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  • Aaron Copland - Hoe Down from "Rodeo" arr. for Violin & Piano, Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, special performance with Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration. Performances at concert series, performing arts centers, universities include Princeton, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree and studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. His repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs. Gary Hammond graduated from the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. Piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff, Herbert Stessin. Faculty member of Hunter College, City University of New York, Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, Sewanee Music Festival, Artists-in-Residence at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. Collaborations include singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom, Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." Solo orchestral, recital and chamber music repertoire includes works by Albeniz,Albinoni,Ambrosio,Arensky,Bach,Barber,Bartok,Bax, Bazzini,Beethoven,Bennett,Berg,Beriot,Berlioz,Bernstein,Bizet,Bloch, Boccherini,Bohm,Borodin,Brahms,Britten.Bruch,Bruckner,Bull, Busoni,Cage,Casadesus,Castelnuovo-Tedesco,Chausson,Chopin, Conus,Copland,Corelli,Couperin,Cowell,Cui,d'Ambrosio,Dancla, Debussy,deFalla,Delius,Diamond,Dinicu/Heifetz,Dittersdorf,Dohnanyi, Donizetti,Dvorak,Elgar,Enesco,Enescu,Ernst,Faure,Fiocco,Fiorillo, Foster,Franck,Frescobaldi,Geminiani,Gershwin,Glazounov, Glazounoff,Gleire,Glinka,Gluck,Goldmark,Goosens,Gottschalk, Gounod,Grainger,Granados,Grieg,Handel,Haydn,Hindemith,Holst, Hummel,D'Indy,Ives,Janacek,Joplin,Kabalevsky,Khachaturian,Kodaly, Korngold,Kreisler,Kreutzer,Kroll,Lalo,Leclair,Liszt,Locatelli,Loeillet, Lully,Mahler,Marcello,Martini,Martinu,Marx,Mascagni,Massenet, Medtner,Mendelssohn,Menotti,Meyerbeer,Milhaud,Moffat,Monti, Moussorgsky,Mussorgsky,Mozart,Nardini,Nielsen,Novacek,Offenbach, Paderewski,Paganini,Pergolesi,Persichetti,Piston,Pleyel,Popper, Poulenc,Prokofiev,Prokofieff,Puccini,Pugnani,Purcell,Rachmaninov, Rachmaninoff,Rameau,Ravel,Reger,Respighi,Rimsky-Korsakov,Rode, Rossini,Rubinstein,Saint-Saens,Sammartini,Sarasate,Satie,Scarlatti, Schoenberg,Schubert,Schumann,Scriabin,Seitz,Shosatkovich, Sibelius,Sinding,Sitt,Smetana,Sousa, Spohr,Stamitz,Grant Still,Strauss,Stravinsky,Suk,Szymanowski,Tartini,Tchaikovsky, Telemann,Thome,Thomson,Tomasi,Torelli,Vaughan Williams, Veracini,Verdi,Vieutemps,VillaLobos,Viotti,Vitali,Vivaldi,Wagner, Walton,Weber, Webern, Wineiawski,Wlliams,Ysaye, Popular composers Arlen,Bock,Kern,Loewe,Porter,Rodgers, Webber,Williams.

  • Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond, Jules Massenet Meditation from "Thais" for Violin & Piano

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. Performances include Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, special performance with the Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration, the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, The Juilliard Composers Concert, the Charlotte Orchestra, Hudson Valley Symphony, and members of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra among others. Performances also include major universities, performing arts centers and concert series such as Princeton University, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, The Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Lee University, Cumberland College, Union College, Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Gastonia Community Concert Association, Gardner-Webb University, Georgia Southwestern College Fine Arts, Oakwood College, Milligan College, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree where he studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. He was invited to perform for Lenwood Sloan, Director of Funding of the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C. and for other government dignitaries. Ray Dotoratos has also performed in Nassau, Bahamas at the invitation of its government. Ray Dotoratos' repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs Gary Hammond is a graduate of the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. His piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff and Herbert Stessin. Academic awards include a City University Graduate Fellowship, the Brechemin Scholarship at the University of Washington. In addition to winning the City University Graduate School's Dissertation Recital Award. Gary Hammond is on the faculties of Hunter College, City University of New York, the Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, the Sewanee Music Festival and has served as Artists-in-Residence at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. His collaborations in New York include the Friends & Enemies of New Music, singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom and Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." REVIEWS "a strong feeling of musical expression—eloquent—clearly defined sound—intelligent thought" The New York Times "The highlight was his performance of the Vivaldi violin concertos with The Juilliard Chamber Orchestra at Lincoln Center". The New York Times "exciting performance conveyed an appreciation and understanding of the music." The International Tribune "astonishing technical prowess" The Hong Kong Standard

  • Schubert Violin & Piano Sonatina No.1 in D Major, Op.137, #1, Mov.3, Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, special performance with Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration. Performances at concert series, performing arts centers, universities include Princeton, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree and studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. His repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs. Gary Hammond graduated from the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. Piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff, Herbert Stessin. Faculty member of Hunter College, City University of New York, Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, Sewanee Music Festival, Artists-in-Residence at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. Collaborations include singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom, Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." Solo orchestral, recital and chamber music repertoire includes works by Albeniz,Albinoni,Ambrosio,Arensky,Bach,Barber,Bartok,Bax, Bazzini,Beethoven,Bennett,Berg,Beriot,Berlioz,Bernstein,Bizet,Bloch, Boccherini,Bohm,Borodin,Brahms,Britten.Bruch,Bruckner,Bull, Busoni,Cage,Casadesus,Castelnuovo-Tedesco,Chausson,Chopin, Conus,Copland,Corelli,Couperin,Cowell,Cui,d'Ambrosio,Dancla, Debussy,deFalla,Delius,Diamond,Dinicu/Heifetz,Dittersdorf,Dohnanyi, Donizetti,Dvorak,Elgar,Enesco,Enescu,Ernst,Faure,Fiocco,Fiorillo, Foster,Franck,Frescobaldi,Geminiani,Gershwin,Glazounov, Glazounoff,Gleire,Glinka,Gluck,Goldmark,Goosens,Gottschalk, Gounod,Grainger,Granados,Grieg,Handel,Haydn,Hindemith,Holst, Hummel,D'Indy,Ives,Janacek,Joplin,Kabalevsky,Khachaturian,Kodaly, Korngold,Kreisler,Kreutzer,Kroll,Lalo,Leclair,Liszt,Locatelli,Loeillet, Lully,Mahler,Marcello,Martini,Martinu,Marx,Mascagni,Massenet, Medtner,Mendelssohn,Menotti,Meyerbeer,Milhaud,Moffat,Monti, Moussorgsky,Mussorgsky,Mozart,Nardini,Nielsen,Novacek,Offenbach, Paderewski,Paganini,Pergolesi,Persichetti,Piston,Pleyel,Popper, Poulenc,Prokofiev,Prokofieff,Puccini,Pugnani,Purcell,Rachmaninov, Rachmaninoff,Rameau,Ravel,Reger,Respighi,Rimsky-Korsakov,Rode, Rossini,Rubinstein,Saint-Saens,Sammartini,Sarasate,Satie,Scarlatti, Schoenberg,Schubert,Schumann,Scriabin,Seitz,Shosatkovich, Sibelius,Sinding,Sitt,Smetana,Sousa, Spohr,Stamitz,Grant Still,Strauss,Stravinsky,Suk,Szymanowski,Tartini,Tchaikovsky, Telemann,Thome,Thomson,Tomasi,Torelli,Vaughan Williams, Veracini,Verdi,Vieutemps,VillaLobos,Viotti,Vitali,Vivaldi,Wagner, Walton,Weber, Webern, Wineiawski,Wlliams,Ysaye, Popular composers Arlen,Bock,Kern,Loewe,Porter,Rodgers, Webber,Williams.

  • Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond, Brahms Violin & Piano Sonata No.3 in D Minor, Op.108, Mov.1

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. Performances include Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, special performance with the Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration, the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, The Juilliard Composers Concert, the Charlotte Orchestra, Hudson Valley Symphony, and members of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra among others. Performances also include major universities, performing arts centers and concert series such as Princeton University, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, The Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Lee University, Cumberland College, Union College, Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Gastonia Community Concert Association, Gardner-Webb University, Georgia Southwestern College Fine Arts, Oakwood College, Milligan College, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree where he studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. He was invited to perform for Lenwood Sloan, Director of Funding of the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C. and for other government dignitaries. Ray Dotoratos has also performed in Nassau, Bahamas at the invitation of its government. Ray Dotoratos' repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs Gary Hammond is a graduate of the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. His piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff and Herbert Stessin. Academic awards include a City University Graduate Fellowship, the Brechemin Scholarship at the University of Washington. In addition to winning the City University Graduate School's Dissertation Recital Award. Gary Hammond is on the faculties of Hunter College, City University of New York, the Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, the Sewanee Music Festival and has served as Artists-in-Residence at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. His collaborations in New York include the Friends & Enemies of New Music, singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom and Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." REVIEWS "a strong feeling of musical expression—eloquent—clearly defined sound—intelligent thought" The New York Times "The highlight was his performance of the Vivaldi violin concertos with The Juilliard Chamber Orchestra at Lincoln Center". The New York Times "exciting performance conveyed an appreciation and understanding of the music." The International Tribune "astonishing technical prowess" The Hong Kong Standard

  • Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond, Brahms Violin & Piano Sonata No.3 in D Minor, Op.108, Mov.2

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. Performances include Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, special performance with the Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration, the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, The Juilliard Composers Concert, the Charlotte Orchestra, Hudson Valley Symphony, and members of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra among others. Performances also include major universities, performing arts centers and concert series such as Princeton University, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, The Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Lee University, Cumberland College, Union College, Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Gastonia Community Concert Association, Gardner-Webb University, Georgia Southwestern College Fine Arts, Oakwood College, Milligan College, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree where he studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. He was invited to perform for Lenwood Sloan, Director of Funding of the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C. and for other government dignitaries. Ray Dotoratos has also performed in Nassau, Bahamas at the invitation of its government. Ray Dotoratos' repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs Gary Hammond is a graduate of the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. His piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff and Herbert Stessin. Academic awards include a City University Graduate Fellowship, the Brechemin Scholarship at the University of Washington. In addition to winning the City University Graduate School's Dissertation Recital Award. Gary Hammond is on the faculties of Hunter College, City University of New York, the Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, the Sewanee Music Festival and has served as Artists-in-Residence at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. His collaborations in New York include the Friends & Enemies of New Music, singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom and Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." REVIEWS "a strong feeling of musical expression—eloquent—clearly defined sound—intelligent thought" The New York Times "The highlight was his performance of the Vivaldi violin concertos with The Juilliard Chamber Orchestra at Lincoln Center". The New York Times "exciting performance conveyed an appreciation and understanding of the music." The International Tribune "astonishing technical prowess" The Hong Kong Standard

  • Brahms Violin & Piano Sonata No.3 in D Minor, Op.108, Mov.3, Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, special performance with Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration. Performances at concert series, performing arts centers, universities include Princeton, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree and studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. His repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs. Gary Hammond graduated from the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. Piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff, Herbert Stessin. Faculty member of Hunter College, City University of New York, Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, Sewanee Music Festival, Artists-in-Residence at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. Collaborations include singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom, Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." Solo orchestral, recital and chamber music repertoire includes works by Albeniz,Albinoni,Ambrosio,Arensky,Bach,Barber,Bartok,Bax, Bazzini,Beethoven,Bennett,Berg,Beriot,Berlioz,Bernstein,Bizet,Bloch, Boccherini,Bohm,Borodin,Brahms,Britten.Bruch,Bruckner,Bull, Busoni,Cage,Casadesus,Castelnuovo-Tedesco,Chausson,Chopin, Conus,Copland,Corelli,Couperin,Cowell,Cui,d'Ambrosio,Dancla, Debussy,deFalla,Delius,Diamond,Dinicu/Heifetz,Dittersdorf,Dohnanyi, Donizetti,Dvorak,Elgar,Enesco,Enescu,Ernst,Faure,Fiocco,Fiorillo, Foster,Franck,Frescobaldi,Geminiani,Gershwin,Glazounov, Glazounoff,Gleire,Glinka,Gluck,Goldmark,Goosens,Gottschalk, Gounod,Grainger,Granados,Grieg,Handel,Haydn,Hindemith,Holst, Hummel,D'Indy,Ives,Janacek,Joplin,Kabalevsky,Khachaturian,Kodaly, Korngold,Kreisler,Kreutzer,Kroll,Lalo,Leclair,Liszt,Locatelli,Loeillet, Lully,Mahler,Marcello,Martini,Martinu,Marx,Mascagni,Massenet, Medtner,Mendelssohn,Menotti,Meyerbeer,Milhaud,Moffat,Monti, Moussorgsky,Mussorgsky,Mozart,Nardini,Nielsen,Novacek,Offenbach, Paderewski,Paganini,Pergolesi,Persichetti,Piston,Pleyel,Popper, Poulenc,Prokofiev,Prokofieff,Puccini,Pugnani,Purcell,Rachmaninov, Rachmaninoff,Rameau,Ravel,Reger,Respighi,Rimsky-Korsakov,Rode, Rossini,Rubinstein,Saint-Saens,Sammartini,Sarasate,Satie,Scarlatti, Schoenberg,Schubert,Schumann,Scriabin,Seitz,Shosatkovich, Sibelius,Sinding,Sitt,Smetana,Sousa, Spohr,Stamitz,Grant Still,Strauss,Stravinsky,Suk,Szymanowski,Tartini,Tchaikovsky, Telemann,Thome,Thomson,Tomasi,Torelli,Vaughan Williams, Veracini,Verdi,Vieutemps,VillaLobos,Viotti,Vitali,Vivaldi,Wagner, Walton,Weber, Webern, Wineiawski,Wlliams,Ysaye, Popular composers Arlen,Bock,Kern,Loewe,Porter,Rodgers, Webber,Williams.

  • Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond, Brahms Violin & Piano Sonata No.3 in D Minor, Op.108, Mov.4

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia and South America. Performances include Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, special performance with the Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration, the Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, The Juilliard Composers Concert, the Charlotte Orchestra, Hudson Valley Symphony, and members of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra among others. Performances also include major universities, performing arts centers and concert series such as Princeton University, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt University, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, The Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Lee University, Cumberland College, Union College, Fine Arts Association of Southeastern Kentucky, Gastonia Community Concert Association, Gardner-Webb University, Georgia Southwestern College Fine Arts, Oakwood College, Milligan College, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree where he studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. He was invited to perform for Lenwood Sloan, Director of Funding of the National Endowment for the Arts in Washington, D.C. and for other government dignitaries. Ray Dotoratos has also performed in Nassau, Bahamas at the invitation of its government. Ray Dotoratos' repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs Gary Hammond is a graduate of the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. His piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff and Herbert Stessin. Academic awards include a City University Graduate Fellowship, the Brechemin Scholarship at the University of Washington. In addition to winning the City University Graduate School's Dissertation Recital Award. Gary Hammond is on the faculties of Hunter College, City University of New York, the Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, the Sewanee Music Festival and has served as Artists-in-Residence at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. His collaborations in New York include the Friends & Enemies of New Music, singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom and Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." REVIEWS "a strong feeling of musical expression—eloquent—clearly defined sound—intelligent thought" The New York Times "The highlight was his performance of the Vivaldi violin concertos with The Juilliard Chamber Orchestra at Lincoln Center". The New York Times "exciting performance conveyed an appreciation and understanding of the music." The International Tribune "astonishing technical prowess" The Hong Kong Standard

  • The Phantom of the Opera "Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again" (Webber) Ray Dotoratos&Gary Hammond

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, special performance with Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration. Performances at concert series, performing arts centers, universities include Princeton, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree and studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. His repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs. Gary Hammond graduated from the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. Piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff, Herbert Stessin. Faculty member of Hunter College, City University of New York, Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, Sewanee Music Festival, Artists-in-Residence at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. Collaborations include singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom, Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." Solo orchestral, recital and chamber music repertoire includes works by Albeniz,Albinoni,Ambrosio,Arensky,Bach,Barber,Bartok,Bax, Bazzini,Beethoven,Bennett,Berg,Beriot,Berlioz,Bernstein,Bizet,Bloch, Boccherini,Bohm,Borodin,Brahms,Britten.Bruch,Bruckner,Bull, Busoni,Cage,Casadesus,Castelnuovo-Tedesco,Chausson,Chopin, Conus,Copland,Corelli,Couperin,Cowell,Cui,d'Ambrosio,Dancla, Debussy,deFalla,Delius,Diamond,Dinicu/Heifetz,Dittersdorf,Dohnanyi, Donizetti,Dvorak,Elgar,Enesco,Enescu,Ernst,Faure,Fiocco,Fiorillo, Foster,Franck,Frescobaldi,Geminiani,Gershwin,Glazounov, Glazounoff,Gleire,Glinka,Gluck,Goldmark,Goosens,Gottschalk, Gounod,Grainger,Granados,Grieg,Handel,Haydn,Hindemith,Holst, Hummel,D'Indy,Ives,Janacek,Joplin,Kabalevsky,Khachaturian,Kodaly, Korngold,Kreisler,Kreutzer,Kroll,Lalo,Leclair,Liszt,Locatelli,Loeillet, Lully,Mahler,Marcello,Martini,Martinu,Marx,Mascagni,Massenet, Medtner,Mendelssohn,Menotti,Meyerbeer,Milhaud,Moffat,Monti, Moussorgsky,Mussorgsky,Mozart,Nardini,Nielsen,Novacek,Offenbach, Paderewski,Paganini,Pergolesi,Persichetti,Piston,Pleyel,Popper, Poulenc,Prokofiev,Prokofieff,Puccini,Pugnani,Purcell,Rachmaninov, Rachmaninoff,Rameau,Ravel,Reger,Respighi,Rimsky-Korsakov,Rode, Rossini,Rubinstein,Saint-Saens,Sammartini,Sarasate,Satie,Scarlatti, Schoenberg,Schubert,Schumann,Scriabin,Seitz,Shosatkovich, Sibelius,Sinding,Sitt,Smetana,Sousa, Spohr,Stamitz,Grant Still,Strauss,Stravinsky,Suk,Szymanowski,Tartini,Tchaikovsky, Telemann,Thome,Thomson,Tomasi,Torelli,Vaughan Williams, Veracini,Verdi,Vieutemps,VillaLobos,Viotti,Vitali,Vivaldi,Wagner, Walton,Weber, Webern, Wineiawski,Wlliams,Ysaye, Popular composers Arlen,Bock,Kern,Loewe,Porter,Rodgers, Webber,Williams.

  • William Grant Still - Suite No. 3 "Gamin" for Violin & Piano, Ray Dotoratos & Gary Hammond

    Visit: www.dotoratos-hammond.com © 2012 ND Artists Management Concert Bookings: E-Mail: NDartsmgt@msn.com Violinist Ray Dotoratos and Pianist Gary Hammond's extensive international solo orchestral and recital performances include the United States, Europe, Asia, South America, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The White House, Washington D.C., New York City's Town Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Concert Hall, The Juilliard Theatre, Performing Arts Center, State University of New York at Purchase SUNY, Schoenberg Hall, Los Angeles, Meany Hall, Seattle, Glenn Memorial Hall, Atlanta, Gardner Museum, Boston, The Ordway, St. Paul, Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati, Lyman Center for the performing Arts, Glazunov Hall in St. Petersburg, Russia, Hong Kong City Hall, Hochshule, Germany, Academies Internacionales du Grand, Nancy, France, Musiques en Mer, Belarus, Italy, Auditorio Nacional, Costa Rica. Performances with members of the New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Juilliard Chamber Orchestra, special performance with Mozart Festival Orchestra honoring famed American composer and critic Virgil Thomson for his 90th birthday celebration. Performances at concert series, performing arts centers, universities include Princeton, University of California at Los Angeles UCLA, City University of New York CUNY, University of Cincinnati, Vanderbilt, University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Asheville Chamber Music Series, Austin Peay State University, Berea College, Rhodes Center for the Arts, Southern Connecticut State University, Tennessee State University, Park Hill Chamber Music Series, Southern Vermont Music Festival, Lake Placid Arts Center, and Estherwood. Radio performances include National Public Radio NPR, WQXR radio station of the New York Times, WNYC New York City, WETS-FM classical radio and Radio 4 Hong Kong. Ray Dotoratos graduated from The Juilliard School with a Bachelor's and Master's degree and studied violin with Ivan Galamian and Margaret Pardee. He also studied at the Meadowmount School of Music. He was a recipient of a full scholarship from the American Federation of Musicians. His repertoire encompasses some 65 concertos, 110 sonatas and 214 short works. He is a specialist in researching the composer's autograph, facsimile scores and first editions for each work that he performs. Gary Hammond graduated from the University of Washington and The Juilliard School. Piano teachers include Randolph Hokanson, Bela Siki, Josef Raieff, Herbert Stessin. Faculty member of Hunter College, City University of New York, Graduate Center, CUNY, University of the South, Sewanee Music Festival, Artists-in-Residence at Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia. Recordings include Altarus, Naxos and Partita labels. Collaborations include singer Marni Nixon, actresses Claire Bloom, Louise Rainer and cellist Astrid Schween. Deeply committed to contributing educational programs across the country, Ray Dotoratos and pianist Gary Hammond also donate school performances while concertising, promoting an understanding and enjoyment of a diversity of music for all ages and levels of musical appreciation. The White House has cited them for their "very impressive outreach program." Solo orchestral, recital and chamber music repertoire includes works by Albeniz,Albinoni,Ambrosio,Arensky,Bach,Barber,Bartok,Bax, Bazzini,Beethoven,Bennett,Berg,Beriot,Berlioz,Bernstein,Bizet,Bloch, Boccherini,Bohm,Borodin,Brahms,Britten.Bruch,Bruckner,Bull, Busoni,Cage,Casadesus,Castelnuovo-Tedesco,Chausson,Chopin, Conus,Copland,Corelli,Couperin,Cowell,Cui,d'Ambrosio,Dancla, Debussy,deFalla,Delius,Diamond,Dinicu/Heifetz,Dittersdorf,Dohnanyi, Donizetti,Dvorak,Elgar,Enesco,Enescu,Ernst,Faure,Fiocco,Fiorillo, Foster,Franck,Frescobaldi,Geminiani,Gershwin,Glazounov, Glazounoff,Gleire,Glinka,Gluck,Goldmark,Goosens,Gottschalk, Gounod,Grainger,Granados,Grieg,Handel,Haydn,Hindemith,Holst, Hummel,D'Indy,Ives,Janacek,Joplin,Kabalevsky,Khachaturian,Kodaly, Korngold,Kreisler,Kreutzer,Kroll,Lalo,Leclair,Liszt,Locatelli,Loeillet, Lully,Mahler,Marcello,Martini,Martinu,Marx,Mascagni,Massenet, Medtner,Mendelssohn,Menotti,Meyerbeer,Milhaud,Moffat,Monti, Moussorgsky,Mussorgsky,Mozart,Nardini,Nielsen,Novacek,Offenbach, Paderewski,Paganini,Pergolesi,Persichetti,Piston,Pleyel,Popper, Poulenc,Prokofiev,Prokofieff,Puccini,Pugnani,Purcell,Rachmaninov, Rachmaninoff,Rameau,Ravel,Reger,Respighi,Rimsky-Korsakov,Rode, Rossini,Rubinstein,Saint-Saens,Sammartini,Sarasate,Satie,Scarlatti, Schoenberg,Schubert,Schumann,Scriabin,Seitz,Shosatkovich, Sibelius,Sinding,Sitt,Smetana,Sousa, Spohr,Stamitz,Grant Still,Strauss,Stravinsky,Suk,Szymanowski,Tartini,Tchaikovsky, Telemann,Thome,Thomson,Tomasi,Torelli,Vaughan Williams, Veracini,Verdi,Vieutemps,VillaLobos,Viotti,Vitali,Vivaldi,Wagner, Walton,Weber, Webern, Wineiawski,Wlliams,Ysaye, Popular composers Arlen,Bock,Kern,Loewe,Porter,Rodgers, Webber,Williams.

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