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News from your classmates
Henry Schnierer ’64 concluded his directorship of the Pascack Youth Symphony Orchestra. He currently divides his time between running a staffing firm and a real estate company in Florida, New York, and New Jersey. His wife, Linda, who earned her Master’s degree at Juilliard, concretized at the Lincoln Center Library and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.Both Henry and Linda have appeared together as pianist and vocalist in concert, performing a wide range of music from Schubert lieder to Broadway. 2009-08-14
After returning from a ten-year opera career in Europe, Gail Carson ’64 worked as a music critic and a travel writer. She is now the Innkeeper at The Wild Goose B&B in EcoVillage in Ithaca, NY. Her B&B was featured in Time magazine on September 17, 2007. 3/9/09
Benjamin G. Del Vecchio ’64, ’66 M.M. has completed his first season as Music Director of the Hendricks Symphony Orchestra and Hendricks Symphonic Choir. The 2007-2008 season consisted of five concerts, including Handel’s Messiah and a July Fourth concert. The 2008-2009 season will be comprised of seven concerts, ending in a performance of the Brahms Requiem in May, 2009. The orchestra will also perform two in-school youth concerts this season. Benjamin lives in Indianapolis, Ind. 9/17/08
Help find your lost classmates
Unfortunately, NEC has lost touch with some of your classmates. If you have e-mail or other contact information for any of the people listed below, please let us know so that we can keep them informed of reunions and other NEC activities.
James Edward Allen, Carol Louise Barre, Carol Hallworth Beale, Rita Gail Davidsen, Patricia Brooks Davisson, Luella Kirkwood Fisher, Adrienne Jane Folger, David Thomas Goguen, Setsuko Hirosawa, Patricia Collins Jones, Linda Kirks, Sylvia Shu-Tee Lee, Deborah Payson Loomis, Lorraine Malin, Nancy Carroll McEndree, Nancy Briggs Mucci, Kanako Ohba, Jeanette Dolores Robichaud, Henry Thomas Ruffin, Candace Leighton Scarr, David Lee Searcy, Laurence Irving Shea, Jacqueline P. Siverton, Theresa St. Onge, Richard Hutter Starr, Olga Fredericka Stubbe, Frank Antonio Torres, Susan Dundas Werner, Richard Carleton Whelchel, Peter John Young, Frederick J Zaleski.