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International Viola Congress XXXVII

International Viola Congress XXXVII

Diaries from the 37th International Viola Congress

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Think Free Project

Jazz bassist/composer Ben Allison has launched The Think Free Project. Musicians and filmmakers can be part of a virtual collaboration by going here and listening to Ben’s invitation to record and submit their own interpretations of two tracks posted on the site from his latest CD, “Think Free.”

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Hindemith's Viola Recordings

In the late 1930s and early 1940s Paul Hindemith made four recordings for RCA: Trauermusic; Der Schwanendreher; the 1940 Viola Sonata; and the 1938 Sonata for Piano – Four Hands. The last two were with Jesus Maria Sanroma. In 1994 the English record label Biddulph Recordings reissued them on a CD, and the transfer was […]

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Clefworks Winner: David Crowell

ClefWorks® salutes composer David Crowell of Brooklyn, New York, for his winning submission, “The Open Road,” in the third annual Composition Competition selected from more than 150 entries representing 14 countries, 32 states and the District of Columbia. The world premiere of his original score will take place in Montgomery, Ala., on January 30, 2010. […]

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International Viola Congress XXXVII

Stellenbosch, South Africa, July 27–August 1, 2009 by Paul Elwood, Dwight Pounds, Christine Rutledge, Carlos María Solare, and Tom Tatton Day one – Christine Rutledge Day one of the 37th International Viola Congress at the University of Stellenbosch opened with a welcoming ceremony by the sponsors and administrators of the congress (including Robert Brooks of […]