A LEAN TOWARD MUSIC--When the University of Rochester Chamber Orchestra traveled to Italy in May, it was a trip filled with making music--and memories, like this one at the Leaning Tower of Pisa. The 30 students who participated performed concerts and held workshops with local students in Arezzo in the Tuscany region. David Harman, professor of music and director of orchestral activities in the College Music Program, also is the orchestra's founder and conductor. Reflecting on the trip he said, "It really helps one to understand the context of the music if you've got a chance to actually be in the place where it was written."
July 6, 1999
Volume 27 Number 12
- Summer institute eyes visual culture
- Chemistry professor makes DNA discovery
- 'Antisense' compound targets disease
- New center to focus on education reform
- UTD announces phone-system rollout plan
- Parthé, Givens to edit Russian journal
- Lupacks write of America's King Arthur
- Barrett, Chiarenza win Fairchild Award
- Gallery gets $150,000 Luce grant
- UHS receives accreditation from JCAHO
- Friends of the Libraries give $30,000
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