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New Sounds Live Concerts at the World Financial Center, Fall 2003

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

WNYC/Irene Trudel
The Chilingirian String Quartet, 10/23/03.
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Members of The Chilingirian String Quartet discuss the Tavener commission, while a sound technician hovers, 10/23/03.
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Members of The Chilingirian String Quartet perform Sir John Tavener's "The Bridegroom," 10/23/03.
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WNYC engineers Ed Haber and George Wellington, 10/23/03.
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Anonymous 4 and the Chilingirian String Quartet rehearse the Tavener work "The Bridegroom," 10/23/03.
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WNYC engineer George Wellington relaxes before the concert, 10/23/03.
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Chilingirian violist Susie Mészáros warms up backstage, 10/23/03.
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Members of the Chilingirian String Quartet about to go on stage, 10/23/03.
Christian Steiner
Anonymous 4
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Late-day sun as seen from the World Financial Center's Wintergarden, 11/20/03.
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WNYC engineers Jennifer Munson and Ed Haber, 11/20/03.
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Percussionist Steven Schick performs a section of John Luther Adams' "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03.
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WNYC Senior Concert Engineer Edward Haber and the gear, 11/20/03.
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Percussionist Steven Schick performs a snare drum section of John Luther Adams' "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Percussionist Steven Schick (with psychedelic coloring) performs on air raid siren, from a section of John Luther Adams' "The Mathematics of Resonant Bodies," 11/20/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Late-day sun as seen from the World Financial Center, 11/20/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Composer Aaron Jay Kernis rehearses the ensemble Alarm Will Sound for the World Premiere of his Concerto for Toy Piano and Chamber Orchestra, 12/9/03.
WNYC/George Wellington
Composer Aaron Jay Kernis and WNYC engineer Irene Trudel, 12/9/03.
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Far left: Senior Concert Engineer Ed Haber sets up the microphone on the toy piano, 12/9/03.
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--- Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.
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WNYC's Ed Haber outfits soloist Margaret Leng Tan with a wireless microphone for her entrance from the back of the Winter Garden, 12/9/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.
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A piano's insides and members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.
WNYC/George Wellington
WNYC engineer Irene Trudel and the equipment, 12/9/03.
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Members of Alarm Will Sound in rehearsal, 12/9/03.
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Pianist Margaret Leng Tan with an array of noisemakers strapped to her, 12/9/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Aaron Jay Kernis (L) runs the piece, while engineer Ed Haber (R) checks microphone placement, 12/9/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Soloist Margaret Leng Tan, resplendent in purple and magenta, 12/9/03.
WNYC/Irene Trudel
Margaret Leng Tan (center, in purple) looks over the score with Aaron Jay Kernis as Alarm Will Sound sets up, 12/9/03.

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maria guerra lucas

Edward Haber: A mutual friend would like to speak to you. His name is Austin John Marshall. If you would like to speak to him please feel free to contact me at 1-347-852-9019. He would like to know how you are doing. If it is easier to email, then feel free to email me at mariagluc2005@yahoo.com. I believe he just wants to know how you are doing. I will relay all messages to him in whatever format you choose. Happy New Year. Many blessings and I hope life is treating you well. Thank You Maria Guerra Lucas

Jan. 04 2012 11:44 AM

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