David Polan, Pianist Active as a performer, composer, accompanist, and teacher, pianist david polan ismost known for his interpretation of Beethoven on both modern and historical http://www.hammerklavier.org/
Extractions: Active as a performer, composer, accompanist, and teacher, pianist David Polan is most known for his interpretation of Beethoven on both modern and historical instruments. Performance venues have notably included the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Basel, Switzerland) and the Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung (Berlin, Germany). He holds Master's degrees from Boston University in Historical Performance and Musicology, and is a former student of Blanche Abram Mark Kroll , and Malcolm Bilson
Actorsingers Damn Yankees (1997) Rehearsal Show pianist david Gidge. Stage Managers Joy Douville, LeeAnne Ouellette, Tara Prairie Lee, Kevin Olson, Emily Piehl, Stan polan, Katie Poulin, Judy Stone, Betty Thomson, http://www.actorsingers.org/s1997a.htm
Extractions: Damn Yankees 1997 [Damn Yankees 1979] [Past Shows] [Prev] [Next] Edmund M. Keefe Auditorium May 9-11, 1997 Words and Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Moss Book by George Abbott and Douglass Wallop Based on the novel by Douglass Wallop "The Year The Yankees Lost The Pennant" Presented in cooperation with: Music Theatre International 421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019 In Order of Appearance Joe Boyd Glen Grimard Meg Boyd Alene Bonner Mr. Applegate Al Lindquist Sister Cindy Knapton Doris Michele Bossie Joe Hardy John Gilboy Henry S. Bechard Sohovik Tom Hebert Smokey Ray DeRusha III Linville Denis Brunelle Van Buren Barry Bonner Rocky David Ducharme Gloria Thorpe Donna O'Bryant Lynch Kevin Guimond Welch Dan Pelletier Bryan Brian Schmitt Lola Tracy Smith Mickey Mitchell Fortier Miss Weston Barb Asketh Eddie Bobby Fonacier Commissioner Kevin Guimond Baseball Players Derek Levesque Josh Friedman Brian Schmitt Ensemble Carol Babel Tricia Baker Jan Bennicoff Taylor Bossie Rebecca Brunelle Judy Bruno Chuck Emmons Karen Goodno Karin Harvey Jenny Hassey Steven Sickles Gloria Smith The role of Joe Hardy - played by John Gilboy, and a Baseball Player - played by Derek Levesque, were inadvertantly omitted from the "Cast in Order of Appearance" on page 9 of this program. Mr. Gilboy appears following the role of Doris.
Actorsingers The Sound Of Music (1997) Jonathan Fisher, Paul Jette, david A. Kasok, Christopher Leblond, Paul Morell, Stanley polan, Dave Swart, david White Rehearsal pianist david Gidge. Technical Director Craig Brennan http://www.actorsingers.org/s1997b.htm
Extractions: The Sound Of Music 1997 [Sound of Music 1973] [Past Shows] [Prev] [Next] Elm Street Auditorium Music by Richard Rodgers Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II Book by Howard Linsay and Russel Crouse Suggested by "The Story of the Trapp Family Singers" THE SOUND OF MUSIC is presented through special arrangement with 229 West 28th Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY 10001 in order of appearance Maria Rainer Kathleen S. Meehan Mother Abbess Cherie Trenholme-Pihl Sister Berthe Kerry Schneider Sister Margaretta Anne S. Harvey Sister Sophia Susan Delorey Captain Georg Von Trapp Eric Robert Eastman Franz Robert Frasca Frau Schmidt Pamela Bruckman Liesl Von Trapp Raelyn Racicot Friedrich Von Trapp Jared Nathan Louisa Von Trapp Karen Goodno Kurt Von Trapp Jim Ierardi Brigitta Von Trapp Liz DeJulio Marta Von Trapp Tess Amodeo-Vickery Gretl Von Trapp Alexandra Socha Rolf Gruber Jeff Caron Elsa Schrader Ginny Bomil Max Detweiller Glen Grimard Herr Zeller Charles Emmons Baron Elberfield Dan Pelletier Baroness Elberfield Diane Galvin Admiral Von Schreiber Bob Foster Women's Ensemble (Nuns, Novices, Postulants, Party/Wedding guests, Festival Contestants and Goatherd Characters)
The Return Jack Woodley david Holt Catherine Siriol Jenkins Williamson Peter Penry Jones pianist Michael Haslam Produced Wincott Mrs Marker Linda polan Susan Tarlton Federay Holmes Willoughby http://freespace.virgin.net/bert.coules/return.htm
David Polan, Pianist - V I T A Active as a performer, composer, accompanist, and teacher, pianist david polan is most known for his interpretation of Beethoven on both modern and historical instruments. http://www.hammerklavier.org/vita.html
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BBC Radio 4, Tuesday, 02 September 1997 Tuesday, 02 September 1997 Daily bulletin of rural current affairs. Prayer for the Day With the Rev Dr david Lapsley. With Sue MacGregor and James Naughtie. 7.25, 8.25 Sport. 7.45 Thought for the Day, with Clive Lawton. The second of four programmes in which pianist david Owen Norris talks to guests about changing interpretations of With Barbara Flynn, Patrick Barlow and Linda polan. http://www.bbc.co.uk/schedules/1997/09/02/radio4.html
Untitled Concert pianist david Helfgott (played by Noah Taylor as a Theatrical Features (791.4375A), Dana polan's Jane Campion Weir) (791.4302 S), and david White and http://www.pwpl.org/media/australia.html
Video Collection: Film Noir G. Ulmer's lowbudget masterpiece finds a down-and-out pianist (Tom Neal Directedby david Miller Chandler on Screen His Novels into Film (791.43P); Dana polan. http://www.pwpl.org/collections/media/video/film-noir.html
Extractions: Film Noir: The Dark Side of the Screen The library's VHS collection offers a great selection of the hard-boiled crime movies known as "film noir." The seeds of film noir were sewn in the pulp novels of Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler and James M. Cain, and in gangster films like Little Caesar, The Public Enemy and Scarface. The genre blossomed after World War II, when patriotic spirit degenerated into disillusioned cynicism. Typical noir stories trap detectives and criminals in dense webs of intrigue, often spun by femmes fatales. Noir City is photographed at night in stark black and white, steeped in shadow and fog. Pioneering noir directors of the 1940s include John Huston, Edward Dmytryk, Fritz Lang, Robert Wise, Orson Welles, and Joseph H. Lewis. In the 1950s, Robert Aldrich and Stanley Kubrick perpetuated the genre. Actors who came to embody the noir style include Humphrey Bogart, Robert Mitchum, John Garfield, Robert Ryan, and Richard Widmark; Barbara Stanwyck, Jane Greer, Ann Savage, and Lana Turner embodied the femme fatale architype. Modern directors whose films pay homage to classic film noir include Martin Scorsese, Joel and Ethan Coen, James Foley, Stephen Frears, John Dahl, and Quentin Tarantino. American Cinema: Film Noir.
Pabst, G Close Up, 1, Winter 1996/7. (http//www.shu.ac.uk/services/lc/closeup/polan.htm).Kosc, Wojtec. Thompson, david. The pianist. Sight Sound, Feb 2003. http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/filmdirectors/Pabst-Pudovkin.htm
Extractions: Pabst, G.W. Atwell, Lee. Revolutionary Melodrama: Die Liebe Der Jeanne May in: G.W. Pabst. Twayne, 1977. http://www.mip.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/cine_doc_detail.pl/cine_img?21136?21136?1 Brooks, Louise. Pabst and Lulu. Summer 1965. http://www.mip.berkeley.edu/cgi-bin/cine_doc_detail.pl/cine_img?21178?21178?1 Carroll, Noel. Lang, Pabst and Sound. Cine-tracts , 2(1), Fall 1978. http://www.modjourn.brown.edu/Cinetracts/CT05.pdf Eisner, Lotte. With Pabst. , 36(4), Autumn 1967. Reproduced at a superb Louise Brooks site, Das Madchen Lulu. http://www.psykickgirl.com/lulu/frames2.html Horack, Jan-Christopher. Film history and film preservation: reconstructing the text of The Joyless Street (1925)" Screening the Past , 5, November 1998. http://www.latrobe.edu.au/screeningthepast/firstrelease/fir1298/jhfr5b.html Lesage, Julia. Innocence, Seduction, Ruin in Pandoras Box and Pretty Poison In: The Actress on Film. Film Centre of the Art Institute, Chicago, 1979. ( http://darkwing.uoregon.edu/%7Ejlesage/Juliafolder/PandorasBox.html Rayns, Tony. Retrospective: Pandoras Box. Monthly Film Bulletin
For Immediate Release Margot Parsonss dance will be a neoclassical tour-de-force ballet performed bythree professional dancers accompanied by pianist and composer david polan. http://www.bu.edu/cfa/news/press/feb dance release.htm
Extractions: NEWS January 17, 2003 Media contact: Elly Muller, 617-353-7293 firstname.lastname@example.org BOSTON UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS BOSTONThe Boston University College of Fine Arts announces a collaboration with the Universitys Dance Program to produce a dance performance entitled Aurora Borealis: A Festival of Light and Dance . The performance will take place on two nightsFebruary 21 and 22beginning at 8pm on the Boston University Theatre Mainstage. Aurora Borealis will combine the work of the Colleges lighting designers, choreographers and musicians with the work of dance faculty and students. The evenings program, which includes performances by guest artists from Bostons Dance Collective, will feature the work of choreographers Ramelle Adams, Judith Chaffee, Margot Parsons and Micki Taylor-Pinney as well as student choreographers Lauren Lampa and Gabrielle Orcha. A Boston University faculty member, Ramelle Adams will present a group work with student performers that involves the manipulation of a large piece of fabric. The fabric will create a set, both revealing and disguising the dancers. Margot Parsonss dance will be a neo-classical tour-de-force ballet performed by three professional dancers accompanied by pianist and composer David Polan.
Extractions: Los Angeles: P olish M usic C enter, University of Southern California Anniversaries in January 2002 Composers' Celebrations Awards Calendar ... Premieres POLISH MUSIC HIGHLIGHTS OF 2002 Anniversaries Special programs were held in Poland to commemorate Karol Szymanowski's 120th birthday and 65th death anniversary. A gala event took place at the Jagiellonian University on 21 October highlighted by the presentation of the 4th and final volume of the Complete Correspondence of Szymanowski, which has been a life-long commitment by author Teresa Chylinska, who had collected 5,061 letters from 1903-1937 in various languages. The last two volumes were published with financial assistance from the Kosciuszko Foundation. A major event was held in Jan Kiepura's home town honoring his birth centennial. Henry Vars' 100th birthday and 25th anniversary of his death was remembered with an article by Yours Truly in November on the internet and in News of Polonia. Bass Bernard Ladysz celebrated his 80th birthday with a gala performance at the National Opera Teatr Wielki with several of his peers who performed with him. The 100th anniversary of the premiere of Paderewski's opera, "Manru" by the Metropolitan Opera company in February 1902 went unnoticed.
Holocaust Movies Cast david Arquette, Daniel Benzali, david Chandler, Steve A scene from 'The pianist'Guy Ferrandis Focus Szpilman's war, and polan ski's, isn'ta matter of http://www.thirdreich.net/Holocaust_Movies.html
Extractions: Ever since Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List," the Holocaust in filmactually the Holocaust itselfhas never been the same. For decades it had been virtually a silent movieimages in our heads with no sound, a secret but unspoken language, even within the Holocaust survivor community. Everyone was awed by the moral implications of mass murder on such a grand scale. To speak of the Holocaust demanded great humility, which almost everyone exercisedartist and layman alike. But "Schindler's List" slowly domesticated and democratized what had once been forbidden. Suddenly the Holocaust was on everyone's mind, and a source of inspiration for every artist. Even the survivors themselves began to speak, their testimonies filmed for archival purposes. (Ironically, many of these films were funded by the proceeds from "Schindler's List," which spawned an intensive effort to collect survivor testimonies, a project that was distinct from Claude Lanzmann's earlier documentary, "Shoah," which combined both artistic and archival elements.) Everything about the Holocaust was now fair game in either educating the public or firing the imagination. The Italian comedy "Life Is Beautiful" and the commercial success of the Broadway musical "The Producers" were offspring of this fertile, if not impious, era. Now there are several new Holocaust films: Werner Herzog's "Invincible"; Tim Blake Nelson's "The Grey Zone"; Roman Polanski's "The Pianist"; and opening on Jan. 24 in New York and Los Angeles, Costa-Gavras's "Amen." Each represents a slightly new shift in the direction of the genre and the moral challenges that Holocaust narratives invariably represent.
Raykoff Article Part 2, Volume 2 Issue 1 Spring 2000 35. The portrayal of Sandra Kovak as a pianist is pure In the original 1936 novelby polan Banks, The Far 1941); A Million Years, lyrics by david Ormont (New http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/echo/Volume2-Issue1/raykoff/raykoff-article-part2.htm
Extractions: If "concertos are viewed , witnessed as well as heard," what does the beginning of Chaikovskys Concerto no. 1 in B-flat minor, op. 23, look like in performance? This work, described by its composer as "a duel rather than a duet," is probably the most popular piano concerto in the classical music repertoire. In the Allegro non troppo e molto maestoso which opens the first movement of the concerto, sight and sound combine to tell a "relationship story" of musical confrontation: tutti chords that punctuate the statement like affirming shouts. Meanwhile, the pianist waits. Small credits the soloist with "subversive energies" during a concertos orchestral exposition: "In the concert hall, the sight of the soloist, still and silent, sitting at the piano , waiting for the moment of entry, warns the audience of the potential for disturbance that exists behind the bland surface of the opening tutti . His or her absence of movement bring a rare visual element to the symphonic drama."