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Emeritus Spring 2008 Schedule

Emeritus Spring 2008 Schedule

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Richland College Emeritus Spring 2008 Schedule
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EMERITUS CLASS SCHEDULE SPRING 2009
972-238-6972 www.richlandcollege.edu/emeritus
IT ALL BEGINS HERE.
Three Extra-Special Events!
Volunteer Opportunities
 
Emeritus Special Event
Thursday, March 12, 2009
9:00 a.m.– 3:00 p.m.Fannin Performance Hall
Doors open at 8:30 a.m.
Music:The World’s Storyteller 
Stories are the fabric of life.
We learn more from stories than from anytextbook because they are personal.They resonate at the core of our being and shinea light on what it is that makes us human. Language, as essential as it is, is an unfor-tunate barrier to the universal sharing of our stories.Fortunately, we have music.Musicis the bridge that connects us all.
Music tells the stories that language itself cannot.
Musicbypasses the spoken word and goes directly to our core - that same core that is somoved by a good story.Through music we learn fascinating and unexpected thingsabout both ourselves and others with whom we share this wonderful planet.Music trulyis
the world’s storyteller,
and when we listen deeply, we become a part of that story.
FeaturingJamie Allen,
Director of Education, Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Gayle Ross,
Lecturer and world traveler 
Young Strings,
Dallas Symphony Orchestra
Musicians,
Dallas Symphony Orchestra and other orchestras
Dr.Michael Crawford,
Director of Choral Music, Richland College andRichland Chorale
Jamie Allen
has 20 years of experience as a composer,conductor, performer, and music educator. He was named“Composer of theYear” by the New Mexico Music Teachers Asso-ciation. He has presented educational programs for the Santa FeOpera, The Dallas Opera, The LivingOpera, Santa Fe New Music and TheDallas Symphony Orchestra.
Gayle Ross
has a diverse personalhistory blending performance, educationand travel. She has degrees in vocal performance and was aprofessional singer in the DFW and Denver area for years. Her travel experiences around the world introduced her to regional andworld music. She currently is active in the field of adult educationfor SMU and Richland College.
 
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Emeritus Special Event
Thursday, March 12, 20099:00 a.m.– 3:00 p.m.
Music:The World’s Storyteller 
Dr. Michael Crawford
currently serves as Associate Dean of Performing Arts and Choral Director at Richland College. Prior to histenure at Richland, Dr. Crawford served as Dean of Fine Arts at CollinCounty Community College and Artistic Director/Conductor of the TurtleCreek Chorale.Dr.Crawford is in demand as an adjudicator, clinician andfestival director locally, nationally, and internationally.
Young Strings
Creating opportunities for minority string students,this nationally recognized program identifies talented young African- American and Hispanic musicians, provides them with free privatelessons from DSO musicians, and supports their progress throughmentoring, performance, opportunities, concert attendance and instru-ment loans.
Program
9:00 Coffee and Registration9:45 Gayle Ross10:30 Dr.Michael Crawford & Richland Choral Department11:00 Break11:20 Jamie Allen & the DSOYoung Strings12:00 Lunch1:00 Gayle Ross1:30 Jamie Allen, Dr.Cindy Castaneda, Narrator andMusicians present
“The Man Who Couldn’t Stop Dancing” 
The ManWho Couldn’t Stop Dancing
is an original composition by Jamie Allen based ona New Mexican folk tale.With a deft and supple musical touch, the work follows the exploitsof a poor, young boy as he looks for work to support his mother.His journey is extraordinary with an exciting conclusion.It was premiered in Santa Fe in 1999.
Morning coffee and box lunch included – $25Check in and receive lunch ticket 9:00 – 9:25 a.m.Program begins at 9:30 a.m.Open SeatingRegister now by calling the Continuing Education Department
972-238-6147
or 
972-238-6146
Course No.543558
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