Dr. Anne L. Viricel
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Benefit the San Bernardino Symphony
Opportunity tickets will be available at our March 26, 2016 "Masterwork Melange" concert featuring pianist Rufus Choi to be held at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts, 562 4th Street, San Bernardino.
Tickets may also be obtained by visiting our box office at 198 N. Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, or by mailing a check to the Symphony box office at 198 N. Arrowhead Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92408, or by calling the box office at (909) 381-5388 to purchase a ticket using your credit card. >>> Read full article
High school reunion special donation
High school reunions and a shared love of music helped bring about a very special reconnection for Highland resident Barbara Pike and William “Bill” Jones, who after not seeing each other for over 30 years, reunited to attend the 65th San Bernardino High School Class of 1950 reunion together in October 2015 in what proved to be the start of new romance.
Bill, class of 1950, and Barbara, class of 1951, had been friends playing togehter in the school’s band. Both married their first spouses soon after graduation and for a few years the two couples shared a home as the men joined the Navy and spent much of their time overseas during the Korean War.
After the war their lives took different paths as Bill built a career in technology working for IBM in New York and later Hughes Aircraft in California while Barbara remained in the San Bernardino area and became a teacher. >>> Read full article
Symphony benefits all ages
The Highland Area Kiwanis Club learned of the San Bernardino Symphony’s active efforts to introduce the community’s students, children and families to the entertainment and culture of symphonic music through a variety of programs aimed at attracting and educating young audiences. San Bernardino Symphony Executive Director Anne Viricel, club member and Highland resident, shared that attracting young audiences is beneficial to the symphony, the community and its young people.
“This can make a big difference because kids who participate in the arts outperform their non-participating peers three-to-one in their academics,” Viricel said. “The arts tend to open up students’ world views.” >>> Read full article
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