Thursday, February 24, 2011

Second Life virtual-reality game: It's not time travel, but it's close - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Second Life virtual-reality game: It's not time travel, but it's close - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review: "- Sent using Google Toolbar"

It is nice to see a positive news story about Second Life but I'm not sure how the author could have written it and still called this complex 3D communications platform "a game".

Thursday, February 17, 2011

Eveline Noth and Ensemble
Saturday 19 Feb. at 12 pm SLT (PST)
Music Island, Sea Turtle Island

If you attended Thom Dowd's concert with his colleague Eveline Noth in November then you know that you want to be there when the lovely Eveline Noth returns with 3 of her pre-professional students to present a virtuoso concert of music for recorders. If you missed the November concert, don't make the same mistake twice! They will perform music from the renaissance, baroque and modern periods.

This will be a multi-lingual world event presented in the virtual world of Second Life and over the Internet live via Itunes.

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Samedi, 19 février 2011, 12 P.M. SL
Concert de flûte à bec
Nadine PernyMarc Pauchard
Michèle Mülhauser
Eveline Noth

Hayne van Ghizeghem (1445-1497) De tous biens plaine, Nadine Perny, Michèle Mülhauser, Marc Pauchard
Marco Uccelini (1603-1680)
Aria sopra la Bergamasca, Nadine Perny, Marc Pauchard

Jacob van Eyck (1590-1657)
Pavane Lachrimae Marc Pauchard

Hans Ulrich Staeps(1909-1988), Presto possibile,Nadine Perny

Francesco Maria Veracini (1690-1768) Sonata Terza
Largo - Allegro - Largo - Allegro, Nadine Perny

Isang Yun (1917-1995), Der Affenspieler, Marc Pauchard

Jaques-Martin Hotteterre (1674-1763) Suite en mi mineur
Prelude Lentement, Vivement, Allemande, Tendrement, Marc Pauchard

Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767) Quartett d-Moll
Andante - Vivace
Nadine Perny
Michèle Mülhauser
Marc Pauchard

Eveline started playing the recorder when she was 6 and never stopped.

As a child, she also played the clarinet and the traverse flute, but this special feeling, when the air goes through these little holes, the sound - no other instrument could compete with the recorder!

Eveline studied the recorder at the Universities of Biel and Zürich and got a degree in teaching and performance practice from Carsten Eckert and Kees Boecke. She presently teaches at the Conservatories in Fribourg and Bern as well as at the University of Arts in Bern (Switzerland.)