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1. NAFA Commuter Series: Lefohn/Goh - 14 May 2001 - INKPOT
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A Selection of Reviews: Quartets and the like
[an error occurred while processing this directive] NAFA Commuter Series
14 May 2001, Monday
NAFA Recital Hall, NAFA (Middle Campus) Programme: Fritz KREISLER
Variations on a Theme by Corelli
Joseph ACHRON (arr. Heifetz)
Hebrew Melody,
Op.33 Edvard GRIEG
Sonata for Violin and Piano, Op.45 George GERSHWIN (arr. Heifetz)
My Man's Gone Now It Ain't Necessarily So
from Porgy and Bess Performers: Kevin LEFOHN violin
Sutini GOH piano NOISE RATING INDEX: ((Only noise was the Cafarme air freshener sneezing every 15 minutes.) The Noise Rating Index is a partially-objective measurement of pager and handphone blasts, 9pm and 10pm watch beeps, coughing-during-the-pianissimo-bits, intra-audience conversation and other mind-bogglingly inept noises emitted in the concert hall during actual performance of music. It is measured on a scale of to 5, in increasing annoyance. by Benjamin Chee Not too long ago, we were bemoaning a conspicuous lack of classical chamber performances in Singapore. The Singapore Symphony Orchestra's efforts in this respect - interspersing three chamber concerts over a full season - is a laudatory step, albeit their focus still remains with orchestral repertoire.

2. Biographical Sketch
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Biographical Sketch
D r. Allen S. Lefohn, President and Founder of , received his Ph.D. in physical chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. In the spring, summer, and fall, he both runs and cycles. In the winter and spring, he is an avid skier - both alpine and cross country. When time permits, he is active on the amateur radio frequency (ham) bands with the call letters KA7M. Over the past 34 years, Dr. Lefohn's research has involved the development of adjustment procedure (i.e., rollback) models for assessing alternative scenarios for the United States and Canadian air pollution rulemaking processes; the evaluation and assessment of ambient air quality standards, reference levels, and critical levels for several national and international governments; the analysis of air quality data for developing exposure-response mathematical relationships for assessing the effects of air pollutants on vegetation; the development of exposure/dose-response relationships describing the effects of ozone and sulfur dioxide on vegetation; the evaluation of the statistical methodology associated with epidemiological studies relating air pollution to human health effects; the evaluation of alternative forms and levels of human-health standards; the characterization of European and North American air quality and wet deposition data for the purpose of assessing possible reasons for forest decline; the development of field surveys to assess the effects of sulfur dioxide on agricultural crops; and the analysis of acidic deposition wetfall and effects data to better assess the potential for biological effects.

3. HollenbackNetWiki - Oregon Trip
We went to Eugene, Oregon in Februa.y a.d took exa.tly two pictures. La.e. Our good friend (a.d very ta.ented violinist) kevin lefohn wa. performing a. the University of Oregon.
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Oregon Trip
We went to Eugene, Oregon in February and took exactly two pictures. Lame. Still, in the interest of completeness, here they are: Me and Renee:
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4. Biography Kevin A. Lefohn, Violinist
kevin a. lefohn, violinist Mr. lefohn is the Willia. Eva.s Executa.t Lecturer in Violin a.d Viola.a. the University of Ota.o in Dunedin, New Zea.a.d. His performa.ce a.d tea.hing ha.e

5. Past Performance Events In 2002
violinist kevin a. lefohn, formerly from Helena. returns to perform a. the Myrna.oy Center with cha.ber music duo pa.tner Terence Dennis (New Zea.a.d
Past Performance Events
at the Myrna Loy
JANUARY An Evening of Chamber Music for Violin and Piano
Kevin A. Lefohn, violin
Terence Dennis, piano
Sunday, January 13, 7:30 p.m.
Myrna Loy Center
Violinist Kevin A. Lefohn, formerly from Helena, returns to perform at the Myrna Loy Center with chamber music duo partner pianist Terence Dennis (New Zealand). Assistant Professor Lefohn and Associate Professor Dennis, are both in residence at the University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Come and enjoy a unique program of musical works illuminated by the vibrant romanticism and classic elegance of these fine artists. Experience a program of works by Achron, Dvorak, Mozart, Ravel, Turina, and New Zealand composer Douglas Lilburn. The complete program is available for your review, as well as a program note
Terence Dennis, long [recognized as] the country's finest chamber music pianist...
-Evening Post, Wellington, New Zealand

6. Kevin A. Lefohn, Violinist
© kevin A. lefohn, 20022003. All rights reserved.

7. Program Note
Mr. kevin A. lefohn (USA) Mr sole Sonata for Violin and Piano was written in 1950and given its first performance that same year by violinist Ruth Pearl and
An Evening of Chamber Music for Violin and Piano
Program Note
With visiting musicians
Mr. Kevin A. Lefohn (USA)
Mr. Terence Dennis (New Zealand)
Sunday, January 13, 2002
7:30 PM
Myrna Loy Center Mozart's Sonata in E minor, K.304 was one of two sonatas for violin and piano written in Paris during the summer of 1778. The choice of key is an unusual one for Mozart, and this compact two-movement work is one of a singularly tense eloquence, wherein the urgency of the sonata's first movement is contrasted by a stylized menuet of particular beauty.
Douglas Lilburn's sole Sonata for Violin and Piano was written in 1950 and given its first performance that same year by violinist Ruth Pearl and pianist Frederick Page. The sonata evolves in one continuous movement, from the B minor gravity of the initial molto moderato through the highly energised allegro that carries most of the work's musical argument. The work's highly-charged drama is finally assuaged in a moving coda built around the initial moderato material. Today's performance is a tribute to the father-figure of New Zealand composers in this year of his death.
Dvorak's Romance in F minor has long been a concert favorite, with its haunting Slavonic melancholy and instrumental richness. The work however, was originally conceived as the slow movement of a String Quartet in F minor, from 1873, which the composer never heard performed in his lifetime. In 1877 he revisited this andantino, recasting it in its present form for violin and piano, and later expanding its palette still further, as a work for violin and orchestra.

8. The Salt Lake Tribune -- COMING UP: MUSIC
Admission is free. Call (801) 2403323. On Friday, American violinist KevinA. lefohn and pianist Terence Dennis perform Mozart's Sonata in E minor.
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, January 27, 2002
Compiled by Hilary Groutage Smith
Chamber Cello: David Ying, cellist of the Ying Quartet, joins pianist Elinor Freer in a performance tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Jewett Center for Performing Arts on the campus of Westminster College, 1250 E. 1700 South. Tickets are $10; $5 students and seniors; free for Westminster students. Call (801) 832-2119.
Quintessential Quartet: The Abramyan String Quartet performs Beethoven's "Razumovsky" string quartet tonight at 7:30 p.m. in Libby Gardner Concert Hall, 1375 E. Presidents Circle, on the University of Utah campus. Tickets are $15, free for students. Call (801) 581-7100.
Snow Kidding: Eight performing arts groups from Snow College perform a concert Tuesday at Abravanel Hall, 123 S. West Temple, at 8 p.m. Admission is free. Call (888) 451-2787.
Composer's Concert: The Composer's Guild annual concert featuring new music by Utah-area composers is set for Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Wasatch Presbyterian Church, 1626 S. 1700 East. Best of Contest winners Karrol Corey and Rebecca Martin will be joined by many other composers at the performance. Admission is free. Call (801) 451-2275.
Weber State Winds: The WSU Wind Ensemble performs Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in the Austad Auditorium on the campus of Weber State University in Ogden. Tickets are $4.50; $3.50 for students. Call (801) 626-6443.

9. The Salt Lake Tribune -- UTAH MARQUEE: MUSIC
St. George; tonight, 8 pm; $7. kevin lefohn and Terence Dennis violinistand pianist; Temple Square; tonight, 730 pm; free. BYU
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, February 1, 2002
"A Little Night Music"
Capitol Theater, 50 West 200 South; tonight, 7:30 p.m., Sunday, 2 p.m., Cultural Olympiad performance Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.; $12 to $61, 355-ARTS.
Utah Symphony
"Bugs Bunny Bonanza" with Leo Marchildon; Abravanel Hall, 123 W. South Temple; tonight and Saturday; 8 p.m.; $22 to 41, 355-ARTS.
Gerald Elias
violinist; Browning Building, Dunford Auditorium, Dixie State College, St. George; tonight, 8 p.m.; $7.
Kevin LeFohn and Terence Dennis
violinist and pianist; Temple Square; tonight, 7:30 p.m.; free.
BYU Faculty Chamber Players quintet; Madsen Recital Hall, Brigham Young University, Provo; tonight, 7:30 p.m.; free. Ed Stevens and Rob Honey Celtic/jazz and country; Read Leaf Bookstore, 164 S. Main, Springville; tonight, 7:30 p.m.; free. Greg Owen organist; Salt Lake Organ Club at Piano Gallery, 5478 S. Green Street; tonight, 7:30 p.m.; free. Metropolitan Opera Auditions Utah finals; Assembly Hall, Temple Square; Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; free, age 8 and older welcome.

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11. Temple Square Concerts For February And The 2002 Winter Olympics
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Temple Square Concerts for February and the 2002 Winter Olympics A stunning galaxy of dozens of distinguished concert artists will perform at a total of 46 morning, afternoon, and evening concerts during 23 days of seemingly non-stop concertizing at Temple Square helping to celebrate the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics. Scheduled for Olympic visitors will be seventeen 10:00 a.m. concerts, seventeen 4:00 p.m. concerts, and twelve 7:30 p.m. concerts, all of which will be in the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. In harmony with standard concert protocol, children under eight years of age are encouraged to visit other venues rather than attend concerts. Concert artists to perform include pianists, violinists, vocalists, choral groups, chamber musicians, and an Army Band.

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