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(From the latest GEMS newsletter of January 5, 2012)
“We're pleased to announce that GEMS reached our goal of $20,000 to match a challenge grant from the LaSalle Adams Fund. Thanks to all of you who contributed; your generosity is greatly appreciated (and we'll gratefully accept additional contributions to the cause if you're still considering it)! …
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“ One year ago today, The Countertenor Voice published its first issue. We have published around sixty articles on vocal technique and the singing life, as well as in depth reviews of recordings and artists. THANKS TO EVERYONE who has read, shared, and commented on these pieces.
(from Jean Cassignol most recent newsletter -- ed.)
Michel Démarez, guitar/e & Jean Cassignol, recorders / flûtes à bec - New videos / Nouvelles vidéos
New repertoire for flute / recorder and guitar
Jean Cassignol, recorders / flûtes à bec
Michel Démarez, guitar / guitare
Concert in St Witz, France, 18th December 2011
This major national award is a result of the continued success of the NCEM's partnership with BBC Radio 3 and internationally acclaimed vocal group The Tallis Scholars. The 2012 Award is open to composers up to the age of 25, divided into two age categories: up to 18 years and 19 to 25 years. The young composers are invited to write a new piece for The Tallis Scholars.
News from Viviana Sofronitsky (harpsichordist/fortepianist) of a documentary airing on German TV channels about Paul McNulty (fortepiano builder) building the new Liszt piano destined for the Klassik Stiftung Weimar / Liszt Museum. Viviana Sofronitsky will be playing there as well.
Saturday, 8 October 21.45, German channel 3SAT, Full version 44:30min
Wednesday, 19 October 21.15, German channel MDR (Thüringen Spezial) Short version 29:10min.
Thursday, 20 October 15.30, also MDR, repeat
Wednesday, 26 October 10.15, also MDR, repeat
Congratulations to all involved in the production of the documentary from the staff at EarlyMusicNews.Org.