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17) Maud Powell, the noted American violinist who concertized in the early 1900s, said that she knew she wanted to be a violinist after she saw and heard Camilla Urso play.
Hufsey, who became a major heartthrob in the 80s as Christopher on TV's "Fame" and who wowed screaming teen girls as Emilio on "Days of Our Lives" into the early 90s, then concertized around the world--including drawing 75,000 people in Israel--is also set to sing "Better Man" in one of the episodes of the show.
The von Hagen family concertized extensively, and the Tenor Concerto was a frequently performed work, primarily by Albertus, who performed on multiple instruments but made a specialty of the viola.
McDonald's recordings appear on the Albany, Archetype, Boston, Bridge, Capstone, Neuma, New Ariel, and New World labels, and he has concertized widely as composer and pianist.
Since then, he has concertized extensively throughout North America, including an appearance at Carnegie Weill Recital Hall in New York City.
She has concertized throughout the Far East and the United States, performing with orchestras that include the Utah Symphony and the Salt Lake Symphony.
True the East Coast company does concertized versions of lesser-performed musicals, but Encores uses a larger orchestra and performs a shorter run.
Though not well known today, Clovis and his wife Eleanor Steele performed as the vocal duo Clovis-Steele and concertized in the 1930s, commissioning works from several contemporary composers.
99), a concertized version of the internationally acclaimed theatrical musical, on laserdisc May 22.
He has concertized, lectured and given master classes nationwide.
After two months here I have already been overwhelmed with honors from all sides, have concertized quite a bit, and see with great joy that my works are known and performed everywhere.
She has concertized and presented workshops and master classes across the United States and abroad.
Throughout the 1880s Albeniz concertized principally in Spain, gradually incorporating into his programs works of his own composition.
She has concertized throughout the United States and abroad as a recitalist, soloist with orchestra and chamber musician.
The quartet has concertized worldwide and continues an active research, performing and recording career.