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posted Apr 12, 2011, 7:12 AM by Michael Chanak   [ updated Apr 12, 2011, 7:18 AM ]
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MUSE Brings Musical Message of Inclusiveness

Winnie the Pooh Wins MUSE Over at Audition

A Support Staff Like No Other

Therese Edell, Pioneer of Women’s Music

Spring Colors at the Market

It's a Bittersweet Story

Friend MUSE Today

How to Become a MUSE Advertiser

The Doctor is In...MUSE

MUSE News Contributors



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MUSE Brings Musical Message of Inclusiveness

On Saturday, May 14th, from 7:30pm -10 pm, MUSE teams up with special visiting artist, Dreams of Hope, to fulfill one of MUSE'sGrailville retreat visions. Back in October at the MUSE annual retreat, MUSE envisioned ways to reach out as a choir to promote inclusiveness and great music.



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Winnie the Pooh Wins MUSE Over at Audition

MUSE: What is your name?
SES: Shannon E. Schaffer

MUSE: What do you do with your time outside of MUSE?
SES: I am a visiting professor of Hebrew Bible in Judaic Studies at UC. My family (my partner, Kim and our 3 year old daughter, Ari) likes to be outdoors, so we hike, climb, golf, go to the park, etc.



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A Support Staff Like No Other

Come join the 5th Section! Small, but mighty, the 5th Section is growing. Consisting of music lovers and friends, these men and women help out MUSE behind the scenes to help MUSE be all shecan be.



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Therese Edell, Pioneer of Women’s Music

Former MUSE founding mother/member, supporter, composer, and Enduring Spirit Award winner Theresa Marie Ranaletta Guanciale Bogner Edel—known to most Cincinnatians and MUSE people asTherese Edell—passed away March 14th, 2011, at her home in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Born March 12th, 1950, in Sharon, Pennsylvania, Therese "grew into a fearless tomboy who could accomplish anything she set her mind to" 1 whether playing various instruments, writing songs, or belting out folk songs in her strong alto voice. The University of Cincinnati's Conservatory of Music and her intention to become a classically-trained bassoonist brought Therese to Cincinnati, in 1968.



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Spring Colors at the Market

Springtime brings a new blast of color to the MUSE Marketplace. Among the new items at the market are MUSE logo tank tops in new spring colors. These will be available at the 28th Annual Spring Concert on May 14th.



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It's a Bittersweet Story

Cincinnati Men's Chorus Raises Curtain on 2nd Decade and Says Goodbye to Artistic Director...



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Friend MUSE Today

FRIENDS OF MUSE are easier to make than friends on Facebook!



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How to Become a MUSE Advertiser

Before talking about the “how to,” we would like to answer another question that is frequently asked. "Who should advertise with MUSE?" The response: "Anyone who is doing something they would like others to know about!"



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The Doctor is In...MUSE

MUSE: What is your name?
DR: Deb Richardson

MUSE: What do you do with your time outside of MUSE?
DR: By day, I work at the Student Health Center at Miami U. in Oxford. In my spare time, I sing with my friends Vicky and Rene' in a trio, we're called Sirenz. Also, I dance (and drum) with the Circle of Rhiannon Tribal Dance & Drum Troupe, based in Hamilton.



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MUSE News Contributors

Thank you to the following people for their writing and editing contributions to the MUSE News:

Mary Bucklin, Kelly Cobb, Rachel Kramer, Diana Martens, Maggie Panyko, Dorothy Smith, Leisan Smith, Becky Weedy, and Rachel Zerkle-Deshpande.



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