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The Russian/American pianist Vassily Primakov has begun a series of recordings for Bridge that have been highly received by the international press. Writing of his recent Beethoven CD (BRIDGE), the International Record Review stated that “Primakov's Beethoven offers thoughtful performances from a young musician who is more than a virtuoso.
Brynna is working currently on Dragon Moon, the first book of our fantasy series, “Era of Ancients”. Her story line is the inspiration for the music and lyrics of “Glass Bridge”, our self-titled CD in progress. Born into royalty, Brynna ran away from the castle to escape a future marriage she didn’t want.
Finnish concert violinist Frida Backman enjoys many violinistic roles and styles. First appearing as a concerto soloist at the age of ten, she has performed the major violin concertos of Brahms, Sibelius and Samuel Barber with orchestras in the United Kingdom, including Dorset Chamber Orchestra, Solent Symphony Orchestra and the Chamber Academy Orchestra.
Oct 30, · The Oldest Covered Bridge In Pennsylvania Has Been Around Since Historic covered bridges harken back to a simpler time, don’t they? To the days before highways and the Turnpike; to when horses pulled buggies, and picnics along the .
Dec 13, · The bridge supported by two pylons promises to become the longest one in Russia (3, meters) and to have the world’s widest bridge span (1, meters). The bridge leads from the city of Vladivostok to Russky Island across the Bosporus East strait and is constructed as part of the infrastructure to be presented for the 24th Asia-Pacific.
Bridge, in stringed musical instruments, piece of elastic wood that transmits the vibrations of the string to the resonating body. Bridges are of two kinds. In the pressure bridge, the string is fastened at one end to a tuning peg or a wrest pin and at the other to a pin or a tailpiece; it passes over the bridge (or bridges), which may be glued to the soundboard (as in the piano) or held in.
The American Wind Symphony Orchestra has been making cultural waves on the waterways of the United States, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean and northern Europe for 58 years. In the late ‘50s and ‘60s the AWSO ‘s floating concert stage was not self-propelled, and had to .