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Remembering Elizabeth Green: Master Conductor/Teacher

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  • H. Robert Reynolds, Craig Kirchhoff, and Mallory Thompson discuss the qualities which made Elizabeth such a compelling influence on all conductors with whom she came in contact. (No Handout Available)
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  • 12/21/2012 02:00 PM - N/A
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  • H. Robert Reynolds is the principal conductor of the Wind Ensemble at the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California, where he holds the H. Robert Reynolds Professorship in Wind Conducting. This appointment followed his retirement, after 26 years, from the School of Music of the University of Michigan where he served as the Henry F. Thurnau Professor of Music, director of university bands, and director of the division of instrumental studies. In addition to these responsibilities, he has also been, for nearly 30 years, the conductor of the Detroit Chamber Winds and Strings, which is made up primarily of members from the Detroit Symphony. Reynolds has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Duquesne University, and in addition, holds degrees in music education and performance from the University of Michigan, where he was the conducting student of Elizabeth Green.