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Theremin-Workshop Pamelia Kurstin NYC in Vienna June 2005

Pamelia Kurstin from NYC will lead a Theremin-Workshop in Vienna, Austria the weekend 25./26. of June. The workshop will happen at a place near the Old Danube (Alte Donau) in the 22. district in a house with garden. Pamelia will also be in Vienna the days before the workshop from the 21. on and will […]

Moog Music to sponsor International Theremin Celebration

Moog Music, in cooperation with The Orange Peel, will sponsor an International Theremin Festival – “Ether Music 2005”. The 3 day event will feature workshops and concerts, and attendees will be treated to a tour of the Moog Music factory. Workshop topics will include theremin technique, how to build and customize a theremin, historical perspectives […]

Touch! Don’t Touch!

Theremin —– Neue Musik —– Live-Projektion Lydia Kavina: Theremin Barbara Buchholz: Theremin Kammerensemble Neue Musik Berlin: Tobias Rempe – Violine, Ringela Riemke – Violoncello, Heather O’ Donnell – Klavier, Dirk Rothbrust – Schlagzeug pedda Borowski: Overhead-Projektion Kompositionen von Olga Bochihina, Moritz Eggert, Johannes Hildebrand, Michael Hirsch, Juliane Klein, Olesia Rostovskaja, Iraida Usupova, Nicolaus Richter de […]

Leopold Stokowski

Leopold Stokowski

Biography of famous orchestra conductor Leopold Stokowski. Leopold Stokowski (April 18, 1882 – September 13, 1977) (born Antoni Stanisław Bolesławowicz) was the conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the NBC Symphony Orchestra and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra. He was the founder of the New York City Symphony Orchestra. He arranged the music […]

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

As the fifth-oldest orchestra in the United States, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra has a legacy of fine music making as reflected in its performances in historic Music Hall, recordings, and international tours. It represents the evolution of 200 years of music making in the city of Cincinnati, in southwestern Ohio. After the formation of several […]

Philadelphia Orchestra

The Philadelphia Orchestra, based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is one of the United States’ major orchestras and one of the finest in the world. Since 2001, it has been based in the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, having been based in the Philadelphia Academy of Music since it was founded. It was founded in 1900 […]

NBC Symphony Orchestra

The NBC Symphony Orchestra was established as a commercial venture in 1937 by General David Sarnoff of NBC in order to coax the recently retired conductor Arturo Toscanini to come to America. General Sarnoff spared no expense in recruiting and training the orchestra. Artur Rodzinski, a noted disciplinarian and task master in his own right, […]

Otto Luening

Otto Luening is an early pioneer of electronic music. His Tape Music, including A Poem in Cycles & Bells, Gargoyles for Violin & Synthesized Sound, and Sounds of New Music demonstrated the early potential of synthesizers and special editing techniques for so-called classical music. [This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It […]

Leonard Bernstein

Leonard Bernstein (August 25, 1918 – October 14, 1990) was an American composer and orchestra conductor. Biography Bernstein was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts and studied at Harvard and the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. He was highly regarded as a conductor, composer, pianist, and educator. He is probably best known to the public as […]