale and Hamish MacCunn but most of us would find great difficulty in recalling any of their music with the exception perhaps of one work by Hamish MacCunn. By now readers of this who are also avid television watchers might have remembered that the BBC Television series "Sutherland s Law" shown in recent years used MacCunn s Overture Land of the Mountain and the Flood as its title music. MacCunn, born on 22 March 1868, was a composer, conductor and teacher of great merit. Pupils who studied with him during the short time he was at the Royal Academy maintained that he was a born teacher of charming and unselfish character. He gained a high reputation in London musical circles as well as in countries abroad and expressed his Scottish heritage of poetry and romance more successfully than any of his predecessors. Many of his works exhibit a folk music element and MacCunn had a genuine love of Scottish folksongs but he disliked imitation, and detested songs like Wha Wadna Fight for Charlie or Within a Mile o Edinburgh Toun .
Events Calendar victoria Bond Molly Many Bloom György Kurtag from the Kafka Fragments Performing the program are Theresa Salomon, violin, Chris Woltmann and Karl http://www.theconstructioncompany.org/pages/ec04.html
Student Orchestras Of Greater Olympia Mary Jo Rydholm, violin, coaches the Conservatory and Academy strings. An accomplished violinist in her own right, she challenges the violinists to a higher http://www.studentorchestras.org/Staff.htm
Extractions: Mr. Welsh holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano from Miami University in Ohio and a Masters in Conducting from Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. While serving as a Captain in the United States Air Force, he conducted the United States Air Force Band and Symphony and Military Airlift Command Band. His mentors include Richard Lert, Leo Mueller, Leon Barzin, Leon Fleisher, Kiril Kondrashin, Max Rudolph and Gustav Meier. Greg Allison, Artistic Director Greg Allison , conductor of the SOGO Conservatory Brass Choir and Academy Orchestra, received his B.A. and M.A. in Music Education from Western Washington University where he studied trumpet with the late William D. Cole. Mr. Allison has taught instrumental music in the Olympia School District for 24 years. His bands have been chosen to perform at the State and Northwest Music Educators Conference and the Western International Band Clinic. Mr. Allison has performed in of the Northwest Wind Symphony, the 22nd Ave Dixieland Band, the Tacoma Concert Band, and the Evergreen Brass Quintet. He has been a guest adjudicator, clinician, and guest conductor for state and regional festivals and conventions including the Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago.
Women Of Achievement Women to Play That Very Masculine Instrument the Violin. Anne Woods Patterson Appointed US Ambassador B. 1231-1924, victoria Draves - US diver. http://www.undelete.org/woa/woa12-31.html
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Skaila Kanga - UK Harpist 2003 s commissions included a new solo work Bugs by Paul Patterson, victoria Davies won the London Harp Competition for two successive years and her http://www.musiciansgallery.com/start/strings/harps/kanga(skaila).htm
Extractions: photo by Bill Mackenzie FORTHCOMING CONCERTS Skaila Kanga was born in India and started learning the piano at the age of five. She won a Junior Exhibition to the Royal Academy of Music and later studied there with Vivian Langrish. Her interest in the harp began at 17 years of age when she was given the opportunity to study with Tina Bonifacio, Sir Thomas Beecham's harpist in the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Skaila began her career with the BBC Concert Orchestra and soon went on to freelance with many regional and all the major London orchestras under such eminent conductors as Boult, Kempe, Guilini, Monteux, Haitink, Maazel, Mehta, Barenboim, Previn, Solti, Klemperer, Svetlanov and Rattle. At this time she also worked extensively with Pierre Boulez in the BBC Symphony Orchestra alongside Sidonie Goossens and Maria Korchinska. Skaila's solo career has included many performances of concertos and broadcasts at the same time as her flourishing work in the sphere of records, films and television. She has worked for artists such as Sinatra, Streisand, Elton John, Pavarotti, Joan Sutherland, Domingo, Carreras, Barbara Hendricks, Kiri Te Kanawa, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Michel Legrand, James Horner, Pat Metheny, Michael Nyman and Richard Rodney Bennett and many more. In 1977 Tommy Reilly and Skaila formed a duo for harmonica and harp which spanned 22 years. They performed in concert and on television throughout Britain, Europe and South America. They recorded on the Chandos label for whom Skaila has also recorded all the major French chamber music repertoire with the Academy of St Martins in the Fields Chamber Ensemble and Mozart's Concerto for flute and harp with Susan Milan, Hickox and the City of London Sinfonia.
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