The Fourth Triennial Susan Porter Memorial Symposium
Nadia Boulanger and American Music
October 7 - 9, 2004
University of Colorado at Boulder

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376t.jpg Opening Reception for Exhibit September 9, 2004 Nadia Boulanger, An Enduring Legacy of Music and Spirit, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado at Boulder 378t.jpg Lisa Tamiris Becker, Director, CU Art Museum, Don Campbell and Elizabeth Hardin, First Oboe of the Boulder Philharmonic 382t.jpg Mrs. Celaya, mother of artist Enrique Martinez Celaya, Joyce Thurmer and Betsy Turner at opening reception
392t.jpg Dr. Tom Riis, Director, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music, and Dr. William Kearns, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music, at the University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music 394t.jpg Joice Waterhouse Gibson, Dr. Tom Riis, and Cassandra Volpe, American Music Research Center 401t.jpg From the Exhibit
402t.jpg Another Exhibit view 422t.jpg October 7 Grand Opening of Conference at the CU Art Museum 423t.jpg Another shot of the Grand Opening
424t.jpg Thérèse Casadesus Rawson, President of the Fontainebleau Associations, with Dr. Tom Riis 425t.jpg Sister Mary Berry and Sister Alicia at the Grand Opening 426t.jpg Opening Ceremonies for the Boulanger Event at the Library
427t.jpg Opening Ceremonies at the Library, view 2 428t.jpg Another perspective Opening Ceremonies at the Library 431t.jpg Noël Lee, Pianist, Officer of the Nadia and Lili Boulanger International Foundation, Paris, and Alexandra Laederich, General Secretary of the Nadia and Lili Boulanger International Foundation, and Doctor of Musicology from Paris-Sorbonne University speak with Laurence Languin, Director of the Nadia Boulanger Library at the Conservatory Superior of Music and Dance in Lyon
435t.jpg Robert Levin of Harvard University and Don Campbell, Honorary International Chairman of the Boulanger Conference 437t.jpg Jay Gottleib, of Paris, at one of the displays in Macky Auditorium, University of Colorado at Boulder 470t.jpg Alexandra Laederich with Laurence Languin and Sister Mary Berry.
526t.jpg Daniel Pinkham, composer, with Don Campbell 473t.jpg Thérèse Casadesus Rawson with Dean Daniel Sher, University of Colorado at Boulder College of Music, and Joanna Keller 474t.jpg Leonard Lehrman and Helene Williams speak with Ginger Clarkson
477t.jpg Vivian Perlis of the Yale School of Music and Library, Founding Director of Oral History American Music, speaks with Don Campbell 480t.jpg Emile Naoumoff, Boulanger's last young protégé, presently on Faculty at Indiana University. 483t.jpg David Ward Steinman speaks with musicologist Donna Doyle
495t.jpg Noël Lee, David Conte, composer of the Prelude and Fugue "In Memoriam Nadia Boulanger", with Don Campbell 506t.jpg Father Edward McKenna of Chicago opens the Memorial Concert
(Father McKenna was chaplain to Nadia Boulanger and performed the final interment at Cimetière Montmartre)
516t.jpg Evening Concert October 8, Performance of Lili Boulanger's Choral Music with St. Martin's Chamber Choir of Denver

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