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Casals

Pablo . 1876--1973, Spanish cellist and composer, noted for his interpretation of J S Bach's cello suites
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Casal has more than 20 years' experience in the pharmaceutical and biotech industry and most recently worked for Aegerion Pharmaceuticals as a consultant, managing its commercial operations in the Iberia region.
Porat's works have been commissioned and performed by Andreas Scholl, Maria Joao Pires, Kim Kashkashian, Avi Avital, Cuarteto Casals and Nicolas Altstaedt, as well as the Academy of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.
The program will also include "colorful'' works by Casals, Ellington, Sondheim and other composers.
Par-dela l'interdiction de Madrid, notifiee par le tribunal constitutionnel, le scrutin a forte charge symbolique, sans aucune valeur legale, represente [beaucoup moins que] un point d'inflexion [beaucoup plus grand que] pour la presidente d'Onmium, Muriel Casals, revendiquant la demarche referendaire.
Rare tapes of classical greats including Rostropovich, Casals found
The overall global award went to the Pau Casals VIP lounge at Barcelona's El Prat airport in Spain.
Global Best Lounge: Pau Casals VIP lounge, Barcelona El Prat
According to the New York Post, King attended a London premiere for 'The Battle of the Sexes' along with group of women's tennis pioneers including 12-time Grand Slam champ Rosie Casals, Australian legends Judy Dalton and Evonne Goolagong, World Team Tennis commissioner and King's partner Ilana Kloss.
There's no power in nearly the entire city," Casals said.
His love of teaching took him to the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music, then directed by the legendary Pablo Casals; he also played principal horn in the Puerto Rico Symphony and was a member of the Casals Festival Orchestra alongside the young trumpeter who would later become his conductor in Seattle, Gerard Schwarz.
As is another Regis compilation: five CDs of all Elgar's major orchestral music (Campoli soloist in the Violin Concerto, Casals in the Cello Concerto), some little gems, too, under one of the very greatest of Elgar conductors, Sir Adrian Boult.
Cuba's hotel capacity now exceeds 52,000 rooms in 334 hotels, of which 62% are in four- and five-star properties, according to Carmen Casals, director of communications at Cuba's Ministry of Tourism.