so very much for your time, your talent, and yourself. Each
student was enriched from this experience.
Rachael Worby, Musical Director - Pasadena Pops Orchestra
special note: I would like to especially thank you and Diane
for the two wonderful master class interactions you had with
the Chico High School students and the Chico State University
students. It was thrilling to see members of our community
improve so rapidly under your direction. Plus the wonderful
trip for 1200 school age children - you made them music lovers
Dan DeWayne - Director of CSU, Chico Public Events
On behalf of the youth of Bright Tomorrows, I wanted
to thank you, again, for bringing your talent to our elementary
schools. Your wonderful performance and lively interaction
with the audience made it so special. What a memorable delight
for our youth and staff..Thank you!
- Regional Director, After School Programs
a short note to personally thank you for your excellent performance
at last week's Rap & Chat event with Ice T. Living in
city, most of the kids had never been to an opera or musical,
and it was really a treat for them to see you perform. You
really made the characters come alive! It has been a pleasure
working with you- you are charming, professional and talented
- a winning combination.
Cheryl Myers - Chairman, Entertainment Committee
you so much for helping us to celebrate the magic of Disney
at the Childhelp USA Gala last week! Your incredible performance
made the night simply unforgettable! We cannot tell you how
many compliments we received about your portion of the program
and it was plainly evident how much the youngsters enjoyed
the show. The interactive nature of your music medley was
truly engaging-you really know what children like! Your participation
contributed immensely to the success of the evening.
Sara O'Meara - Chairman & CEO - ChildhelpUSA
behalf of the Institute for Educational Advancement, we would
like to thank you for your support of our Apprenticeship Program.
Sharing your insights with the students was an important part
of the program, for they learned what being a professional
musician entails. Learning about your accomplishments will
help them realize their own potential for success.
J. Stork - The Institute for Educational Advancement