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1. Job Vacancy Bulletin #372 - 7/15/01
catastrophic world of 1941…” “violinist elisabeth Adkins, cellist violinist,improviser, composer CARLA KIHLSTEDT has PHILIP glass’s 65 th year will be
Room 105C, One East Mt. Vernon Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
hours: 1 - 5 P.M., phone: January 15, 2001 Number 385 Congratulations News Notes - Other Events Competitions Opera ... Job Listings Your Future in Music Seminar Series
Peabody Office of Career Counseling and Placement
Co-Sponsored by the Conservatory Brass Department
Darrin Milling
Bass Trombone
Sao Paulo State Symphony Orchestra
Sao Paulo, Brazil
will speak about
"Orchestra Jobs in South America" Tuesday, January 22, 2002 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in East Hall Darrin Milling studied at the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Peabody Preparatory and the Curtis Institute. CONGRATULATIONS Conservatory trumpeters TOM HILL, ELIZABETH ROBINSON, TAO GE, and BRIAN BUNNELL with recording engineer BRIAN THOMPSON have recorded Hopkins University songs and a fanfare based on a theme by CHARES KIM now posted on the Hopkins University web site. See: Some of the music was played by the trumpets at a ground breaking at Peabody on September 19 for the new Peabody construction project.

2. Berlin Festival Diary
Holger Groschopp, piano, elisabeth glass and Cornelia Brandis, violins, Hartmut Rohde, viola, and soprano Ulrike Staude and violinist Muriel Cantoreggi paired with the irrepressible,
4 Bill Newman BERLIN FESTIVAL DIARY Harmonic content is derived from Satie, Poulenc, Debussy and Ravel, but the conception, whether pictorial or from personal association, derives from Koechlin's many-sided orchestral inspiration. With the programme approaching about 80 minutes' duration, the piano sound was increasing in depth and sonority, and suddenly the performers were alongside my front seat! Mussbach had a cantilever device underneath the platform to pull forwards diagonally through the centre aisle and the length of the hall. Occasional cracks and creaks notwithstanding, a more natural way of communicating and sharing music is hard to imagine! Yaara Tal also featured in a concert the following day at the Kammermusiksaal der Philharmonie, the first half devoted to Darius Milhaud. Holger Groschopp, piano, Elisabeth Glass and Cornelia Brandis, violins, Hartmut Rohde, viola, and Martin Menking, cello, rang the changes around Le Boeuf sur le toit, the String Trio, and This represented Milhaud at his most sophisticated jazzy and ironical. Those, like myself, more familiar with chamber orchestral versions of the first and last pieces heard instrumental combinations using slightly different notation and bringing fresh timbres and more directness to the harmonic complexities. The claim of Milhaud's close colleague and admirer, Erik Satie, to a place in posterity is even more clearly linked to the people and pastimes that permeated his ultra real, often erratic lifestyle.

3. Classical Composers
Legacy " featuring the works of glass, Antheil, Bloch, and Farberman; "Forgotten Patriotism works by Prokofiev and Brahms; violinist elisabeth Batiashvili in works by Schubert,
Classical Composers

4. Job Vacancy Bulletin #372 - 7/15/01
by Mary Zimmerman with Mr. glass and Arnold Berl Senofsky, 77, celebrated violinist,Peabody instructor. musical award, the Queen elisabeth International Music
7-9 E. Centre Street, Baltimore, MD
hours: 1 - 5 P.M., phone: July 1, 2002 Number 395 Congratulations News Notes - Other Events Competitions Opera ... Job Listings CONGRATULATIONS Director Robert Sirota has appointed Eileen Soskin as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs of the Peabody Conservatory. She had been serving in the position on an interim appointment during the search for a new Dean of the Conservatory. HEIDI WILLIAMS presented a piano recital on the Crescendo Concert Series at Immanuel Lutheran Church in St. Charles, Missouri, on March 17. The Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra will present a concert of works by PHILIP GLASS at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on March 10, 2003, at 8:00 p.m. See Also, Gallileo Gallilei, a new opera with music by Mr. Glass, libretto by Mary Zimmerman with Mr. Glass and Arnold Weinstein, and directed by Ms. Zimmerman, is receiving its world premiere in a production through August 4 at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago. Call 312 443-3800 or see

however, from his fame as a violinist, Kreutzer was also the chief spring, the elisabethquelle,impregnated and the manufacture of leather, glass and tobacco.
KREUZBURG—KRILOFF famous as a violinist, playing with great success at various continental capitals. It was to him that in 1803 Beethoven dedicated his famous violin sonata (op. 47) known as the " Kreutzer." Apart, however, from his fame as a violinist, Kreutzer was also a prolific composer; he wrote twenty-nine operas, many of which were successfully produced, besides nineteen violin concertos and chamber music. He died at Geneva in 1831. KREUZBURG, a town of Germany, in the Prussian province of Silesia, on the Stober, 24 m. N.N.E. of Oppeln. Pop. (1905), 10,919. It has an Evangelical and a Roman Catholic church, a gymnasium and a teacher's seminary. Here are flour-mills, distilleries, iron-works, breweries, and manufactories of sugar and of machinery. Kreuzburg, which became a town in 1252, was the birthplace of the novelist Gustav Freytag. KREUZNACH (CREUZNACH), a town and watering-place of Germany, in the Prussian Rhine province, situated on the Nahe, a tributary of the Rhine, 9 m. by rail S. of Bingerbruck. Pop. (1900), 21,321. It consists of the old town on the right bank of the river, the new town on the left, and the Bade Insel (bath island), connected by a fine stone bridge. The town has two Evangelical and three Roman Catholic churches, a gymnasium, a commercial school and a hospital. There is a collection of Roman and medieval antiquities, among which is preserved a fine Roman mosaic discovered in 1893. On the Bade Insel is the Kurhaus (1872) and also the chief spring, the Elisabeth-quelle, impregnated with iodine and bromine, and prescribed for scrofulous, bronchial and rheumatic disorders. The chief industries are marble-polishing and the manufacture of leather, glass and tobacco. Vines are cultivated on the neighbouring hills, and there is a trade in wine and corn.

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Please select a category from the menu on the left. This site, which contains more than 11,000 links to other new music sites, is provided by Thomas Moore at UMBC and serves the contemporary classical music community. If you would like your site listed here, or if you have a site to suggest, send mail to: . If you've recently submitted an addition or change to the list, please be patient I have a backlog of requests. Our address: Recently added or updated sites: Sites added 30 March 2003:

7. Contents Of Gazette Issued On October 07, 1999
goal last November, campaign cochairs elisabeth and John First 79 Years a Conversationwith violinist Isaac Stern be drilled inside a piece of glass, that is
October 07, 1999
October 07, 1999
Matz, Seltzer Receive Award for Excellence in Teaching
Two Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) junior faculty members have received the Roslyn Abramson Award, given each year to recognize excellence in teaching. Ig Nobel Ceremony Honors Nutty 'Scientific' Research
Ninth First Annual Ig Nobel Prize Ceremony, that is. SPH Researchers Find Fruits, Vegetables Reduce Risk of Stroke
Harvard researchers have found that eating five servings per day of fruits and vegetables is related to a 30 percent lower risk of ischemic stroke in men and women. KSG Lectureship Created In Memory of Raymond Vernon
A memorial service will be held for Raymond Vernon on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at 4:30 p.m. in the ARCO Forum, Kennedy School of Government, 79 J.F.K. St. A reception will follow the service.Dean Joseph S. Nye Jr. has established a new lectureship at the Kennedy School to honor the life, career, and legacy of Vernon. Sultan of Oman Professorship Established at KSG
A new professorship in international relations has been established at the Kennedy School of Government, made possible by the government and the people of the Sultanate of Oman. The professorship, named "The Sultan of Oman Professorship," will focus upon advanced scholarship, teaching, research, and outreach in international affairs. Harvard Donors Establish Milestone In Advancing Teaching And Research
As they continue enabling Harvard to advance teaching and research excellence, Harvard donors will establish a new record for higher education philanthropy when The University Campaign ends Dec. 31.

8. Bomis: The Arts/Music/Composition/Contemporary Classical Composers Ring
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    Website of Pulitzer-prize winning American composer. Stephen M. Raskin, Composer Original compositions with MIDI sound files. Contemporary Classical, Choral, Vocal, Piano, Chamber, and Sacred. Vernon Taranto, Jr. A Composer's music from living composer, Vernon Taranto, Jr. Eric Black Eric Black, composer, trombonist, student living in San Francisco. A page of his compositions, MIDI files, trombone links, etc. Piotr Grella-Mozejko Piotr Grella-Mozejko is a well-respected composer of experimental and avant-garde music for numerous instruments and ensembles. John M. Reese, Composer I am a composer, mainly of sacred choral music. In my spare time I also write fiction, humor, and essays about everything from classical music to dreams.
  • 9. UNEP Global 500 Forum :: World Environment Day 99
    by Tokiko Kato, pianist Yutaka Hosai, violinist Yang Xing items such as bottles filledwith glass beads and our new Laureate friends, to elisabeth Guilbaud Cox
    World Environment Day 99 World Environment Day 99 was a tremendous success, far exceeding our hopes and dreams. The theme for this year's World Environment Day ( Our Earth - Our Future - Just Save It! ) was an urgent appeal to each and every one of us to renew our pledge to cherish and respect the planet that sustains us. The events began with a welcome party hosted by new Laureate, Global Environmental Action of Japan. Their key role as an advocator of environmental protection and sustainable development in close collaboration with U.N. organizations as been an important force in deepening international dialogue and developing concrete global actions which would contribute to sustainable development. The Prince and Princess of Japan graced their conference, which ran simultaneously with World Environment Day. On June 4th, Mr. Goto of Yasuda Marine and Fire Insurance Company (a 1998 Laureate) funded and hosted a Global 500 Forum Luncheon and presentation. The Minister of the Environment, Mr. Manabe, Dr. Toepher, Executive Director of UNEP, new Laureates, and numerous Japanese Laureates attended the event from 1987 - 1998. It was a joyful reunion for Marilyn Mosley and Global 500 Forum Advisor Partha Sarathay, who has served continuously on the Forum as a counselor for India, President, and advisor. Mr. Goto and his 110 person technical team worked with Forum President Marilyn Mosley to develop a presentation that included a dramatic display of our website. The World Environment Day Ceremony attended by Their Majesties, the Emperor and Empress, was a very memorable occasion. The beauty of Japanese simplicity was evident with an exquisite slide presentation arranged to music of incredible natural beauty. The event culminated with the presentation of UNEP's Global 500 awards to 17 individuals and organizations from 12 countries, all of who have made outstanding contributions to the protection of the environment. We were all so proud of the Laureates as each stepped up to receive the award presented by Mr. Manabe and Mr. Toepher. The youth representative from Japan Junior Eco-Club, Ms. Mizuki Kunugihara, stood with much poise and delivered a lovely speech. The Laureates were honored to meet with their Majesties, the Emperor and Empress, who received the Laureates in private.

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    11. WellesleyWeek - March 31- April 7, 2003
    and radio, will deliver the 2003 elisabeth Luce Moore a tour de force for the violinist,while the creates special effects using thimbles and glass tumblers on
    Table of Contents wellesley week news
    safety information and support offered to community

    lectures address victims of civil war and slavery

    celebrate chai week

    wind in the willows musical enjoys boston premire
    calendar of on-campus events

    Click here to view events by date Monday, March 31 Tuesday, April 1 Wednesday, April 2 Thursday, April 3 Friday, April 4 Saturday, Apirl 5 Sunday, April 6 Monday, April 7 ongoing save the date information about wellesley week safety information and support offered to community Wellesley College has posted new online information to keep the campus community informed about emergency preparedness, campus safety and more. The resource begins with a message from President Diana Chapman Walsh.
    "Uppermost on my mind are the safety of the campus community and of students studying abroad; the continuation of our vital work teaching and learning together; and (a necessary condition for learning) the maintenance of an environment that encourages free and responsible dialogue and a respectful exploration of the many questions that are on our minds and hearts at this critical moment in national and world history," she writes.
    Walsh encourages the community to learn and to teach one another during this difficult time, adding, "I hope faculty and others with connections to outside speakers who can bring us insightful perspectives will arrange to have them come. I also hope academic departments, student organizations and others will arrange panels and discussions for the benefit of the whole college community. In the meantime, a number of individuals and groups are discussing additional ideas for bringing the campus together for intellectual exchange as well as for mutual support."

    12. Lincoln Center For The Performing Arts 79 Lincoln Center Plaza
    Music as Historical Legacy, featuring the works of glass, Antheil, Bloch StringQuartet in works by Prokofiev and Brahms; violinist elisabeth Batiashvili in
    Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
    79 Lincoln Center Plaza
    New york, NY 10023-6583
    TEL: (212) 875-5000
    February 3, 2000
    Now in its 35th Season, Great Performers Presents 96 Music Events in 15 Series World-Class Orchestras and Recitalists, Four "New Visions" Theatrical Premieres, A Focus on Stravinsky, A Festival of Czech Music, and "Art of the Song" Debuts of Jane Eaglen and José van Dam

    Since its inaugural season in 1965, when its 16 recital performances were held in Philharmonic Hall, Lincoln Center's Great Performers has grown into one of the most provocative music programs in the United States spanning seven concert venues and offering 96 performances of diverse classical music events in 15 different series. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts continues its commitment to exploring new, standard, and repertoire-driven programming with the 35th Anniversary Season of Great Performers beginning October 4, 2000 and continuing through June 2, 2001.
    Jane S. Moss, Lincoln Center's Vice President of Programming states: "This season's Great Performers strongly reflects our commitment to the presentation of outstanding musical achievements, from the full throttle expression of a choral masterwork to the sublime intimacy of a single voice, in a wide range of contexts and settings. From the in-depth exploration of a major composer, to a multi-faceted survey of the contributions of a single nationality, to showcasing the art of the choir, to theatrical collaborations. Great Performers seeks to reveal to audiences the transcendence, power, and emotion of the musical experience."

    13. The Washington Diplomat
    the 1938 Night of Broken glass when Nazis Embassy of Hungary violinist Dmitri Berlinskyand pianist Elena Klemens Geyrhofer and soprano elisabeth Kulman (May
    October 2002
    Washington Diplomat
    PO Box 1345
    Wheaton, MD 20915
    Tel: 301.933.3552
    Fax: 301.949.0065
    Working in Concert
    by Gary Tischler
    Barry is one of those people who can surprise you. You can picture him listening with closed-eye intensity to adolescent Chinese youngsters playing piano at the Chinese Embassy, then listen to him talk about old army days in the 1960s, or discussing how he thought about becoming a rabbi.
    Gary Tischler is a contributing writer to The Washington Diplomat.
    Embassy of Poland Pianist Matthew Bengtson and Violinist Bin Huang (Oct. 3 and 4 at 8 p.m., tickets $35) Embassy of Austria Pianist Christopher Hinterhuber (Oct. 17 and 18 at 8 p.m., tickets $30) Embassy of Slovakia Cellist Jozef Luptak (Oct. 24 at 8 p.m., tickets $35) Embassy of Lithuania Vilno Ghetto II with baritone Jerome Barry and pianist Jeffrey Chappell (Nov. 7 at 8 p.m., tickets $35) Embassy of Germany The Mendelssohn Piano Trio in the first two of three concerts dedicated to the complete piano trios of Beethoven (Nov. 29 and Dec. 9 at 8 p.m., tickets $35)

    14. February 26
    1939, E Fernandez Arb¢s, Spanish violinist/conductor/composer dies at about 75 In1953, elisabeth Ilse Kuyper of Toledo, Ohio patents a glassblowing machine
    On February 26...
    57th day of the year with 308 days left (Numerology = 1)
    Happy Birthday to:
    In 1361, Wenceslas of Bohemia, Holy Roman Catholic German emperor (1378-1400)
    In 1588, Nicolaus Erich, composer
    In 1675, Guillaume Delisle, Paris France, geographer (Atlas G‚ographique)
    In 1675, Johann Philipp Treiber, composer
    In 1677, Nicola Fago, composer
    In 1686, Godefroi L Count d'Estrades, French diplomat
    In 1717, John Randall, composer
    In 1770, Antoine Reicha, composer
    In 1772, Caspar Furstenau, composer In 1802, Victor Hugo, France, author (Hunchback of Notre Dame, Les Miserables) In 1808, Honor‚ Daumier, France, painter/lithographer/caricaturist In 1824, Carlos Calvo, Arg diplomat/people rights scholar (Calvo Clause) In 1825, Hans Balatka, composer In 1831, Filippo Marchetti, composer In 1832, John George Nicolay, US, author (Abe Lincoln's biographer) In 1834, Aleksander Zarzycki, composer In 1835, Richard Andree, German geography/etnologist (Andree's Handatlas) In 1837, Charles Woeste, Belgian count/min of Justice

    15. April 13
    Henry II of France) In 1545, elisabeth van Valois Jensen, composer In 1895, Olga Rudge,violinist In 1895 Burnett, director (When it Rains, glass Shield) In 1944
    On April 13...
    103rd day of year with 262 days left (Numerology = 8)
    Happy Birthday to:
    In 1519, Catherine de' M‚dici, Queen of Spain/daughter of Henry II
    In 1519, De Medicis, queen consort (Henry II of France)
    In 1545, Elisabeth van Valois, French queen of Spain/daughter of Henri II
    In 1593, Thomas Wentworth, London, earl of Strafford/Viceroy of Ireland
    In 1626, Aert Jansz van Nes, Lt-admiral, baptised
    In 1648, Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Mothe-Guyon, French mystic (qui‚tisme)
    In 1713, Pierre de Jelyotte, composer
    In 1721, John Hanson, Maryland, 1st US Pres under Articles of Confederation
    In 1729, Thomas Percy, English literary/bishop of Dromore In 1732, Frederick North, (C) British PM (1770-82) In 1733, Johann Heinrich Zang, composer In 1743, Thomas Jefferson, Virginia, (D-R) 3rd pres (1801-09) In 1749, Frederik Sigismund van Bylandt, Dutch count/vice-admiral In 1756, Louis H J Cond‚, French prince In 1762, Johanna C Wattier-Ziesenis, Dutch actress (Phaedra, Lady Macbeth) In 1762, Karl Friedrich Horn, composer

    16. Ensemble Ouabache Article
    EO violinist Christopher Verrette notes that what is important with Her Two Children by elisabeth VigéeLebrun of the church, there is no stained glass.

    17. For A Change--Making The Soul Dance
    an American filmmaker, an English violinist, a Swedish and inspiration of Chagall'sstained glass windows, and elisabeth Smith, a Norwegian living in Zimbabwe
    Making the soul dance
    Betsy Lancaster takes part in a conference 'for all who long to discover the creative sparkle within' and finds manifestations in unexpected places.
    T he hills were alive with the sound of musicand poetry and prayer; acting, dancing and painting; baking and puppetmaking; and much more. For one warm week in August, people from all over the world gathered at Mountain House, Caux, MRA's Swiss conference centre, to explore in theory and practice the full meaning of creativity. 'Psssht', the conference's title, evoked the effervescence and energy released when opening a fizzy drink. A diverse group of 16 from five countries meeting in Britain, Sweden and the USA had conceived and created this extraordinary event on the triple themes of 'creativity, freedom and service'. Their hope: to enable all who came to find new, honest and creative ways to look at themselves and their part in God's creation. 'It is not primarily a time for the "gifted" to develop their skill, but for anybody who wants to explore new sides of their human nature, their relationship with God and their role in society,' they said. Could the creative spark be ignited in everyone and in any aspect of life? British playwright Hugh Steadman Williams observed, 'Love and creativity are two characteristics that we share with our Creator.' An astonishing array of workshopsfrom puppet-making to 'painting from within' from pastry baking to the Stanislavsky Acting Methodwas offered. Workshop participants were grouped into four 'communities', with neon pink, yellow, green and orange nametags making for easy group identification.

    18. Snow And Symphony - The St. Moritz Music Festivals
    Translate this page the floating, ethereal sounds of the glass harmonica Chapelle Marcus R. Bosch, LeitungMaria-elisabeth Lott, Violine The art of this Latvian violinist is always
    St. Moritz, Badrutt's Palace Hotel Orchestre Symphonique d'Aix-la-Chapelle
    Marcus R. Bosch, Leitung
    Vesselina Kasarova, Mezzosopran
    Werke von Mozart, Schumann und Rossini Der Weltstar und Snow and Symphony-Publikumsliebling mit Opern-Highlights von Rossini und Mozart, sensibel und ausdrucksstark begleitet vom aufstrebenden jungen Dirigenten Marcus R.Bosch. Eine Belcanto-Sternstunde! The world star and one of Snow and Symphony's favourites. Performing opera highlights of Rossini and Mozart, sensitively and expressively accompanied by the aspiring young conductor, Marcus R. Bosch. A great belcanto moment! CHF 80.- / 150.- / 200.- / 250.- Abendgarderobe
    Evening Dress Download Vorprogramm
    St. Moritz, Landgasthof Meierei Rafael Rosenfeld, Violoncello
    Werke von Bach und Thomas Demenga
    The world-class Swiss cellist and winner of the renowned Geneva music competition playing Bach's immortal suites and humorous pieces by the other world-class Swiss cellist. CHF 20.- / 40.- / 60.-

    19. Faculty
    former principal second violinist, Minnesota Orchestra Adele Addison, James Levine,elisabeth Parham, James Kenneth Goldsmith, Phyllis glass, Alice Schoenfeld
    Avramov, Krassimir (Mime): graduate, Bulgarian National Academy of Theatre and Arts; founder, first Bulgarian theatre for mime; winner, "Golden Orpheus Composer Award"; toured USA, Russia, Austria, Thailand, Eastern Europe as a mime; participation in TV shows and films; singing career with his soprano voice, toured internationally, broadcast on National TV, CD release of "Silent Voices". Bori, Francesca (Cello, Early Childhood): MT-BC, Certificate in Early Childhood Development, Santa Monica College; B.A. in Music with Certificate in Music Therapy, Cal State Long Beach; teachers include Norma Bori, Cesare Pascarella, Gabor Rejto, and Eleonore Schoenfeld; winner of numerous awards; former substitute with the Los Angeles Philharmonic; former Principal Cello, Debut Orchestra, Blomstedt Conductors' Institute, L.L.U.; Principal Cello, L.A. Doctors Symphony; member, AMTA, ASTA, L.A. Violoncello Society. Bosserman, Lonie

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