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PURCELL ROOM
THREE RECITALS
FELLOW GRANDMASTER
CHAMBER RECITALS
GIVING SOLO RECITALS
PIANO RECITALS
GIVING RECITALS
SOLO RECITALS
IDEAL
CLAIMS
PIANIST
PRESENT
CHICAGO
SERVICES
LONDON
SERIES
DEBUT
INCREASINGLY
CANADA
WILD
ISRAEL
PART
INSTRUMENTS
ADDITION
FRANCE
OPERA
KNOWING
VENUE
AGE
CONSERVATORY
SEASON
UNITED STATES
YEARS
WORKS
ARIAS
RECORDINGS
HOROWITZ
VIOLINIST
MYSPACE MUSIC PROFILE
RUSSIA
FORMER SOVIET UNION
NORTH AMERICA
CAREER
MUSIC
DANCE PERFORMANCES
ALFREDO KRAUS
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Definitions

  1. The recitals were filmed in July 1986 and are supplemented by a documentary and interview footage with Wild.
  2. The recitals are temporarily being held in St. Philip's Cathedral, until the Town Hall organ opens again after restoration in 2006.
  3. Among the recitals were two “dialogue” cantatas featuring soprano Kendra Colton and bass Sumner Thompson, with a small complement of instruments.
  4. Kathakali recitals are generally long and while other dance forms are more emotive than narrative, Kathakali is both.

Purcell Room

  1. The QEH has over 900 seats and the Purcell Room, a linked but smaller venue for recitals, has 370 seats.

Three Recitals

  1. During this time, LA Opera will present six operas, one gala concert and three recitals for a total of 42 performances.

Fellow Grandmaster

  1. Later, he sometimes gave recitals during chess tournaments, often accompanied by fellow Grandmaster and pianist Mark Taimanov.

Chamber Recitals

  1. A frequent performer in solo and chamber recitals, Ms. Ostling has appeared locally with the Boston Symphony Chamber Players and the Boston Artists Ensemble.

Giving Solo Recitals

  1. He plays chamber music regularly with other members of the San Francisco Symphony as well as giving solo recitals.

Piano Recitals

  1. Pianist-composer Noam Sivan, having performed piano recitals all over the world, came back to town and played beautifully a diverse and unusual program.

Giving Recitals

  1. Thereafter, Knardahl toured her homeland to great acclaim, giving recitals and appearing with the major orchestras.

Solo Recitals

  1. Unlike most other famous pianists of the time, Dohnányi did not limit himself to solo recitals and concerto solos, but also played chamber music.
  2. Vedrana performs in dozens of concerts a year, combining concerto appearances, solo recitals, chamber music collaborations, and orchestral performances.
  3. He also performed solo recitals and duo recitals with Hank Jones and others and continued composing.

Ideal

  1. Ideal for teachers to use for recitals or special performances.
  2. The room is acclaimed for its excellent acoustics and intimate atmosphere, and is ideal for chamber music and solo recitals.

Claims

  1. This claim must be read as if it contained its own express recitals plus the recitals of every claim or claims from which it depends.

Pianist

  1. Britten was an accomplished pianist, frequently performing chamber music and accompanying lieder and song recitals.

Present

  1. The founder and Managing Director of Hyperion Records was present at these recitals, and invited Howard to record for the label.

Chicago

  1. While teaching in Chicago, he gained a strong local reputation by giving recitals.

Services

  1. Their services include ushering at recitals, sponsoring shows and guest artists, and providing aid to worthy students.

London

  1. Rubinstein stayed in London during World War I, giving recitals and accompanying the violinist Eugène Ysaÿe.
  2. In 1969 he gave piano recitals in Berlin and Hamburg, and also appeared as an organist in London.

Series

  1. Some jazz pianists sound best in trios, with their shortcomings appearing during solo recitals, like the series recorded at Maybeck Recital Hall.

Debut

  1. Since her debut at the prestigious Concert Society Series in Milan, Ms. Lisitsa has been re-engaged seven times for recitals and orchestral performances.
  2. Bohemia. Serkin gave joint recitals with Adolf Busch and made his U.S. debut (1933) with the Busch chamber players.

Increasingly

  1. However, his opera performances became less frequent as he increasingly devoted himself to concerts and recitals.

Canada

  1. He has played many recitals in the U.S., Canada and Europe and performed concerti with several orchestras.

Wild

  1. Wild gave three recitals there before a select audience and each was captured in its entirety on a non-professional set-up.

Israel

  1. Next week, Ivo Pogorelich will come to Israel for a series of recitals in Israel.

Part

  1. Midori gave two recitals as part of each residency, and included concerto performances with affiliated university orchestras.

Instruments

  1. Often, players may play other instruments (not necessary Chinese) and give recitals or talks.

Addition

  1. In addition, Seda teaches piano at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and regularly gives recitals and lecture concerts.
  2. Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet performs with orchestras worldwide, in addition to giving solo recitals.

France

  1. Based in Paris, Vahan performs recitals extensively in France, and recently made his debut in Spain with Kurt Masur and the Orchestre National de France.

Opera

  1. Mark Padmore is a British tenor appearing in concerts, recitals, and opera.
  2. Some of the most popular voices of the time appeared on these discs, world-recognized singers who were professional devotees of opera and recitals.
  3. He divides his work equally between opera, song recitals and concert work, which means he rarely does more than three operas a year.

Knowing

  1. Audience members wrote of going home limp after one of his recitals, knowing they had witnessed a force of nature.

Venue

  1. The Carmen's Church, the other venue, offers Chamber music and recitals.
  2. Childhood Chopin's birthplace at Żelazowa Wola, now venue to piano recitals.

Age

  1. He began studying the piano at the age of six and spent most of his childhood mastering the instrument and performing concerts and recitals.
  2. He has performed as a soloist and given recitals regularly since the age of six.
  3. At ten years of age he gave public recitals of Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart.

Conservatory

  1. Grieg enrolled in the conservatory, concentrating on the piano, and enjoyed the numerous concerts and recitals given in Leipzig.

Season

  1. Greek music will also be present next season, with tributes and recitals scheduled for the Dimitris Mitropoulos Hall.

United States

  1. McRaye, who was giving recitals of French-Canadian dialect poems throughout Canada and the United States, was 20.
  2. An agile lyrical soprano, the singer established in Atlanta, Cheryl Boyd Waddell was dedicated to recitals throughout the United States.

Years

  1. My daughter is a violin student of 7 years and she has played 3 or 4 of these pieces for recitals.

Works

  1. Guest artists presented lecture recitals and performed works on these period instruments.
  2. All these works were dedicated to Jeanne Demessieux, who frequently performed Berveiller's compositions in her organ recitals.

Arias

  1. In the following two years, she toured with Giuseppe di Stefano in recitals of arias with piano accompaniment.

Recordings

  1. With her sister, violinist Anahid Ajemian, she often performed in joint recitals and recordings.

Horowitz

  1. Despite receiving rapturous receptions at his recitals, Horowitz became increasingly unsure of his abilities as a pianist.

Violinist

  1. Mr. Mann's son, Nicholas, a violinist and violist with whom Mr. Mann often plays duo recitals, is a founding member of the Mendelssohn String Quartet.

Myspace Music Profile

  1. MySpace Music profile for recitals.

Russia

  1. Her international appearances include recitals in the Seoul Arts Center in South Korea and concerts in Russia, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
  2. In 1990, after a 13 year absence, Ms. Yablonskaya returned to Russia for a sold-out concert, master classes and recitals at the Moscow Conservatory.

Former Soviet Union

  1. She appeared as a soloist with the Kiev, Odessa, and Chisinau Philharmonic orchestras, and also gave recitals in numerous cities of the former Soviet Union.

North America

  1. Mr. Kamins is in demand for master classes, recitals and chamber performances throughout North America.

Career

  1. Since then his career as a piano virtuoso has included many tours of the United States and Europe, playing with leading orchestras and giving recitals.

Music

  1. As a violinist, she often programmed new music in her recitals.
  2. His poems were set to music, discussed in the Israeli Knesset, and his recitals could fill sport stadiums.
  3. Now, she tours the country playing the music of Western composers, including premieres of American works, in solo recitals and with symphonies.

Dance Performances

  1. The Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Purcell Room host regular recitals, dance performances and choral concerts.

Alfredo Kraus

  1. After more than four decades of performing operas, concerts and recitals, Alfredo Kraus keeps on singing.

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