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- A concert is a live performance, usually of music, before an audience.
- A concert is designed by the music director, director of education and the PISD fine arts director using Texas fourth grade curriculum.
- Concert was designed and developed in Germany by the engineers at Siemens over a period of 15 years.
- The concert was first performed in Copenhagen on the 3rd April 1869, with Edmund Neupert as pianist and Holger Simon Pauli as conductor.
- In concert, the band was already in a league of its own and live performances from this era soon became the stuff of legend.
- Ma was a child prodigy, appearing on American television at the age of eight in a concert conducted by Leonard Bernstein.
- Michael Tilson Thomas, music director of the San Francisco Symphony, conducts the orchestra in a Carnegie Hall concert.
- An accomplished concert violinist, Myron Spaulding performed professionally for many years, including with the San Francisco Symphony.
- Igor Stravinsky and Maurice Ravel both conducted their own works as part of the inaugural concert on 18 October 1927.
- During the concert, composer J. Brendan Adamson will present his own works but also Bach's Die Kunst der Fuge, BWV 1080, Contrapuncti Nos.
- Chopin performed his own works in concert halls but most often in his salon for friends.
- In three years a concert was arranged for him, at which he played in chamber music with several other musicians of Hamburg.
- He was also resident at the Concertgebouw in a dedicated weekend of recital and chamber music as well as in concert with the Camerata Salzburg.
- Much of his piano music, chamber music, vocal music and orchestral music has entered the standard concert repertoire.
- A group of satellites working in concert thus is known as a satellite constellation.
- This concert is from 1980 and Doc is joined by his son, Merle Watson, on guitar and Michael Coleman on bass.
- Each piece includes chord symbols in concert pitch for use by piano or guitar.
- Music for the guitar and, frequently, the tenor voice is written on the treble clef, one octave higher than concert pitch.
- On February 26, 2008, it was reported that North Korean officials had invited Clapton to play a concert in the communist state.
- In 1976, Clapton was the centre of controversy and accusations of racism, when he spoke out against increasing immigration during a concert in Birmingham.
- This was really brought home to me the other day when I was listening to a live concert of Dylan, Clapton, Neil Young, and George Harrison.
- Menuhin made Lysy his first and only personal student, and the two toured extensively throughout the concert halls of Europe.
- In 1987, the Orchestra conducted a critically acclaimed[ citation needed] concert tour of Europe and the Soviet Union.
- Took the New York Philharmonic on a concert tour of Europe in 1930.
- He has conducted music seminars and concerts at some (30) universities and colleges when he is not playing a jazz festival, concert, or nightclub somewhere.
- Liszt performed on July 17 and July 20, 1842, at concerts in Liège and on July 24, 1842, at a concert in Brussels.
- UNK- The Concerts on the Platte Series presents the Sandhill Trio in concert on March 4 at 7:30 p.m.
- After hearing their demo tape, he offered them to open a show for Fear Factory at a concert held at the Whiskey A-Go-Go in Los Angeles.
- In his concert in Los Angeles he attacked everyone he had problems with in the past, which included Jay-Z and Roc-A-Fella.
- Preceding the concert, Mayer is also seen on Mulholland Dr playing his guitar with Los Angeles in the background.
- While performing his Concerto in F in concert with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in February 1937, Gershwin had a momentary mental lapse.
- Celebrating the opening of Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Los Angeles Philharmonic will perform music written for or about landmark buildings.
- His 1955 recording, Concert by the Sea, ranks among his very best work and has Eddie Calhoun on bass and Denzil Best on drums.
- In 1937, Parker played a concert that included Jo Jones on drums, who tossed a cymbal at Parker's feet in impatience with his playing.
- His neighbor is Rat Scabies, former drummer with the Damned, best noted for setting his drums on fire while still playing them at a live concert.
- Chris Slade from ACDC described the concert by saying “Bloodstock is a festival NO metalhead should miss“.
- Instead, the band finally completed the concert film The Song Remains The Same, and the soundtrack album of the film.
- In 1976 the band took a break from the road and began filming "fantasy" segments for the concert film entitled "The Song Remains The Same".
- One concert, performed in Detroit, was documented on a film called Show and on two albums, Show and Paris.
- In 1995 Ms. Streisand added to her Emmy Awards, winning two more for her performance in and work as producer of Barbra Streisand: The Concert.
- Streisand has said, "I hated it (Brooklyn) when I grew up, but now I realize that I draw strength from my roots." (October 17, 2006; concert in Toronto).
- In former times, she had taken part in a concert which Liszt as a boy had on December 1, 1822, given in Vienna.
- On December 8, 1962, Flatt and Scruggs appeared at Carnegie Hall; an album of the concert soon followed.
- In 1895-1896, Sieveking visited America on tour and performed a solo concert on December 8, 1896 at Carnegie Hall, New York City.
- His public debut in Vienna on December 1, 1822, at a concert at the "Landständischer Saal," was a great success.
- On December 18, 1908 Prokofiev made his public debut as a concert pianist at one of the "Evenings of Contemporary Music" concerts in St. Petersburg.
- The Purcell Room is a concert and performance venue which forms part of the Southbank Centre, one of central London 's leading cultural complexes.
- The Purcell Room is a concert and performance venue which forms part of the South Bank Centre, one of central London 's leading cultural complexes.
- MTV Unplugged in New York includes two songs which were not aired on the original television broadcast of the concert: "Something in the Way" and "Oh, Me".
- Alice in Chains resurfaced on April 10, 1996, to perform their first concert in three years for MTV Unplugged, a program featuring all-acoustic set lists.
- On 29 November of that year the Concert for George was held at the Royal Albert Hall, a tribute to George Harrison who had died a year earlier of cancer.
- A year later, on October 7, 1928, Bix played In A Mist as part of the concert presented by Paul Whiteman in Carnegie Hall.
- In July 2005 the band played at the Live 8 concert in Park Place (Ontario) and, in October of the same year, released their next album Rapture of the Deep.
- On November 25, 2003, Jay-Z held a concert at Madison Square Garden, which would later be the focus of his film Fade to Black.
- On October 9, 2006, Streisand performed a concert at the Madison Square Garden, featuring a skit that made fun of President George W. Bush.
- On 9 January 1997, Bowie played a concert at Madison Square Garden to celebrate his 50th birthday (although his birthday was the previous day).
- On July 2 2005, Bob Geldof, who organized the Live Aid concert, chose Philadelphia as the American host of the Live 8 concert.
- One of his final concert and recording projects in Philadelphia focused on the music of Robert Schumann.
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- Robeson paid tribute to both Feffer and Mikhoels during his concert in Tchaikovsky Hall, June 14, 1949.
- Robeson returned to perform a second concert at the Peace Arch in 1953.
- Robeson made his concert debut in 1925 with a highly successful program of Black music.
- The audience was treated to a concert of film music "classics" conducted by Constantin Bakaleinikoff.
- The concert will include music by Samuel Barber and Aaron Copland.
- The Congress of Berlin, a peace treaty to a comparatively minor war, included Turkey and Italy at the status of those mentioned in the Concert of Europe.
- Then followed a tour: Prague, Dresden, Leipzig and Berlin before leaving for a concert in Budapest.
- After a second concert in Leipzig on December 30, 1838, Thalberg travelled to Berlin, to give a series of concerts there.
- He spent a brief time in the army before returning to the violin in 1899, giving a concert with the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Arthur Nikisch.
- With the Berlin Philharmonic, Karajan gives a concert for the first time in the new Gewandhaus in Leipzig.
- Rattle subsequently programmed Asyla in his opening concert as Music Director of the Berlin Philharmonic in September 2002.
- On 11 August that year, the band brought the fatwah-threatened author Salman Rushdie on stage during a concert at Wembley Stadium, London.
- In July, the band performed twice at Wembley Stadium, at the Concert for Diana and at Live Earth concert, London.
- Chrissie Hynde appeared at Wembley Stadium on the 7 July 1984 providing back up vocals on the encores of Bob Dylan's sell out concert.
- The symphony later formed part of a concert in 1803, when Beethoven's oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives was first performed.
- The orchestra will open the concert with Mozart's Overture to his popular comic opera The Marriage of Figaro, and will follow this with the Symphony No.
- The Paducah Sun reported that the symphony announced Ponti as its conductor and artistic director Saturday night after its "Sacred and Sublime" concert.
- He first encountered American music lovers that April at a concert with the New York Philharmonic.
- The soloist for that concert was Joseph Schuster, solo cellist of the New York Philharmonic, who played Richard Strauss 's Don Quixote.
- Higgins) in a concert version with the New York Philharmonic," Nixon says.
- In March 1992, Clapton recorded a concert for MTV Unplugged that, when released on an album in August, became his biggest-selling record ever.
- Yet Dizzy persisted, presenting his music for Big Band now and again in specially assembled ensembles for a given tour, concert, or album.
- Irish singer Chris De Burgh has stated in concert that his song "Songbird" from his album The Road to Freedom was written in honor of Eva Cassidy.
- Jan & Dean, close friends with the band and opening act for them in concert in 1963 and 1964, encouraged Brian to use session musicians in the studio.
- In support of the album, the band played concert dates in major Canadian cities, then as an opening act for The Who on several US dates.
- In the early 1980s, she performed as the opening act for Willie Nelson while he was in concert.
- Another String Unofficial site for Nigel Kennedy with biography, concert schedule, discography, photos, interviews, articles, reviews and guestbook.
- Includes his biography, discography, videography, opera roles, concert schedule, pictures, media articles and reviews.
- Markov, Albert - Violinist, Composer, Conductor, Teacher - Biography, concert schedule, reviews, photographs, recordings, and contact information.
- Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes - Performs in Elmira and Corning: includes concert and ticket information, FAQ, information on educational programs.
- The New York Pops - Includes news, concert and ticket information, discography with audio samples and CD sales.
- Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - Concert schedule, volunteer opportunities, ticket information, recordings, and FAQs.
- Buzzcocks intended to play at this concert but were unable to recruit other musicians in time for the gig.
- After scouring all the downtown pawnshops open at the time, they were only able to find a Grafton, which Parker proceeded to use at the concert that night.
- Dizzy was 72 at the time of this concert which would put this recording at 1989, or so.
- On March 9, 1831, he attended a concert by the virtuoso violinist Paganini and became motivated to become the greatest pianist of his day.
- On April 20 1832, he attended a concert by the virtuoso violinist Paganini and became motivated to become the greatest pianist of his day.
- In Paris, he attended a concert by the virtuoso violinist Paganini and became motivated to become the greatest pianist of his time.
- According to this, at the concert on June 1, the works by Mendelssohn, Schubert, and Chopin were performed much against Liszt's wishes.
- This was followed by a concert, in December 1829, at the Warsaw Merchants' Club, where Chopin premièred his Piano Concerto No.
- Before performing a concert, Chopin used to lock himself away and play Bach's music.
- On 16 November 1848, despite frailty and a fever, Chopin gave his last concert, playing for Polish emigrés in the Guildhall in London.
- On February of 1848, Chopin played his last concert in Paris at the Pleyel salon.
- His last concert as principal trumpet of the LSO was in a performance of Elgar 's The Dream of Gerontius, conducted by Richard Hickox.
- When Berlioz gave a performance of King Lear in December, Paganini gave him great praise after the concert and they ended up developing a friendship.
- When Bull returned to Paris in May, 1835, he was allowed to play at the Opera, where only Paganini had previously received permission to give a solo concert.
- In September 1834, Paganini put an end to his concert career and returned to Genoa.
- Cameron, McNair and Carr also accompanied Donovan on several major concert tours and can be heard on his 1968 live album Donovan In Concert.
- Public persona characterized a new generation of virtuosi who made their way as soloists, epitomized in the concert tours of Paganini and Liszt.
- In 1839, Liszt embarked on a series of concert tours throughout Europe.
- He played a concert in Central Park with the New York Philharmonic, for an audience of about 60,000.
- July 21 - Diana Ross stages a free concert in Central Park in front of 800,000 people, enduring the severe weather but vows to return the next day.
- September 19 - Simon and Garfunkel perform The Concert in Central Park, a free concert in New York in front of approximately a half a million people.
- The band performed a free concert on September 24, 2003 on the Great Lawn of Central Park in New York, New York in front of a crowd of almost 100 000.
- On May 5, 2005 Tim & Audioslave played a free concert in front of 65,000 Cuban fans, becoming the first American rock band to play a concert within Cuba.
- On September 2, 2005, during a benefit concert for Hurricane Katrina relief on NBC, A Concert for Hurricane Relief, Kanye West was a featured speaker.
- In January of 2000, the band played a benefit concert for the organization, and passed out literature to the audience.
- His final project with the band was an obligatory appearance at a benefit concert at the London Palladium in December of 1968.
- J.A.C. Redford is an accomplished composer of concert, chamber and choral music, film and television scores, and music for the theater.
- Janice Giteck (1946, New York) is composer of music for concert, multi-media, dance and theater.
- He gave his first concert as a pianist at the age of fourteen and two years later began his studies as a conductor and composer.
- His parallel international career as a concert pianist began with a scholarship to the Juilliard Preparatory School of Music at the age of eight.
- Feeling a kinship with German culture and music, he soon emigrated to Germany, where he studied with Franz Liszt and began a career as a concert pianist.
- His mother, herself an accomplished pianist, also failed to teach Bix how to read music, and gave up the idea of her youngest son becoming a concert pianist.
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