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"Ozawa Seiji in Paris" from Weekly FM Magazine July 20, 1981

"Ozawa Seiji in Paris" from Weekly FM Magazine July 1981

Chuanyue Wang (1984) Graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. He was part of the SF Opera’s Merola Opera for young singers (2012) and won the Yang Soohwa Voice Competition in Korea.  He holds an Adler scholarship and is a soloist for the SF Opera where he debuted in Boito’s Mefistofele. He was a soloist in Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy for the Seiji Ozawa Academy. His debuted when he took the roles of General Han (in The Chinese Orphan) and the Helmsman in The Flying…

Graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing. He has been a participant in the San Francisco Opera’s Merola Opera program for…

Here is Catherine's holiday pick for our Advent Calendar: ABSOLUTELY ON MUSIC, Conversations by Haruki Murakami and Seiji Ozawa. "Murakami readers know his deep love for music. This book, a series of conversations between Murakami and retired Boston Symphony Ochestra conductor, plumbs Ozawa's career as it delves into the classical music world. The brilliance and passion of both men is amply evidenced as they discuss Armstrong, Bernstein, various compositions, and the role of the conductor."

Here is Catherine's holiday pick for our Advent Calendar: ABSOLUTELY ON MUSIC, Conversations by Haruki Murakami and Seiji Ozawa. "Murakami readers know his deep love for music. This book, a series of conversations between Murakami and retired Boston Symphony Ochestra conductor, plumbs Ozawa's career as it delves into the classical music world. The brilliance and passion of both men is amply evidenced as they discuss Armstrong, Bernstein, various compositions, and the role of the conductor."

William Boyce (1711 – 1779) is regarded as one of the most important English-born composers of the 18th century. Boyce is best known for his set of 8 symphonies, his anthems & his odes. He composed the British & Canadian Naval March "Heart of Oak". Boyce was largely forgotten after his death & he remains a little-performed composer today. His 8 Symphonies are considered favorite 18th century works of music!

William Boyce (1711 – 1779) is regarded as one of the most important English-born composers of the 18th century. Boyce is best known for his set of 8 symphonies, his anthems & his odes. He composed the British & Canadian Naval March "Heart of Oak". Boyce was largely forgotten after his death & he remains a little-performed composer today. His 8 Symphonies are considered favorite 18th century works of music!

Ed Stephan (1960+) is principal timpanist of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra since 2010. He is recognized as one of the most exciting and dynamic timpanists in the United States.  Prior to his appointment in Pittsburgh, Stephan held the position of principal timpanist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and before that the Fort Worth Symphony. While in Texas, he appeared twice as soloist and was awarded the American Airlines Distinguished Musician Award in 2006.

Ed Stephan (1960+) is principal timpanist of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra since 2010. He is recognized as one of the most exciting and dynamic timpanists in the United States. Prior to his appointment in Pittsburgh, Stephan held the position of principal timpanist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and before that the Fort Worth Symphony. While in Texas, he appeared twice as soloist and was awarded the American Airlines Distinguished Musician Award in 2006.

Dmitry Grigoriev (1987) Studies at the Gnesin Academy of Music. In 2014 he won 3rd prize at the 5th Georgy Sviridov Chamber Singing Competition in Kursk and in the 4th Maxim Mikhailov Competition for Young Opera Singers in Kaluga. That year he won in Moscow the Natalia Shpiller Open All-Russian Vocalists Competition. He appears in cities across Russia singing programmes of songs by Russian and international composers. Since 2014 he has been a soloist at the Russkaya Opera.

Studies at the Gnesin Academy of Music under Andrei Grigoriev to present). In 2014 he won third prize at the Georgy Sviridov International…

Michel van der Aa (1970) trained as a recording engineer at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague, and studied composition with Diderik Wagenaar, G.van Bergeijk and L. Andriessen. His music has been performed by ensembles and orchestras internationally. He completed a short program in film directing at the NY Film Academy in 2002. He also participated in the Lincoln Center Theater Director's Lab, a short, intensive course in stage direction in 2007.

Michel van der Aa - Dutch composer of contemporary classical music. Photo by Ringel Goslinga

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