Liederkranz


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Both were Liederkranz singers, and probably charter members of the local society.
The barbecue at the Lancaster Liederkranz Club featured fresh sweet corn chicken and pork barbecue, and German music and dancing.
Good introduces readers to William Steinway - piano manufacturer, patron of the arts, manager of Steinway Hall, and participant in the New York Liederkranz (a prominent singing club) - and comments on the Chickering-Steinway rivalry and the company's growing international reputation.
155) Five years later, at another Liederkranz annual picnic - with "enough of the Teutonic beverage on tap to have gotten up a riot among as many Irish or Americans" - Surface remarked that it "only sufficed to put the Germans in a mood to enjoy the occasion as only Germans can.
The recipient of the prestigious Pro Musicis Award and the Liederkranz Award for Wagnerian singers, Wheeler recently made her film debut in Andreas Frezza's ``L'Ultimo Bersaglio'' and she recently recorded the CD-ROM ``Nightmare Ned'' for Disney interactive.
Graham has won a number of competitions, including the Gerda Lissner International Vocal Competition in the Wagner Division (2010), the Liederkranz Competition in the Wagner division (2009), the Joyce Dutka Competition (2005) and the Sullivan Foundation Grant (2005).
She has sung at the Skaneateles, Chautauqua, and Berkeley music festivals, and has won first prize of the Loren Zachary, both Sullivan Awards, the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation, the Liederkranz, and Enrico Caruso Vocal Competitions.
You won the Liederkranz Wagner Competition, the first lyric voice in twenty-three years to win it.
Her students have won and been finalists in national competitions, including the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, the Richard Tucker Awards, the Jensen Foundation Awards, the Oratorio Society of New York Competition, the Girda Lissner Vocal Competition, the Liederkranz Foundation, the Sullivan Award, and many others.
Winner of numerous competitions--first prize of the Loren Zachary Competition, both Sullivan Awards, the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation, the Liederkranz and Enrico Caruso Vocal Competitions--Eileen Strempel debuted with the New York Philharmonic on their Chamber Music Series, with the Bolshoi Opera as Violetta in La traviata, as well as in Avery Fisher Hall as the soprano soloist in the Bach B minor Mass.
Winner of numerous competitions: first prize of the Loren Zachary Competition, both Sullivan Awards, the Licia Albanese-Puccini Foundation, the Liederkranz and Enrico Caruso Vocal Competitions, Eileen Strempel debuted with the New York Philharmonic on their Chamber Music Series, with the Bolshoi Opera as Violetta in La traviata, as well as in Avery Fisher Hall as the soprano soloist in Bach's B Minor Mass.