Elizabeth Anderson

last updated 4/20/2018

Elizabeth Anderson

Controller at IDL Worldwide

Location:
135 NW Park Ave, Portland, Oregon, United States
Company:
IDL Worldwide
HQ Phone:
(971) 244-0970

General Information

Experience

Health and Wellness Consultant - Elizabeth Anderson Fitness

Mrs. Utah United States 2012-2013 - Mrs. Utah United States

Health and Wellness Promotion As Mrs. Utah - Zija International

Dietitian and Nutritionist - Elder Services

Education

MA

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Elizabeth Anderson | biographical notes
Elizabeth Anderson plays Harpsichord Elizabeth Anderson > biographical notes Elizabeth Anderson A highlight of Elizabeth Anderson's career was a recent appearance at the Old Bailey. The presentation for the City of London Festival of her music-theatre work The Man who shot a Lawyer in the Buttock -- researched, written and directed by Anderson -- was the first musical event ever to be staged at the Old Bailey. In the past few years, Anderson has become known for her concerto performances, for crossover, and for performances of Bach's Goldberg Variations. In July 2002 she appeared as soloist in Bach's d minor Concerto with the Koszalin Symphony Orchestra in Poland. She has given many performances of Bach's concertos as well as the major concertos of the 20th century (Poulenc, Martin, DeFalla) with the Australian Baroque Ensemble, the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the Queensland Philharmonic, the State Orchestra of Victoria, the Bach Festival Orchestra (Perth) and the Australian Opera and Ballet Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House. Her recording of DeFalla's Harpsichord Concerto on the Naxos label, released in 1998, won an Editor's Choice listing in Gramaphone Magazine. Elizabeth Anderson Elizabeth Anderson maintains a busy performing schedule, enjoys teaching, and is a regular guest lecturer and performer at universities and music schools throughout Australia. programme proposals send email to Elizabeth Anderson Copyright © 2003-6 Elizabeth Anderson. All rights reserved.

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Elizabeth Anderson plays Harpsichord
Elizabeth Anderson > reviews of harpsichord performances by Elizabeth Anderson Elizabeth Anderson's Goldberg variations are an event. Like a knowledgeable, enthusiastic guide, Anderson lovingly shepherds the listener across the huge musical canvas . . . one of the great beauties of this reading is the player's respect for the harpsichord as a plucked string instrument. Many harpsichordists flag in the course of the great Variation 25 (Landowska's black pearl), but it holds no terrors for Anderson, whose intense reading is gripping from start to finish. Elizabeth Anderson has delivered what the Goldbergs title page promised: 'refreshment of the spirit'. Anderson handled the difficult solo part with ease (Bach: C major concerto). For this music, she truly had the right touch. Tagespiegel (Berlin) This structural give and take makes for fascinating listening, and a powerful performance was forthcoming from Anderson. With formidable technique and heaps of vitality, harpsichordist Elizabeth Anderson swept through Bach's harpsichord concerto in D minor. Falla's Harpsichord Concerto . . . comes across as a likeably spiky piece, hot tempered and energetic . . . Elizabeth Anderson's . . . smoothness and refinement bringing out an often-overlooked lyrical breadth in the writing. Daily Telegraph (London) 22 August 1998 Elizabeth Anderson is a fine musician. Her playing was both lively and and sensitive with strength when needed. She certainly lived up to the flamboyance of many of the pieces with exciting displays of virtuosity. Yet all was marked by her superb phrasing and sympathetic understanding of the music. The precision, the delicate nuance, the lightness and the finesse of the performance of harpsichordist, Elizabeth Anderson, marvellous in the Sonatas in D major and minor, K140 and 141 of Scarlatti: the virtuosity that these works require is undoubtedly there. Peter Schöpf Tribune de Genève Harpsichordist trips the light Fandango Fandango is given a virtuoso performance to match the considerable demands that it makes on the performer. ... Puyana's rather flamboyant attitude to the notes ... can be contrasted with Anderson's absolute precision. n Anderson, Australia possesses an artist whose academic achievements endow her performance with a greater clarity of interpretation. ... Anderson has a considered and intelligent approach to authentic performance . . . Philip Nunn - The Age (Melbourne) Copyright © 2003-4 Elizabeth Anderson. All rights reserved.

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