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5 Questions: Dr. James A. Wallace, ADL ’68

Dr. James A. Wallace, ADL '68

Dr. James A. Wallace, ADL ’68

How did your education prepare you for what you are doing today?

I was well-prepared for a professional career in music education and choral conducting because of the required courses, the laboratory experiences, the performance experiences, and the professors and instructors that provided a solid foundation for my after-CWRU life.

What is your greatest professional accomplishment or recent professional accomplishment of note?

My university choir performed at Carnegie Hall while I was a professor at Claflin University in Orangeburg, SC.

What programs do you support at CWRU and why?

I remain a strong advocate for the music program at CWRU.

Do you have advice for current students?

Participate in as many curricular and non-curricular opportunities to experience music as you can.

What is your favorite memory and/or spot on campus?

I have several favorite memories from my time at CWRU. A favorite is performing Carmina Burana at Severance Hall.


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