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Examples of "finckel"
The Symphony is currently directed by Michael Finckel. Michael Finckel started his studies with his parents, cellist George Finckel and pianist Marianne ("Willie") Finckel. George Finckel and Willie Finckel were on faculty at Bennington College. Michael Finckel attended Oberlin College Conservatory and Bennington College where he studied composition, conducting and orchestration with Louis Calabro and Henry Brant.
Triple Concerto for Three Cellos and Orchestra (1971) Opus 50, for George Finckel
Wu Han lives in New York City with her husband and musical partner, cellist David Finckel, and daughter.
Edwin A. Finckel (born 23 December 1913 - 2001) was a jazz performer and arranger and a composer of songs and classical music.
Finckel has presented master classes at venerable institutions throughout the world and for many years taught alongside the late Isaac Stern at Carnegie Hall and the Jerusalem Music Centre. He has also served as a member of the artist-faculty at the Aspen Music Festival and School for many years, and in various educational outreach programs across the country. Finckel also created "Cello Talks", an innovative series of videos about every aspect of cello playing. For two decades, with the Emerson String Quartet, Finckel taught at the University of Hartford's Hartt School.
Current members include: flutist Emi Ferguson, clarinetist Jean Kopperud, violinist Linda Quan, cellist Chris Finckel, pianist Stephen Gosling, and percussionist Daniel Druckman.
Visiting Aspen Music Festival nearly his entire career, Finckel founded a chamber music studio there in summer 2013 as an intensive three-week workshop for young festival musicians.
Benefit concert for Greater Cincinnati Coalition for the Homeless performed by violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han. February 5, 1992.
David Finckel (born December 6, 1951) is an American cellist and influential figure in the classical music world. The cellist for the Emerson String Quartet from 1979 to 2013, Finckel is currently the co-artistic director of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, founder and co-artistic director of Music@Menlo, co-artistic director of Chamber Music Today and the Mendelssohn Fellowship in Korea, professor of cello at the Juilliard School, and visiting professor of music at Stony Brook University.
In 2011, David Finckel became co-director of Chamber Music Today, an annual chamber music festival and institute in Seoul, South Korea, that brings to the Far East the world's greatest chamber musicians.
Michael Finckel performs and coaches each year at the Composer's Conference sponsored by the Chamber Music Center of Wellesley College in Massachusetts, and at the Chamber Music Conference and Composer's Forum of the East at Bennington College.
In addition to his work as a performer, Finckel has established a reputation for his dynamic and innovative approach to the recording studio. In 1997, David Finckel and Wu Han launched ArtistLed, classical music's first musician-directed and Internet-based recording company, whose catalogue of sixteen albums has won widespread acclaim. "BBC Music Magazine" saluted the launch by featuring the company's debut album on the cover of its January 1997 issue. Finckel is a controlling participant in every aspect of the recording process, from selecting the repertoire and recording venue to setting the sound, running the sessions, constructing the edits, and determining the final mix. ArtistLed's Grammy Award-winning recording engineer is Da-Hong Seetoo.
Long-time cellist David Finckel was replaced at the end of the 2012/13 concert season by Paul Watkins. Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim of the New York Times writes:
In 2002, Finckel and the Emerson String Quartet joined the faculty of Stony Brook University, where he coaches chamber music, gives master classes, and provides instrumental instruction. David joined the Juilliard cello faculty in 2012.
George White's Scandals is a 1945 American film starring Joan Davis, Jack Haley, Phillip Terry, and Glenn Tryon. It features Haley's "Wizard of Oz" co-star Margaret Hamilton. This film included music by Edwin Finckel.
In 2004, CMS appointed cellist David Finckel and pianist Wu Han artistic directors. They succeed founding director Charles Wadsworth (1969-89), Fred Sherry (1989-93), and David Shifrin (1993-2004).
Finckel wrote songs for the 1945 film "George White's Scandals" The photo illustrated here shows Finckel posing for a magazine picture where he has been chosen as a representative of the musical "Modern School" in 1947. He went into teaching where he led the music department of the private Far Brook School in New Jersey for 39 years. At the school, he gave private lessons, conducted the choir and orchestra, and wrote much of the music that the children sing every morning and at special events.The school also employed his wife, Helen, as a secretary. Edwin retired after his 39 years and his position was taken up by Mr. F. Allen Artz III. Finckel continued to perform Jazz but in his forties he also wrote classical music. His son David is a professional cellist who performed and recorded his father's composition for piano and cello "Of Human Kindness" with his wife Wu Han.
Born into a family of cellists, David Finckel began his musical studies with his father, Edwin Finckel. At the age of 15 he made his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra in Tchaikovsky's Rococo Variations as winner of the orchestra's junior competition, and two years later returned to capture the senior division prize and another appearance with the orchestra, playing the Schumann Concerto. At 17, David played for Mstislav Rostropovich, and soon after became the great cellist's first American pupil. His studies spanned a nine-year period, culminating in a performance of Prokofiev's Sinfonia Concertante with the Basel Symphony under Rostropovich's direction. Finckel was the first winner of the New England Conservatory Piatigorsky Artist Award, chosen from an international field for his excellence as soloist, chamber musician, and teacher. In 1979, he became a member of the award-winning Emerson String Quartet.
A member of the Emerson String Quartet since 1979, Finckel has participated in over 30 acclaimed recordings produced with Deutsche Grammophon since 1987, nine Grammy Awards (including two for best classical album, an unprecedented honor for a chamber music group), three Gramophone Awards, the coveted Avery Fisher Prize and cycles of the complete Beethoven, Bartók, Mendelssohn and Shostakovich string quartets in the world's musical capitals. The Emerson String Quartet took its name from the American poet and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson. Besides David Finckel on the cello, the Emerson String Quartet is composed of violinists Eugene Drucker and Philip Setzer who alternate in the first chair position and violist Lawrence Dutton. Finckel ended his tenure at the quartet at the conclusion of the 2012–13 season; he was replaced by Paul Watkins.
Finckel was born in Washington D.C. as the youngest of six children. His father was a patent attorney and both his parents were musical. All of his five elder siblings received musical training but Edwin was left to his own devices with regard to music, but his artistic talents won him a scholarship at the Corcoran School of Art. He didn't give up his interest in art but he also found access to a piano and within a year he had taught himself to play, albeit unconventionally and without the ability to read music. Finckel took to jazz although he also showed skill as a tennis player while still a teenager.