Isaac Stern


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Noun1.Isaac Stern - United States concert violinist (born in Russia in 1920)
Russia, Soviet Union, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, USSR - a former communist country in eastern Europe and northern Asia; established in 1922; included Russia and 14 other soviet socialist republics (Ukraine and Byelorussia and others); officially dissolved 31 December 1991
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Dogadin has won numerousawards at manyinternational competitions, including the first prize at the Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition in Hanover in 2015, the second prize at the first Shanghai Isaac Stern Violin Competition in 2016, and the first prize at the Singapore International Violin Competition in 2018.
Titled Digitizing Juilliard's History, the project will preserve such treasures as the premiere performance of Copland's Piano Fantasy (commissioned by Juilliard) by William Masselos; Isaac Stern's performance of William Schuman's Violin Concerto; chamber music with Rosina Lhevinne and Jenny Tourel; and Leontyne Price as a student performer in Verdi's Falstaff.
Four-time Grammy Award nominee Kayhan Kalhor was one of the two winners of the Isaac Stern Human Spirit Award at the Shanghai Isaac Stern International Violin Competition, the organizers announced.
VOENA just returned from Carnegie Hall where they perform at the magnificent Isaac Stern auditorium under the direction of Grammy award winner, composer and conductor Eric Whitacre spreading their mission to unite the world and empower future leaders through music.
The group has been invited to showcase their talents in the Isaac Stern Auditorium in Carnegie Hall.
They include Yehudi Menuhin, Isaac Stern, Stephane Grappelli and Mark O'Connor, whom Kennedy rates as one of the most important violinists alive today, as well as jazz guitarist Jarek Smietana who he has got to know thanks to frequent visits to Cracow.
A good mixture of American and Filipino audiences in the 2,804-seater Isaac Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall gave the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra under Olivier Ochanine a rousing standing ovation Saturday night (June 18) in a historic debut in a highly revered venue.
The fabled Oscar-winning documentary "From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China" (1979), which followed Stern as he taught the children of China to play, and love, Western classical music, captured a new kind of synergy between the West and the East.
During the first half of the show, dedicated to the music of Stephane Grappelli, Isaac Stern and Mark O'Connor, Kennedy kept a jacket over his yellow Villa away shirt.
Fundry said company CEO Isaac Stern has led a successful fundraiser, raising USD60,000 for Hatzalah of Union County, a local non-profit all-volunteer emergency medical service organization.
For instance, a publicist friend is married to a violinist in the Guarneri Quartet; he helped enlist the support of other well-known musicians, including Isaac Stern and Itzhak Perlman.
I remember in the late 1970s, after hearing Isaac Stern as soloist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra in the Brahms Violin Concerto, writing my Dad a letter, describing how moved I had been by Stern's Brahms.