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Laura sings "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess
Laura sings "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess Laura Workman McMurtrey sings the classical version of "Summertime" from George Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess."
Vivaldi - Double Cello Concerto in G Minor RV531 - Mov. 1/3
Vivaldi - Double Cello Concerto in G Minor RV531 - Mov. 1/3 ANTONIO VIVALDI (1678-1741) Concerto for two cellos, strings, and basso continuo in G minor RV531 1. Allegro Performed by the King's Consort Featuring Jonathon Cohen and Sarah McMahon, cellos Conducted by Robert King
"Rhapsody in Blue" ~ Performed by Richard Dowling ~ Part 1 of 2
"Rhapsody in Blue" ~ Performed by Richard Dowling ~ Part 1 of 2 www.richard-dowling.com http RICHARD DOWLING appears regularly across the United States in solo recitals and concerts with orchestras. This appearance was an exclusive solo concert in Kansas City, Missouri. It was one of a series of concerts sponsored by Kansas City Ragtime Revelry. Mr. Dowling is a competition veteran and frequent prizewinner, he has won first place in the San Antonio International Keyboard Competition, the Louise D. McMahon International Music Competition (OK), the Oklahoma Symphony Concerto Competition, the Shreveport (LA) Symphony/Wideman Concerto Competition, the Midland/Odessa (TX) National Young Artist Audition, the Brazos Valley (TX) Symphony Young Artists Competition, and the Houston Tuesday Musical Club Competition among others, and was declared the National Winner of the prestigious Music Teachers National Association Collegiate Artist Competition. While studying at Yale University, Dowling was honored with the Lockwood Award for performing the best recital and the Simonds Award for outstanding solo and ensemble playing. He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in piano performance from The University of Texas and has held positions as Artist-in-Residence at Lamar University in Texas and at The Harid Conservatory of Music in Boca Raton, Florida. In addition to his regular concert performances, Mr. Dowling enjoys performing as a member of the artist roster of The Piatigorsky Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing live ...
Michael Daugherty: Bells for Stokowski (2002) for symphonic band (1
Michael Daugherty: Bells for Stokowski (2002) for symphonic band (1 Michael Daugherty: Bells for Stokowski (2002) for symphonic band (1 of 2) University of Michigan Symphony Band Michael Haithcock, conductor Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan December 7, 2009 Bells for Stokowski (2002) for symphonic band was commissioned by a consortium including the University of Michigan (Michael Haithcock), Arizona State University (Gary Hill), Baylor University (Kevin Sedatole), University of Colorado (Allan McMurray), Ithaca College (Steve Peterson), Louisiana State University (Frank Wickes), Michigan State University (John Whitwell), Riverside, CA Community College (Kevin Mayse),University of Tennessee (Gary Sousa), University of Texas (Jerry Junkin), and Texas Tech University (John Cody Birdwell). Its first performance was given by the University of Michigan Symphony Band, conducted by Michael Haithcock, in the Michigan Theater, Ann Arbor, Michigan, on October 2, 2002. It was performed by the Arizona State University Wind Ensemble, conducted by Gary Hill, at the National Conference of the College Band Directors National Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, on March 27, 2003. Bells for Stokowski is a tribute to one of the most influential and controversial conductors of the 20th century. Born in London, Leopold Stokowski (1882-1977) began his career as an organist. As maestro of the Philadelphia Orchestra (1912-36), he became famous for interpreting classical music in brilliant new ways, and expanding his audience's expectations of what might they ...
Piano Prodigy Sihan Guo
Piano Prodigy Sihan Guo 9 year old piano prodigy Sihan Guo, student of Dr. Angela Chan winning first prize of the 2007 Montreal Classical Musical Festival (9 years and under category)
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