University of South Alabama, Office of Public Relations
 
April 6, 2009
Contact: Jennifer Ekman, Office of Public Relations, (251) 460-6360
            
World-renowned Violinist Visits USA
 
Midori performs for the group on the stage of the Laidlaw Performing Arts Center
  
Midori performs for the group on the stage of the Laidlaw Performing Arts Center.


  World-renowned violinist Midori visited the University of South Alabama’s Laidlaw Performing Arts Center for a luncheon with USA President Gordon Moulton, members of the music faculty, leaders of the Mobile Symphony Orchestra and major donors to the music department. Midori was in Mobile for a series of musical education events and performances with the Mobile Symphony Orchestra. The USA department of music wants to begin a new Strings Program and is searching for donors for the instruments, scholarship and sheet music. For more information, call Ginny Turner, USA director of University development, at(251) 460-7032.

From left, USA Department of Music Chair Dr. Greg Gruner and Moulton welcome Mobile Symphony Orchestra Conductor Scott Speck and Midori to campus

From left, USA Department of Music Chair Dr. Greg Gruner and Moulton welcome Mobile Symphony Orchestra Conductor Scott Speck and Midori to campus.

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