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(born 5 February 1953, Frauenau) is a German classical pianist.
(born December 6, 1931 in Nový Bor (Haida), Czechoslovakia) is a German economist and mathematician.
From the guest artists we mention: Mathias Weber, Jean Francois Antionioli, Gerhard
, Teiko MaMaehashi, Carlos Paita, Levon Ambartumian and Michiyoshi Inoue.
(born 16 February 1978 in Dresden) is a former German footballer who played as a defender for Dynamo Dresden, where he also worked as managing director.
published over 200 scientific publications, including more than 20 books and papers, numerous articles in journals, patents and property rights
Klaus Hiemann is a Classical recording engineer and producer. He has recorded such artists as Maurizio Pollini, Claudio Abbado, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Seiji Ozawa, Plácido Domingo, Gerhard
, Wilhelm Kempff, Martha Argerich, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, and numerous others.
In addition to his scientific work Volker
was between 2002 and 2005 Vice President of the German football club Dynamo Dresden, and since 2005 has been honorary chairman. His son, also named Volker, is a player for the club.
Burroughs narrated part of the 1980 documentary "Shamans of the Blind Country" by anthropologist and filmmaker Michael
. He gave a reading on "Saturday Night Live" on November 7, 1981, in an episode hosted by Lauren Hutton.
deals mainly with the draft Mathematical models and their practical use. He pays special attention to the synthesis of mathematics and economics and practical solution to the economic problem of corporate practice. Even the most difficult of financial models follow after his scientific explanation of the purpose, in its everyday to maximize profits and minimize costs. The research activity of Prof.
are company management and economics, management of planning and organization of the economics, management processes and engineering management, economic modelling particularly in financial/budgetary maths, risk management and forecasting methods.
Forward Tyrol () is an Austrian political party active in Tyrol. It was founded by Anna Hosp (ÖVP), Hans Lindenberger (SPÖ) and Christine
-Plörer (ÖVP) in the run-up of the 2013 state election. In the election the party obtained 9.3% of the vote and four members of the local Landtag.
German pianist Wilhelm Kempff made Positano his summer retreat and there he taught a summer course on the Beethoven piano sonatas and concerti. Since his death in 1991, the Beethoven Kurse has continued under the organization of the Wilhelm Kempff Kulturstiftung, having had as teachers Gerhard
and John O'Conor.
By 23 April the German breakthrough reached the Schwarzer Schöps River in the east, and Lohsa,
and Grossdubrau in the west. The main body of the German force was located in the forested region around Lohsa. The Germans continued their push toward Königswartha and Hoyerswerda.
argues for a site in Paderborn, some south of Kalkriese. Based on a reinterpretation of the writings of Tacitus, Paterculus, and Florus and a new analysis of those of Cassius Dio, he proposes that an ambush took place in Varus's summer camp during a peaceful meeting between the Roman commanders and the Germans.
Members of the jury have included: Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Nikita Magaloff, Igor Markevitch, Carlo Maria Giulini, Garrick Ohlsson, Bruno Canino, Paul Badura-Skoda, Rafael Orozco, Joaquín Soriano, Gerhard
, Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Michele Campanella, Leif Ove Andsnes, Adam Harasiewicz, Hiroko Nakamura, Martha Argerich, Andrzej Jasiński, Lilya Zilberstein, Tadeusz Żmudziński, Valery Afanassiev and Eliso Virsaladze.
Piano-pupil of Vincenzo Vitale (a renowned representative of the Naples piano-school) since 1984, in the following he perfected his interpretative manner with Gerhard
at Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, Peter Lang at Mozarteum Salzburg, Gustav Kuhn, Piero Rattalino, Aldo Ciccolini, Nikita Magaloff and Vladimir Ashkenazy. In addition he studied composition with Paolo Arcà and Bruno Bettinelli.
Other notable champions of the work have included Paul Badura-Skoda, Daniel Barenboim, Konstantin Scherbakov, Gerhard
, Erik Then-Bergh, Gergely Boganyi, Dagmar Bella, Walter Prossnitz, Johannes Bork (June 14, 1950, with W.Furtwangler as conductor), Homero Francesch, Hirokuni Ishikawa, Takahiro Sonoda, András Schiff and David Lively (a pupil of Claudio Arrau) and most recently, Stephan Möller.
He broke into the Dynamo first-team in 2001 after the club had been relegated to the Oberliga, and has been a first-team regular ever since, through two promotions and one relegation.
suffered with injury towards the end of his career, and was forced to retire in June 2010, at which point Dynamo appointed him as managing director on an interim basis.
was CEO of "UBI Wirtschaftsberatung GmbH" in Dresden. Since 2001 he is academic director in sportsmanagement at the "Europäisches Institut für postgraduale Bildung (EIPOS)" at Dresden University of Technology in association with the Deutscher Olympischer Sportbund. He lectures on the application of mathematics and statistics in management at EIPOS in Dresden.
In 1953–58 Hugo Steurer taught at the University of Music and Theatre Leipzig. Later, he taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Among his pupils were or are Homero Francesch, Gerhard
, Heinz Rögner and Annerose Schmidt.
argues for a site in Paderborn, some 120 km south of Kalkriese. Based on a reinterpretation of the writings of Tacitus, Paterculus, and Florus and a new analysis of those of Cassius Dio, he proposes that an ambush took place in Varus's summer camp during a peaceful meeting between the Roman commanders and the Germans.
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