Synonyms for goethem or Related words with goethem

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Examples of "goethem"
Van Goethem is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Boettgerillidae Van Goethem, 1972 is not an available name, because it has no diagnosis.
Patrick Van Goethem (born 1969) is a Belgian countertenor, known for performing early music.
Brian van Goethem (born 16 April 1991) is a Dutch professional racing cyclist.
Van Goethem Syndrome, also called radiodigitofacial dysplasia, is a congenital disorder.
Kenneth Van Goethem (born 13 February 1984 in Aarschot) is a Belgian football player who currently plays for Heist, on loan from OH Leuven. In March 2016, the news was announced Van Goethem would move to SC Aarschot playing the Belgian Provincial leagues from the 2016-17 season.
Joseph is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the American Bar Association. He is married to the painter Nancy Van Goethem and lives in downtown Manhattan.
The family Urocyclidae consists of 2 subfamilies (according to the taxonomy of the Gastropoda by Bouchet & Rocroi, 2005), that follows classification of Urocyclinae by Van Goethem (1977):
Peter was killed in a traffic accident at 04:30 on 4 December 2004 when 31-year-old U.S. Marine Staff Sergeant Christopher Van Goethem serving as a Marine Security Guard at the U.S. embassy in Bucharest, while driving his Ford Expedition, collided with a taxi carrying Peter. Van Goethem did not obey a traffic signal to stop, which resulted in the collision. Peter was buried on 7 December in Mănăştur Cemetery, in his native Cluj-Napoca.
It was announced in early 2007 that Marie Van Goethem played by Patsy Vandermeeren, Werner Van Sevenant played by Peter Van Asbrouck, Eva Verbist played by Nathalie Wijnants and Leontien Vercammen played by Marijke Hofkens will leave onscreen in 2007.
Marie Geneviève van Goethem (or Goetham or Goeuthen; 7 June 1865 – ?) was a French ballet student and dancer with the Paris Opera Ballet, and the model for Edgar Degas's statue "La Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans".
Right before the end of the year, captain Kenneth Van Goethem is the third player to extend his contract. The midfielder adds three years and now has a contract until 2016.
Cathy Marie Buchanan's novel, "The Painted Girls", presents a fictionalised account of the life of Marie van Goethem, as does Carolyn Meyer's young adult novel "Marie, Dancing" and Laurence Anholt's children's picture book "Degas and the Little Dancer".
The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer (French: "La Petite Danseuse de Quatorze Ans") is a c. 1881 sculpture by Edgar Degas of a young student of the Paris Opera Ballet dance school, a Belgian named Marie van Goethem.
Patrick Van Goethem was born in Aalst, East Flanders, and began his education in the boys choir Schola Cantorum Cantate Domino under direction of Michaël Ghijs. He studied with Marie-Thérèse Maesen and Zeger Vandersteene, and later with Paul Esswood, Julia Hamari and Andreas Scholl.
The exact relationship between Marie van Goethem and Edgar Degas is a matter of debate. It was common in 1880 for the "Petits Rats" of the Paris Opera to seek protectors from among the wealthy visitors at the back door of the opera.
Jeanne-Catherine Van Goethem (1720-1776) was a Flemish poet. She was a well known and celebrated poet in her time, and was particularly known for her poem written for the Jubilee celebrations of the Martyrs of Gorkum. Several of her manuscripts survives. Her production is described as strongly affected by Flemish patriotism and a great love of arts.
In 2005 they commenced a project Dieterich Buxtehude – Opera Omnia to record the complete works of Dieterich Buxtehude (in progress). Singers for this project have additionally included sopranos Bettina Pahn, Miriam Meyer, Siri Thornhill, Orlanda Velez Isidro, altos Robin Blaze, Patrick Van Goethem, Hugo Naessens, Daniel Taylor, tenor Andreas Karasiak and bass Donald Bentvelsen.
On the opera stage, he took part in the premiere of the opera "Trans-Warhol" of Philippe Schoeller in Geneva in 2007. Van Goethem founded the Baroque ensemble The Flanders Baroque Consort. He is a vocal teacher at the Music Academy of Middelkerke.
In 1989, Julia Hamari was appointed professor of singing at the Hochschule für Musik Stuttgart. She has conducted master classes and has been teaching at the Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart and the Oregon Bach Festival since 1982. Her students have included the countertenor Patrick Van Goethem.