Karen Lee Bechert | Romantic Violin Album 3

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Romantic Violin Album 3

by Karen Lee Bechert

Romantic Showpieces for Classical Violin and Piano
Genre: Classical: Romantic Era
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1. Polonaise Brillante No. 2 in A Major, Op. 21 Karen Lee
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2. Hungarian Dance No. 1 Karen Lee
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3. The Swan, from the Carnival of the Animals Karen Lee
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4. Moses Fantasie: Variations On One String On A Theme By Rossini Karen Lee
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5. Cantabile, Op. 17 Karen Lee
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6. Hungarian Dance No. 7 Karen Lee
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7. Nocturne Karen Lee
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8. Poupee Valsante (Dancing Doll) Karen Lee
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9. Songs My Mother Taught Me (transcription of Dvorak's Gypsy Songs, Op.55, No.4) Karen Lee
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10. Valse Scherzo, op.34 Karen Lee
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11. Ave Maria Karen Lee
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Karen Lee Bechert, M.D., M.P.H., started the violin at the age of four and was a laureate in the Sir Yehudi Menuhin International Competition in England and the Paganini International Competition in Italy. Her works can be previewed at http://www.classicalviolin.org. She received first place in the National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts Competition, the National Federation of Music Clubs Competition, and the regional WAMSO Competition. She was also the youngest winner of the YPSCA Competition of the MN Orchestra. Other prizes included 1st Prize in the Providence Journal Music Competition, 2nd Prize in the Julius Stulburg National String Competition, 1st Prize in the Schubert Club and Thursday Musical Competitions of MN. She has appeared as soloist with the Minnesota Orchestra, Rhode Island Philharmonic, the City of London Sinfonia, the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, and many others. As a recitalist, she has played in Jordan Hall, the Gardner Museum, Honan-Allston Public Library (MA) and the Janet Wallace Auditorium. She was featured on Minnesota Public Radio, (MPR), WQXR NYC's McGraw Hill's "Young Artist Showcase,"and performed in the National String Orchestra at Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center as a teenager. She has been featured on the nationally syndicated TV show, CBS “Sunday Morning” in a feature entitled “Music and Medicine” and appeared in a Schubert Club program which featured speaker Dr. Timothy Johnson from ABC News. Dr. Lee also appeared as a guest Artist and Instructor at Northeastern University, Boston, performing the Paganini Violin Concerto No. 1, and as a soloist with the Minnesota Sinfonia.

For over ten years, she temporarily gave up music to obtain a degree in medicine and is currently a board-certified geriatrician and primary care physician. As a medical filmmaker, she has produced patient education programs in conjunction with the Minnesota Department of Health. Dr. Lee was recently awarded the 20th Annual 2009 Aegis Video and Film Production Award, the video industry's premier competition for peer recognition of outstanding video productions and non-network TV commercials, for her work in underserved populations.

Dr. Lee is also the founder of a medical multimedia company, MD Kiosk, Inc, (www.mdkiosk.com), and has broadcasted patient education pieces internationally on satellite television, IPTV/VOD, and other IT platforms. She has also created music videos for mind-body healing. Her involvement in MD Kiosk has included medical writing, graphic design, poetry/music therapy, film production and editing. She is also a composer and sometimes composes or uses her own classical sound tracks for the medical films she produces.

Her degrees include an Artist Diploma from the New England Conservatory, a B.A. in Biology and M.P.H. from Harvard University, and a M.D. from the University of MN Medical School. Dr. Lee obtained fellowship training in geriatric medicine at Harvard Medical School.


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John

Great energy and interpretation
I highly recommend the collection. The artist shows incredible vitality and energy combined with remarkable technique.