This video just shows he can do it both at the same time!
With his Dixie Band Jazz Tuber Trio he performe(d) every thursday in a Boston club for many years…..
Later the band changed to Eli & the Hot Six. Continue reading Eli Newberger→
Christiane Godt played the organ beginning at age 13.
She won several prizes at a famous German music competition in her youth (Jugend musiziert) and studied music at several academies. She performs in the University church Kiel since 2001. Often she plays the harpsichord and recorded CDs with her ensemble.
From atop a bell-filled monument to the fallen, Minako Uchino hopes to fill the chasm between her current life in Canada and her past in Japan with a musical prayer for peace.
Dr. Uchino, a 37-year-old physician, will pound out her Remembrance Day plea on the carillon in Soldiers’ Tower at the University of Toronto. The tower is a memorial to 628 university members lost to the First World War, and 557 more killed in the Second, when Canada and Japan fought as enemies.
Jill Forrest is CarillonDoc, PianoDoc and OrganDoc
Growing up in Bathurst in the 1940s, Jill Forrest could hear the bells of the town’s carillon from her home. She never forgot the sound – or the feeling it inspired in her – so much so that in the year she turned 40, well into her medical career, she began lessons in playing the carillon, the largest musical instrument in the world.Continue reading Jill Forrest→
Gunther Strothmann is CarillonDoc and ConductorDoc
The MusicDoc from Kiel/North Germany has studied piano and organ with Ernst Hörbe. He began his musical career with organ recitals all over North Germany, Denmark, France and Poland. IN 1977 he founded the Symphony Orchestra Melsdorf.
Beginning with “Kleiner Chor” in 1980 they performed oratories in original language and after a performance with music of Rachmaninov renamned the choir after him.
In 1999 he was called the carillonist of the new carillon in Kiel. He plays it every first Saturday of the monthe at 11 a.m.
Lothar Löser is ConductorDoc and OrganDoc and BusDriverDoc
Lothar Löser is specialised in anesthesy, running his office in Hamburg, he is OrganDoc and he had worked with a former doctors orchestra in Erlangen several years ago…. Having passed an exam with Sacred music he is working as an organist partly. Continue reading Lothar Löser→
Since he was 15th-year-old he is working as organist. He played organ at the St- Cyriakus-Propsteikirche in Duderstadt, at the Mariendom in Hildesheim, at the St.-Paulus-Dom Münster and at Kölner Dom. Continue reading Hans-Joachim Trappe→
Irmtraud Tarr is OrganDoc and DoubleBassDoc, WriterDoc and Cheese-makerDoc
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.
Johannes Havla is OrganDoc, ChoirDoc, ConductorDoc, SacredMusicDoc
After his SacredMusic exam (highest possible A in Germany) and his diploma in organ (class Prof. Gerhard Weinberger) Johannes Havla performed in the Lamberti-Church in Münster/Westfalen and was assistant of Prof. Tomasz A. Nowak. He performs in the area of Nürnberg on organs and conducts several choirs of good standing. Continue reading Johannes Havla→
Lars David Kellner is PianoDoc, TranslatorDoc, NaturalistDoc, ReedOrganDoc
Lars David Kellner was born in Weiden in der Oberpfalz (Bavaria, Germany). He received his first piano lessons at the age of 7 from his father. In subsequent years, his piano tutor was the Czech music
pedagogue, Franz Ondrušek. In the years between 1985 and 1995 he studied at the “Hochschule für Musik” (music conservatory) in Nuremberg under Erich Appel, and won several prizes in the state competition for young musicians, “Jugend musiziert”. Continue reading Lars David Kellner→
Albert Schweitzer is OrganDoc, CharityDoc, MuseumDoc, TheologyDoc, PhilosophyDoc, NobelPrizeDoc, PeaceDoc, WriterDoc, MusicologyDoc, StampDoc, CoinDoc, CoverDoc, InventorDoc, InstrumentBuilderDoc
Albert Schweitzer (14 January 1875 – 4 September 1965) was a German—and later French—theologian, organist, philosopher, physician, and medical missionary in Africa, also known for his historical work on Jesus. He was born in the province of Alsace-Lorraine, at that time part of the German Empire, though he considered himself French and wrote mostly in French. Continue reading Albert Schweitzer→
Wolfgang Ellenberger -now living in Switzerland- studied piano (diploma in music academy Hamburg, concert exam music academy Lübeck) and worked also as conductor.
After giving more than 30 master-classes for medical doctors in Germany he founded THIS web DoctorsTalents.com
Later he founded the DoctorsTalents.com association and became president of it for his life-time. Continue reading Wolfgang Ellenberger→
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