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Alison has traveled extensively in the British Isles and Ireland, and she also enjoys performing with her husband and three daughters who were all raised in the Celtic music tradition. Arianna Goldina piano, chamber music, piano literature, piano pedagogy holds a Master of Music degree from the Juilliard School of Music and a Ph.

Goldina and Loumbrozo captured public attention after winning First Prize at two major international duo-piano competitions: They have recorded for the Pianissime, Cybelia and Phoenix labels. Goldina is an artist-lecturer at Moravian College. Lori Huth graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from West Chester University as a piano major, voice minor with a concentration in vocal-choral. At Moravian, she teaches both Suzuki and traditional piano.

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An advocate of new music, Robin has premiered works written for her by composers Larry Lipkis and Steven Sametz. She also recently recorded music by Paul Salerni for flute, guitar, and voice with guitarist Oren Fader and tenor Jan Opalach on the Albany label. Kistler currently maintains a private teaching studio, and is on the faculty of Moravian College and Allentown's Community Music School.

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In her spare time, Becky loves gardening, knitting, anything Disney, the beach, and spending time with her husband and their combined family of four kids. Later he moved on to study with educator and author for Mel Bay Publications, Inc. By the age of 14, he was playing clubs around the area professionally and would eventually graduate from the Lehigh Valley Charter School for the Performing Arts with the award for Outstanding Musical Achievement.

Zach then moved to Boston, Mass. Zach has become an in-demand drummer in the Lehigh Valley. He has experience playing in a wide range of styles from musical theater to heavy metal and has toured on a semi-national level. He has been a professional educator since graduating Moravian College in , developing a unique style of teaching that draws from his experience as both a life long student and performer. Steven Mathiesen is a member of the percussion section of the Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic and is principal timpanist with the Pennsylvania Sinfonia Orchestra and the Binghamton Philharmonic.

In January , he was a featured soloist with the Binghamton Philharmonic, performing Harmonic Rhythm, a timpani concerto composed by Russell Peck. He has accompanied many professional entertainers in their appearances at area venues.

His principal teachers were William Youhass and Allen Otte. He has also studied marimba with Leigh Howard Stevens. In addition to teaching at Moravian College, Mr. Mathiesen also teaches at Marywood University in Scranton. He and his family reside in the Poconos. While at Moravian, Tanya studied voice with Joanne Barsotti. Tanya is a member of American Guild of Musical Artists. Now residing in the Schnecksville area with her husband Tim and daughter Katharine, Tanya continues to perform regionally as a classical recitalist and opera professional.

While at Westminster, he performed, recorded and toured with the world-renowned Westminster Choir for some six seasons, performing as part of the Chorusin-residence for the Spoleto Festival of Two Worlds in Charleston, South Carolina and Spoleto, Italy. Oaten has participated in numerous professional recordings.

Oaten returned to Princeton as one of 23 singers hand-selected by Joseph Flummerfelt to participate in a recording, Like as a Hart: Psalms and Spiritual Songs on the Chesky label, which subsequently received critical acclaim. Edgar Shields Prize for excellence in Studio Teaching in For 31 seasons, Mr. Paul Rostock has been on the faculty at Moravian since as an instructor of double bass and bass guitar. He has directed jazz ensembles and teaches jazz history and improvisation practicum.

Paul is also one of the directors for the popular July Jazz Getaway and accompanies the guest artists who appear annually at the camp. Rostock is also an active free lance musician performing in a multitude of musical settings. He also tours and records with vocalist Frank Sinatra Jr. Paul and his family reside in Stroudsburg Pa.

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David Roth performs in a wide variety of both of classical and jazz settings. In the commercial music field, David has done keyboard work for Regis Philbin and Michael Amante, and he had given many live performances on radio and television. Everything she played had a warm, intimate tone and a textual transparency. Edgar Shields prize for outstanding studio teaching. Kim continued her studies with David P. Coombs and Jeffrey Winter. Currently, Kim is principal bassoonist and a soloist with The Allentown Band of which she has been an active member since During her tenure with the band, she has performed concerts in Switzerland and Austria as well as Carnegie Hall.

She is an adjunct music faculty member and artist lecturer teaching bassoon at Lehigh University, Moravian College and Muhlenberg College. Kim maintains a private woodwind studio in Bethlehem where she resides with her husband Greg. Audrey Simons is active as a cellist and instructor. She was subsequently awarded a teaching assistantship at the Temple University Esther Boyer College of Music, where she received the Master of Music Degree in music history with summa cum laude honors, and taught classes in music appreciation.

Simons is a cello instructor on the music faculty and teaches the String Techniques class for music education majors at Moravian College. Research interest and expertise Artist-Lecturer in viola and Suzuki violin. Rose, studying with Nathan Gottschalk, both with a concentration in viola. She finds her musical outlet immersing herself in chamber music with fellow chamber players in New England, Philadelphia and the Greater Lehigh Valley.

She maintains an active music studio in Coopersburg, and is on the faculty at Moravian College, as well as the Moravian Community Music Institute. Utilizing the premise that string performance involves the physical, psychological, and musical abilities of a player, her philosophy of teaching, based on natural physical motions nurtured in a non-judgmental environment, explores all three of these elements of performance. All are actively involved in their school music programs.

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Some have pursued violin or viola performance degrees at major conservatories both nationally and internationally. Others have pursued careers in law, medicine, architecture, film, teaching, technology and parenthood.

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All have taken with them a life long love and understanding of music. Barbara Tilden-Thompson has been on the music faculty at Moravian College since where she teaches applied piano, piano techniques and musicianship. She was awarded the fourth annual T Edgar Sheilds Prize for distinguished studio instruction in by students and faculty of the music department.

Mother of three grown children, Ms Thompson has been active in the Lehigh Valley as a chamber musician and piano pedagogue. Beginning piano studies at the age of five, she studied throughout her teenage years with Harriet Serr, assistant to legendary Madame Isabelle Vengerova. A graduate of Muhlenberg College with a dual degree in music and history, Ms.

She received her Ed. Brethren's House Office phone: Torok is a recording artist, pianist, composer, and conductor. Her recordings are heard internationally and are available on iTunes. Two of her compositions were written for a Amnesty International tribute to human rights, one of her musicals was featured at the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, and a commissioned composition was premiered at the Valley Forge National Historical Park in She has made a number of appearances on PBS.

Scot Walker is currently ranked as one of the top solo bagpipers in North America. A fourth-generation player with many years of experience, Mr. Walker offers instruction to players of all levels. His students have distinguished themselves at many bagpipe competitions throughout North America. She continued to teach for the next three years until she went away to College.

She volunteered at her local Church for four years as the Church Organist and also assisted other Churches during the summer with their music programs. Marcus produced three international Tchaikowsky Winners. Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. Skip to content Skip to search. Home This edition , English, Book, Illustrated edition: Subjects Foster, Lafayette S.

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Foster was the Senate president pro tempore in when Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. Atzerodt was executed in July for his role in the conspiracy. Had he killed the unsuspecting Johnson, Foster would have been Acting President, until an election could be held to choose a new President in December In that contentious presidential election, the Democratic candidate, Samuel Tilden, won the popular vote against Republican Rutherford B. Hayes, but the electoral vote was in dispute.

Different sets of electors were submitted by three states that would decide the election.