Elinor was also the freelance editor and vice president of Gemini Press, a company she and Paul founded in 1976, which published “The Church Music Handbook” as well as a multitude of sacred church music.
Dot was the co-founder and director of the Women in Transition Program and a professor at Cape Cod Community College. Earlier in her career, she was executive director for both Action for Opportunity and the Urban Coalition in Pittsfield, where she also served as president of the League of Women Voters.
He was hired as co-pilot and flight engineer with Northeast Airlines in 1958, and retired in 1987 as captain with Delta Airlines. He also operated a popular Christmas tree farm on Silver Street in Great Barrington for many years.
Mr. Le Beau worked at the former Union Federal Savings Bank in Pittsfield and Springfield from 1951 to 1959 and at the former City Savings Bank of Pittsfield from 1959 until he retired as president and CEO in 1995.
The Boston University Tanglewood Institute is an eight-week program of the college to train musicians of middle and high school age by immersing them in the world of professional and deeply exciting music-making.
Among the issues Amatul-Wadud is raising in her run for Congress are climate change; universal public education; and affordable, high-speed internet access for every resident of the 1st Congressional District.
Now in his 30th year of delivering Tanglewood pre-concert lectures at Lenox Library, Yudkin treated the crowd to a boatload of fascinating but little-known details about three famous pieces of music and the men who created them.
“We are thrilled that our many months of hard work have been rewarded with this designation [as an Appalachian Trail Community].”
— Cheshire Appalachian Trail Community Committee co-chairs Eileen Quinn and Karen Daigle
“Tibetan is no longer an endangered language thanks to some of our efforts. You have to understand the works we are preserving are literature; they are like the dialogues of Plato.”
— Jeff Wallman, executive director of the Buddhist Digital Resource Center in Cambridge
“Beethoven’s work,” Yudkin explains, “is of such a stature that it warrants constant reviewing and research. We’re dealing here with a genius of the highest purpose, someone on a par with William Shakespeare.”
Jane received a bachelor’s degree in Physical Education from Boston University. Jane worked as a Physical Education teacher for Mount Everett Regional High School, the former Williams High School, Monument Mountain Regional High School and as Athletic Director at the former Searles Middle School until retiring in 1980.