Written by Chris Alexis, CYP CLUB Volunteerism Blogger
It's one thing to be robbed of physical possessions. Cars, money, and "stuff" can all be replaced.
But when someone is robbed of their memories, that's something entirely different. Loved ones become strangers. Experiences become unfamiliar stories. Memories and people's lives cannot be replaced once stolen. It's the ultimate crime.
The thief? Alzheimer's disease.
Written by Justin D. Johnston
After a two-year international search, David Danzmayr stands poised to take the reins as ProMusica's new artistic director—only the second appointment to the position in the chamber orchestra’s 34-year history.
While most orchestras rotate through conductors every 3-5 years, ProMusica has held firm to its practice of consistent leadership at the top level. Now, after a 34-year tenure - one of the longest, if not the longest, in U.S. history- Co-Founder and Music Director Timothy Russell will step down at the end of this season and pass the baton to the new Maestro - 33-year-old David Danzmayr.
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Lauren Bezilla grew up in Warren, Ohio. College took her to UNLV in Las Vegas, Coastal Carolina in South Carolina, and The Ohio State University from which she graduated in March 2012 studying Hospitality Management and Business. She lives to travel and share lots of laughs with family and friends!
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