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mimi stern-wolfe
Hometown: New York
Web site: http://www.downtownmusicproductions.org
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Biography:
Mimi Stern-Wolfe, pianist, is also artistic director and conductor of Downtown Music Productions, a concert performance organization in NYC. She has offered innovative and thought-provoking musical events with the Downtown Chamber & Opera Players and guest performers. She is a graduate of the School of Performing Arts, Queens College, with a Masters of Music in piano and conducting from New England Conservatory. She worked with Nadia Boulanger in Paris. She was conductor and vocal coach at Lake George Opera Festival, and the Aspen Music Festival. An accomplished pianist, Ms. Stern-Wolfe has given extensive concerts throughout the United States and Europe. She is initiator of the on-going series Jewish Music Currents, which presents quality chamber and vocal music to audiences. Over several years, Erwin Schulhoff Re-Discovered and Lost and Found were presented at Merkin Hall as part of Ms. Stern-Wolfe's efforts to introduce Schulhoff's complete chamber & piano works to the public. In 1989 she began a series of Composers of the Holocaust concerts which has offered the music of lost Terezin and Eastern European composers to audiences. Ms. Stern-Wolfe was awarded the "Laurel Leaf" award for "fostering American Music", two ASCAP/CMA awards for "adventuresome programming" and the Mayor's Special Arts award in Music for her "exceptional contribution to the arts and multi-cultural life of New York City." She was musical consultant and active performer at the United States Memorial Holocaust Museum in Washington for five years. Composers of the Holocaust, now a CD, can be ordered by emailing: dmpmimi@msn.com
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. . Ms. Stern-Wolfe was awarded the "Laurel Leaf" award for "fostering American Music", two ASCAP/CMA awards for "adventuresome programming" and the Mayor's Special Arts award in Music for her "exceptional contribution to the arts and multi-cultural life of New York City." She was musical consultant and active performer at the United States Memorial Holocaust Museum in Washington for five years. Composers of the Holocaust, now a CD, can be ordered by emailing: dmpmimi@verizon.net
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