I have just noticed that you enhanced list of Emily's events by various links. God job.
It is interesting that during one month (April - May) Emily had got 6 performances (events). And now: the rest of May, June, July and part of August she has nothing. I don't believe that she plans to have a rest. It would be too long time without any new messages about Emily. I hope she will be invited somewhere.
I was very happy when I saw those new Emily's pictures on her facebook page we posted also here on forum but I noticed just yesterday that there is also written there another new Emily's upcoming performance:
Noche de Ninos Gala May 8, 2010, Beverly Hilton, Los Angeles, CA
I still keep missing the important stuff on Facebook ...
Emily was honored to be asked to perform at the Noche de Ninos Gala to benefit The Children's Hospital of Los Angeles. She performed an original composition that she wrote for the occasion titled, "Tomorrow's Wishes". It is Emily's belief that every child should have many, many tomorrow's and many, many wishes. She got to meet many special people and was proud to be part of such a special cause.
And here is last year's entry. I hope the contacts there are still valid ...
On Saturday, May 9, 2009, the Beverly Hilton will be THE place to be as Noche de Niños kicks off another unforgettable star-studded evening of international glamour and top of the line entertainment. Our special guests this year include Jennifer Lope...z, Annette Bening and Warren Beatty. We are also pleased to welcome cast members from the hit show Dancing with the Stars, child prodigy pianist Emily Bear and more. Please contact the Special Events department at 323-361-5972 or SpecialEvents-AT-chla.usc.edu for information about sponsorship opportunities or to purchase tickets for this special event.
I only wanted to update some date of one future Emily's event. I have to correct one bad date of "28th Annual Young Steinway Concert" to November 1, 2009. You can find information about it on Emily's website and also on this page:
Emily Bear, piano eight years old, Emily Bear began her piano studies with Emilio del Rosario at age four. She currently studies piano with Mary Sauer of the Chicago Symphony and The New Music School. Additional mentors include Yoheved Kaplinsky, head of the Juilliard piano department, and jazz teacher Alan Swain. Emily is equally comfortable playing classical, jazz, and her own compositions. Emily made her solo debut at the Ravinia Music Festival at the age of five, and was the youngest performer in Ravinia history. She performed at the White House in 2008 and appeared three times on The Ellen Degeneres Show, playing original songs on each appearance. She performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 488 with the Rockford Symphony Orchestra and the Champaign-Urbana Symphony last spring, and has appeared with the Orlando Symphony Orchestra. Emily has released two CDs and has been featured on numerous television news stories. She is home-schooled and loves ballet (and all dance) and sports.
some data are not very actual
I am a bit confused about information on Emily's facebook page where one event (Rockford Symphony Orchestra) is written with date Sunday, March 28, 2010. So I suppose it is mistake. It was at that date this year.
Based on this article Emily has new/another performance in November.
------------ Bid on symphony’s Black Magic online auction
Rockford Symphony Orchestra’s Black Magic Ball online auction starts today.
More than 50 items are up for bid at rockfordsymphony.com, including a piece by quilt artist Robin Gausebeck, a membership to a pie-of-the-month club, a package at Clock Tower/CoCo Key and champagne brunch for six at Kiki B’s.
The RSO hopes to raise $5,000 for its performances and education programs.
The annual black-tie ball is Nov. 7 at Forest Hills Country Club in Rockford. Features dinner, dancing and a performance by young Rockford pianist Emily Bear. Tickets are $150 per person and available at 815-965-0049. ------------
PS. Ticket price is quite interesting. However If I could attend this event I would pay it. ;D
There is one video (slideshow) about Emily at that page. I think it is good to look at it.
However, I need your help. I don't know if my memory is so short or what but I don't remember that I would see so far last picture from that slideshow. Yes, Emily was many times in that pose but I don't remember that dark blue dress.
There is also another page but with the same info:
I'm not sure about the picture but it is early on she looks about 6 in the photo...but here is the picture that I thought was interesting. It is from Emily's first visit to Ellen and the interview we've never seen.
based on Emily's website, Emily has another performance on December 12th:
2009 Children's Ball - Magical Moments - Emily will be featured at This years, 2009 Children's Ball, benefitting Children's Memorial Hospital of Chicago. The Medical Research Institute Council (MRIC) of Children's Memorial Hospital invites you to attend the annual Children’s Ball, Magical Moments, on Saturday, December 12th. All funds raised through this event will support the MRIC's commitment to raising critical funds for pediatric medical research at the Children's Memorial Research Center. View the invitation.
PS: I hope Emily is already well as she should perform on Saturday.
I was three days away and after return I found good news. It looks Emily will perform in February 7th in Elmhurst. More details based on this article:
Piano prodigy to perform in Music at Bethel Submitted by Renee Tomell on January 28, 2010 - 6:46pm
Emily Bear, an 8-year-old piano prodigy from Rockford, will perform in concert along with Music at Bethel’s own Artistic Director Jeffrey Panko in a program titled “Parisian Masterpieces: Piano Works by Chopin and Ravel.” Panko will present favorite selections including the Sonata No. 3 in B minor by Chopin, and Ravel’s “Jeux d’eau.” Emily performed at the White House in 2008, and has appeared numerous times on “The Ellen Degeneres Show.”
The concert begins at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at Bethel United Church of Christ, 315 E. St. Charles Road, Elmhurst. Immediately following the performance, audience members are invited to attend a Meet the Artist dinner at The Standard Restaurant. A 15 percent discount on the meal is available to those attending the concert; call the church office at (630) 279-4040 for information and dinner reservations.
Emily began her piano studies with Emilio del Rosario at age 4. She currently studies piano with Mary Sauer of the Chicago Symphony and The New Music School. Emily is equally comfortable playing classical, jazz and her own compositions. Emily made her solo debut at the Ravinia Music Festival at age 5, and was the youngest performer in Ravinia history.
She performed Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 488 with the Rockford Symphony Orchestra and the Champaign-Urbana Symphony last spring. Emily was a recipient of a 2008 ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Competition award for her original song “Northern Lights.” She was one of nine winners in the 18-year-old and younger category out of a field of almost 600 applicants. She was asked to be one of two pianists to perform at the awards ceremony. Emily has released two compact discs and been featured on numerous television news stories.
Concert tickets cost $20, $18 for seniors and $5 for students.
Upcoming performances for Music at Bethel include “Chamber Music at Bethel,” showcasing The Millennium Chamber Players, at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 7; and the season finale, featuring the flute and harp duo Voilá, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 8.
eulenspiegel: @don @wolfgang am 30. Juni schon mal in der Schweiz http://www.openairguide.net/festivals/schweiz/blues-n-jazz/emily-bear
Mar 19, 2017 16:26:21 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: and 2nd time Steamboat Springs, July 8
Mar 19, 2017 23:04:12 GMT -6
Levi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8GpZNlfvPQY The Beatles, Roll Over Beethoven
Mar 20, 2017 0:38:07 GMT -6
Levi: The Beatles and especially the Rolling Stones were influenced by Chuck Berry. Keith Richards style is basically Chuck Berry guitar riffs.[br]https://youtu.be/l2sTmWr7ISY "Oh Carol",the Rolling Stones live, From the album 'GET YER YA-YA'S OUT!'
Mar 20, 2017 0:42:33 GMT -6
mastersgttom: According to concertsforamerica.com there is going to be a live broadcast of tonights event at 8:30pm EDT. Just go to the website and refresh the provided link at the designated time. A great opportunity to see Emily perform live. Hope it works.
Mar 20, 2017 10:33:43 GMT -6
wolfgang1959: Unfortunately bad timing for us here in Germany...
Mar 20, 2017 12:37:25 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: I hope its not only on facebook... if this really works here....
Mar 20, 2017 15:44:59 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: It does not work with my ipad. So perhaps someone can tell me afterwards. It seems that everything Mr Rudetzky streams, broadcasts is only for the elite. That cannot be true.
Mar 20, 2017 21:31:44 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: @stephenadams how is it?
Mar 20, 2017 21:37:51 GMT -6
mastersgttom: Sorry for those who live across the Atlantic that weren't able to get the live stream. Emily played a medley of songs I wasn't completely familiar with except the Bumble Boogie which ended the medley. She was great as usual. Nice ovation.
Mar 20, 2017 21:47:43 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: It works now and I found her part as Rudetzky told to show off 1:14::00 ff http://www.playbill.com/article/watch-concert-for-america-live-stream-with-chita-rivera-and-hamilton-stars
Mar 20, 2017 22:20:29 GMT -6
eulenspiegel: @don public, not public, sharing, not sharing???
Mar 21, 2017 4:04:53 GMT -6