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10 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 2014 in Silver City 121 Submitted by GCCCAJ$i/ver City debut at age eleven with the New Symphony Orchestra. In the same On Monday, April 21s=, area York Philharmonic at their tradi- year, he won the renowned ARD music lovers will have a rare op- tional New Year's Eve concert. She International Music Competition portunity indeed. World-re- received a standing ovation. At in Munich and the Nippon Mu- nowned violinist age twenty-one shesic Award in Tokyo - recognition Midori, now in the started an organiza- that has since the basis 31st year of her ca- tion to to for an active and diverse interna- reer, will perform at underserved children tional performing career. He is 7:30 in the Fine Arts in Japan and- in the also a laureate of the Cleveland International Piano Competition. Center Theater on United States. SheMr. Aydin regularly performs the W.N.M.U. cam- continues to be hon- chamber music concerts and re- pus in Silver City, ored for this work and citals in prestigious concert ven- New Mexico. Silver recognized as an in- ues in Europe, the U.S. and Ja- City is privileged to novative communitypan. host one of the fin- engagement activist. These days Midori's perfor- est musicians in the world today. In 2007 Midori was named mances criss-cross the globe, and Midori was born in Osaka, "United Nations Messenger of sh6 also serves as Chair of the Japan. Her mother, a violinist and Peace," a title bestowed upon dis- Strings Department at the Univer- Midori's first teacher, recognized tinguished individuals carefully sity of Southern California. This her daughter's potential at a very selected from the fields of art, year will mark the occasions of early age when the toddler was music, literature and sports, who her very first performances in Ice: humming a piece of music that have agreed to help focus world- land, India and Africa. she had heard days earlier at one wide attention on the work of the Tickets for the evening con- of her mother's rehearsals. Midori United Nation. cert are $15 for season ticket sub- received a one-sixteenth size vio- Midori's accompanist isscribers, $20 for adult non-sub- lin when she was three years old, Ozgur Aydin, a Turkish pianist scribers, and $5 for students to age 17. They are being sold at and she has said that learning to born in the United States, who Western Stationers, Alotta Gelato, playwas as natural for her as learn- made his major orchestral debut online at, ing to talk. Zubin Mehta heard in 1997 in a performance ot~ and in the lobby at the concert. Midori play in 1982 and invited Brahms' Piano Concerto No.1 in For further information, call 538- her to maker her now legendary D minor with the Bavarian Radio 5862. The Hidalgo County Food Coalition and the Hidalgo County Cooperative Extension will be hosting a gardening series. All classes will be held at the Old Senior Center 317 East 4th St. Lordsburg. Hand on activities will take place at the Hidalgo Youth Demonstration Garden at the Fairgrounds. Saturday, April 19th 9 AM to Noon . Composting , Cover Crops , Companion Planting Saturday, May lOth 9 AM to Noon * Good Agricultural Practices , Farm and Food Safety Harvesting New Mexico State University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educator. NMSU the U.S. Department of Agriculture, and Hidalgo County cooperating.. "/f you are an individual with a disability and need an auxiliary aid or service please contact the Hidalgo County Cooperative .Extension Office at 575-542-9291. ". f 'our | II 1 rma rro ion 226 E. 2nd ii i1