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The Carol Rifelj Lecture Series - Spring 2015

Wednesday, April 1, 4:30 p.m.

Marybeth Nevins, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, “Maidu Language Creation Stories in a Shared Californian Landscape.”

Wednesday, April 8, 4:30 p.m. (will be held in Mead Chapel)
Jeff Buettner, Department of Music, with College Chaplains Laurie Jordan, Ira Schiffer, Naila Baloch and Beau Scurich, “One City, Three Faiths, Four Chaplains and a Choir.”

Wednesday, April 22, 4:30 p.m.
Jon Isham, Department of Economics, “Social Entrepreneurship in the Liberal Arts: Promise and Pitfalls.”

For location information go here.

 
 

Private Music Lessons

 

AFFILIATE ARTISTS 2014 - 2015

Affiliate%20Artists

 

Bagpipes and Celtic Whistle,
Irish and Scottish Harp

Timothy Cummings, bagpipes,
Irish whistle
pipingtim@gmail.com

Dominique Dodge, Celtic harp
dominiquetheharper@hotmail.com

Drums

Russ Lawton, drums
sub55@live.com

Fiddle, Banjo,
Beginning Mandolin

Peter Sutherland
epact@gmavt.net

Guitar

Paul Asbell,
acoustic/electric guitar
pasbell@paulasbell.com

Dayve Huckett, acoustic/electric
guitar and ukulele
dayvehuckett@hotmail.com

Eric Despard, classical guitar
edespard@comcast.net

Harmonica

Mark Lavoie, harmonica
lavoie@gmavt.net

Piano, Harpsichord,
and Organ

Sadie Brightman, piano
sadiedb@gmail.com

Diana Fanning, piano
fanning@middlebury.edu

Emory Fanning, organ
efanning@middlebury.edu

Dick Forman, jazz piano
forman@middlebury.edu

Cynthia Huard, piano, harpsichord
huard@middlebury.edu

Natasha Koval Paden, piano
william.paden@uvm.edu

 

 

Strings

Paul Reynolds, viola
pkr10@hotmail.com

Katherine Winterstein, violin
kathwint@mac.com

Dieuwke Davydov, cello
ddcello@gmail.com

Glendon Ingalls, bass
ingallstaff2@comcast.net

Voice

Carol Christensen
christen@middlebury.edu

Dick Forman, jazz voice
forman@middlebury.edu


Susanne Peck

lunalove@gmavt.net

Beth Thompson
tosca@vermontel.net

Winds, horns and reeds

Miles Donahue, saxophone
milesdonahue@comcast.net

Mia Fritze,
french horn
mmfritze@gmail.com

Dan Frostman, oboe
dfrostma@middlebury.edu

Glendon Ingalls, trumpet
ingallstaff2@comcast.net

Bear Irwin, trombone
birwin@rssu.org

Anne Janson, flute
anne.janson1@gmail.com

Steven Klimowski, clarinet
clarinetster@gmail.com

Opportunities in French

Internships in France

If you are an American citizen between the ages of 20 and 30 with a proficiency in French and an interest in education, then the Teaching Assistant Program in France is for you!

· Spend 7-9 months in France with a stipend
· Master the French language through linguistic immersion
· Acquire valuable teaching experience
· Gain privileged insights into contemporary France

For more information, please visit the website
www.FrenchCulture.org/AssistantshipProgram


Grant for travel to France

Each year the French Cultural Services in the United States offer 50 Youth International Meetings grants to young French-speaking Americans that allow them to discover a region of France and to attend a major cultural event. All expenses (accommodation, meals, activities) are covered by the French Embassy, including the round trip airfare to Paris.

This year, applicants from New England (less Connecticut) will have the possibility to travel to Avignon during the town's world renowned theater festival.


Who can participate?

Participants must be between 18 and 25 years old at the time of entry into France. Participants must have an interest in French culture and  proficiency in French.

How to apply?
Visit the French Consulate website and follow the instructions.
If you have further question, contact Samantha André.


With French, you can:

  • communicate with French speakers around the world: French is an official language in 32 countries and governments and is spoken by over 200 million people.
  • find careers in many areas, including banking and finance, tourism, international trade.
  • appreciate French and francophone culture and its impact on literature, philosophy, cuisine, fashion, and the arts.