Posts Tagged ‘Houston Symphony’


Update – November 21, 2011

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Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

I hope you all are planning great feasts this week with your families.  I hear on the weather forecast that we will have wonderfully cool fall weather for Thanksgiving. After our long hot summer and warm fall, that is truly something to be thankful for! The first Thanksgiving feast lasted three days and served 13 Pilgrims and 90 Native Americans—sounds like plenty of good eating and calories! I hope you can find some time this week to relax, reflect, and enjoy the holiday. Read the rest of this entry »

Weekly Update – February 27, 2011

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Hello San Jacinto College Community –

I hope all of you had a relaxing week-end.  Mine started out like many of yours did at “An Evening of Promise” with the Houston Symphony and Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 3. This was the second year San Jacinto College hosted an event at Jones Hall, and we had nearly 2,300 students, employees, and community friends in attendance. It was a wonderful evening, and everyone with whom I spoke had a lovely time. I was lucky enough to sit on the side of the hall where I could see the hands, expressions, and body movements of Jonathan Biss, the pianist. He was absolutely amazing!! Read the rest of this entry »

Weekly Update – January 17, 2010

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Hello San Jacinto College Community!

I hope you all enjoyed college community week and are ready to jump into the new semester.  The week was designed to focus on college-wide priorities as well as to provide time for campus- and department- specific strategies related to these priorities (i.e. break-out sessions on instructional recovery and performance management).     I have received several comments (all positive) about Dr. Zadina’s presentation on Monday. Read the rest of this entry »