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July 19, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES ORANGE COUNTY MUSIC CRITIC
At the Martinson house in Santa Monica, brothers Haldan, 19, and Anders, 16, generally practice the violin and piano in separate rooms. Recently, though, they've been practicing together for a joint appearance Thursday, July 19, sponsored at the Seal Beach Chamber Music Festival by the Long Beach branch of the California Music Teachers Assn. Their dad, a biochemist at UCLA, and mother, an administrator at Kaiser PermanenteHospital in West L.A.
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July 19, 1990 | CHRIS PASLES, TIMES ORANGE COUNTY MUSIC CRITIC
At the Martinson house in Santa Monica, brothers Haldan, 19, and Anders, 16, generally practice the violin and piano in separate rooms. Recently, though, they've been practicing together for a joint appearance Thursday, July 19, sponsored at the Seal Beach Chamber Music Festival by the Long Beach branch of the California Music Teachers Assn. Their dad, a biochemist at UCLA, and mother, an administrator at Kaiser PermanenteHospital in West L.A.
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April 24, 1986 | NANCY GRAHAM, Times Staff Writer
Alvin Mills will conduct a free concerto concert of the Brentwood-Westwood Symphony showcasing the "Artists of Tomorrow," winners of the orchestra's annual competition. They will perform at 3 p.m. May 18 in the auditorium of Paul Revere High School, Allenford Drive and Sunset Boulevard. Soloists will be Kristina Cooper and Margot McCoy, cellists; Steven Copes and Laura Frautschi, violinists; Craig Donkin, flutist, and Vicki Esquenazi, Aeri Lee and Anders Martinson, pianists.
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October 1, 1992 | BEA MAXWELL
Population Education Committee honored Jack Lemmon at a black-tie gala Sept. 15 at the Beverly Hilton. The committee was founded in 1986 to educate the public about population growth and environmental degradation. Honorary chairmen were Shirley MacLaine, Henry Rogers and Robert Wycoff. Net proceeds of $50,000 will be used to provide programs to combat overpopulation. * Music and Entertainment Industry Chapter for City of Hope National Medical Center raised $2.5 million at its Sept.
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October 3, 1991 | JOHN HENKEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
When violinist Haldan Martinson signed up for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Institute, he wasn't sure what to expect from the seven-week training course for instrumentalists and conductors. But the moment he began playing under the leadership of renowned Soviet conductor Yuri Temirkanov, Martinson knew he was at a new level of learning. "When Temirkanov came, that was an extraordinary experience," said Martinson, a 20-year-old sophomore at Yale and concertmaster of the orchestra there.
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December 3, 1988 | PATTI VYZRALEK, Vyzralek, a Calendar intern, is a graduate student at USC. and
For 17-year-old Jessica D. Vallot, dance is everything. What she eats, when she sleeps and how she spends her time are dictated by her love of dance. "I just recently learned how to dance to my fullest. To push myself. It's really hard and there will be days when I don't want to dance, but I wouldn't give up what I'm having right now for a social life," said Vallot, a senior at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts.
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December 23, 1988 | JIM SCHMALTZ, Schmaltz is a Los Angeles free-lance writer. and
Cristin Mortenson and Jessica Vallot had barely had enough time to let it sink in. The two Los Angeles-area 17-year-olds had won a major arts competition and were the subjects of instant media attention. They also received accolades from teachers and fellow students who say they expect great futures for the two girls. Now the real test begins: to deal with the challenge of early success and to succeed again.
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