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Tonight Jim, Jamie and I will celebrate Jamie's birthday...okay a little early (she was a New Year's Eve baby)...but hey it a big milestone this time so the more the merrier. I will discuss the Trans-Siberian Orchestra Concert at the Time Union Arena in Albany NY. And we'll go over the usual TVD, and anything else.
Barry Brisk first appeared in public at the age of 14 when he conducted selections from “South Pacific” at his graduation from Webster Jr. High School in West Los Angeles.
As a student he also conducted the orchestra at University High school in WLA, at Mount St. Mary’s College, and at the University of Music in Vienna (formerly Academy of Music), where he studied with the prominent conductor/teacher Hans Swarowsky.
Professionally Brisk has conducted many orchestras in Southern California, as well as Mexico and Austria.
Music Director of the Beach Cities Symphony since 1994, Brisk is particularly proud of having expanded the orchestra’s repertoire.
In his first 14 years he has repeated only one composition. He has conducted 173 works by 75 composers, eleven of whom are living.
Looking forward to the 60th anniversary season of the orchestra next year, the orchestra has commissioned Maestro Brisk to compose a piece to be performed on the Jan. 2010 concert.
Maestro Brisk’s wife Cathy is an internationally recognized expert on ancient Greek coins.
Their son Philip is doing postdoctoral work in computer science at the Polytechnic School in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Philip’s wife Marilyn will receive her master’s degree in political science from the University of Lausanne in June 2009.
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This special presentation will showcase the music and life of one of America's great Big Bands that started out in 1917, The Vincent Lopez Orchestra. The sound and performances of the Vincent Lopez Orchestra endured folks around the world right through into the 1960's and 70's and beyond and continues today with Vincent Lopez, Jr. who will be joining us. We will get to hear many of the records that made him famous as well as hearing how the band sounds today. Do
Co-Founders of D.C. newest, trend-setting orchestra, N. O. W. Grace Cho and Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez join Patrick for a lively and informative chat about the orchestra's inaugural concert season, "A TOAST TO SEASON ONE." The concert will take place at 4 p.m. in the sanctuary of Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ in Bethesda, MD. Appropriately themed, "A Toast to Season One" the concert features music inspired by fanfares, food and beverages. Ce
Barry Brisk is In his nineteenth year as Music Director and Conductor of the Beach Cities Symphony Orchestra.
Barry is also currently employed by the Los Angeles City School District, working in five elementary schools in the San Fernando Valley, teaching music.
Barry plays viola with various groups and has been guest conductor with local orchestras.
He began studying viola, piano and tuba as early as nine years of age and now teaches viola and piano. He has a diploma in conducting from the Vienna Academy of Music and has conducted orchestras, ballet and opera, such as the Vienna Symphony, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Vienna Academy Ballet Orchestra, Tonkunstler Orchestra, Houston Symphony, Westside Symphony, Topanga Symphony, American Youth Symphony and at the Ojai Music Festival.
He has published opera and book reviews, an article for Musical America and has lectured at Loyola Marymount University. Barry Brisk was assistant conductor under Maestro Mehli Mehta for seven years with the American Youth Symphony Orchestra and has conducted one of their concerts.
His policy of performing new works, such as the Raickovich Symphony has encouraged composers to seek him out and instrumentalists to enjoy these new works.
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PETER BAY, Conductor of the Austin Symphony and Ballet Austin is making his 2nd appearance on The Judy Joy Jones Show! We are thrilled to have Maestro Bay as Austin,TX continues to be the fastest growing city in the USA, making Austin Symphony conducted by PETER BAY one of the leading symphonies in the country! Peter Bay has been Music Director of the Austin Symphony Orchestra since 1998, and the Britt Festival Orchestra in Jacksonville, Oregon since 1991. Guest appeara
A look at the Chicago based Savatage tribute band the Savatage Experience, formed from the metal band Sacred Dawn with singer Troy Daniels of the official Savatage tribute band Streets. The band has been endorsed by Jon Oliva and drummer Steve Wacholz. Also looks at the Trans-Sylvanian Orchestra, a trio that released the Halloween themed take-off of TSO 'Music Of The Night'.
That's right Stew Crew, this week, JT and your Main Ingredients will be firing up the Orchestra of Hate and getting things off their chests. The guys will be discussing things that just piss them off, chap their ass, burn their hotdogs...wait...what? Anywho, TUNE IN and get a little pent up anger off your chest in the chat room, through twitter (#OrchestraOfHate), or through the email (email@example.com)...maybe they'll read your's on the air
Join me Friday, June 15 at 12pm as I take a look at one of Canada's most passionate and innovative community orchestras, The King's College Orchestra. The ensemble's gifted, 23 year-old executive director Faye Bontje will be my guest. Tune in as we discuss the orchestra's modest beginnings and its passionate committment to total community engagement. Music educators, arts administrators, and orchestral musicians will especially not want to miss this! Find out more by visiting&n
In 2009, Jauvon Gilliam was unamimously named to the post of Principal Timpanist of the National Symphony Orchestra, the resident orchestra of The John F. Kennedy Center of the Performing Arts. A native of Gary, Indiana, Gilliam is an alumnus of Butler University. He will speak to The African American Voice in Classical Music about his career as an instrumentalist in one of the nation's premiere orchestras