Puerto Rico Symphony Orchestra Principal Clarinet Chair

Friends and Colleagues

March 7, 2010, backstage after the Casals Festival concert with Luis Enrique Julia's Quintet for Clarinet and Strings. Family and friends: Christi Stubbe, Fabi Aguayo, Paul Cleary, Patrick Cleary, Kathy (Mom,) and Shannon Cleary.
March 7, 2010, backstage after the Casals Festival concert with Luis Enrique Julia’s Quintet for Clarinet and Strings.
Family and friends: Christi Stubbe, Fabi Aguayo, Paul Cleary, Patrick Cleary, Kathy (Mom,) and Shannon Cleary.
Laiza Nazario, Himie Voxman and Kathy at Oaknoll Retirement Center in Iowa City on March 30, 2010. Laiza graduated in clarinet from the CMPR, and is now working on her masters with Dr. Maurita Mead at the University of Iowa. Don Himie is 98 and when asked "How are you?" he replied, "Better than I ought to be." What a wonderful contribution he has made to the clarinet world!
Laiza Nazario, Himie Voxman and Kathy at Oaknoll Retirement Center in Iowa City on March 30, 2010. Laiza graduated in clarinet from the CMPR, and is now working on her masters with Dr. Maurita Mead at the University of Iowa. Don Himie is 98 and when asked “How are you?” he replied, “Better than I ought to be.” What a wonderful contribution he has made to the clarinet world!
Kathy in front of Eble Music, in Iowa City, IA, a requisite visit if nearby!
Kathy in front of Eble Music, in Iowa City, IA, a requisite visit if nearby!
Cellist Luis Miguel Cellist Luis Miguel Rojas, Kathy and pianist Alan Lurie Rojas, Kathy and pianist Alan Lurie, in Jan D'Esopo's Music Room at the Gallery Inn in Old San Juan, April 18, 2010. We had just finished our "open rehearsal" for Jan's guests, in anticipation of our concert at the University of Puerto Rico Theater, a Tribute to Mitchell Lurie, which has been postponed because of a serious student strike that closed the UPR down on April 22.
Cellist Luis Miguel Cellist Luis Miguel Rojas, Kathy and pianist Alan Lurie Rojas, Kathy and pianist Alan Lurie, in Jan D’Esopo’s Music Room at the Gallery Inn in Old San Juan, April 18, 2010. We had just finished our “open rehearsal” for Jan’s guests, in anticipation of our concert at the University of Puerto Rico Theater, a Tribute to Mitchell Lurie, which has been postponed because of a serious student strike that closed the UPR down on April 22.
Kathy in the open rehearsal at the Gallery Inn, April 18, 2010. The program included trios by Beethoven and Brahms, as well as "bonbons" - short clarinet and piano pieces, played by Mitchell and Leona Lurie.
Kathy in the open rehearsal at the Gallery Inn, April 18, 2010. The program included trios by Beethoven and Brahms, as well as “bonbons” – short clarinet and piano pieces, played by Mitchell and Leona Lurie.
The beautiful "dueña" of the the Gallery Inn, and artist extraordinaire, Jan D'Esopo, relaxing after the open rehearsal, April 18, 2010.
The beautiful “dueña” of the the Gallery Inn, and artist extraordinaire, Jan D’Esopo, relaxing after the open rehearsal, April 18, 2010.
Susie and Alan Lurie sightseeing in Old San Juan, April 23, 2010. They’ll be back to play the concert when things calm down at the University.
Susie and Alan Lurie sightseeing in Old San Juan, April 23, 2010. They’ll be back to play the concert when things calm down at the University.
Kathy in her neighborhood, Urbanización Torrimar, where orchids grow on trees, and in June the trees put on a fabulous show of red, yellow, purple and pink blossoms. Puerto Rico has to be one of the most beautiful places on this green earth!
Kathy in her neighborhood, Urbanización Torrimar, where orchids grow on trees, and in June the trees put on a fabulous show of red, yellow, purple and pink blossoms. Puerto Rico has to be one of the most beautiful places on this green earth!


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