Deborah Simpkin King ’76 talks to host James Creange ’17 about the impact of music, its cathartic powers and the way it connects people.
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The choral conductor said she has the privilege of working with people and touching lives. “We are sharing the real stuff of life. That’s where we all connect,” she said. “At the core, we’re all one, and that’s where we meet in music.”
Photo by Beatriz Terrazas
“Zoo” performed by GG Riggs, used under license from Shutterstock.
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