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Examples of "keenlyside"
In the 1980s, Keenlyside also toured Canada with the Tom Keenlyside Quintet. Keenlyside also arranged tracks, collaborated, and recorded with various popular artists including Aerosmith, David Lee Roth, Mötley Crüe, Bon Jovi, Van Halen, INXS, and others.
Keenlyside is married to the Royal Ballet dancer Zenaida Yanowsky.
2012: David Daniels, Simon Keenlyside, Eric Owens, Mirella Freni, Dawn Upshaw
The video with Simon Keenlyside as Hamlet omits the entire ballet and most of its music (sections A–E).
All music was composed, performed and produced by John Mitchell and Tom Keenlyside at Anitunes Music Inc.
All music and sound-score composed, performed and produced by John Mitchell and Tom Keenlyside at Anitunes Music Inc..
In the 1970s, Keenlyside played flute and trombone with the band Sunshyne during which time he began to play saxophone.
In addition to Black's ongoing collaborations with local and visiting singers and instrumentalists, he has teamed up with Juno Award-winning saxophonist and jazz flute player Tom Keenlyside to create their jazz ensemble, Altered Laws. The quartet performs regularly and Black and Keenlyside are currently writing and producing new material to accompany albums "The Outsiders" and "Live at the Cellar" (both released 2005).
The English version uses an original instrumental composed by John Lee Mitchell and Tom Keenlyside for Anitunes Music Inc.
Tom Keenlyside (born 1950) is a Juno Award-winning saxophonist and jazz flute player from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Also during that time, Keenlyside worked on several TV variety series and staged shows, playing saxophone with popular acts such as Tom Jones, Chaka Khan, Boz Scaggs, Paul Anka, Kenny Rogers, Teddy Pendergrass, Peggy Lee, Dizzy Gillespie, Jack Jones, Mel Tormé, Andy Williams, and more. Keenlyside also played alto saxophone with the Don Costa Orchestra for a full television season.
The settlement was inundated, and its name rescinded, following the raising of the level of the Arrow Lakes by the Keenlyside Dam at Castlegar.
Simon Keenlyside CBE (born 3 August 1959) is a British baritone who has had an active international career performing in operas and concerts since the mid-1980s.
She married the British baritone Simon Keenlyside in August 2006. They have two children, a son, Owen, and a daughter, Iona.
In 2010 Keenlyside sang the role of Rodrigo in a new production of "Don Carlo" at the Metropolitan Opera opposite Roberto Alagna to critical acclaim.
Keenlyside read zoology at Cambridge University, returning to St John's as a choral scholar, before studying singing at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester. After graduation, he won a Peter Moores Foundation scholarship (1985) and chose to join the Royal Northern College of Music to study voice with the baritone John Cameron under whom he developed a love for lieder and German poetry. Keenlyside later said of him:
In the late 1970s, Keenlyside began to focus on commercial studio work, writing and playing jingles and album cuts which gained him popularity with Vancouver recording studios and artists for his flexibility, improvisational talent and multi-instrument skills. He worked on large orchestral arrangements for commercial sessions for Safeway, McDonald's, and many major oil company advertising campaigns. During this time, Keenlyside also accompanied many studio recordings for Disco music artists.
In 1929 Canadian scholar Hugh L.L. Keenlyside concluded, "The Americans, of course, did have the better case." He judged that most of the tribunal's decisions were fair. Regarding the key issue of the islands in the Portland Channel, however,
Keenlyside co-founded the band Skywalk in the early 1980s which produced five albums for MCA, Zebra and Mesa Blue Moon, which took the band on two major U.S. tours.
From 1970 to 2010 the Foundation supported the Opera Rara classical music label. It awarded scholarships to young British singers, including Amanda Roocroft and Simon Keenlyside. It has also supported the Opera in English project.