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Choir chairman David Bebb said: "Sam's sense of musicianship, remarkable style and natural voice made him an acclaimed soloist who delighted audiences in some of the major concert halls of the UK and further afield.
To model the hearing of the accompanists-and thus be able to identify, and respond to, the notes played by the soloist, and when they occur-the system uses an algorithm known as a hidden Markov model, which is commonly employed in speech-recognition technologies.
Percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie returns to join the Northern Sinfonia for James MacMillan's Veni, Veni, Emmanuel (Dec 18) and the orchestra is conducted by Nicholas McGegan (Jan 29) for Schumann's Piano Concerto with soloist Ya-Fei Chuang and Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony.
The Mozart concerto was the evening's big disappointment, mostly because the soloist, Philharmonic concertmaster Martin Chalifour, seemed nervous.
On the international scene, Coop has appeared as recitalist and soloist throughout North America, Europe and Asia, playing in the most magnificent halls of the world including the Lincoln Centre, Kennedy Centre, Wigmore Hall, Salle Gaveau and the Great Hall of St.
The 35th annual Oregon Bach Festival concluded Sunday with a performance of Mendelssohn's "Elijah," with Helmuth Rilling (right) conducting and alto Susan Platts (left) among the soloists.
Uniquely comprised of today's leading young soloists hailing from six different nations, ISS serves as ensemble-in-residence at the Aspen Music Festival.
As a member of the audience , I witnessed virtuosity and musicianship of the highest order from the soloist, and was extremely disappointed to see you had not even acknowledged the fact that there was a soloist.
It also features especially fine performances by several soloists not yet on the scene when Herreweghe presided over that last recording--among them the wonderful young countertenor Andreas Scholl (sounding unusually dark in this performance) and the exceptional bass Sebastian Noack, who serves double duty as an aria soloist and in the part of Pilate.
The place to look for the real trouble in interdisciplinary research is in the work of the lone researcher - the soloist.