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Lori Sims, March 29, 2008

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Ohio Valley Symphony Pulls at the Heartstrings LORI SIMS, piano Soloist for the Rachmaninov is Lori Sims, an internationally-known pianist who has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and China. Now the John T. Bernhard Professor of Music at Western Michigan University, Sims is a graduate of the Yale School of Music, where she was named most outstanding graduating student. Her 2000 debut at New York’s Alice Tully Hall earned a rave review from the New York Times. As presidential hopefuls vie for support in both Russia and the...

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Spring Finale, May 3, 2008

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Ohio Valley Symphony Pulls at the Heartstrings LORI SIMS, piano Soloist for the Rachmaninov is Lori Sims, an internationally-known pianist who has performed throughout the United States, Europe, and China. Now the John T. Bernhard Professor of Music at Western Michigan University, Sims is a graduate of the Yale School of Music, where she was named most outstanding graduating student. Her 2000 debut at New York’s Alice Tully Hall earned a rave review from the New York Times. As presidential hopefuls vie for support in both Russia and the...

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Press Release: 2007-08 OVS Season

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OHIO VALLEY SYMPHONY 2007-08 SEASON From Baroque to Broadway and from goblins to Christmas cheer, join the Ohio Valley Symphony for the 2007-08 subscription season. The 18th season of southeast Ohio’s only professional orchestra lights the stage of the historic Ariel-Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre in downtown Gallipolis for five programs — all under the direction of music director Ray Fowler — that will stir your emotions and fire your imagination. All concerts take place on Saturday evenings at 8 p.m. in the Morris & Dorothy...

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Quartetto Gelato, October 2, 2010

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Quartetto Gelato Ensemble The mere name of this foursome suggests yummy desserts, and the Quartetto Gelato delivers! For over a decade, this dazzling ensemble has enchanted audiences worldwide with their exotic blend of musical virtuosity, artistic passion, and charismatic anecdotes. Classical in training…eclectic by design…this Canadian quartet has become a dominant force on the music scene. Tango del Mare Salerno/Berger Cinema Italiano Cable Volare Modugno/Berger Konzertstuck: Finale Von Weber My Funny Valentine Rogers &...

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A Grand Piano, Yuliya Gorenman

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A Grand Piano Yuliya Gorenman, piano Award-winning Russian-born American pianist Yuliya Gorenman has rightfully been called a “pianist without fear.” Now firmly established in her performing career, Gorenman first achieved international acclaim as a prizewinner of the prestigious Queen Elisabeth Competition in Belgium in 1995. Since then she has been continually invited to perform solo, chamber, and orchestral concerts throughout the United States and in Europe, and, in the process, has earned consistent praise for her artistic...

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The Trumpets Shall Sound, March 10, 2012

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“Like Father Like Son” Vincent and Gabriel DiMartino, trumpet Arrangements for trumpets and orchestra. Vince and Gabriel DeMartino are respected trumpet performers and teachers equally at home with an orchestra, band, or jazz combo. Vince has performed and recorded with many major U.S. orchestras, and he has played lead with a who’s-who of jazz greats. Gabriel is carrying on the tradition, recording at Syracuse University, where he teaches, and performs with a variety of groups. Concerto for Two Trumpets in C Major Vivaldi...

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The Romantics, April 28, 2012

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CHIN KIM, violin Violinist Chin Kim began playing at age 5 and made his professional debut at 9. A top prize winner in the world’s major violin competitions, Kim has performed and recorded with orchestras around the world. Bruch, Violin Concerto No. 1 Tchaikovsky, Bruch Symphony No. 4 Tchaikovsky

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The Ohio Valley Symphony Presents “The Voices” – March 9th

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You will be enchanted by this bass-baritone and soprano duet as they bring classical and broadway numbers to the Ariel Theatre stage along with the one and only Ohio Valley Symphony. Read more for Bio & Full Song List. JOHN and NANCY SHUFFLE bring a wealth of performing experience to their theatrical stage and concert appearances, having collectively essayed over 170 roles in their combined careers. They have garnered numerous awards on both the national and regional levels and have produced 8 solo and duet recordings currently to their...

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The Ohio Valley Symphony kicks off its 22nd season with a combination of hip style and traditional flair

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by Thomas Consolo For its 2011-12 series opener, southeast Ohio’s only professional orchestra welcomes Deborah Henson-Conant back to the Ohio Valley for “Hip Harp,” a night with the world’s first electric harpist. Ray Fowler, the orchestra’s music director, leads the 8 p.m. performance Oct. 8 in the Lillian & Paul Wedge Auditorium at the Point Pleasant Jr./Sr. High School in Pt. Pleasant WV. The program’s sponsor is Ohio Valley Bank, a long-time OVS supporter. As a part of the bank’s “Year...

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The Grand Piano, November 5, 2011

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Lori Sims, piano Brahms, Piano Concerto No. 2; Beethoven, Symphony No. 2. Internationally known pianist Lori Simms has performed in recital, with chamber groups, and with orchestras in the United States, Europe, and China. The Colorado native is a Yale graduate who now teaches at Western Michigan University. She is the gold medal winner at the 1998 Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition. Piano Concerto, No. 2 Brahms Symphony No. 2 Beethoven  

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