This is your FREE monthly DoctorsHobbies.com newsletter for June 2004.
News which came up during the last month:
The European Doctors Orchestra is looking for members to
participate in its inaugural concert,
to be held at Blackheath Halls on Sunday November 21st. 2004, conducted by Rupert Bond.
Rossini…Thieving Magpie Overture
Beethoven…Violin Concerto, Soloist: Elizabeth Wallfisch
Elgar…Pomp and Circumstance March No.4
For full details please go to:
Here is one of their founders, Dr. Miki Pohl, who is also involved with the Australian Doctors Orchestra...:
SpiritualDoc, WriterDoc, PublishingDoc, BenefizDoc
She did spiritual healing already as a child. Later she became a
medical doctor and psychiatrist.
Now she runs an international school for healing.
She has written 6 books, produced several meditation CDs and is
writing a stage piece now.
A project in Sambia / Africa is growing like a village.....
But my words are so poor -
Visit her homepage: http://www.brendadavies-collection.com !
A nice article in the Deutsches Ärzteblatt: http://www.aerzteblatt.de/v4/archiv/artikel.asp?id=41797
Irmtraud Tarr is an internationally active concert organist. She can be heard on many CD, radio, and television recordings, many of them on historical instruments. Her preference is for rarities off the beaten track. The Berlin Morgenpost called her "an unusually high-spirited organ artist." Since 1980, both as pianist and organist, she has played in The Duo with trumpeter Edward H. Tarr.
Irmtraud Tarr is also a psychotherapist and music therapist (Ph. D., University of Hamburg 1988) working in her own practice. She is the author of many articles and books from her various fields of interest on topics ranging from guardian angels and the magic power of attention to a modern interpretation of the Rapunzel fairy tale. Among the 18 books she has written to date, Performance Power (Summit Books, Tempe AZ, ISBN 1-887210-00-8) should be mentioned. Others have been translated from the original German into Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, and even Chinese.
Irmtraud Tarr can be seen and heard on a regular basis in the media, especially in the radio and TV stations in Baden-Baden and Cologne. She is often invited to give seminars on stage fright and to lecture on diverse themes.
Since 1994, multitalent Tarr has become an enthusiastic cheese-maker and double-bass player. On October 17, 2000 in the St. Paul Cathedral, she gave the world premiere of a piece dedicated to her by Peter Schickele alias P. D. Q. Bach for double bass and organ (one person), Variations on a Theme that Somebody Threw Away, and No Wonder.
Visit her homepage: http://www.tarr-online.de/kurzinfo_irmi_en.htm
click on the photo for our presentation!
She is a very sincere medical doctor now and sort of regrets her earlier
activities as actress. Anyways she has given a lot of joy to many people!
Get yourself the Audio CD played by the author Wolfgang Ellenberger
"Inclination" (click here to see entire program INCLUDING piano concerto by Haydn
accompanied by Sibirian State Orchestra!)
Direct order and secure payment link click here!
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