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Jan-Hendrik Rootering

Jan-Hendrik Rootering is among the world’s leading traditional bass performers and is particularly known for his work in the German repertoire. His dad was also a significant vocalist, the Dutch tenor Hendrikus Rootering. Created in Germany, Jan-Hendrik received his 1st music and performing lessons from his dad. This didn’t happen …

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Fiorenza Cedolins

Fiorenza Cedolins is among the leading stars from the operatic stage, most widely known for jobs in the operas of Puccini and Verdi. She’s appeared at lots of the main opera homes in Europe, especially in Italy and Spain, and provides given acclaimed shows on the Met, Covent Backyard, Vienna …

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Gian Francesco Malipiero

Extremely prolific, extremely uneven, and immensely influential, Gian Francesco Malipiero had become regarded — also by various other Italian composers — as the utmost original musical mind of his day and place. His music fused contemporary techniques using the stylistic characteristics of early Italian music. In his youngsters Malipiero briefly …

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Eduard Erdmann

Eduard Erdmann was a Latvian-born German pianist and composer whose most significant successes occurred in the period from the Weimar Republic. Essentially a modernist, Erdmann’s music can be similar to Alban Berg as well as the even more progressive post-Romantic strategy within Gustav Mahler’s past due symphonies. Nevertheless, Erdmann didn’t …

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James Conlon

Wayne Conlon has become the successful American conductors of his era, but his rise was largely founded upon critical acclaim garnered in the main European opera homes. Conlon’s talents, nevertheless, expand beyond the world of opera: he offers forged a recognized international status in the concert hall, displaying an affinity …

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Charlotte Roche

Charlotte Roche (b. March 18, 1978 in Wimbledon, Britain) became known in Germany as the sponsor from the VIVA2 displays Fast Forwards and Trendspotting in the past due 90’s and early 2000’s. Until Fast Forwards was terminated in 2004, Roche’s recognition led to many TV honours and nominations, and she …

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Kana Nishino

The J-pop singer Kana Nishino is one of the small sponsor of Japanese performers who managed to get through high-profile music contests — in her case, the 40,000-strong Miss Phoenix Audition in 2005. However the ground had been prepared a long time before that: Nishino, who was simply created in …

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Leslie ‘Jiver’ Hutchinson

b. 18 March 1906, Crossroads, St. Andrews, Jamaica, Western world Indies, d. 22 November 1959, Weeting, Norfolk, Britain. Schooled in the trumpet in Jamaica’s Western world India Regiment military band, Hutchinson made an appearance in London with them on the 1924 Empire Exhibition, Wembley. Fellow WIR bandsman Louis Stephenson acquired …

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William Henry Monk

Most likely better known in his day simply because an organist, church musician, and music editor, William Henry Monk composed a good amount of popular hymn tunes, including perhaps one of the most famous from nineteenth century England, Eventide, useful for the hymn Abide beside me. He also had written …

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George Orendorff

Going to senior high school with fellows who ended up being great jazz music artists — not merely Eddie South and Wallace Bishop, but put on Lionel Hampton for classmate vibes — might have been an frustrating encounter for George Orendorff, a talented trumpeter who subsequently produced swinging music a …

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