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September 30, 2002
Michele L. Althouse Assistant principal, Williamsport High School Education: Bachelor of education in music from Millersville University; master of education in administration and supervision from Frostburg State University. Mentor: "Carol J. Myers. She was my music supervisor in college. " Favorite part of the job: "Making a difference in the life of a young adult. " Biggest challenges of your job: "Time and stress management. " Favorite music: "Classical music - anything by Mozart.
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LIFESTYLE
December 22, 2010
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. -- The CVSM Community Symphonic Band is accepting new members who are interested in performing in a concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 30. The program for the concert will include classical music, musical theater, jazz, marches and traditional concert band music. Rehearsals are scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Sundays, Jan. 9, 16 and 23 in the Chambersburg Area Middle School band room, 1151 E. McKinley St., Chambersburg. The CVSM Community Symphonic Band will be led by Tim Gotwald.
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By KATE COLEMAN | November 12, 1998
Terrence Wilson was an 8-year-old in the Bronx when he chanced upon a classical radio station. After that, whenever a piano was available, he amazed his family and teachers by easily playing pieces he had heard on the radio or recordings. --cont. from lifestyle -- Wilson, who turned 23 last week, has been amazing audiences in performances all over the United States. He's also played in France and Switzerland. Chosen as soloist by Maryland Symphony Orchestra music director candidate Markand Thakar, Wilson will play Prokofiev's "Piano Concerto No. 3" Saturday, Nov. 14, and Sunday, Nov. 15, at The Maryland Theatre.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | April 9, 2009
In the beginning, people referred to Project as the group with the beat-boxing flute. But Project's string bass player, Peter Seymour, sees it a bit differently, in broader terms. Seymour says Project is the embodiment of the contemporary chamber music ensemble, except this breed of musicians -- bassist Seymour, flutist Greg Pattillo and cellist Eric Stephenson -- have expanded on this concept of classical music. Hence the beat-boxing flute, a tenet of "classical" hip-hop.
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by TRISH RUDDER | April 18, 2006
BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. - Why go to a chamber music concert? Because there is no comparison between listening to recorded classical music and hearing and seeing a live concert performance, say members of a Morgan County-based ensemble. The Warm Springs Chamber Ensemble, comprised of Berkeley Springs residents Heather Worley, Linda Whitesitt and Patricia Stringer, recently performed some of the most beautiful chamber music ever written for string instruments and piano. Chamber music is a form of classical music performed in an intimate atmosphere, which gained popularity in the 1800s.
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by MARLO BARNHART | December 28, 2006
HAGERSTOWN - Paul Gould's appreciation for classical music was plain to see on his face as he listened to his friend, Leah Claiborne, play the piano for his enjoyment a few days before Christmas. "I so look forward to her visits and her music," Gould said. "I was a piano player myself until five years ago. " A former chief financial officer for Frick Co. in Waynesboro, Pa., Gould has been a resident at Western Maryland Hospital Center in Hagerstown for the past two years. Gould, 67, has amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
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by KATE COLEMAN | February 8, 2007
Petr Skopek, 33, is a member of the first violin section of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra. Born in Czechoslovakia, Skopek lives in Hagers-town, which he calls a "great place, a well-kept secret," with his wife, Tia, and their 2 1/2-year-old daughter, Dahlia, for whom he recently bought a one-sixteenth-size violin. Q: How long have you been playing the violin? When did you start? Why? A: I've been playing since I was 6. My mother started me on the violin. I didn't want to play the violin; I thought it was a really girly instrument.
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By TIFFANY ARNOLD | December 18, 2008
SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - It seemed only fitting that British guitarist Adrian Legg took the phone call for this interview from a Chicago hotel room. It was even more fitting that at the time of the call, he said he was in the middle of writing in his journal about last night's gig gone wrong. In fact, he compared the Chicago venue from the night before with some of the seedy Irish pubs he's played in. "Except there wasn't any blood at this one," Legg said, laughing. Hopefully, he will have better luck in West Virginia this weekend.
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by KAREN HANNA | May 7, 2007
HAGERSTOWN - At 3 years old, Lawren Hill would end little performances for friends and family by demanding applause. At least, the 18-year-old said, that's what her mother claims. This fall, Hill will try to win her spot in the limelight of "American Idol. " As the winner of the Washington County Teen Idol contest Saturday night at The Maryland Theatre, Hill will enjoy an all expenses-paid trip to tryouts in New York in November. "It's always been my passion since I was about like 3," said Hill, who spoke by phone late Sunday after a performance with the Shepherd University Masterworks Chorale.
NEWS
November 9, 2004
Opening this week at the movies: · "After the Sunset" (PG-13) - After a successful last score, a master thief (Pierce Brosnan) retires to an island paradise. His lifelong nemesis, a crafty FBI agent, washes ashore to ensure he's making good on his promise. They soon begin a new game of cat-and-mouse. Salma Hayek, Woody Harrelson, Don Cheadle and Naomie Harris also star. · "Finding Neverland" (PG) - The movie details a fictional account of "Peter Pan" author J.M. Barrie preparing the work that would make him famous.
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