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  • Concerto with pianists as diverse as Rudolf Serkin, Russell Sherman, and Dubravka Tomsic.
  • The season closes July 25 with an appearance by that great Newport favorite Dubravka Tomsic.
  • Parents brought their children to hear Dubravka Tomsic's jubilee concert and the program of the Slovenian Philharmonic.
  • Her recital at Carnegie Hall in 1954 when she was 14 earned the Slovenian pianist Dubravka Tomsic the accolade " amazing ."
  • He has also given rewarding concerto performances with superb but less widely known artists he has championed, like the pianists Maria Tipo and Dubravka Tomsic.
  • In 1994, Ozawa offered the Slovenian pianist Dubravka Tomsic her first major American orchestral engagement in more than 30 years; she returns for Beethoven's Fourth Concerto.
  • It's hard to know how the judges in Minnesota, who include some distinguished artists, like the superb Slovenian pianist Dubravka Tomsic, will factor in Bronfman's opinions from afar.
  • In the case of Dubravka Tomsic, a Slovenian pianist who has made some 40 recordings on labels like Pilz, Critic's Choice, Classical Gallery and Pentagon, the performances, when you can find them, are treasurable indeed.
  • Dubravka Tomsic gave one of her greatest recitals for the FleetBoston Celebrity Series in Symphony Hall ( astonishing performances of the Liszt Sonata and the " Mephisto Waltz " ), and Piotr Anderszewski gave a magnificent performance of Beethoven's " Diabelli"
  • Based in Ljubljana, where she teaches at the municipal academy of music, Dubravka Tomsic ( pronounced doo-BRAHV-kuh TOM-sitch ) has toured Eastern Europe, Australia and Asia regularly in recent decades, but her American concert career has only lately been revived.
  • Twice this year I have heard audiences literally sigh with pleasure during concerts, both times during " unimportant " works _ when Garrick Ohlsson played Chopin's C-sharp Minor Waltz and when Dubravka Tomsic played Saint-Saens's Second Concerto with the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
  • Distinguished piano recitalists _ in addition to Leslie Amper, whose performance of Messiaen's " Vingt regards sur l'enfant Jesus " was incomparably daring and colorful _ included Dubravka Tomsic, Anthony di Bonaventura, Gabriel Chodos, Robert Henry, Robert Levin, Max Levinson ( who also collaborated with violinist Andrew Kohji Taylor in another important recital ), Sergey Schepkin and Russell Sherman.
  • Mark Malkovich, the artistic director of the festival, is himself an enthusiastic amateur pianist who over the years has presented an astounding number of significant pianists, many of them making their American debuts or returning after an absence of many years ( among their number are Magda Tagliaferro, Vlado Perlemuter, Dame Moura Lympany, Bella Davidovich, Halina Czerny-Stefanska, Maria Tipo, Dubravka Tomsic, Andrei Gavrilov, Cecile Ousset, Andrea Lucchesini and Muza Rubackyte ).
  • Among the performers were pianist Dubravka Tomsic, who played Liszt's Mephisto Waltz; flutist Jean-Pierre Rampal with pianist John Steel Ritter, who played Beethoven's Three National Airs with Variations, Opus 107; William Bolcom and Joan Morris, who performed Billy Desmond and Walter Dore's song, " When Are You Going to Lead Me to the Altar, Walter ? "; the Juilliard String Quartet, a trio of pianist Emanuel Ax, violinist Isaac Stern, and cellist Yo-Yo Ma, and Nasha Thomas-Schmitt of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, who danced Alvin Ailey's solo piece " Cry . ".