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Mr. Eric Stumacher

Interactive Gaming Council

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Interactive Gaming Council

175 2906 West Broadway

Vancouver, British Columbia V6K 2G8


Company Description

The IGC is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1996 in the US, subsequently relocating to Vancouver, Canada and incorporating there in March 2000. The organization was established to provide a forum for interested parties to address issues and advanc ... more

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Apple Hill

Keene Chamber Orchestra

Sonad Peace Project


The Juilliard School

University of Pennsylvania


Julliard School

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What, to Palestinians and Israelis, is worth great risks -- personal dangers to life, and loss of social acceptance by

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EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Eric Stumacher (estu@monad.net)


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THE SONAD PROJECT-- http://sonadproject.org/ -- of Eric and Kathy Stumacher ( EStumacher@gmail.com ) demonstrates that performing arts can create a worldwide transformational personal connection that transcend political, economic, racial, cultural, ethnic, gender, education, and generational divides.

For thirty-five years, Eric Stumacher served as Founder, Pianist, and Executive and Artistic Director of the Apple Hill Chamber Players, and the Apple Hill Playing for Peace Project.

Eric ...

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Eric Stumacher

Eric Stumacher, piano
Eric Stumacher, founder, pianist, and director of the Sonad Peace Project and the Keene Chamber Orchestra, has performed concerti, solo recitals, and chamber music concerts worldwide to critical acclaim for over forty years. Mr. Stumacher's solo playing has been called "extraordinarily effective" by the New York Times.
For thirty-five years, Mr. Stumacher served as founder, pianist, and executive and artistic director of the Apple Hill Chamber Players, Apple Hill, and the Apple Hill Playing for Peace Project, before resigning in October, 2007 to establish the Sonad Peace Project.
Mr. Stumacher studied with Eleanor Sokoloff, Rosina Lhevinne, and Beveridge Webster, and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and The Juilliard School.
"Eric Stumacher does indeed know how to play the piano! In each of the meditative works heard in this recital, he evidences an understanding of the internal construction of the piece. His touch is sensitive, his phrases well shaped, and the loving care he places on each piece is as though it is something to be savored, such as a delicate morsel or a fine wine....If you're looking for a CD to help you unwind after a long, hard day, this may be just what the doctor ordered. I will be looking forward to hearing this pianist in the coming recordings of the complete Beethoven Concerti and Pictures at a Exhibition. I heartily recommend this CD to pianophiles as a good initiation to the artistry of Eric Stumacher."
Mr. Stumacher resides in Nelson, NH with his wife, Kathy, a violist, administrator, and retired day care professional, and they have three astonishing children and six amazing grandchildren.
We welcome Mr. Stumacher to his first performance on the Historical Piano Concerts series.

Commissioned and premiered by Los Angeles ...

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Commissioned and premiered by Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra (Kenneth Munday, bassoon; Jeffrey Kahane, conductor), Keene Chamber Orchestra (NH) (Joy Flemming, bassoon; Eric Stumacher, conductor), Santa Rosa Symphony (John Steinmetz, bassoon; Jeffrey Kahane, conductor).

I met Joy Flemming, the soloist ...

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I met Joy Flemming, the soloist in Keene, when I first went to teach at Apple Hill music camp at the dawn of the '80s, and the total stranger who had invited me to Apple Hill was Eric Stumacher, the conductor in Keene.

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