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  • Beethoven's Birthday Celebration | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Opportunities Digitization Project SJSU Home Beethoven Center Events and Community Beethoven s Birthday Celebration Beethoven s Birthday Celebration MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Events and Community Current Events First Wednesday Beethoven Birthday Celebration and Open House Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Exhibits Educational Outreach Programs at the Beethoven Center Annual Beethoven Birthday Party and Open House Every December on a Saturday afternoon in the middle of the month the Center celebrates Beethoven s birthday with an open house refreshments and a short concert or lecture We welcome Beethoven enthusiasts of all ages to join us December 19 2015 Open house 1 00 5 00 p m FREE 2 00 3 00 p m Beethoven recital by Amelia Archer flute David Sogg bassoon and Richard Sogg piano Sonata for Horn and Piano op 17 arranged for Bassoon and Piano Variations on Folksongs for piano and violin or flute ad libitum 1818 1819 Op 105 No 2 Variations on a Welsh folksong Von edlem Geschlecht war Shinkin Op 107 No 3 Variations on an Ukrainian folksong Op 107 No 6 Variations on a Welsh folksong Peggy s Daughter Op 107 No 7 Variations on a Russian folkson Schöne Minka Op 107 No 10 Variations on a Scottish folksong The highland watch Trio for piano flute and bassoon WoO 37 1786 FREE For more information call 408 808 2058 About the performers Amelia Archer is the principal flutist of Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose She enjoys performing solo and chamber music including contemporary works of composers she has met while at the University of California Berkeley CUNY Queens college and through contemporary music ensembles here in the Bay Area She is also a member of Fortnightly Music Club and the Soirée Music Club

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/beethoven/events_community/beethoven_birthday_bash/ (2016-02-13)
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  • First Wednesday | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Susan Lamb Cook is an active performer and educator both nationally and internationally She is sought after as soloist and chamber musician with performances throughout Europe the Far East and the United States She is on the artistic staff for the Classical Music Festival in Eisenstadt Austria and the Vianden Festival Luxembourg and is Lecturer in cello and chamber music at the University of California Davis Susan has served as artist in residence at the Saarburg Festival Germany and her recent tour to China included performances and master classes at the prestigious Shanghai Conservatory and in the cities of Jinan Liaosheng Dezhou Qilu Hangzhou and Xiamen As a member of the Gold Coast Trio she has performed and given master classes at San Francisco State University Scripps College and Harvey Mudd College and the Gold Coast Trio has been featured on Austrian National Television Susan Lamb Cook is a member of the California Association of Professional Music Teachers Music Teachers Association of California and the American String Teachers Association and is co author of Guide to Teaching Strings by Norman Lamb She is director of the Sacramento Youth Symphony s Chamber Music Workshop and her students perform regularly for competitions and public concerts Ms Lamb Cook studied with Angelica May at the Academy of Music in Vienna Austria and Charles Wendt at the University of Iowa Miles Graber received his musical training at the Juilliard School where he studied with Anne Hull Phyllis Kreuter Hugh Aitken and Louise Behrend He has lived and worked in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1971 where he has developed a wide reputation as an accompanist and collaborative pianist for instrumentalists and singers He has performed with numerous solo artists including Sarah Chang Cho Liang Lin Camilla Wicks Axel Strauss Mimi Stillman Judith LeClair

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/beethoven/events_community/first_wednesday/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Auction Database About Beethoven FAQ on Beethoven Beethoven the Broadwood Fortepiano Beethoven and the Harpsichord Catalogs Beethoven Gateway Art and Media Catalogs Services Access to Collections Permissions and Fees Reproduction Services Events the Community Events Current Events Beethoven s Birthday Celebration First Wednesdays Lecture Series Historic Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Events Community Educational Programs Beethoven Center Facebook Page Support Donating Materials Joining the American Beethoven Society Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities Digitization Project SJSU Home Beethoven Center Events and Community Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Events and Community Current Events First Wednesday Beethoven Birthday Celebration and Open House Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Exhibits Educational Outreach Programs at the Beethoven Center Clavichord to Fortepiano Mini Concert and Presentation by Dr Richard Sogg Featuring the Historic Keyboard Collection He s back Here s the schedule for June August 2015 These mini concerts take place in the Beethoven Center King Library Room 580 on the following Tuesdays from 2 00 2 45 p m February 9 16 23 March 8 15 22 29 April 12 May 3 10 17 24 Dr Sogg is also available for pre arranged mini concerts at other times To schedule a mini concert call 408 808 2058 or email Patricia Stroh sjsu edu Dr Richard Sogg uses the Beethoven Center s historic keyboard collection to demonstrate the fundamental difference between the three most common keyboard instruments of the Baroque and Classical periods the clavichord the harpsichord and the fortepiano in comparison with the modern piano Dr Sogg is a retired Stanford Medical School professor of neuro ophthalmology A native of Cleveland Ohio he studied piano at the Cleveland Institute of Music with Beryl Rubinstein He

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  • Young Pianist’s Beethoven Competition | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Beethoven Auction Database About Beethoven FAQ on Beethoven Beethoven the Broadwood Fortepiano Beethoven and the Harpsichord Catalogs Beethoven Gateway Art and Media Catalogs Services Access to Collections Permissions and Fees Reproduction Services Events the Community Events Current Events Beethoven s Birthday Celebration First Wednesdays Lecture Series Historic Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Events Community Educational Programs Beethoven Center Facebook Page Support Donating Materials Joining the American Beethoven Society Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities Digitization Project SJSU Home Beethoven Center Events and Community Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Events and Community Current Events First Wednesday Beethoven Birthday Celebration and Open House Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Exhibits Educational Outreach Programs at the Beethoven Center 30th Annual Celia Mendez Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Saturday April 16 2016 Concert Hall San José State University The Young Pianist s Beethoven competition was founded in 1987 by Celia Méndez a San José private piano teacher with the purpose of being an artistic learning experience a pedagogical tool for California High School students in the process of understanding the interpretation of Beethoven

    Original URL path: http://www.sjsu.edu/beethoven/events_community/young_pianists_beethoven_competition/ (2016-02-13)
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  • Past Events | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Reproduction Services Research General Research Guide to Beethoven Research Beethoven Web Resources Overview of Services at Beethoven Center Publications Projects The Beethoven Journal Beethoven Treasures in America Beethoven Auction Database About Beethoven FAQ on Beethoven Beethoven the Broadwood Fortepiano Beethoven and the Harpsichord Catalogs Beethoven Gateway Art and Media Catalogs Services Access to Collections Permissions and Fees Reproduction Services Events the Community Events Current Events Beethoven s Birthday Celebration First Wednesdays Lecture Series Historic Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Events Community Educational Programs Beethoven Center Facebook Page Support Donating Materials Joining the American Beethoven Society Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities Digitization Project SJSU Home Beethoven Center Events and Community Past Events Past Events MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Events and Community Lectures and master classes Concerts Competitions Festival and Meetings Exhibits Other Current Events First Wednesday Beethoven Birthday Celebration and Open House Historical Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Exhibits Educational Outreach Programs at the Beethoven Center A History of Events Hosted Sponsored or Jointly Organized or Presented by the Beethoven Center and the American Beethoven Society Use the links below to find out about past events Lectures and

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  • Educational Outreach Programs at the Beethoven Center | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Center For Children Beethoven in the Schools Project The Beethoven in the Schools Project was an educational program aimed at fourth and fifth grade students in Santa Clara County California The program consisted of a package of educational programs on Beethoven s life and works presented to the same classroom on a three or four visit basis This Project had the following goals Provide music appreciation to a community of children without such exposure thereby providing skills which contribute to increased learning capacities in diverse subject areas Expose a culturally diverse student population to forms of music which are highly valued and appreciated in American culture thereby deepening their awareness of our historical cultural history Introduce children to one of the great figures of history who remains the most popular Classical musician this would probably be their only formal introduction to Beethoven during their school years Provide exposure to Classical music as a balance and addition to the popular music they exposed to everyday and develop aesthetic sensitivity to music Provide an example of the highest achievement by a physically challenged individual Stimulate emotional growth and expand creative capability Provide instruction on developing appropriate behavior for structured listening situations To schedule a program This project is currently unfunded and is not accepting requests from schools for classroom visits Find out how you can help to reinstate this very popular program Field Trips Teachers are welcome to arrange field trips to the Beethoven Center for students of all ages During these one hour tours students will learn more about Beethoven s life and music while docents demonstrate the historical keyboard instrument and explain the many treasures on display Although there is no fee for these field trips we welcome donations of 100 or more whenever possible Contact us to arrange your class visit For Teenagers The Celia Mendez Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition This annual competition is open to all high school age California students Founded by San Jose piano teacher Celia Mendez in 1987 the goal of the competition is to encourage and support high school pianists in their study of Beethoven s piano sonatas Students who enter the competition are asked to submit a tape of one complete J S Bach prelude and fugue and one Beethoven sonata up to and including Opus 90 Six finalists are chosen for the competition and three winners are selected to perform in a master class with an internationally known artist Past pianists have included Richard Goode Claude Frank Christopher O Riley Charles Rosen and other gifted artists Please give to the competition endowment to help secure its future History Day Projects Beethoven is a popular topic for History Day projects and students are welcome to come to the Center to do research use the Beethoven Gateway or request research assistance from the Curator If you need ideas for your Beethoven project just ask us For Adults Lecture Tours Adult education classes and other groups are welcome to arrange tours of the Beethoven

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  • Support | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    Treasures in America Beethoven Auction Database About Beethoven FAQ on Beethoven Beethoven the Broadwood Fortepiano Beethoven and the Harpsichord Catalogs Beethoven Gateway Art and Media Catalogs Services Access to Collections Permissions and Fees Reproduction Services Events the Community Events Current Events Beethoven s Birthday Celebration First Wednesdays Lecture Series Historic Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Events Community Educational Programs Beethoven Center Facebook Page Support Donating Materials Joining the American Beethoven Society Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities Digitization Project SJSU Home Beethoven Center Support Support MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Ira F Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies Donating Materials Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities The Beethoven Gateway Digitization Project Collections and Exhibits Research Support Services Events and Community Beethoven Center Funding The Center for Beethoven Studies is funded through a combination of public and private support Since the Center opened in 1985 San José State University has provided staff salaries space supplies and services and has funded some of our special projects The Center is a program of the College of Humanities and the Arts and a special collection of the University Library The American Beethoven Society supports the Center programs including publication of The Beethoven Journal acquisition of special materials such as manuscripts first and early editions and art objects and prints support of scholarly research and other activities Endowment campaigns are underway to fund the major projects of the Center For more information on these project see donor opportunities You also can help support The American Beethoven Society through iGive com a service that allows Internet shoppers direct a portion of their purchase to the American Beethoven Society The Beethoven Center also has received grants for specific projects from local and national foundations and other agencies including The Eva B Buck

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  • Donating Materials | Beethoven Center | San Jose State University
    on Beethoven Beethoven the Broadwood Fortepiano Beethoven and the Harpsichord Catalogs Beethoven Gateway Art and Media Catalogs Services Access to Collections Permissions and Fees Reproduction Services Events the Community Events Current Events Beethoven s Birthday Celebration First Wednesdays Lecture Series Historic Keyboards Mini Concerts Young Pianist s Beethoven Competition Past Events Community Educational Programs Beethoven Center Facebook Page Support Donating Materials Joining the American Beethoven Society Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities Digitization Project SJSU Home Beethoven Center Support Donating Materials Donating Materials MySJSU Canvas Athletics Give to SJSU Navigate BACK to Support Donating Materials Planned Giving Program Funding Opportunities The Beethoven Gateway Digitization Project Donating materials to the Beethoven Center The Beethoven Center welcomes donations of Beethoven materials under the following circumstances The materials are in reasonably good condition Materials duplicated in the Center s collection may be sold The donor covers cost of mailing and insurance when applicable If an appraisal is needed the donor arranges this in advance of delivery of the materials The Beethoven Center cannot place values on materials or pay for appraisals Exceptions may be made for large collections Donations should be sent to the Curator s attention and include an explanatory cover letter with

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