Karl Landsteiner was BillDoc and more
Karl Landsteiner, ForMemRS (June 14, 1868 – June 26, 1943), was an Austrian biologist and physician and immunologist. He distinguished the main blood groups in 1900. Continue reading Karl Landsteiner
Johann Walker had been working as a teacher, when getting a job in his home country Argentina at the German school he secretly studied medicine and is now practising as GP at Herrenberg near Stuttgart. There he is involved in a political party. Continue reading Johann Ferdinando Walker
Christian Wenk was profesional cyclist when he had a severe accident with a cross section paralysis. Nevertheless he is national trainer for the Swiss handbiking team, plays piano and much more… Continue reading Christian Wenk
Alexander Yakovlevich Rosenbaum PAR (Russian: Александр Яковлевич Розенбаум, Aleksandr Jakovlevič Rozyenbaum) (born September 13, 1951 in Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Soviet and Russian bard from Saint Petersburg. He is best known as an interpreter of the blatnaya pesnya (criminal song) genre. Modern singers in this genre, such as Mikhail Shufutinsky often sing Rosenbaum’s songs. Continue reading Alexander Rozenbaum
Carl Bruno Bloemertz (* 21. Mai 1919 in Linnich /Aachen; † 29. Oktober 2007 in Lindberg / Zwiesel) was a German painter, art promoter, gallery owner and surgeon. He signed with CBB. He lived in Wuppertal where his gallery were.
Continue reading Carl Bruno Bloemertz
One of the most intensely creative, dynamic and exciting performers on the UK scene, Gareth Williams has been receiving increasing critical and public acclaim since becoming a professional musician in the early 90s after his medical phase.
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Mexican composer, Armando Torres-Gomez, was born on June 11, 1973. Started his musical studies at the age of 6 at the musical initiation program of the Escuela Nacional de Musica (UNAM). Wrote his first composition at the age of seven (duet for baroque flutes) and studied violin with Cruz Rojas. Later on, at the same school, he starts studying composition. Continue reading Armando Torres
The annual UBC Faculty of Medicine Spring Gala is a tradition that is highly anticipated by UBC’s medical students each year. It is a celebration of our medical school’s artistic talents in music, dance, comedy and more. The 23rd Spring Gala will be hosted at the UBC Chan Center on Saturday March 4, 2017. Continue reading UBC Spring Gala
Dear Mr Ellenberger
playing piano and percussion – in the Medizinerorchester Bern
(Doctors Orchestra Bern/Switzerland) switching between timpani and percussion.
Sathya Bernhard bin Saîf began to play violin at age 2 ½ with her father Prof. Majid ben Saîf, violinist and conductor.
At age 5 she started her violin career with Mozart’s violin concerto on wrd November 1970. From then on she performed in all major concert halls in the world and won several international competitions. She was taught by Isaac Stern and Yehudi Menuhin.
A long illness discouraged her later that year that her grand-mother -Letabel bin Saîf who was opera singer and pianist- gave her a read record player and a record of Maria Callas. This voice motivated Sathya so much that she promised: “Whenever I get well again I sure become opera singer!”. She kept this promise with great pleasure. Continue reading Sathya Bernhard bin Saîf
Dr. Den told me on the phone he had been playing piano for many years on an amateur level.
He used to make Jazz arrangements and also plays chamber music.
On several occasions he played with the ADO Australian Doctors Orchestra and he knows Miklos Pohl their founder very well Continue reading Barry Den FRANZCO
Thomas Weidenbeck has financed his dentist studies by playing the piano at the bars of the Maritim Hotel in Cologne/Germany. Continue reading Thomas Weidenbeck
Sàlat played an organ concerto with the NMMG Doctors Orchestra in November 2005 in the Alte Aula of the Frankfurt Medical Faculty,
directed by Johannes Havla. Continue reading Wolfgang Sàlat
She has diplomas in general medicine and bacteriology and just finished training in infectious disease and surgery.
While awaiting her license to practise at the beginning of 2002 she is working as a producer of a jazz radio progam called
“The Jazz Collection”. Continue reading Daniela Nicolae Badita
On February 18, 2005, Dr. Martin Nowak from Germany, found the new largest known prime number, 225,964,951-1. The prime number has 7,816,230 digits! It took more than 50 days of calculations on Dr. Nowak’s 2.4 GHz Pentium 4 computer. Continue reading Martin Nowak
He plays in the great lounge of the University Hospital UKE in Hamburg/Germany often and has an own JazzBand (more to come). Continue reading David Baaß
April 25, 2005
Dear Mr. Ellenberger,
I am enclosing some pictures of some of the (railway steam engine) models I have built over several years. Unfortunately, I do not have too many “action” photos, but these will perhaps give you some idea of what I do.
Continue reading Peter Lockwood
Herbert Watzke is PianoDoc. In this video he performs at @ 125 years Billroth house celebration together with Klaus Laczika. Continue reading Herbert Watzke
For several years since 2006 he has created and organised Bruckner-Tage at St. Florian where Anton Bruckner lived. Continue reading Klaus Laczika
Anthony Cicoria, MD (born 1952) is a doctor specializing in orthopedic medicine, orthopedic surgery, orthotics, prosthetic supplies, and sports medicine. He is best known for acquiring an unusual affinity for music after being struck by lightning. He was profiled in neurologist Oliver Sacks‘ book Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain (2007). Continue reading Tony Cicoria
Sarah Schons is JazzPianoDoc and also classical PianoDoc, cares for two Labradors and had a Blog for some time. Continue reading Sarah Schons
Axel Martin Fredrik Munthe (31 October 1857 – 11 February 1949) was a Swedish-born physician and psychiatrist, best known as the author of The Story of San Michele, an autobiographical account of his life and work. Continue reading Axel Munthe
Neumayr wrote books about the pathology of famous dictators as well as the medical aspects of famous Composers from the classical time as Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven etc.
He is also studied Pianist (Mozarteum Salzburg) and musicologist. Continue reading Anton Neumayr