Thursday, September 22, 2016

Grand Haven Tribune: A Night with Aaron Dworkin: Where music meets social justice [Grand Haven High School, Thursday, October 6, 7 PM]

Aaron P. Dworkin

• Today at 3:00 PM

GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Aaron Dworkin, dean of the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, will speak and perform in Grand Haven on Thursday, Oct. 6.
This event will illustrate how music, poetry and the art of humanity are strong bonds that unite us all. It will be held at Grand Haven High School’s Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m.
An artist, author, musician and poet, Dworkin will lead the audience on a journey through moving poetry and stirring orchestral music.
“We are fortunate to have so much talent and inspiration connecting us all through music,” said Melissa Meyers, GHHS orchestra director.
Dworkin is the founder and former president of the Sphinx Organization, the leading national arts organization that focuses on youth development and diversity in classical music.
Dworkin will be accompanied by the GHHS Chamber Orchestra under the direction of Meyers and featured guests Solee Lee-Clark, adjunct professor, Muskegon Community College; Pablo Mahave-Veglia, professor, Grand Valley State University Music Department; Rodney Page, music educator and performer; and Bill Ryan, composer.

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Thanks so much Bill... cool!  Aaron  [Aaron P. Dworkin]

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