The Sloan-Bertram Family Zone DAUGHTER aisslinn nosky. Is a freelance musician in Toronto, Ontario. aisslinn, an accomplished violinist, has attended http://www.island.net/~msloan/family.htm
Extractions: Family visitors, please go to bertramsloan.myfamily.com to add and share news, photos, and family tree information to our private family web-site... Live in Sidney, BC Peter is a mechanical engineer, computer consultant, and proprietor of HatTrick Contracting Ltd. Sharon is the business manager at Unity Business Machines in Victoria They have 3 daughters: Bryanne Amanda Megan Lives in Calgary, Alberta Aaron is a Communications graduate and currently a Sales Representative with Quorum Information Systems Lives in Kelowna, BC Joanne Is a freelance musician in Toronto, Ontario Aisslinn , an accomplished violinist, has attended Toronto's Royal Conservatory of Music since age 14 as a student of master teacher and violinist Lorand Fenyves She was also a founding member of the Metro String Quartet , one of Canada's most talented and notorious young classical groups Aisslinn has graduated from the Glenn Gould Professional School and is now one of the most sought-after freelance musicians in Toronto. Powered by Web Designs
I FURIOSI - Biographies aisslinn nosky , a native of Nanaimo, B.C. violinist Julia Wedman studied at the University of Western Ontario, Indiana University at Bloomington and the http://www.ifuriosi.com/bio.htm
Extractions: email@example.com Baroque cellist Felix Deak attended the University of Toronto under Christina Mahler and Shauna Rolston. As a founding member of I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble, Felix showcases his Baroque career whilst continuing to work as a freelance musician with orchestras and chamber ensembles, including Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra and Arbor Oak Trio. In the summer of 2002, he will return to The Netherlands to tour with Musica ad Rhenum in a programme of early Mozart operas. Felix has recently joined the Toronto-based Celtic band, Spiritwind. firstname.lastname@example.org Soprano Gabrielle McLaughlin attended McGill University in the Early Music Performance programme under Allen Fast and Valerie Kinslow. In Montreal, she worked as a member of Concerto della Donnae as well as Cappella Antica. She currently lives in Toronto with her two daughters where she has studied under Ann Monoyios and has been a member of the Tafelmusik Chamber Choir. Gabrielle has performed in England and abroad where her voice has been praised by Emma Kirkby and Nigel Rogers. Ensembles she has worked with include Les Violons du Roy, Arcady and the Sacred Music Society. Gabrielle performs as a soloist in Toronto with I FURIOSI Baroque Ensemble, as well as with Arbor Oak. To the people who ask the most-frequently-asked-question (How do you get such a huge voice out of such a small body?) she says: I studied the constructs of the
Extractions: Andrea Bertram Studio Fee Schedule Where We Are Register HERE! ... Studio News [ About Andrea ] Andrea Bertram draws on an extensive music background with more than ten years of experience in the training and development of professional musicians. Andrea's teaching philosophy is based on holistic discovery of one's individual singing potential. Actively involved with the Nanaimo Conservatory of Music (formerly the Central Vancouver Island Community Music School) and the Upper Island Musical Festival for more than fifteen years. Worked closely with educators on a gifted-child development program and has certification in Classroom Skills; Behaviour Management; Music, Movement and Motion; and Learning Assistance. Mother of professional Toronto freelance violinist Aisslinn Nosky Audited and participated in the BC Festival of the Arts for twelve years. Has an eclectic background in solo performance and, with her husband Michael Sloan , were part of the contemporary music ministry team at St. Andrew's United Church. They also perform Celtic folk music as the duo Co-Chordach Along with her teaching and performance schedule, Andrea is in the process of pursuing her Master of Arts in Music Performance Psychology.
Glenn Gould Studio February 2001 Schedule Julia Wedman, violin; aisslinn nosky, violin; Scott McCormick, viola; Carina Reeves, cello The TLCA is pleased to present Toronto violinist Peter Seminovs. A graduate of the http://glenngouldstudio.cbc.ca/0102.html
Aisslinn Nosky - Contact Information aisslinn nosky violinist. Classically trained, not classicallytamed. From Baroque to jazz and everything in between, aisslinn http://www.aisslinn.com/contact.htm
The Seiler Strings Chamber Orchestra forces with violinists Scott St. John and aisslinn nosky and violist Max Mandell to perform music by Based in Germany, violinist Elissa Lee presents Mozart's greatest Violin Sonata, http://www.mayumiseiler.com/orchestra/orch.html
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Extractions: Andrei Bielov, violin; Marko Martin, piano Estonian Marko Martin, Laureate of Honens International Piano Competition, and Ukrainian Andrei Bielov, Laureate of the Hannover International Violin Competition, come to Toronto for their first joint recital since touring Germany last spring. Works by Bach, Beethoven, Pärt, Prokofiev and Schnittke. Admission: $28, $21 students Sunday, September 23 7:30 p.m. Magical Arts Festival Gala North America's most astonishing conjuring artists gather together on stage for an unprecedented evening of cutting edge magic and mystery. Join us for an incredible night of magical surprises suitable for audiences (and "muggles") of all ages! This is the opening celebration of this year's Magical Arts Festival. See
Early_music_new Guest performers include violinist/Cape Breton fiddler/former member of are GabrielleMcLaughlin, soprano; Julia Wedman aisslinn nosky, violins; Kathleen http://www.thewholenote.com/wholenote_nov_01/early_music.html
Extractions: by Frank Nakashima T he Toronto Consort , Canada's leading ensemble specializing in the music of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, opens its 29th season (count 'em!) with Mariners and Milkmaids ("Murderers and Milkmaids" in their brochure!). The program (November 9 and 10) consists of rollicking renaissance ballads, lutesongs, madrigals, and country dances, drawn from musical portraits of the many characters to be found in Shakespeare's England. Guest performers include violinist/Cape Breton fiddler/former member of Tafelmusik /Erwin Bodky Award winner ( Tafelmusik director Jeanne Lamon was a Bodky winner too!) David Greenberg. Also participating in the concert is the eclectic percussio-nist (who plays "experimental," folk, early and traditional music) Ben Grossman, and singer/gambist Katherine Hill who has performed with the Aradia Ensemble, Tafelmusik Chamber Choir, The King's Noyse, and Sine Nomine. M usical selections will feature everything from a 17th- century army recruiting song to a musical description of falconing, a popular Elizabethan sport still practised today; from the well-known "Cries of London" and the original "Greensleeves", to a song about the archetypal Tom o' Bedlam.