do you play all alone? Or have you found a string quartett group? You know it is difficult to find partners in the semi-professional field. Either they are so good that you nearly must pay them to come to the rehearsals (if they can happen regularly at all) or they are so bad that you loose your joy...
We are enthusiastic about the WebPresence of the Amadeo String Quartett which we introduce in DocPresentation
Look also at the site for OrchestraDocs!
Planned to make you listen a recording with the Deutsches
Ärzteorchester (if you have the FREE RealPlayer).
Check back later for link to RealMediaFile. Thank you!
A very interesting fingering chart of the violin found here: http://www.macatawa.org/~campa/fingering.html
Violino I : H. MIMURA, Mr. ------------ Medical doctor,
Violino II : M. KAWAMURA, Ms. ------- Violin instructor
Viola : T. NAITOH, Mr. -------------- Medical doctor, general practice
Violoncello : M. TANABE, Mr. -------- Kurashiki Symphony (Director)
You must visit their excellent WebPresence! They have really been busy for a long time and have made a thorough research on Mozart´s String Quartetts and about his Travelling.
Listen to their wonderful policy:
Playing music does not mean to imitate the performances of the other players. It means "direct expression of all of ourselves". That is true not only for professional but non-professional performance.
Fundamentally, music does not exist for small number of professional musicians. Most audience is non-professional music lovers. Some people says "I can not understand classic music". However music is not the matter of understandable or not understandable. It is essentially pleasant or enjoyable thing and everyone could play their own music with no licenses. Professional musicians make money from their skillful playing technique, while non-professional musician makes money by other socially beneficial ways and could enjoy music purely. Which do you think can enjoy music really? However amateurs are short of the playing technique.
Sabine Weber-Frömmel (left)
studied medicine in Munich/Germany and Marburg and is part-time in a hospital and in her studio as doctor and psychotherapist.
She is mother of two daughters. Member of the Bavarian Doctors orchestra and several other chamber music groups in the area of Allgäu.
Dr.med. Franziska Roelcke
Neurologist and psychiatrist as well as mother of three daughters. She studied with E. Triner in Würzburg/Germany, H. Wagner (Cologne), Prof. Profit (Conservatoire superieur de musique, Paris), J. Sutil (munich). She gave violin lessons at the pedagocical academy Göttingen 1981/82, she is member of diverse chamber music formations and of the Chamber Orchestra Regensburg and the Bavarian Doctors Orchestra.
Cello: Simon Lindner
Viola: Christina Triebener (music professional in several orchestras)
Clarinet: Isa Bittel
See her actual presentation of the next recitals (german) (CLICK on the symbol at the bottom right for a full screen presentation!)
Playing in several DoctorsOrchestras. See his own presentation!
He is DivingDoc, ViolinDoc, CollectorDoc, PoliticDoc, BenefizDoc
Albrecht Hempel was born in 1957 in Hohenstein-Ernstthal/Germany in the Saxonian Erzgebirge and made his "Abitur" in the Thomasschule at Leipzig, then studied medicine in Rostock/Germany and became "Privatdozent" at the Charité in Berlin. As specialist for heart and blood circulation medicine he was chief doctor from 1998 at the heart center Brandenburg and from 2003 to 2005 at the 2nd medical clinic of the Friedrichstadt-Krankenhaus in Dresden.
His father was priest and his mother matrimonial consultant so this opened his mind for holistic medicine and now he is chief of the center for energy and environment medicine.
His wife Maria (who is medical doctor as well), five children, a dog and his violin are important elements of his private life.
He participated in the first violins (next to the concert master) at the big German-american friendship concert in Berlin November 2005: www.DoctorsHobbies.com/CD !
listen to the CD of this concert online and order it as CD!
This superwoman has done a lot in sailing [and other!]. The
latest news was what attracted my attention to her since I read in in the
newspaper (see links below!):
She became member of the first German ladies-only team for the transatlantic race "HSH Nordbank blue-race" from
Newport (USA) - Hamburg (Germany), her job: helmsman, navigation, medicine on board, fitness trainer of the team!
1987: I started playing Violin in a school orchestra
since 2002: Member in the "Junges Sinfonie-Orchester Berlin-Spandau"
Read about Melanie Aalborg in her presentation, she sent in a perfect resume!
Cora's professional career started
when she performed with The Druid Theatre
in their awarding winning production of' The Black Pigs Dyke'. She then
played violin in the group which represented Ireland and won the
Eurovision song contest with "The
Voice" written by Brendan Graham. After this she was chosen to be one of the
original violinists in Michael Flatleys
"Lord of the Dance". She has performed with the show to thrilled
audiences worldwide, at venues including
Radio City NYC, Madison Square Gardens NYC, Hyde Park London, Wembley arena
London, The Kremlin Palace, Moscow, and to over
80,000 people in Budapest with
‘Feet of Flames’.
Cora is featured on various DVDs including 'Lord of the dance', 'Feet of Flames' 'Gold', 'Celtic Tiger' and The Chieftains "Water from the Well". She was also featured on The Chieftains' album of the same title which was nominated for best world music album in the 2001 Grammies.
Cora has also performed on numerous TV shows over the years including "The Late Late show", "Saturday Live", "Kenny Live"(RTE), "Richard and Judy" BBC, "The South Bank Show" C4, and has appeared on PBS and the FOX Channel in the USA.
Breda is a woman of many parts,
Musician, TV presenter, Doctor and Mother. Already with one solo album under
her belt her debut album ‘Basil and Thyme’
earned her a nomination as ‘Best Female
Artist’ at the 2003 ‘Irish Music
She also has toured and performed worldwide as a violinist with Michael Flately’s ‘Lord of the Dance’ and ‘Feet of Flames’ which included performances at ‘The Ryder Cup’ and the prestigous ‘Red Cross Ball’ for the Royal Family in Monaco.
Breda has also brought her love and knowledge of Irish Music to wider audiences as presenter of the annual RTE television series ‘The Fleadh Programmes’ this year filmed in Clonmel Co. Tipperary. She hosted ‘The Irish Music Magazine Awards’ in the National Concert Hall in October 2003. She also featured in the six programme music series ‘Transatlantic Sessions’ recently aired on B.B.C.
Over the years Cora and Breda have performed together many times and now have finally collaborated to record an exciting album which represents the music they've loved and shared together.
April 24th 2002 saw the launch of TV presenter, qualified doctor, mother and fiddle and whistle player extraordinaire Breda Smyth‚s debut solo album 'Basil and Thyme'. Her web site blurb describes it as a "masterful execution of Irish traditional music with contemporary programming and sounds
Breda Smyth stammt aus Mayo und hat ueber 25 verschiedene All-Ireland-Champion-Titel im Laufe ihrer Karriere gewonnen. Gemeinsam mit Cora Smyth (fiddle/whistle), Danny Healy (trumpet), Tim Edey (guitar), Lloyd Byrne (drums/percussion) wird Breda der absolute Hoehpunkt des diesjaehrigen Internationalen Folkfestivals Gutenbrunn sein.
Isabel Serrano is PianoDoc, ViolinDoc, ClarinetDoc
Nowadays and for a month I am going to be very busy -exams-. (July 2005)
But you can see some photos of me playing the piano -and other instruments-
They are from an (very) old program of a concert in my faculty in 2003 [ http://webpages.ull.es/users/fvallapa/Programa_2003.htm ]
here in Tenerife.
Some other hobbies: swimming -better at the sea- or going on bike, reading, drawing with fountain pen,
various incursions in other instruments and music groups -orchestra, chamber music, music band, big band-...
I have done some interventions in medical students congresses, or a web page about pathology..
[ http://www.redkbs.com/Catai/patol/Leccion%2074/LECCIÓN%2074.htm ]
A beginning, but with the time, I would like to make my own web page as you..-.
Isabel Serrano Tendero
Medicine & Piano Student
See a lot photos and exchange about Isabel!
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