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Extractions: PIANIST recordings repertoire contact An outstanding interpreter of J.S. Bach and contemporary composers, pianist Peter Vinogrades annual tours of the U.S., Canada, and Asia feature music of living composers. A regular performer on New York Citys St. Andrews Series, he recently returned from a tour of Southern China, playing Bach concerti with the Macao Chamber Orchestra . During the Copland Centennial, he presented lecture/recitals on the Passacaglia and Piano Fantasy. World premiere performances have included Nicolas Flagello's Concerto #3 (1962) with Nicholas Palmer and the Owensboro (KY) Symphony, Hal Campbells Piano Concerto (1997) in Utah, and Mark Zuckerman s On the Edges (1996) in Taiwan. Dr. Vinogrades numerous awards began with first prize in the 1971 J.S. Bach International Competition, followed by his New York debut at Carnegie Recital Hall and an N.E.A.-sponsored Lincoln Center recital at Alice Tully Hall. Frequently heard on National Public Radio, his National Gallery programs are aired on Performance Today, and he was featured on CBC-TV's the Journal. As a chamber musician, he has appeared as guest pianist at Wolftrap, Caramoor, and the Bard Music Festival.
Extractions: Peter Vinograde - Piano An outstanding interpreter of J.S. Bach and 20th century composers, pianist Peter Vinograde's annual tours of the U.S., Canada, and Asia feature music of living composers. A regular performer on New York City's St. Andrews Series, he recently returned from a seven-city recital tour of Taiwan and China and presented lecture/recitals on the Copland Passacaglia and Piano Fantasy in the fall of 2000 to commemorate the Copland Centennial. Recent world premiere performances have included Nicolas Flagello's Concerto #3 (1962) with Nicholas Palmer and the Owensboro (KY) Symphony, Hal Campbell's Piano Concerto (1997) in Utah, and Mark Zuckerman's On the Edges (1996) in Taiwan. Dr. Vinograde's numerous awards began with first prize in the 1971 J.S. Bach International Competition, followed by his New York debut at Carnegie Recital Hall and an N.E.A.-sponsored Lincoln Center recital at Alice Tully Hall. Frequently heard on National Public Radio, his National programs are aired on Performance Today, and he was featured on CBC-TV's the Journal. As a chamber musician, he had appeared as guest pianist at Wolftrap, Caramoor, and the Bard Music Festival. CD releases include a CBC recording of Canadian composers Michael Matthews and Alfred Fisher, an Albany recording of solo/chamber works of Nicolas Flagello, and Catalina recordings of the Concerto #3 and Bach's 7 Toccatas. A new release on Phoenix features works by Copland, Creston, and Mark Zuckerman.
Utah Music Festival - Peter Vinograde Reviews Erich Itor Kahn's Chaconne in Time of War (1943) 'was very moving and expertlyplayed by pianist peter vinograde ' (1999 Bard Schoenberg Festival) Le http://www.utahmusic.org/peter_v_reviews.htm
Extractions: Peter Vinograde - Reviews "It would be hard to imagine anyone nodding off during Vinograde's incendiary performances. It's not simply that the clarity of the textures, the focus of his gestures, and the searing precision of his articulation give every measure a distinctive profile. Beyond that, the punch of his rhythms (try the staggering toccata sections of the Zuckerman or the more extreme moments in the Copland Piano Fantasy) gives the music, even at itsthickest, a rugged sense of linear progress, and his imposing left hand gives the pulverizing sense of culmination. The results can be almost harrowing in their concentrated intensity, but they inevitably sweep you along. In sum, this is astounding pianism." Rabinowitz, Fanfare, 10/01 " Vinograde's more muscular, more incisive, and (when called for) faster playing makes for more excitement and strength and imparts more monumentality to the work. I find it thrilling, especially in Phoenix's spacious, high-impact sonics" (comparison of Copland Fantasy recordings). Lehman, American Record Guide, 10/01
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Extractions: The San Fransisco Bach Choir founded in 1936, the choir presents high-quality concerts from an early music perspective, drawing its membership from the Bay Area's large community of musicians. The San Fransisco Bach Choir To Enjoy upcoming Bach festivals... Oregon Bach Festival Conductor Helmuth Rilling leads two weeks of choral orchestral masterworks, chamber concerts, guest artist performances, educational programs, and family and social events. June 23 - July 9, 2000. Another enjoyable Festival is Victoria Bach Festival - offers a diverse repertoire of orchestral music, choral works and chamber concerts by baroque, classical, romantic and contemporary composers. July 31-August 5, 2000 Peter Vinograde is- concert pianist who specializes in performaces of works of JS Bach and 20th Century masterworks Peter Vinograde Finally Bach With Pluck - duo of lutenist/guitarist Jerry Willard and harpsichordist Elaine Comparone. A passion for Bach and a taste of jazz enliven all their concerts. Bach with Pluck The Bach Festival Choir and Orchestra join forces with guest soloists in an acoustically and visually ideal performing concerts that have inspired audiences for six decades.
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Extractions: PHOENIX PHCD 149 Three times three cheers for this brave enterprise. Though the name of Copland is one that will appear if you ask any average group of music lovers for a quick list of American composers he features here in unfamiliar guise. As for Creston he is no household name and Mark Zuckerman is a complete unknown. Elements of atonality skim through or propel most of this music. Let's take the Copland Fantasy first. This is one unbroken span of almost half an hour's duration. While fantasy form allows the composer more scope than strict sonata it is still an uphill task to sustain interest over such a reach. Copland's language is dodecaphonic - a road he set down first with his Piano Quartet (1950). Why such a step-change? Copland seems rather to have been driven into this line by his terror of repeating himself. When Schuman asked in 1951 for a major work for the Juilliard's 50th celebrations Copland set to with this work. A collegiate inspiration was the pianism of William Kapell and the two impetuses flowed together. In 1953 Kapell was killed in an air crash and the Fantasy is dedicated to his memory. This is a work of sharp and stony focus. Icy shudders and baritonal impact dominate. Jazzy convulsions and flooding collisions of glissandi steel and swagger their way across this uncompromising and unmisty landscape. As the notes say, this is no
Extractions: Denis Raisin Dadre E 8604 [67.34] [PGW] ; music to relax with and enjoy. Aaron COPLAND Lincoln Portrait, Quiet City, Outdoor Overture, Our Town suite Morton GOULD Latin American Symphonette Charlton Heston ( Lincoln Portrait ) Utah SO/Maurice Abravanel rec Dec 1961 (Copland); Dec 1962 (Gould), Salt Lake City
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Extractions: US pianist in spotlight By Xing Bao, Shanghai Star. 2000-08-25 US pianist Peter Vinograde has established himself as an outstanding interpreter of piano works of J S Bach and 20th century composers. Vinograde's numerous distinctions have included first prize in the J S Bach International Competition, East-West Artists' presentation of his New York debut at Carnegie Hall and a National Endowment for the Arts sponsored recital in Tully Hall at New York's Lincoln Centre featuring Bach's Goldberg Variations and 20th century American works for piano. Vinograde has been heard frequently on public radio. As a chamber musician, he has appeared as guest pianist with the North Country Chamber Players, the Canadian Chamber Ensemble and the St Luke's Players at Caramoor. His highlights of 1999 included the world premiere of Hal Campbell's "Piano Concerto (1997)" in Utah, the Rachmaninoff "Piano Concerto No 2" in Winnipeg and recitals in Toronto, Washington DC and at the Bard Music Festival. A member of the piano faculty at the Manhattan School of Music since 1981, Vinograde studied at the school with Zenon Fishbein and has so far released several CDs, including a CBC-sponsored recording of Canadian composers Michael Matthews and Alfred Fisher, with piano works of Rachmaninoff and Scriabin, an Albany recording of solo/chamber works of Nicolas Flagello and a live concert CD with the Rachmaninoff "Piano Concerto No 3" and Beethoven's "Waldstein Sonata." The New York Times praised him as: "instantly impressed as a pianist with a big technique, a lively mind and a passionate commitment to the music...an excellent recital."
Albany Records: Chamber Music Flagello's music doesn't have sensual allure.pianist peter vinograde plays with commanding authority, violinist Setsuko http://www.albanyrecords.com/cgi-bin/miva?Merchant2/merchant.mv+Screen=PROD&Stor
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Diabelli Variations -- 34 Pianists NY. 20. Pat Cestaro, pianist, Northport, NY. 21. peter vinograde, pianist,New York, NY. 22. Steven Kaplan, pianist, Long Beach, NY. 23. Isabel http://www.northportarts.org/diabelli.html
Extractions: Admission free. Reservations required. The Diabelli Variations This opus, that Alfred Brendel has described as, "The greatest of all piano works," might justifiably be considered an afterthought of Beethoven's. According to most accounts, in 1819 Anton Diabelli, a composer and prominent music publisher, sent a copy of a waltz theme he had just written to 50 composers, requesting that each of them write one variation on the theme for a composite set. He intended to publish this set and to use the profits from sales to benefit orphans and widows of the Napoleonic Wars, but he probably also wanted to promote his new publishing firm. Beethoven was one of the recipients of the theme, but he is said to have refused to participate in the project, referring to the waltz as a "cobbler's patch," or, by some accounts, "trash." The composite set was indeed published, but without a contribution from Beethoven. Nevertheless, the theme must have eventually grabbed his attention, because by 1820, in a letter to one Peter Joseph Simrock, of the Bonn publishing house, Beethoven refers to his work on the variations as, "grand variations on a German waltz." Martin Cooper, in his book entitled
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Extractions: Theme: Joe Patrych Mr. Patrych was educated at the Aaron Copland School of Music where he studied music theory, history, analysis and performance. He has performed as a pianist, conductor and choral singer, and has adjudicated several music competitions, most recently the Degrado Memorial Competition for the past 3 years. From 1980 to 1993 he was Classical Music Director at WFUV-FM, and also the co-producer and co-host of Concert Grande, a radio program devoted to the piano that aired for 17 years. Mr. Patrych has designed and built studios for Harvard University, The University of Missouri at Kansas City, The Edison National Historical Site, and The International Piano Archives at Maryland, as well as many private studios. He is a member of The Association of Recorded Sound Collections, where he is on the Technical Committee. BTW, Mr. Patrych has made CD's with 8 other pianists that are playing this evening. Jane Leslie Jane Leslie is a pianist, composer, and teacher. Her compositions have been honored with six ASCAP Awards and Meet the Composer grants. Her unique piano recitals include her own piano music, as well as classical piano solos. She has recorded two albums of her original piano solos. Her first album, "Dreamsongs" has been featured in radio broadcasts in the U.S. and abroad, and on the Internet. Her upcoming album, "The Gentle Piano," is planned for release in the near future. Her compositions include many piano solos and duets, as well as music for strings, woodwinds, and voice. Jane Leslie is currently a member of the music faculty at Nassau Community College. She holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in piano from the Juilliard School, as well as the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Manhattan School of Music.
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Michael Matthews - Biography of Piano Woman); Of Time and Sky (recorded by peter vinograde on Two 1993, ScatteredMirrors commissioned by pianist Shirley Sawatzky for a 1993 tour of http://www.michaelmatthews.net/bio.htm
Extractions: Symphony No. 1 was released on TNC Records; Virko Baley conducted the Kiev Camerata Orchestra. Recent performances have included Landscape and Lorca Sketches (Ana Simic and the Belgrade Chamber Orchestra) String Quartet No. 1 (the Cuarteto Latinoamericano on the Winnipeg Symphony New Music Festival), the Saskatoon premier of Between the Wings of the Earth (Earl Stafford and the Saskatoon Symphony), the Russian premier of Postlude by Sergei Golubkov, Montreal premiers of Miniatures (the Molinari Quartet) and Between the Wings of the Earth (Wanda Kaluzny and the Montreal Chamber Orchestra), and the Ukrainian premier of by Paul Marleyn. Recent world premiers have been given by the Saskatoon Symphony of Prelude to Macbeth , by the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra of Symphony No. 2 ; by Alejandro Escuer of Vertical Garden , by Ensemble Resonance of expecting/the sun ; by the Molinari Quartet of Miniatures ; and by Gordon Campbell, soloist Jorge Suarez and the Jalisco Philharmonic Orchestra of
Michael Matthews: Of Time And Sky Recordings Recorded by peter vinograde on Two Canadian Masterworks for Piano It wascommissioned by the Danish pianist Poul Rosenbaum with financial assistance http://www.michaelmatthews.net/work_details/of_time_and_sky.html
Extractions: Duration: Instrumentation: Piano Availability: From the composer. See order page Recordings: Recorded by Peter Vinograde on Two Canadian Masterworks for Piano Score Excerpts: Sound Samples: Program Notes Reviews "Though of a modern idiom, there's nothing cloudy or abstract about Winnipeg composer Michael Matthews' Of Time and Sky . It's an absorbing 20-minute work, whose elements of colour, harmony and direction are both animated from within and deeply expressive, with a well-balanced formal framework that makes it very satisfying to take on." View entire article. home news bio ... links
The Salt Lake Tribune -- COMING UP: MUSIC founders flutist Alison Griffiths and cellist Eric Samuels will perform music ofBeethoven, Reinecke, Barber and Chopin with pianist peter vinograde tonight at http://www.sltrib.com/2002/jul/07212002/Arts/755072.htm
Extractions: Performers are flutist Laurel Ann Maurer, harpist Louise Vickerman, cellist Mark Kosower, violinist Arturo Delmoni, violist Leslie Harlow and clarinetist Russell Harlow. Selections include Ravel's Introduction and Allegro, Mozart's Flute Quartet in A Major and the Levy Trio for Flute, Viola and Cello.
The Salt Lake Tribune -- COMING UP: MUSIC Eric Ludwig, oboist Geralyn Giovannetti, clarinetist David Randall, hornist ClaireEdwards Grover, flutist Alison Griffiths and pianist peter vinograde. http://www.sltrib.com/2002/jul/07142002/Arts/753203.htm
Extractions: Music Fest: The Utah Music Festival continues with a performance featuring woodwind quintets, tonight at 6:30 on the terrace of Sai-Sommet Restaurant at the Deer Valley Club. Featured artists are bassoonist Eric Ludwig, oboist Geralyn Giovannetti, clarinetist David Randall, hornist Claire Edwards Grover, flutist Alison Griffiths and pianist Peter Vinograde. Next weekend's concerts feature Vinograde with violinist Linda Wang and cellist Eric Samuels in music of Beethoven, Brahms and Ravel. Performances are Friday at 8 p.m. at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 4595 N. Silver Spring Drive, Park City; Saturday at All Saints Episcopal Church, 1710 S. Foothill Drive, Salt Lake City; and July 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Sai-Sommet. Music in the Mountains: The Park City International Music Festival commences tonight at 8 with a concert at Park City Community Church, intersection of Bear Hollow Drive and Highway 224 near The Canyons resort. Cellist Evan Drachman, violinist Philippe Djokic, pianist Doris Stevenson and violist Leslie Harlow will perform the Brahms Piano Trio, the Strauss Violin and Piano Sonata and the Beethoven String Trio Opus 3.