Chris Carmichael
Chris Carmichael
Chris Carmichael is a musician and arranger born in San Antonio, Texas on July 6, 1962. The son of an Air Force fighter pilot, Chris moved extensively before taking up the violin while living in Hampton, Virginia. After moving to Bowling Green, Kentucky in 1975, he entered into more formal training - studying violin with Western Kentucky University professor Betty Pease for eight years.
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William Robin: Emil Kang and The Rite of Spring
Huffington Post - over 4 years
It's been a busy fall for Emil Kang. For the past four years as Executive Director of Carolina Performing Arts, Kang has been planning The Rite of Spring at 100, an exploration of Igor Stravinsky and Vaslav Nijinsky's famous ballet that caused a riot at its premiere in 1913. In late October, that plan came to fruition with "Reassessing The Rite," a four-day academic conference featuring a bevvy of international scholars, followed by two sensational concerts by St. Petersburg's Mariinsky Orchestra under conductor Valery Gergiev. It ended with -- what else? -- a searing performance of The Rite of Spring. And that was just one week in the year-long The Rite of Spring at 100, which includes 24 concerts, 12 commissions for new works, and 19 courses taught on the University of North Carolina campus connected to the project. A piece that dramatizes the terrifying relationship between man and nature felt particularly appropriate to that week; the Mariinsky players barely made it ...
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Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation Announces New Strategic Focus And Brand Identity - Press Releases
Business Review USA - over 4 years
IRVINE, Calif., June 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ubiquity Broadcasting Corporation is changing its corporate name to Ubiquity Corporation reflecting the expansion of its core business from traditional broadcasting to intellectual property (IP) and software licensing and the continued development of it's digital content studios. Incorporated in these three areas, Ubiquity is also focusing on the development of key digital social media platforms based on its in house Intellectual Property namely the patents and trademarks. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120613/LA24626) (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120328/LA78436LOGO-b) "This new brand identity and strategic focus helps us better articulate our story to our customers and partners and moves us away from being identified as solely a broadcasting and content studio, to a fully integrated developer of next generation digital media platforms and content," said Chris Carmichael, CEO, Founder and Chairma ...
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Pedal power: Biking helps boost Transylvania's economy
Blue Ridge Now - almost 5 years
BREVARD — Just as Brevard and Transylvania County officials begin to discuss how to ratchet up economic growth, a new ally has rolled into town. Call it pedal power or burgeoning bike tourism, but events like last weekend's Assault on the Carolinas road race are giving the county a welcome economic boost. Officials hope the county's growing reputation as a road- and mountain-biking destination will pay off even more for local businesses. The 13th annual Assault on the Carolinas — a charitable 40K, 60K and 100K road race sponsored by the Pisgah Forest Rotary Club — brought more than 1,000 cyclists here Saturday to sample one of Transylvania's greatest assets: its curvy, steep mountain roads. The Hub bike shop in Pisgah Forest set sales records last weekend, said owner Sam Salman, but he added that business had already been strong because of tourists from Canada and the Midwest coming down to ride during the mild winter. "There's just been an explosion of riders this season," S ...
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Ubiquity Studios Adds the Latest Sony F35 to Its Arsenal - MarketWatch (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
CEO of Ubiquity Chris Carmichael said, "The Sony F35 is an amazing camera, and the quality is unmatched by any other. What I am most excited about is the new Sony F65 digital motion picture camera that is due in January 2012
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Harvest Moon marks 10 years - Morden Times
Google News - over 5 years
This year there are some really fantastic acts to see including: Deep Dark Woods (Saskatoon); John K. Samson; Christine Fellows; Nathan; Chris Carmichael; Ridley Bent; The Crooked Brothers; DJ Hunnicutt & DJ Co-op; Jess Reimer; Ingrid Gatin;
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Vail Restaurant Month dishes up four-week foodie adventure - Vail Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
This year, Vail Restaurant Month presents major events starring celebrity guests such as “RUN•RIDE•REFRESH” presented by Runner's World and Bicycling Magazine at Vail Chophouse, co-hosted by bicycling coach Chris Carmichael and running icon Ellen
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Basso jet lagged, worried about altitude - Vail Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
With Basso were Alison Dunlap, an Olympic mountain biker; Steve Johnson, the chief executive officer of USA Cycling; Steve McCauley, the USA Cycling Development Foundation director; Chris Carmichael, the coach of Lance Armstrong; and Uli Schoberer,
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The Phantom Arrives at Ubiquity Studios - PR Newswire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
"We brought the Phantom to Ubiquity Studios so we can offer the most highly sought after cameras and camera equipment to shoot action sports, movies, commercials, and television programs," stated Chris Carmichael, Ubiquity's CEO
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Roots-rocker Scott Nolan with special guest Chris Carmichael - blogTO (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
... and an honourable mention at the 2011 International Songwriting Competition (ISC). Fellow Winnipegger and well-known alt-rocker Chris Carmichael will open the show. Please visit www.scottnolan.ca or www.soundstrategymusic.ca/Scott_Nolan for more info
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Hotels bring the workout to your room - msnbc.com
Google News - over 5 years
“The increased popularity of in-room fitness options has to do with convenience and effectiveness,” said Chris Carmichael, CEO and head coach for Carmichael Training Systems. “People can get the job done without leaving their room, get it done quickly
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Prairie Path Cycles owner still coaches in spare time - Chicago Sun-Times
Google News - over 5 years
The system is named after Chris Carmichael, who rode for Farrell in 1985. Farrell's customer data base includes 68-year-old Bill Bien, who said he bought a $3000 road bike at the Batavia shop. Bien has undergone both a hip and knee replacement,
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For the love of (great) music - Uptown
Google News - over 5 years
... bassist Graham Isaak is a University of Manitoba music student who has played in classical/jazz ensembles around town; and drummer Ryan Voth has been enlisted to sit behind the kit for Chris Carmichael, Romi Mayes, Fresh IE, Daniel ROA and many,
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Vail Symposium screens 'Race Across the Sky 2010,' followed by Leadville 100 ... - RealVail
Google News - over 5 years
The screening will be followed by a panel discussion featuring the CEO of Life Time Fitness Bahram Akradi, the LT100 2010 winner in the women's category Rebecca Rusch, Lance Armstrong's trainer Chris Carmichael and seven-time LT 100 winner Dave Wiens
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Beating Father Time: Thinking about getting into cycling? Here are tips from ... - PennLive.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
The 1996 Big Spring High School graduate worked with Chris Carmichael (Lance Armstrong's coach) while in college. Beck, 33, raced professionally starting in 2003 throughout the US and also some in Ireland. His last triathlon competition came in May in
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Floyd Landis Details Lance Armstrong's Drug Use - Huffington Post
Google News - over 5 years
Watch clip: Landis discusses Armstrong reaching a secret money deal with the UCI (International Cycling Union, cycling's governing body) to cover up his positive drug test and how he believes Armstrong's coach, Chris Carmichael, was never actually his
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Sports Briefs - Santa Ynez Valley News
Google News - over 5 years
The grand opening will include an opportunity to ride with CTS Founder and renowned coach Chris Carmichael. Main Street Cycles will be on hand for a Trek Demo Day, enabling cyclists to test out a wide variety of Trek bicycles
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Cycling pioneers help unveil Pro Challenge jerseys - Aspen Times
Google News - over 5 years
"Their local organizing committee under Chris Carmichael has done an amazing job. I think you're going to see the race go there for many years to come. It's one of the great days of the event. It will look good on national television."
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Chris Carmichael
    TEENAGE
  • 1975
    Age 13
    After moving to Bowling Green, Kentucky in 1975, he entered into more formal training - studying violin with Western Kentucky University professor Betty Pease (a former student of Ivan Galamian) for eight years.
    More Details Hide Details While in the university environment, Chris also studied music theory, composition, orchestral and chamber performance under teachers; Dr. David Livingston (a former student of composer Roy Harris), Vsevolod Lezhnev, (principal cellist with the Moscow Philharmonic and Pittsburgh Symphony orchestras) and Leon Gregorian (head of Michigan State University's conducting program). After his formal training, he began a career as a touring musician for various artists in several genres including outlandish entertainers Joe Savage and Jason D. Williams (RCA). After moving to Nashville, Tennessee in the late 1980s, his group Fifteen Strings - a hard rock band - landed a major record deal with Atlantic Records in New York City. A few years later, he signed as a staff writer for Warner/Chappell in New York, but remained a Nashville resident. In the early 1990s, Chris transitioned in to full-time studio work and arranging. His orchestral arrangements have been performed by major groups such as the Boston Pops Orchestra.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1962
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    Chris Carmichael is a musician and arranger born in San Antonio, Texas on July 6, 1962.
    More Details Hide Details The son of an Air Force fighter pilot, Chris moved extensively before taking up the violin while living in Hampton, Virginia.
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