‘Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players’: musikalisch der Schönheit verpflichtet, wie sie sich sowohl im Kaviar als auch den Kartoffeln des Musik Repertoires finden lässt.

Nun in ihrer10. Saison haben die ‘Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players’ ihren speziellen Platz im Herzen von Musikliebhabern aus New York City gefunden. Nur einen Katzensprung von den Hauptveranstaltungsorten des Lincoln Centers entfernt, bietet die ‘Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church’ an der 152 West 66th Street ein bescheidenes, aber intimes Setting für die Kammermusikreihe, die Jens Nygaard, dem Gründer und Dirigenten des ‘Jupiter Symphony Orchestra’ gewidmet ist, der sowohl für das Publikum in der ‘Alice Tully...
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Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players: musically devoted to the beauty found in “caviar” as well as in the “potatoes” of music repertoire.

Home away from Jupiter Now in their 10th season, the Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players have earned their special place in New York City music lovers’ hearts. A stone throw from Lincoln Center’s main venues, the Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church on 152 West 66th Street provides a modest but intimate setting for the chamber music series, commemorating the powerful legacy of the founder and conductor of the Jupiter Symphony Orchestra, Jens Nygaard, who had performed...
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First Fiddle: Glenn Dicterow, Concertmaster of NYC’s Ultimate Band, the New York Philharmonic Orchestra

 “Guess who this trunk used to belong to?” asks Glenn Dicterow, concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, as he leads me through the backstage rooms and hallways of Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall; his home away from home, only a New York block away. We are standing in front of a huge antique – or at least old fashioned –weathered-looking black trunk, impressively marked with travel stickers indicating its many different destinations. “…..long history...
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Inbal Segev – Leidenschaft für das Cello

Auf Einladung von Isaac Stern, den sie in der Meisterklasse beim ‘Mishkenoth Festival’ in Jerusalem getroffen hatte, verließ Inbal Segev 1990 ihre Heimat Israel, um ihrer Leidenschaft für das Cello in den USA nachzugehen. Zu dieser Zeit erst 16 Jahre alt, wohnte sie im Hause des Cellisten Aldo Parisot und besuchte seine berühmte Studioklasse. Sie schrieb sich dann im Jahre 1993 an der Yale University ein und besuchte dann 1998 ebenfalls Klassen an der...
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Inbal Segev – A Love Story with the Cello

At the invitation of Isaac Stern, whom she met at a master class at the Mishkenoth Festival in Jerusalem, Inbal Segev left her native Israel in 1990, to pursue her passion for the cello in the United States. Only 16 years old at the time, she lived at the residence of cello pedagogue Aldo Parisot, attending his famed studio class. She then matriculated at Yale University’s class of 93 and then also attended Julliard’s...
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Maestro Zubin Mehta’s 50 Years With The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

On October 16, 2010, the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra presented, in celebration of its upcoming 75th anniversary season, a spirited concert featuring excerpts from Bizet’s ‘Carmen’. A speech by Israel’s President Shimon Peres opened the event at Tel Aviv’s Mann Auditorium; a gala benefit at the Hilton Hotel followed. But this was about far more than 75 years of Israel’s premier orchestra: It was Zubin Mehta’s 50 years of association with the orchestra which orchestra...
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