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Brett Dean

On Composing Berlin Music

By Brett Dean As a member of the Berlin Philharmonic's viola section in the 80's and 90's, I had shared the stage with Midori on several memorable occasions when she was our guest soloist. However I first formally met Midori backstage at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles in October...

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INTERPRETATION

Photo: T. Oda Every work of music needs an interpreter to give it life, interpretation being the crucial component in performance by which every artist is ultimately judged. How is an interpretation arrived at? What takes place within the mind of the performer? Can interpretation be learned? There is no single 'solution'...

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© Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

About Volunteering

I believe that everything in this life and in this world comes from somewhere.  What we experience through our five senses and its consequences of logic and emotions are rooted somewhere, however mysterious and deeply hidden in thinking about my activities and passion for community involvement, my spirit for volunteering...

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ANOTHER SEASON, ANOTHER SNOWSTORM, ANOTHER ADVENTURE

Winter 2004-2005 Travel catastrophes such as those that occurred during the Philharmonia tour in January 2004 might seem out of the ordinary. Winter weather can be crippling to travelers, and the disastrous repercussions were very clear to me then. A year later, as memories of that fateful tour were fading, I...

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© Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

Attempting to “Go Green”

One of the United Nations' Millennium Goals is to ensure environmental sustainability. In the midst of autumn, we are still recovering from the high electricity bills of summertime air-conditioning while the winter heat bill looms large. How can we be more conservative and responsible with our thermostats? This season seems extra-full...

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Finding home and my “place” – all over the world

Throughout the year, I cover an impressive amount of miles as a traveling musician. During some heavy touring periods I could be spending time in 5 or 6 different cities over the course of a week, which equates to some kind of travel every day. One might wonder: does she...

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PiP CONCERTS IN FERGUS FALLS AND DAWSON, MINNESOTA

BY CHARLES DANZIGER As a quintessential New Yorker, I mainly thought of Minnesota as the setting for the popular Mary Tyler Moore television show. But traveling with Midori and Bob McDonald this past autumn to two rural communities in Western Minnesota as part of the Partners in Performance ("PiP") recital series...

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ENCORE

'Encore' is a French word meaning 'again,' 'still,' and 'yet.' Musicians and music-lovers also use this word to refer to a certain type of musical composition and to an extra piece played after the end of a formal musical program. The practice of encores dates back to the 17th century. In...

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朝日新聞 2014年1月27日

2014.01.27 朝日新聞 2014年1月27日 カテゴリー:プレス記事 五嶋みどりさん参加アルバム、グラミー賞に ニュースTOPへ...

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産経新聞 2014年1月10日

2014.01.10 産経新聞 2014年1月10日 カテゴリー:プレス記事 五嶋みどり、深化する協奏曲 ゲバントハウス来日「メンデルスゾーン」共演へ ニュースTOPへ...

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国連広報センター 2014年1月9日

2014.01.09 国連広報センター 2014年1月9日 カテゴリー:プレス記事 国連ピース・メッセンジャーの五嶋みどりさん、 ミャンマーを訪問  ~音楽で平和へのメッセージを伝える~ http://blog.unic.or.jp/entry/2014/01/09/105758   ニュースTOPへ...

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