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Music for the Young at Heart #3

Working on a new Music for the Young at Heart..

featuring music from Russian and Polish composers
and more.

Music for th Young at Heart Part 2 - April 9, 2016

Music from Central Europe
"On the Danube"
West Milford Presbyterian Church

Spotswood Orchestra - April 27, 2010

Steve and I drove down to Fredericksburg to participate in
a Fund Raiser/ Concert.

Great response, large audience and we made a great deal of money for
the homeless and women's shelters in their area.

Glad to be home and on my own piano...

recording again - March 2, 2009

I have been recording and editing a untitled CD
at Bennett Studios
in Englewood NJ with Engineer Dave Kowalski.
Last week
I finally got back to work on Caroline Newman's " 5 Inflections " hopefully soon i will record
Godfrey Schroth's " Votive Offerings" and a new piece
written just for my cd....
Gary Eskow 's " A Short Discourse on the Blues"

Happy Birthday Felix Mendelsohn - February 2, 2009

Today 's Monthly Program presented by The
Professional Music Teacher's
Guild featured lectures and
performances given by many of its members
including Azar Gordon,
John Lampkin, Angelyn MacWilliams, Abby Owens,
Jackie Schiller and Godfrey
Schroth.
We celebrated Felix Mendelsohn's birthday by
performing some of his
best piano works.
I performed "Regrets" from
his Song Without Words.

September News - August 6, 2007

I have been asked
to present a lecture/performance
for the Learning Unlimited
Program at Hillcrest School
in early October.

Private Lessons at my studio
will start the first week
of school. Looking forward
to seeing all my students
and hoping they practiced
over the summer.

happy birthday Godfrey... - January 17, 2007

On January 7th 2007
Composer Godfrey Schroth
celebrated his 80th birthday
at his home by inviting friends/collegues to come and perform some his wonderful works.
I was very happy to perform
#3 and #4 of "Amusings " a
piece which I always enjoy
playing.
Other guest/performers were Jackie Schiller, pianist
Anne Marie Church, soprano
& The Palisades Virtuosi.
His wife Dorothy also performed a section of his
Rhapsodic Prelude.

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