ILIAS CHRISSOCHOIDIS

 

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EDUCATION

 

2004                Ph.D. in Musicology, Stanford University, USA.

Dissertation: “Early Reception of Handel’s Oratorios, 1732–1784: Narrative – Studies – Documents,” 3 vols., xiii + 1626 pp.

Dissertation committee: Professor Karol Berger (adviser), Professor Stephen Hinton (reader), Professor Thomas S. Grey (reader).

1996                M.Phil. (by research) in Musicology, University of Liverpool, UK.

Thesis: “The Concept of Music in the Shakespearean Corpus: An Exploration of Neoplatonic Ideas of Music in Shakespeare.”

1995–1996      M.Phil./Ph.D. status, Musicology, King’s College, University of London, UK.

Project: “The Impact of Aristotle’s Poetics on the Efforts Towards the Creation of Opera.”

Adviser: Professor Reinhard Strohm / Michael Fend.

1995                M.Mus. in Historical Musicology, King’s College, University of London, UK.

Thesis: “Striggio-Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo: An Excursion into its Neoplatonic Layers.

Adviser: Professor Curtis Price.

1992                Ptychio (equivalent to MA) summa cum laude and highest GPA in my class, Musicology and Music Education,

Department of Music Studies, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece.

Thesis: “Το συνθετικό έργο του Νίκου Αστρινίδη : Μία πρώτη προσέγγιση / The Life and Works of Nicholas Astrinidis.”

1989–1990      private instruction in Conducting with Karolos Trikolidis (student of Hans Swarovski and Herbert von Karajan), New Conservatory of Thessaloniki, Greece.

1992                Diploma in Theory of Music (cluster of teaching degrees) cum laude,

Macedonian Conservatory of Thessaloniki, Greece.

1992                       Fugue (Diploma: Excellent Unanimously with Distinction)

1990                       Hodiki (Degree: Excellent)

1990                       Counterpoint (Degree: Excellent Unanimously)

1988                       Harmony (Degree: Excellent)

1990                Diploma in Piano Performance (professional degree) cum laude and First Prize,

Macedonian Conservatory of Thessaloniki, Greece.

 

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RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS AND ACADEMIC DISTINCTIONS

 

2017–              Visiting Researcher, “Economics of Change” department, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2015/01–16/12Research Fellow (“Culture and Economics”), WZB Berlin Social Science Center

2015–2016      Library Research Fellowship, Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection, California State University, Sacramento

2016                Honorary citation, Thracian Hearth of Thessaloniki

2011–2012      Research grant, Greek America Foundation

Visiting Fellowship, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA

Visiting Scholar, Department of Music, Stanford University (July–September)

2010–2011      ACLS Fellowship, American Council of Learned Societies

                        Kluge Fellowship, The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress

                        Katharine F. Pantzer Jr. Fellowship in Descriptive Bibliography, Houghton Library, Harvard University

                        McGill-ASECS Fellowship, The Burney Centre, McGill University

                        Honorary Research Associate, Department of Economics, University College London

                        Visiting Scholar, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University [declined]

2010, Jan.        Research grant, “Music & Letters” Trust

2009–2010      Research Associate, ESRC Centre for Economic Learning and Social Evolution (ELSE),

Department of Economics, University College London

                        Early Career Research Associate, Institute of Musical Research,

School of Advanced Study, University of London

2007–2008      Mayers Fellowship, The Huntington

2006–2007      John M. Ward Fellowship in Dance and Music for the Theatre, Houghton Library, Harvard University

                        Mary and Eric Weinmann Fellowship, Folger Shakespeare Library

2005–2006      Kanner Fellowship in British Studies, Center for Seventeenth- & Eighteenth-Century Studies, UCLA

                        ASECS/Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship, Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin

                        Gwin J. and Ruth Kolb Research Fellowship, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

2005                Honorary Citation, Academy of Athens

2004–2005      Fletcher Jones Foundation Fellowship, The Huntington

2004                J. Merrill Knapp Research Fellowship, American Handel Society

2003–2004      Aubrey Williams Research Travel Fund Award, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

2003                Travel Fellowship, American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

                        Graduate Research Opportunity Award, Stanford University

                        Ingolf Dahl Award Competition Finalist, AMS Pacific Southwest and Northern California chapters

                        Newcombe Dissertation Fellowship Finalist, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

2002–2003      Research Fellowship, William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA

                        ASECS-Lewis Walpole Library Fellowship, The Lewis Walpole Library, Yale University

2001–2002      Geballe Dissertation Prize Fellowship, Stanford Humanities Center

2000–2002      Doctoral Fellowship, Panayotis and Effie Michelis Foundation

1996–2000      Doctoral Fellowship, Stanford University

1995–1996      Postgraduate Fellowship, Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation

                        Vozou Fellowship, Academy of Athens

1994–1995      Velliou-Varonou Scholarship, Greek Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs

1992–1993      Postgraduate Scholarship, Macedonian Conservatory of Thessaloniki

1991 (Fall)       research grant, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

1990                Honorary Diploma and Scholarship, Rotary Club of Thessaloniki

1987–1991      Undergraduate Fellowships, Greek State Scholarships Foundation

1986                Honorary Diploma, Municipality of Neapolis, Thessaloniki

1985–1992      Fellowship, School of Advanced Music Theory, Macedonian Conservatory of Thessaloniki

 

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

 

Continuing Studies Program, Stanford University (Lecturer):

2017    Summer           A Practical Introduction to Music Theory and Harmony

2016    Summer           A Practical Introduction to Music Theory and Harmony

2015    Summer           A Practical Introduction to Music Theory and Harmony

2014    Summer           A Practical Introduction to Music Theory and Harmony

2014    Spring              An Introduction to Opera

2013    Summer           Practical Music Theory

2013    Spring              An Introduction to Opera

2012    Summer           What Makes Classical Music Tick: The Elements of Sound

2012    Winter             An Introduction to Opera

2011    Fall                  Practical Music Theory

2009    Fall                  Handel and His Times [cancelled]

2009    Summer           Music’s Anatomy: Classical Music from the Inside

2008    Summer           Practical Music Theory

2008    Spring              Mozart and the Enlightenment

2007    Summer           Practical Music Theory

2006    Fall                  Beethoven’s Nine Symphonies

2006    Summer           Practical Music Theory

2006    Spring              A Practical Introduction to Harmony

2005    Fall                  Handel’s London

2005    Summer           A Practical Introduction to Music Theory

2005    Spring              Handel and Georgian England [cancelled]

 

Teaching evaluations

 

Department of Music, Stanford University (Teaching Fellow):

2004    Winter             Elements of Music II

2003    Fall                  Elements of Music I

2003    Spring              Elements of Music III

2002    Fall                  Introduction to Music Theory

1999    Fall                  Mozart’s Instrumental Music

1999    Winter             Music History until 1750

1998    Fall                  The Music of J.S. Bach and G.F. Handel

1998    Spring              Talking about Music

1998    Winter             Introduction to Music

1997    Fall                  Introduction to Music Theory

 

Macedonian Conservatory of Thessaloniki, Greece (Lecturer):

1989–1991                  Music Theory I

1989–1991                  Piano I

 

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WRITINGS [Gr= in Greek]

 

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Monographs

 

 

 

Research articles

 

·         Handel at sixty (1745): New insights on Handel’s darkest hour” [15,000 words, in final stages].

·         “A Handelian piracy during a ‘Handel’ Year” [in preparation].

·         “Farinelli sings Handel” [in preparation].

·         “Handel and crime” [in preparation].

·         “From the music historian’s desk: Burney researching the Royal Academy of Music” [in preparation].

·         “Art as Cause – Social transformation through Oratorio performances: A proposal” [working paper].

·         “Cognitive perspectives in Wagner’s Parsifal,” jointly with Steffen Huck [working paper].

·         ‘As a dictionary to a novel’: A C.P.E. Bach entry in Beethoven’s Op. 2, No. 3?” [10,100 words, under revision].

·         Handel Reference Database (HRD) and the challenges of scholarly entrepreneurship” [commissioned].

·         Μουσικός Πλατωνισμός στην Ελισαβετιανή Αναγέννηση [Musical Platonism in Elizabethan Renaissance]” [9,750 words, under review].

·         Η οικονομική πολιτική της Ένωσης Κέντρου (1964) [The economic policy of the Center Union party (1964)]” [submitted].

·         Alexander Pantages (1864/75–1936)” [1079 words, submitted].

·         Από τη Σαλονίκη στην Θεσσαλονίκη: η μαρτυρία του Ζακ Αμπραβανέλ [From Salonica to Thessaloniki: Jacques Abravanel’s testimony]” [1700 words, submitted].

·         A missing reference to Lohengrin in Nietzsche’s The Case of Wagner” [submitted].

·         Quantifying music genius, or Handel on the balance: A scale of musical merit from 1776,” WZB Discussion Paper, SP II 2016–311, December 2016.

·         Changing cultural space: The public molding of Esther into an English oratorio (1732),” WZB Discussion Paper, SP II 2016–310, December 2016.

·         From the garden of Diaspora to the cell of repatriation: Hellenism in the life and works of Nikos Astrinidis,” Aspects of Hellenism in Music [in production].

·         “‘Though this be madness, yet there is method in’t’: A Counterfactual Analysis of Richard Wagner’s Tannhäuser,” jointly with Heike Harmgart, Steffen Huck, and Wieland Müller, Music & Letters 95:4 (November 2014), 584–602.

·         How Skouras Led Community in WWII’s Greatest Foreign Aid Campaign,” The National Herald, 3 August 2014.

·         Musical References in the Jennens–Holdsworth Correspondence (1729–46),” jointly with Amanda Babington, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle 45:1 (2014), 76–129.

·         Εκατό χρόνια από τις μεγάλες αλλαγές στην Ήπειρο [One Hundred Years from the Partition of Epirus],” Kathimerini, 27 July 2014; reprinted with parallel Albanian translation, http://www.pelasgoskoritsas.gr/2017/02/korcaret-konferences-se-londres-1912-u.html, 19 February 2017.

·         Άγνωστες πτυχές γύρω από το Κυπριακό [Unknown aspects of the Cyprus problem],” Kathimerini, 29 June 2014.

·         “‘Είμένα όμορφο αγόρι’ [‘I am a beautiful boy’],” Kathimerini, 22 June 2014, 5.

·         Αναζητώντας το αμερικανικό Δίστομο [Searching for an American Distomo],” Kathimerini, 15 June 2014, 7.

·         Πώς ο Χατζιδάκις πανικόβαλε το Χόλιγουντ [How Hadjidakis scared Hollywood],” ToVIMA, 6 April 2014.

·         Ένας στρατηγός της Βέρμαχτ αφηγείται… [A Wermacht general reminisces],” To VIMA, 9 March 2014, A23.

·         Έγγραφα του ΕΛΑΣ στην Αμερική [ELAS documents in America],” Kathimerini, 9 March 2014.

·         Ο μεγάλος αγνοημένος ευεργέτης του έθνους [Greece’s neglected national benefactor],” Kathimerini, 2 June 2013 [original title: “Εθνικός ευεργέτης: Η προσφορά του Σκούρα στην μεταπολεμική Ελλάδα [National Benefactor: Skouras’ contributions in postwar Greece]”].

·         Dramatic pairing in Fidelio: A structuralist approach,” College Music Symposium 52 (2013) [online].

·         An annotated wordbook of The Beggar’s Opera (1728),” jointly with Richard Virr, Notes & Queries 60/1 (March 2013), 111–113.

·         Handelian oratorio and the sublime according to John Baillie,” Göttinger Händel-Beiträge 14 (2012), 253–263.

·         A Master Stands: Rare Brahms Photos in the Library of Congress,” Fontes Artis Musicae 59/1 (January–March 2012), 39–44.

·         Ο επισιτισμός της Ελλάδας στην Κατοχή: Στοιχεία από το αρχείο του Σπύρου Σκούρα [How Spyros Skouras fed the Greeks during the country’s occupation by the Nazis],” Kathimerini, 18 December 2011, 27.

·         An emblem of modern music: temporal symmetry in the prologue of L’Orfeo (1607),” Early Music 39/4 (November 2011), 519–530.

·         Reforming Handel: John Brown and The Cure of Saul (1763),” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 136/2 (2011), 207–245.

·         Ο Σεφέρης και η Αμερική [Σεφέρης-Στραβίνσκι-Χάρβαρντ: η άγνωστη σχέση του ποιητή με το κορυφαίο πανεπιστήμιο / Seferis-Stravinsky-Harvard: the unknown links of the poet with the university],” Το Βήμα της Κυριακής [The Sunday Vima], 25 September 2011, 14–15.

·         Princess Carolina’s list of monthly expenses, January–February 1727/8,” Notes & Queries 58/3 (September 2011), 401–403.

·         Elsa’s reason: On beliefs and motives in Wagner’s Lohengrin,” jointly with Steffen Huck, Cambridge Opera Journal 22/1 (2010), 65–91.

·         Handelian references in Richard Pococke’s early correspondence (1734–7),” Newsletter of The American Handel Society 26/1 (Spring 2011), 5–6.

·         Musical References in Richard Pococke’s Early Correspondence (1734–37),” Society for Eighteenth-Century Music Newsletter 17 (September 2010–April 2011), 5.

·         ΔΗΜΗΤΡΗΣ ΜΗΤΡΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ: Μία συμφωνική, ένα αφεντικό και δύο μνηστήρες” [original title: “Ανέκδοτη αλληλογραφία του Μητρόπουλου στην Βιβλιοθήκη του Κογκρέσου / Unpublished correspondence of Mitropoulos in the Library of Congress”], Το Βήμα της Κυριακής [The Sunday Vima], 9 January 2011, B2: 6–7.

·         An author’s fee: John Mainwaring’s Handel biography (1760),” Notes and Queries 57/4 (December 2010), 546–548.

·         ‘hee-haw ... llelujah’: Handel among the Vauxhall Asses (1732),” Eighteenth-Century Music 7/2 (September 2010), 221–262.

·         London Mozartiana: Wolfgang’s disputed age & early performances of Allegri’s Miserere,” The Musical Times, vol. 151, no. 1911 (Summer 2010), 83–89.

·         The Music of the Count of St. Germain: An Edition,” Society for Eighteenth-Century Music Newsletter 16 (April 2010), [6–7].

·         Senesino’s Black Boy (1725),” The Handel Institute Newsletter 21/1 (Spring 2010), [7–8].

·         Handel, Hogarth, Goupy: Artistic intersections in Handelian biography,” Early Music 37/4 (November 2009), 577–596.

·         Handel at a Crossroads: His 1737–1738 and 1738–1739 Seasons Re-Examined,” Music & Letters 90/4 (November 2009), 599–635.

·         Handel’s Reception and the Rise of Music Historiography in Britain,” in Music’s Intellectual History, ed. Zdravko Blažeković and Barbara Dobbs Mackenzie (New York: Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale, 2009), 387–396.

·         George I goes to the masquerade (1721),” The Scriblerian and the Kit-Cats 42/1 (Autumn 2009), 47–49.

·         Το δράμα στο έργο του Νίκου Αστρινίδη: Εισαγωγικές παρατηρήσεις [Drama in Nikos Astrinidis’ oeuvre: An Introduction],” Twentieth-Century Greek Music Creation in Lyric Drama and other Representative Arts, ed. George Vlastos (Athens: Friends of Music, 2009), 252–256 [Gr].

·         Music in Good Time and the Handelian discord in 1745,” Newsletter of The American Handel Society 24/2 (Summer 2009), 1–3.

·         “‘true Merit always Envy rais’d’: The Advice to Mr. Handel (1739) and Israel in Egypt’s early reception,” The Musical Times, vol. 150, no. 1906 (Spring 2009), 69–86.

·         Mrs. Cibber’s oratorio salary in 1744–45,” The Handel Institute Newsletter 20/1 (Spring 2009), [1–2].

·         Handel recovering: Fresh light on his affairs in 1737,” Eighteenth-Century Music 5 (2008), 237–244.

·         English oratorio in London: The 1765 season,” Händel-Jahrbuch 54 (2008), 313–327.

·         Oratorio à la Mode[: Esther and Fielding’s The Modern Husband (1732)],” Newsletter of The American Handel Society 23/1–2 (Spring–Summer 2008), 7–9.

·         Handel references in The Evening Advertiser (1754–1756),” The Handel Institute Newsletter 19/1 (Spring 2008), [4–5].

·         “‘It’s good to be a King,’” North American British Music Studies Association Newsletter 4/1 (Spring 2008), online.

·         La Musique du Diable (1711),” Society for Eighteenth-Century Music Newsletter 11 (October 2007), 7–9.

·         Handel as a Transitional Figure” (research paper).

·         His Majesty’s choice: Esther in May 1732,” Newsletter of The American Handel Society 22/2 (Summer 2007), 4–6.

·         “‘How is the hero fall’n!’: New Light on Handel’s Darkest Hour (1745)” (research paper).

·         A Handel relative in Britain? (also cutting through the 1759 fence in Handel studies),” The Musical Times, vol. 148, no. 1898 (Spring 2007), 49–58.

·         A ‘fam’d Oratorio … in old English … sung’: Esther on 16 May 1732,” The Handel Institute Newsletter 18/1 (Spring 2007), [4–7].

·         A chubby Orpheus: Handel’s corpulence as a prerogative of genius,” in Consuming Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century: Narratives of Consumption, 1700–1900, ed. Tamara S. Wagner and Narin Hassan (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2007), 223–236.

·         A ‘new-fashioned Martyr’: Handel, Lady Brown, and ‘baby-boomer’ musicology” (research paper).

·         A Founding Father of Social Responsibility in Music? Handel in Georgian Britain” (research paper).

·         Charles Handell, Esq. (? – 1776),” Newsletter of The American Handel Society 21/1 (Spring 2006), 1, 3.

·         Set theory in Xenakis’ EONTA,” in International Symposium Iannis Xenakis, ed. Anastasia Georgaki and Makis Solomos (Athens: The National and Kapodistrian University, 2005), 241–249.

·         “Report, 2003–04 Aubrey Williams Research Travel Grant,” American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies News Circular 136 (Fall 2005), 7–8.

·         The ‘Artusi-Monteverdi’ controversy: Background, content, and modern interpretations,” British Postgraduate Musicology 6 (2004), online.

·         “A new Handel dissertation,” Newsletter of The American Handel Society 19/2 (August 2004), 5.

·         [“Beethoven and Freedom: Another way of looking at things?”] The Beethoven Journal 18 (2003), 58–59.

·         [“Handel in Vauxhall Gardens”], Journal of the American Musicological Society 56 (2003), 221–224.

·         Eine Faust-Symphonie and Lawrence Kramer’s reading of the ‘Gretchen’ movement,” Journal of the American Liszt Society 50 (Autumn 2001), 9–17.

·         Fragmentation in Classical Era Instrumental Music” (research paper, fall 1998).

·         “Three Moments in Music Aesthetics” (paper, fall 1998).

·         An Essay on Schenker and Some of his Intellectual Affinities with Hanslick and Schopenhauer” (research paper, spring 1998).

·         Beethoven’s Heiliger Dankgesang” (research paper, spring 1997).

·         An Exploration of Anti-Teleological Moments in Beethoven’s Fidelio” (research paper, winter 1997).

·         Ορατόριο Άγιος Δημήτριος (1962) [Nicolas Astrinidis: Oratorio Saint Demetrios],” Mousikotropies 1/1996, 13–20 [Gr].

·         Glimpses of a vision for Twenty-First-Century scholarship,” Musical Objects: A Postgraduate Review 1 (1995), 65–66.

·         Ludwig van Beethoven: Klaviersonate op. 27, nr 2 (Πρώτο Μέρος) – Μια Ερμηνευτική Ανάλυση [Ludwig van Beethoven: Piano Sonata no. 14, op. 27, no. 2, first movement – A hermeneutic analysis],” Mousikotropies 3/1995, 40–45 [Gr].

·         “The Canon and how one can blow it up: Improvisation on a commonly obscure theme” (seminar paper, April 1995).

·         “An Analysis of John Williams’ Star Wars (Main Title)” (seminar paper, January 1995).

·         Nicolas Astrinidis: Oratorio Saint Demetrios, booklet for CD with extracts from the oratorio (Thessaloniki: Thalassa Records, 1994), 15 pp.

·         F. Chopin: Prelude Op. 28, Αρ. 14 – Ένα Παράδειγμα Χρήσης της Γραμμικής Αντίστιξης στη Ρομαντική Μουσική [F. Chopin: Prelude Op. 28, no. 14. An example of monophonic counterpoint in Romantic music],” Mousikotropies 1/94, 23–31 [Gr].

·         Baconian or Stratfordian Theory?” (seminar paper, June 1992).

·         Dinu Lipatti (1917–1950),” Mousikotropies 1/1991, 23–31 [Gr].

·         Το καθήκον στη Ζωή/Έργο του Δημήτρη Μητρόπουλου [Duty in the Life/Work of Dimitris Mitropoulos],” Mousikotropies 3/1990, 63–74 [Gr].

·         Η τέλεια εξάσκηση των δακτύλων [The Perfect Training of the Fingers: in their Combination, with the Restriction of non-repeating the Same Finger in Each Combination]” (method), Mousiki Periodiki Ekdosi 1 (April 1989), 35–40 [Gr]; reviewed and partly reprinted in Chronis Moysiadis and Haralampos C. Spyridis, Applied Mathematics in the Science of Music (Thessaloniki: Ziti, 1994), 87–90, 219–25.

 

 

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Music Essays

 

Epilogue (14 May 2009).

 

 

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(major themes: defending the Humanities in a corporate academia

uniting personal spiritual freedom and social justice)

 

 

 

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COMPOSITIONS

 

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“The Mask (Shake-Spear)” (audio), “Eros (Margueritte de Valois)” (audio), “Immolation (F.B.)” (audio)

“I. Enoch” (score; audio), “II. Kritikos” (score; audio), “III. Epitritos” (score; audio), “IV. Tsamikos” (score; audio), “V. Mystic Ben” (score)

 

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VIDEOS

 

·         From Greek immigrant to American paragon: The life and achievements of Spyros P. Skouras (1893–1971) (25 Nov. 2016); featured in Spyros P. Skouras, One of the most Prominent Greek-Americans in US History,” The National Herald, 21 February 2017; “Σπύρος Σκούρας: Ενας ομογενής με επιρροή στις ΗΠΑ,” Εθνικός Κήρυξ, 21 February 2017.

·         Spyros P. Skouras (1893-1971) (25 Mar. 2013)

·         March for justice (20 Sep. 2012)

·         Stanford bike tour (2) (9 Sep. 2012)

·         Stanford bike tour (1) (3 Sep. 2012)

·         Miracle (3 Oct. 2011)

·         Once upon a time in Greece... (11 Aug. 2011)

·         Hiroshima (6 Aug. 2011)

·         Pieta (3 Aug. 2011)

 

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PIANO PERFORMANCES

 

http://www.youtube.com/chrissochoidis

 

Samples (private recordings)

 

 

 

2016

·         2016    Aug     26        “Celebrating the Life of Loyd Evan Ellis,” Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, Menlo Park

·         2016    Aug     12        Peter Pan, HMT, Haymarket Theater, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2016    Jul        29        Peter Pan, HMT, Haymarket Theater, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2016    Jul        15        Peter Pan, HMT, Haymarket Theater, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2016    Jul        10        Sunday service, First United Methodist Church, Redwood City

·         2016    Jul          3        Sunday service, First United Methodist Church, Redwood City

·         2016    Jul          1        Peter Pan, HMT, Haymarket Theater, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2016    Jun       26        Sunday service, First United Methodist Church, Redwood City

·         2016    Jun       17        Peter Pan, HMT, Haymarket Theater, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

2015

·         2015    Nov     12        “Farewell to David Brady” reception, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

·         2015    Aug     14        Annie, HMT, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2015    Aug       9        Sunday service, First United Methodist Church, Redwood City

·         2015    Aug       2        Sunday service, Island United Church, UCC, Foster City

·         2015    Jul        31        Annie, HMT, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2015    Jul        17        Annie, HMT, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2015    Jul          3        Annie, HMT, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2015    Jun       28        Sunday service, First United Methodist Church, Redwood City

·         2015    Jun       19        Annie, HMT, Palo Alto High School [2 shows]

·         2015    Apr      21        piano inauguration, annual townhall meeting, WZB Berlin Social Science Center

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“Kids!” (Bye Bye Birdie), workshop, Los Altos

“Kids!” (Bye Bye Birdie), workshop, Los Altos

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