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Spring 2004

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MALS

Katherine McDowell ’95 is practicing law in Phoenix, AZ, where her husband is a civil litigation attorney. She welcomes hearing from classmates at kmdaz@hotmail.com.

UWW

Judy Sandra ’79 moved to Chapel Hill, NC, after many years in NYC. She holds an MA in creative writing from CUNY. She is a singer, songwriter, and composer who is marketing her songs and music for film and television.
Joan Riebel ’85 celebrated her 20th year as associate choir director at Shenendehowa United Methodist Church in Clifton Park, NY.

Ellen Bloomenstein ’92 received master’s degrees in poetry and fiction from New School University. She’s had her writings published in Good Foot Magazine, Pig Iron Press, Sonora Review, Sculpture Review Magazine, and Readingdivas.com. Ellen is a copywriter in Macy’s corporate offices in NYC.

Last summer Will Pflüger ’98 released his first CD on his own record label, Vineyard Guitar Workshop. Half Moon Bay features nine original solo acoustic guitar compositions. The CD—which Will describes as “fingerstyle/classical/folk”—is available at amazon.com and cdbaby.com. Will, who played at clubs and coffeehouses throughout New England and Florida in the 1970s and ’80s, lives on Martha’s Vineyard.

As an adjunct instructor of voice at Green Mountain College, Lucy Allen Tenenbaum ’01 has had several of her students working on pieces she did in her senior recital at Skidmore. She also runs a home voice studio, which is doing very well.

 


 


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