Robert Paterson's Links victoria paterson this is the amazing website of my awesome wife victoria. She is a violinist, and we have a violin http://www.robpaterson.com/RP_Pages/rplinks.html
Extractions: Clicking on each image or link will open up a website in a separate window. The American Music Center motto is "building a national community for new American music." They have a searchable database that allows you to search for music by American composers. They also administer various grants and awards and also hold workshops. I think this is one of the most helpful organizations for American composers. NewMusicBox : this award-winning online magazine put out by the American Music Center is one of the best publications ever written that is exclusively devoted to composers. This website contains excellent articles, interviews, audio files of new music, etc. I highly recommend visiting this website. As if NewMusicBox isn't great enough, the American Music Center also recently posted a new website called NewMusic Jukebox that "is the online library and listening room that provides immediate access to scores, streaming audio, and vital information about music by American composers." If you want to know what the wave of the future is in publishing new American music, this is it! SCI ( Society for Composers, Inc.
Extractions: As I write this, my wife Victoria is touring for four months with the musicians, cast and crew of the musical " My Fair Lady ." When she is not on tour, she is a free-lance violinist in central New York State. As you would expect, she drives all over, sometimes hundreds of miles at a time. The common term for this type of musician, at least among musicians, is the evocative phrase "Gig Pig." Freelance gigs are usually sporadic and inconsistent, and it definitely takes a special kind of musician to endure this lifestyle. Although freelancing is rough, it is Victorias drivingor not drivingthat made her decide to leave for four months to do this tour. A nyone living in central or upstate New York is all-familiar with a harsh, unspoken truth: the local cops are brutal when it comes to giving tickets. If you are in a hurry and not careful late at night after a gig and do a "California Roll" (i.e. not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign, usually a block away from your own home) and a cop is around, you will surely get a ticketeven if there are no other drivers or pedestrians for miles. I am certainly not advocating being unlawful, but compassion and understanding are presumably not in the New York State Policeman's handbook. Eventually, points off of Victorias license started adding up. One point here for not coming to a complete stop, another point there for driving eight miles over the speed limit while driving through a small town, again, early in the morning. Finally, she had wracked up enough of these little suckers to suspend her license. It was a lot of minor infractions that finally did her in, but in the end, those were all that were needed. I can see the small town newspaper headline now: "Local Police Triumph over Poor, Struggling Musician!"
Victoria Conservatory Of Music Rhythm 'n News May 2001 Music department presents D.M.A. recitals by Vin Shende, Rob paterson The Department of Music presents two D.M.A. recitals this week in Barnes Hall. Both concerts are free and open to the public. piece, "Braids " paterson drew inspiration from watching his wife, victoria, create elegant, masterful braids in will be performed by paterson and violinist Asmira WoodwardPage. http://www.vcm.bc.ca/newsjun.html
Extractions: Yamaha Scholarship At home for almost a year and a half now in our Pandora and Quadra location, the Victoria Conservatory of Music is looking forward to a new era with faculty, staff and board members engaged in strategic planning for the future and a new department head, Professor Burkhard Godhoff, arriving full of enthusiasm and fresh ideas for the Conservatory.
Cornell Chronicle Calendar10/9/97 Oct. 12, 3 p.m., Barnes Hall Guest violinist victoria paterson, assisted by pianist Peter Henderson, presents a program http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/97/10.9.97/calendar10-9.html
Extractions: Calendar of Events All items for the Chronicle Calendar should be submitted (typewritten, double spaced) by campus mail, U.S. mail or in person to Chronicle Calendar, Cornell News Service, Village Green, 840 Hanshaw Road. Notices should be sent to arrive 10 days prior to publication and should include the name and telephone number of a person who can be called if there are questions. Notices should also include the subheading of the calendar in which the item should appear. Cornell International Folk Dancers Sundays in the North Room of Willard Straight Hall. Teaching begins at 7:30 p.m., followed by open dancing from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Open to the public. For more information, contact David at 564-3613, e-mail email@example.com
Victoria Paterson's Biography victoria paterson is a violinist of great musicality and diversity. Sheis currently playing first violin with the Westchester Chamber http://www.victoriapaterson.com/vpbiography.html
Extractions: Victoria also has a wealth of experience in playing contemporary music. Most recently, she performed with a Brooklyn-based new music group, SEM. Victoria has performed in the June in Buffalo New Music Festival for two summers, and has played with the Cornell Contemporary Chamber Players and the Society for New Music. The Paterson Duo , a collaboration with her husband Robert Paterson, a composer and percussionist, plays many concerts nationally, with a focus on premiering new works for the violin and marimba. Victoria studied violin at the Eastman School of Music with Peter Salaff of the Cleveland Quartet while earning her Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy at the University of Rochester in 1993. She received a Master of Music Degree in Violin Performance from Indiana University in 1998. Victoria performs on a violin made by Jean-Baptiste Viullaume, Paris, France, circa 1860.
Musicians Listings hotmail.com Morelli, Dorina Melbourne, victoria phone 0416 Sydney NSW phone (02)9427 8553 violinist covering many composer PO Box 58, paterson NSW 2420 http://www.hurlmusic.com/musos1.htm
Extractions: strings/guitar/bass - brass/wind - drums/percussion - vocal - ... other strings/g uitar/bass Civitico, Danny Rhythm Guitarist Preston phone : 9484 3550 Rhythm Guitarist with 8 yrs experience with back up vocals ability. Influences the 60's and 70's Rock n Roll ala Beatles Stones etc....Back up vocals if required. Available for any type of wedding, function band.. e-mail = firstname.lastname@example.org Frater, Zoe Bass (electric) PO Box 12627 A'Beckett St Post Office Melb. VIC 8006 phone : 0415 644 703 Experienced bass player available for free-lance and regular work, night and day gigs/rehearsals OK. Experience in jazz, latin, funk and pop groups. Good sight-reading skills. Lebesis, John Session/Freelance Bass Player Melboure Victoria. phone : 0421-783-544 - I work as a freelancer both in and around Melbourne, specialising in 5-string fretted and fretless bass. Available for studio work/live work. Touring can be negotiated...Highly motivated and passionate about bass as an art form!
Music Department Recitals paterson drew inspiration from watching his wife, victoria, create elegant and marimba, Braids will be performed by paterson and violinist Asmira Woodward http://www.news.cornell.edu/Chronicle/00/3.30.00/music.html
Extractions: The Department of Music presents two D.M.A. recitals this week in Barnes Hall. Both concerts are free and open to the public. Vineet "Vin" Shende, who is in his fourth year of the doctoral program in composition, presents his recital Friday, March 31, at 8 p.m. Six works written during his tenure as a graduate student here at Cornell are featured on the program, beginning with his Sonata for solo cello, written for and performed by his friend and colleague, Paul Osterfield. Also on the program is "Talking Wires" for piano, dedicated to and performed by Xak Bjerken. The inspiration for the piece came from a book Shende was reading on the history of the telegraph. He was struck by the similarities between piano playing and telegraph operation. In both cases, a key is depressed, completing a connection to a wire, and, thus, information is dispersed. The rhythmic motives of "Talking Wires," a Native American term for the telegraph, are based on the Morse code of actual telegrams, with melodic material depicting emotional and psychological subtext. Other featured performers include Judith Kellock, singing Shende's "Struwwelpeter-lieder"; a choir of 21 singers performing "Gloria"; and two different instrumental quartets presenting one movement from String Quartet No. 2 and Fantasia on
Performers SUNDAY, March 2 Slide Hampton . William paterson University . Watchung ArtsCenter . 8pm Jazz guitarist violinist, with friends. victoria Warne . http://jsjbf.com/events.html
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Extractions: The Backyard Indexes: Stories Recipes Reviews Audio ... Story Index Tim Cox Samantha Donovan Anne Fitzgerald Anthony Frangi ... Chris Wisbey A Morning Show listener's history of Palestine/Israel ABC Tasmania celebrates 40 years of Beatles AFI predicts strong future An Intern's Journey, episode three. ... top of page Apple Harvest Auction action at Ranelagh Funding for landcare Genetically modified poppies ... top of page ABC Tasmania gives massage to fund raising cyclist Dead Abigails Perform Live Detonators in the Foyer Live at the Centre: Chain ... top of page Euthanasia plastic bag instructions could be on internet Speeding penalties in Tasmania not enough of a deterrant Tasmanian mums nervous at home for Commonwealth kids top of page Athol Guy at 63 Australia's most popular vet, Dr Harry Cooper Brian Cadd and Max Merritt Mamma Mia - It's Bjorn Again. ... top of page Broke and Alone, Joan Rivers in Australia. Shout! Coming soon to Tasmania. top of page From London to Murdunna: muso Malcolm Battersby moves to Tasmania Back to school.
Newspaper 1-7 Apr Douglas Powell (baritone), Tivador Naemez (Russian violinist), Mons. RM Burns, Vancouver,is at the victoria Hotel. Fraser Miss Thyall R. paterson HL Salmon W http://www.rootsweb.com/~canbc/1901vic_cen/news01apr.htm
Newspaper 15-21 Apr paterson AJ Wright RM Palmer Miss Roberts WG Tanner Miss M gowan, victoria. Led byBandmaster Finn, guest soloist Christian Hansen, Scandinavian violinist. http://www.rootsweb.com/~canbc/1901vic_cen/news15apr.htm
Library Subject Heading "p" pioneer days Parlow, Kathleen violinist, b 1890 d farrier, soldier, b 1909 paterson,Tom - blacksmith William - soap manufacturer, victoria, British Columbia http://www.smflibrary.ca/p.html
KIRKINTILLOCH WAR MEMORIAL PAGE 2 and who shared the name William paterson but am Mrs. Sarah Patterson, 56 HillsideAve., victoria BC. He was an accomplished violinist, and besides pursuing http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/7309/war-14.htm
Putney November 3 at 130 pm at the Royal victoria Yacht Club array of creative talents shedisplayed, Gunny played second violinist with the Gary paterson officiating http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/2704/oboct28.html
Extractions: ABRAMS AUSTEN Crowley . Ella was predeceased by her husband Charles, sister Blanch, brother Dan, and son-in-law Murray. Relatives and friends are invited to Prayers at McINNIS & HOLLOWAY'S "Park Memorial Chapel" (5008 Elbow Drive S.W.), today, October 28, 1997 at 7:00 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at St. Gerard's Catholic Church (8944 Elbow Drive S.W.) on Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 10:30 a.m. with the Rev. Alexander MacLennan, Celebrant. Graveside Service at Olds Cemetery on Wednesday, October 29, 1997 at 3:00 p.m. Special thanks to Dr. Verbeek and the wonderful caring nursing staff at Sarcee Auxiliary Hospital. In living memory of Ella Austen, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, "Park Memorial Chapel", 5008 ELBOW DRIVE S.W., CALGARY. Telephone: 403-243-8200. BERRY BUCKINGHAM CHETNER _ Mrs. Rose Chetner passed away peacefully at the Beverly Care Centre on October 26, 1997 at the age of 98 years. Rose was predeceased by her husband Israel in 1973, her son-in-law Al Viner, granddaughter Robin and her husband Allen Goldstein . She is survived by her daughters, Belle Viner of Calgary and Dorothy and her husband Sam Belzberg of Montreal. She is also survived by five grandchildren, Ian and Marsha Viner of Calgary, Lynn Viner of Montreal, Marilyn Belzberg of Montreal, Brian and Shirley Belzberg of Toronto, Allan and Lorinda Belzberg of Baltimore; as well as thirteen great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. The family wish to express their appreciation to the Beverly Care Centre for their special care to our "Mom" and very special thanks to Linda Sylvester. In lieu of flowers, memorial tributes may be made directly to the charity of the donor's choice. Graveside Services will be held at the Jewish Cemetery (30 Avenue and Erlton Street S.W.), today, October 28, 1997 at 2:00 p.m. with Interment to follow. Arrangements in care of the CHEVRA KADISHA of CALGARY, 1702 - 17 Avenue S.W. Telephone: 244-4717. Private shiva
Candlestick Maker After graduating form WIlliam paterson University where trumpeter Brian Sandstrom;violinist/guitarist/cornetist above, plus reedists victoria Alexander, Fred http://www.candlestickmaker.org/bios.html
Extractions: Jason Ajemian is a bassist who's been living in Chicago for a little over a year. After graduating form WIlliam Paterson University where he studied with Rufus Ried and Kevin Norton, Mr. Ajemian traveled for a few years before moving to Chicago. Presently, he has a large group called 'and who cares how long u sink' that he writes for with Tim Daisy, Dan Sylvester, Matt Bauder, Jason Adasiewicz, Klye Bruckman and Todd Margasak - a trio with Dave Rempis and Tim Daisy called 'Triage' - an electro-accoustic band 'lake effect'; as well as, playing and writing for many other situations with accomplished musicians in chicago and elsewhere. Aoki is founder and artistic director of the Chicago Asian American Jazz Festival, which debuted in October 1996 and had six straight successful seasons. Currently national in scope, the annual event is now known as "Asian American Jazz," and is held in several cities (San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles.) The 2002 Chicago celebration is scheduled for October 25-28, 2002.
Grip - Chapter 14 was at Jack the Ripper's Bay at Thule, paterson Inlet by then, and with a job, stayedon in victoria. Black (Mrs Prentice) a famous New Zealand violinist and a http://www.commercial.co.nz/~rakiura/books/Grip/grip1_5.htm
Jonathan Creek (an Episode Guide) Episode guide, including links to IMDb for the cast.Category Regional Europe Drama Series Jonathan Creek David Curchin , Rebecca Johnson victoria , Nigel Planer Shelford , Hilary Lyon Cleo paterson , Geoffrey McGivern former singer and violinist with Edwin http://epguides.com/JonathanCreek/guide.shtml
Number 12 November 1996 Jai Hay, Sophie Lucas, Bruce paterson, Odette Shadbolt $15,000 Doreen Cumming isa violinist with the recorder making techniques with Fred Morgan in victoria. http://www.arts.tas.gov.au/punew12.htm