Biggest group in the USA probably in the world with orchestra and chorale
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Denny Zeitlin: “In order to maintain two careers, I have had to focus on what is at the “heart” of each field for me. In psychiatry, it is treating patients and teaching residents. In music, it is playing the piano each day, composing, recording, and an amount of international touring that does not interfere with my psychiatric responsibilities. Both fields involve deep communication, and when I am at my best, a kind of “merger” with my patients, or the music and musicians I am playing with.” Continue reading Denny Zeitlin
Anesthesiologist. Dancer. Ultramarathon runner. Triathlete. Costumer. Writer. Individual.
Dancing in the streets and raising thousands of dollars for different charities. He organises events and can taylor costumes.
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The Duke Medicine Orchestra strives to unite members of the Duke healthcare system and broader community in the pursuit of musical excellence and cultural enrichment, to inspire and renew its audiences and members. The orchestra provides an opportunity for musicians affiliated with Duke Medicine to come together to play substantial pieces from the classical repertoire. More than 90 orchestra members represent 26 departments across the Duke Medicine community. Continue reading Duke Medicine Orchestra
A genial constellation performing “Prates of the Caribbean”! Continue reading UofH Pre-medical Collegiate Orchestra
The Detroit Medical Orchestra was founded in 2010 by Michelle Ubels, a graduate of the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where she studied violin, during her second year of medical school. The inaugural season was conducted by Joel Schut. Previous conductors also include Warren Puffer Jones.
After researching the mission and history of the Texas Medical Orchestra (TMO) based in Houston, TX, he returned home and began developing plans for forming a Medical Orchestra in Austin with his colleague Dr. Robert Radmer. Continue reading Central Texas Medical Orchestra
Dan Duggin worked as OptometristDoc for several years. Then he decided to live exclusively from music! Continue reading Daniel Duggin
Dr. David Simon was a best-selling author, Chopra Center co-founder, and pioneer in the field of mind-body medicine. More than three decades ago as an anthropology student exploring humanity’s earliest communities and cultures, he was drawn to the understanding that the role of the doctor was much more than a disease technician; a true healer had to be a diagnostician, medicine man, psychotherapist, and priest – an expert navigator of the mind and spirit as well as of the physical body. Continue reading David Simon
Frederick Albert Cook (June 10, 1865 – August 5, 1940) was an American explorer, physician, and ethnographer, noted for his claim of having reached the North Pole on April 21, 1908. This was a year before April 6, 1909, the date claimed by the American explorer Robert Peary, and the accounts were disputed for several years. His expedition did discover Meighen Island, the only discovery of an island in the American Arctic by a United States expedition. Continue reading Frederick Albert Cook
I am a musician and retired dermatologist who, for the last several years, has become quite passionate about playing, and teaching others to play, the ukulele. It is the easiest instrument to learn to accompany singing. It is also quite small and therefore “kid friendly.” Continue reading Jim Rosokoff
Dr. Jeffrey C. Yuen comes from two Daoist lineages – 88th generation of the Yu Qing Huang Lao Pai (Jade Purity Yellow Emperor Lao Zi School) and 26th generation of the Quan Zhen Long Men Pai (Complete Reality Dragon Gate School). His Daoist name for each tradition is respectively Yuan Xu and Song De. Continue reading Jeffrey C. Yuen