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Vivian Adelberg Rudow Creates Audio March of Support

Vivian RudowVivian Adelberg Rudow (TC ’57, BM ’60, Piano; MM ’79, Composition) created an “Audio March of Support” to show support for the March For Our Lives. She asked radio hosts to play her music that best exemplifies the ideals of the march in memory of those killed and to show support for the recent march. Her music was heard on National Association of Composers USA (NACUSA), played by John Winsor, on FM. 101 The Grand during Tom Quick’s “Women in Music” in Ontario, Canada, on 94.3 FM during Matthew Testa’s show, and on Kath Fraser’s show “Gathering Her Notes” on Ellensburg Community Radio throughout March. Most recently, on Friday, March 30, her music was played on Radio ArtsIndonesia by Charles Dean Conrad and on WBJC 91.5 FM, during John T.K. Scherch’s broadcast. In April, John Winsor will continue to play her music on NACUSA every two hours. Finally, on Sunday, April 1, between 11:00 am and Wednesday, April 4, at 12:00 pm, her music will be played on “Radio Monalisa” with Patricia Werner Leanse. Rudow included her pieces “Spirit of America,” “The Bare Smooth Stone of Your Love,” “Devy’s Song,” and “Rebecca’s Song.” She has also posted a YouTube video of pianist Stanley Wong’s performance of “Rebecca’s Song.”

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