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- The recitals were filmed in July 1986 and are supplemented by a documentary and interview footage with Wild.
- The recitals are temporarily being held in St. Philip's Cathedral, until the Town Hall organ opens again after restoration in 2006.
- Among the recitals were two “dialogue” cantatas featuring soprano Kendra Colton and bass Sumner Thompson, with a small complement of instruments.
- Kathakali recitals are generally long and while other dance forms are more emotive than narrative, Kathakali is both.
- The QEH has over 900 seats and the Purcell Room, a linked but smaller venue for recitals, has 370 seats.
- During this time, LA Opera will present six operas, one gala concert and three recitals for a total of 42 performances.
- Later, he sometimes gave recitals during chess tournaments, often accompanied by fellow Grandmaster and pianist Mark Taimanov.
- A frequent performer in solo and chamber recitals, Ms. Ostling has appeared locally with the Boston Symphony Chamber Players and the Boston Artists Ensemble.
- He plays chamber music regularly with other members of the San Francisco Symphony as well as giving solo recitals.
- Pianist-composer Noam Sivan, having performed piano recitals all over the world, came back to town and played beautifully a diverse and unusual program.
- Thereafter, Knardahl toured her homeland to great acclaim, giving recitals and appearing with the major orchestras.
- Unlike most other famous pianists of the time, Dohnányi did not limit himself to solo recitals and concerto solos, but also played chamber music.
- Vedrana performs in dozens of concerts a year, combining concerto appearances, solo recitals, chamber music collaborations, and orchestral performances.
- He also performed solo recitals and duo recitals with Hank Jones and others and continued composing.
- Ideal for teachers to use for recitals or special performances.
- The room is acclaimed for its excellent acoustics and intimate atmosphere, and is ideal for chamber music and solo recitals.
- 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.
- Britten was an accomplished pianist, frequently performing chamber music and accompanying lieder and song recitals.
- The founder and Managing Director of Hyperion Records was present at these recitals, and invited Howard to record for the label.
- While teaching in Chicago, he gained a strong local reputation by giving recitals.
- Their services include ushering at recitals, sponsoring shows and guest artists, and providing aid to worthy students.
- Rubinstein stayed in London during World War I, giving recitals and accompanying the violinist Eugène Ysaÿe.
- In 1969 he gave piano recitals in Berlin and Hamburg, and also appeared as an organist in London.
- Some jazz pianists sound best in trios, with their shortcomings appearing during solo recitals, like the series recorded at Maybeck Recital Hall.
- Since her debut at the prestigious Concert Society Series in Milan, Ms. Lisitsa has been re-engaged seven times for recitals and orchestral performances.
- Bohemia. Serkin gave joint recitals with Adolf Busch and made his U.S. debut (1933) with the Busch chamber players.
- However, his opera performances became less frequent as he increasingly devoted himself to concerts and recitals.
- He has played many recitals in the U.S., Canada and Europe and performed concerti with several orchestras.
- Wild gave three recitals there before a select audience and each was captured in its entirety on a non-professional set-up.
- Next week, Ivo Pogorelich will come to Israel for a series of recitals in Israel.
- Midori gave two recitals as part of each residency, and included concerto performances with affiliated university orchestras.
- Often, players may play other instruments (not necessary Chinese) and give recitals or talks.
- In addition, Seda teaches piano at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and regularly gives recitals and lecture concerts.
- Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet performs with orchestras worldwide, in addition to giving solo recitals.
- 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.
- Mark Padmore is a British tenor appearing in concerts, recitals, and opera.
- Some of the most popular voices of the time appeared on these discs, world-recognized singers who were professional devotees of opera and recitals.
- He divides his work equally between opera, song recitals and concert work, which means he rarely does more than three operas a year.
- Audience members wrote of going home limp after one of his recitals, knowing they had witnessed a force of nature.
- The Carmen's Church, the other venue, offers Chamber music and recitals.
- Childhood Chopin's birthplace at Żelazowa Wola, now venue to piano recitals.
- He began studying the piano at the age of six and spent most of his childhood mastering the instrument and performing concerts and recitals.
- He has performed as a soloist and given recitals regularly since the age of six.
- At ten years of age he gave public recitals of Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart.
- Grieg enrolled in the conservatory, concentrating on the piano, and enjoyed the numerous concerts and recitals given in Leipzig.
- Greek music will also be present next season, with tributes and recitals scheduled for the Dimitris Mitropoulos Hall.
- McRaye, who was giving recitals of French-Canadian dialect poems throughout Canada and the United States, was 20.
- An agile lyrical soprano, the singer established in Atlanta, Cheryl Boyd Waddell was dedicated to recitals throughout the United States.
- My daughter is a violin student of 7 years and she has played 3 or 4 of these pieces for recitals.
- Guest artists presented lecture recitals and performed works on these period instruments.
- All these works were dedicated to Jeanne Demessieux, who frequently performed Berveiller's compositions in her organ recitals.
- In the following two years, she toured with Giuseppe di Stefano in recitals of arias with piano accompaniment.
- With her sister, violinist Anahid Ajemian, she often performed in joint recitals and recordings.
- Despite receiving rapturous receptions at his recitals, Horowitz became increasingly unsure of his abilities as a pianist.
- 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 for recitals.
- Her international appearances include recitals in the Seoul Arts Center in South Korea and concerts in Russia, Italy, the United Kingdom, and Germany.
- 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.
- 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.
- Mr. Kamins is in demand for master classes, recitals and chamber performances throughout North America.
- 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.
- As a violinist, she often programmed new music in her recitals.
- His poems were set to music, discussed in the Israeli Knesset, and his recitals could fill sport stadiums.
- Now, she tours the country playing the music of Western composers, including premieres of American works, in solo recitals and with symphonies.
- The Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Purcell Room host regular recitals, dance performances and choral concerts.
- After more than four decades of performing operas, concerts and recitals, Alfredo Kraus keeps on singing.
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