Contemporary Music Chart - Peoplesound Highly Strung, City of London Sinfonia Richard Hickox - mayumi seiler MendelssohnViolin Concerto in D minor - (1822) - Allegro http://www.peoplesound.com/music/classical/contemporary?order=streams desc
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Mayumi Seiler Chamber Orchestra, among others. With the support of a private benefactor,mayumi seiler plays a circa 1740 JB Guadagnini violin. http://echoworld.com/B04/B0406/B0406ViaS-a.htm
Extractions: May, 2004 - Nr. 5 MAYUMI SEILER Mayumi Seiler began her musical upbringing in Osaka, Japan, where she was born of Japanese/German parentage. She began playing the violin at the age of three. At the age of six, her family moved to Salzburg, Austria, where she continued her studies. While attending the Salzburg Mozarteum, Ms. Seiler was prominently influenced by her association with the late Sandor Vegh. At a very young age, she was performing with her three sisters in the Seiler String Quartet throughout Japan and Europe. She then moved to London, England, where she forged an international solo career. Strad Magazine said of her, " Mayumi Seiler unites the technical excellence of the Orient with the grand chamber music tradition of Germany." Ms. Seiler has appeared as soloist with Sir Neville Marriner and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields at the Proms in London, and has also appeared with the Royal Philharmonic, Moscow Symphony, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Academica Salzburg, Bournemouth Symphony, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Berlin Symphony and the Australian Chamber Orchestra, among others. With the support of a private benefactor, Mayumi Seiler plays a circa 1740 J.B. Guadagnini violin. As a chamber musician, she has been a guest leader with several groups, including the Nash Ensemble, and has made numerous recordings as the leader of the Schubert Ensemble of London. She travels throughout Europe, the Far East, Canada and the US, where she has performed frequently in the Smithsonian Chamber Music series as a member of the Smithsonians Axelrod String Quartet. Ms. Seiler also teaches at the University of Toronto Faculty of Music and Glenn Gould Professional School.
Via Salzburg - Chamber Music Orchestra mayumi seiler, Artistic Director of Via Salzburg, was born in Osaka, began playing She has recorded numerous violin concertos and sonatas on the Virgin http://www.viasalzburg.com/VS_bios.htm
Extractions: Biographies About Us ... Contact MAYUMI SEILER Mayumi Seiler , Artistic Director of Via Salzburg, was born in Osaka, began playing the violin at three years of age, and studied at the Mozateum while growing up in Salzburg. She is busy as a soloist and chamber musician in Europe, Japan and North America. Mayumi teaches at the University of Toronto and Glenn Gould School, and has a daughter Hana and a son Seiji. She has recorded numerous violin concertos and sonatas on the Virgin Classics and JVC Victor labels as well as other chamber music works on Hyperion and Capriccio. She has performed with conductors and orchestras such as Neville Marriner, Christopher Hogwood, Sandor Vegh, the London Sinfonia, the Royal Philharmonic, the Berlin Symphony, the Moscow Symphony, The Hong Kong Philharmonic, the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the Toronto Symphony. With the support of a private benefactor, Mayumi plays a circa 1740 J.B. Guadagnini violin. For more information please visit www.mayumiseiler.com
Via Salzburg - Chamber Music Orchestra Friday, June 3, 2005, mayumi seiler, violin; Caroline Palmer, piano; Joel Noyes,cello; Denise Fujiwara, dance. * All concerts are at 800 pm at the Glenn http://www.viasalzburg.com/
Sorry - We Can't Find That Page mayumi seiler is joined by her three sisters; Midori, violin; Naomi, viola; andYuri, cello, for Via Salzburg s spectacular season finale. http://glenngouldstudio.cbc.ca/0005-06.html
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Extractions: Back to Top B Bankas, Atis - violin. Barr, Jean - piano. Barrett, Joan - violin. Bates, Mona (1889-1971) - piano. Baxtresser, Jeanne - flute. Juilliard. Beaver, Martin - violin. Peabody. Bee, Dorothy (1910-1986) - piano. Berlin, Boris (1907-2001) - piano. RCM. Birkenshaw-Fleming, Lois (b1928) - Orff. Blackman, Lloyd (b1928) - violin, conductor. Bolet, Jorge ( ) - piano. Bornoff, George (1907- ) - violin. Boulanger, Nadia (1887-1979) - composition. Brauss, Helmut (b1930) - piano. Buswell, James - violin. NEC.
Bio - Mayumi Seiler mayumi seiler violin Toronto, Ontario, Canada. mayumi seiler was born in Osaka,Japan and grew up in Salzburg, Austria where she studied at the Salzburg http://www.excel-ability.com/Music/Bio/Performers/SeilerM.html
Extractions: Toronto, Ontario, Canada Mayumi Seiler was born in Osaka, Japan and grew up in Salzburg, Austria where she studied at the Salzburg Mozarteum. Her parents are pianists and her three older sisters are also professional string players. She established her professional international career while living in London. Now living in Toronto, she is married to David Kent (Timpanist, Toronto Symphony Orchestra) and has one daughter. Plays a 1740 Guadagnini. Influencing Teachers: Sandor Vegh Performer: Soloist. with orchestras including the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Royal Philharmonic, Moscow Symphony, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Camerata Academica Salzburg, Hong Kong Philharmonic, Berlin Symphony and the Australian Chamber Orchestra. Seiler String Quartet (with sisters Nami, Yuri and Midori). Axelrod String Quartet. (With Marilyn McDonald, violins Steven Dann, viola and Kenneth Slowik, cello. Features Stradivarius instruments from the Smithsonian Institution.) Artistic Director of Via Salzburg series at CBC Glenn Gould Studio.
Sharman: At Dusk, Roster mayumi seiler, violin (leader). Daniel Bard, violin. Benjamin Bowman, violin (principalsecond). Caitlin Boyle, viola. Nicholas Coulter, timpani http://www.michaelsweeney.com/RosterSharman.html
Extractions: The Seiler Strings and Their Guests heard on mozart and well beyond mozart mozetich sharman welsh Mayumi Seiler, violin (leader) Daniel Bard, violin Benjamin Bowman, violin (principal second) Caitlin Boyle, viola Nicholas Coulter, timpani Christopher Gongos, cor primo Erica Goodman, harp Graham Hargrove, marimba Kathleen Kajioka, viola Nancy Kershaw, violin Csaba Koczo, violin Dominique Laplante, violin Tori Lindsay, violin Max Mandel, viola (principal) John Marshman, cello Alan Molitz, bass (principal) Aisslinn Nosky, violin Joel Quarrington, bass (principal) Julie Ranti, [flauto] primo (Andante) Carina Reeves, cello (principal) Mark Rogers, oboe secondo (Allegro - Rondeau) Angela Rudden, viola Carole Siroir, cello (principal) Cynthia Steljes, oboe primo (Allegro - Rondeau) Beth Sturdevant, cello Camille Watts, [flauto] secondo (Andante) Julia Wedman, violin Linda Smith, recording supervisor BACK TO RECORDINGS
Extractions: If you know of a WWW page for a particular soloist, ensemble or orchestra which is not listed here, please use the submission form which also has a link to a standard mailto: option. If you have submitted a site for consideration and have not received a reply within one month, please feel free to resubmit. NEW! Search the entire WWW Virtual Library: Match: All Any Boolean Format: Long Short help Search engine courtesy of Harvard University and the ht://Dig search engine Need to have text or a website translated? Use Altavista's translation service!! Soloists Conductors Ensembles Orchestras ... Opera/Management agencies/Miscellaneous Adam, Bill (Bill Adam Tribute Web site) (trumpet) Afrocentric Voices in Classical Music ; Biographies and bibliographies on African Americans in classical vocal music Ainsley, John Mark (tenor) Angelov, Ludmil (piano) Alban, Carol (flute) Aler, John (tenor) Allen, Susan (harp) Allen, Sir Thomas (baritone) Aleksander, Adam (piano) Alykova, Valentina
Niagara Symphony - Concerts Visions of Joy Beethoven s Violin Concerto. mayumi seiler mayumi seiler, violin. seiler brings an exceptional blend of precision with tonal generosity http://www.niagarasymphony.org/concerts.php
Extractions: home concerts tickets education ... links All concerts Sean O'Sullivan Theatre, brock University. Look at a seating plan for A, B, and C tier seats here. Sunday, October 23, 2005 at 2:30 p.m. Valerie Tryon , piano "One finds oneself in the presence of a great artist." Gazette de Lausanne (Switzerland) Don't miss this season opener with one of the most beloved piano concerti ever written, followed by a rousing symphony, an early celebration of Dmitri Shostakovich's 100th birthday. Modest Mussorgsky The Fair at Sorochinsk: Gopak Sergei Rachmaninoff Concerto for Piano No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 18 Molto Sostenuto Dmitri Shostakovich Symphony No. 9 in E-Flat Major, Op. 70 Sunday, November 27, 2005 at 2:30 p.m. Andrew McCandless , trumpet A rare opportunity to hear the virtuoso first trumpet of the Toronto Symphony in the great Hummel trumpet concerto a cornerstone of the orchestral repertoire. Felix Mendelssohn Athalie: War March of the Priests, Op. 74
The Wholenote Magazine opera orchestra in Hamburg, and Midori seiler, the youngest, is a freelance violinistand baroque solo performer in Berlin. According to mayumi, they played http://www.thewholenote.com/wholenote_june_00/cover_story.html
Extractions: by Allan Pulker L ooking back over the 1999-2000 music season, the things that meet the eye first, are discordant the traumatic TSO strike; the seemingly endless machinations that threaten to undermine yet again the long overdue Toronto opera house; the very sad demise of the Ford Centre music series; and the close call, just weeks ago, for the Downtown Jazz Festival. To this litany, one could add a 40% reduction in Ontario Arts Council funding over the past four years; continuing budget woes at the CBC; and what looks like the planned systematic destruction of music education in our public schools. But the pages of WholeNote offer another view of the season: the many, many small details that together are evidence of the healthy abundance in our musical scene. T he choral scene is flourishing, with new choirs, like VocalPoint and The Riverdale Childrens Chorus being created, and older ones (too numerous to mention all by name) attracting new members and presenting innovative repertoire to (usually) large audiences. A sign of this strength: one of our choirs, the Exultate Chamber Singers, not only won in its category in the CBC Choral Competition, but also won the top prize as the most outstanding choir.
WNYC - Playlist For January 23, 2003 4 in G Franz Joseph Haydn CONDUCTOR mayumi seiler ORCHESTRA/ENSEMBLE City of LondonSinfonia SOLOIST(S) mayumi seiler, violin Virgin Classics 61504 http://wnyc.org/music/playlists/01232003.html
Virgin Classics seiler, mayumi. Beethoven, Haydn and Mendelssohn Violin Concertos mayumi seiler /City of London Sinfonia / Richard Hickox 5615042. http://www.virginclassics.com/vclass-cgi-bin/lh_disco.cgi?key=165
Music - Faculty Members mayumi seiler, Violin. Patricia Shand, Professor, Music Education. Larry Shields,Music Education, Trombone. Nora Shulman, Flute. Mark Skazinetsky, Violin http://www.music.utoronto.ca/English/page_12_5803_1.html
Extractions: dqmcodebase = "/style/js/opencube/" //script folder location University of Toronto Home Search Site Map ... Login Faculty Members Home Faculty Faculty Members William Aide , Professor Emeritus Dianne Aitken, Flute Michael Albano Peg Albrecht , Flute Raffi Armenian , OC, Professor, Director of Orchestral Activities Keith Atkinson , Oboe Gage Averill Heather Bambrick , Jazz Voice Peter Barnes , Voice Virginia Barron, Viola Lee R Bartel , Associate Professor, Music Education David Beach , Professor Emeritus John Beckwith , C.M., Professor Emeritus JoAnne Bentley , Voice Roger Bergs Melvin Berman, Professor Emeritus Daniel Blackman, Viola Lynn Blaser, Voice Brainerd Blyden-Taylor, Conductor: Master Chorale Douglas Bodle , Oratorio, Organ David Bourque , Clarinet Roman Borys , Cello William Bowen David Braid , Jazz Piano John Brownell , Music Education, Percussion Pandora Bryce , Music Education, Flute Walter Buczynski, Professor Emeritus Celia Cain, Robert Carli , Saxophone William Carn, Jazz trombone Chan Ka Nin Ronald Chandler, Professor Emeritus Stephen Chenette , Professor Emeritus Max Christie, Clarinet
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