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Examples of "ehnes"
Winner: "", James Ehnes and the Mozart Anniversary Orchestra
Ehnes performs on the 1715 "Marsick" Stradivarius. His commercial recordings have won numerous awards and prizes, including 9 Junos, a Grammy, and a Gramophone Award. Ehnes is Artistic Director of the Seattle Chamber Music Society. He and 3 fellow musicians, violinist Amy Schwartz Moretti, violist Richard O'Neill, and cellist Robert deMaine formally founded the Ehnes Quartet in 2010.
Winner: "Bruch Concertos: Vol. II", James Ehnes, Mario Bernardi, Orchestre symphonique de Montreal
James Ehnes, (born January 27, 1976) is a Canadian concert violinist.
Ehnes lives in Bradenton, Florida with his wife and two children.
Winner: "Korngold, Barber & Walton Violin Concertos", James Ehnes, Bramwell Tovey, Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
Winner: "Max Bruch, Concertos 1 & 3", James Ehnes (violin), Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal
Winner: "Bach: The Six Sonatas & Partitas for Solo Violin", James Ehnes
Ehnes was born in Brandon, Manitoba, the son of Alan Ehnes, long time trumpet professor at Brandon University (Canada), and Barbara Withey Ehnes, former ballerina with Les Grands Ballets Canadiens, Ruth Page's International Ballet, and Chicago Ballet, and former director of the Brandon School of Dance. Ehnes began his violin studies at the age of four and at age nine became a protégé of the noted Canadian violinist Francis Chaplin. He studied with Sally Thomas at the Meadowmount School of Music and from 1993 to 1997 at The Juilliard School, winning the Peter Mennin Prize for Outstanding Achievement and Leadership in Music upon his graduation.
At a pre-concert talk at Colston Hall in Bristol, England, on 28 November 2005, James Ehnes took pains to differentiate the instrument he was playing from that played by David Oistrakh. Ehnes was playing a 1715 Stradivarius formerly owned by Marsick, while Oistrakh played the "Marsick Stradivarius" of 1705.
A new series of Kinetic Portraits based on Canadian musicians, including solo artists and groups of all genres. James Ehnes, Hey, Rosetta!, Kid Koala and Sam Roberts were all exhibited at the Venice Biennale. The series is currently in process.
Guest soloists of the TBSO have included Measha Brueggergosman, Anton Kuerti, James Ehnes, Janina Fialkowska, Angela Hewitt, Donna Brown, Marc-André Hamelin, Erika Raum, Tracy Dahl, James Parker, and André Laplante.
The faculty consists of internationally acclaimed performers, teachers, and scholars. More than 125 master classes are presented each year with artists, such as Leon Fleisher, Stewart Goodyear, Anton Kuerti, and James Ehnes.
SCMS was founded by Toby Saks, a cellist and music professor at the University of Washington, who served as artistic director until she handed over to Grammy Award-winning violinist James Ehnes about a year before her death on August 1, 2013. Ehnes had been associate artistic director since 2008, and Connie Cooper has been executive director since 1996. Recent performers with the organization include violist Cynthia Phelps, cellist Ronald Thomas, pianist Jeremy Denk and violist Richard O'Neill. The Society hosts more than forty artists each season who also boast impressive careers, with the Seattle Times describing them as "the equivalent of an all-star lineup. A dream team of chamber players."
Fulton has produced several documentary films about violins and music. The first was "Homage" (2008), which won the 2009 Juno award as "Classical Album of the Year: Solo or Chamber Ensemble". The film features violinist, James Ehnes, performing on fourteen instruments from Fulton's collection.
The second, "Violin Masters: Two Gentlemen of Cremona", (2010), narrated by Alfred Molina and featuring renowned violinists James Ehnes, Joshua Bell, Midori, Itzhak Perlman among others, examines the history and modern use of Stradivari and Guarneri del Gesù violins. "Violin Masters" won a 2012 Emmy in the "Documentary - Historical" category.
More recent works by Louie include "Take the Dog Sled", a piece for large ensemble and two inuit throat singers which was completed in 2008, "Beyond Time" for violinist James Ehnes, and "A Curious Passerby At Fu's Funeral" commissioned by Vancouver's Turning Point Ensemble.
A dedicated chamber musician, Johannes has played with Joshua Bell, Emanuel Ax, Leonidas Kavakos, Menahem Pressler, James Ehnes, Midori and Jonathan Biss. He has also performed at many festivals including the Verbier, Schleswig-Holstein, Gstaad and Kissinger festivals, the Mehta Chamber Music Festival and the Colorado, Seattle and Brevard music festivals.
The "Valse-Scherzo" has received many performances and recordings by violinists such as David Oistrakh, Leonid Kogan, Itzhak Perlman, Nathan Milstein, Midori, Gil Shaham, Boris Belkin, Ulf Hoelscher, Vadim Repin, Sarah Chang, Chloë Hanslip, James Ehnes, Leila Josefowicz and Julia Fischer.
Throughout the course of his career, Moull has collaborated with distinguished guest artists such as Measha Brueggergosman, Falk Struckmann, Anton Kuerti, James Ehnes, Marc-André Hamelin, Johan Botha, Kolja Blacher, Janina Fialkowska, Matthias Goerne, Shauna Rolston, Erika Raum, Denise Djokic, Donna Brown, Tracy Dahl, Daniel Lichti, Theodore Baerg, André Laplante, Maria Kliegel, Tom Malone, and John Arpin.