Celebrate <br />30 Years of Music!<br />The International Conservatory of Music 1980-2010<br />
It was 1980.<br />And it started<br /> with a dream.<br />
How It Began<br />Tim was impressed by the music <br />community in DC, during his<br />university years.<br />
How It Began<br />The guitar wasn’t really considered  a concert instrument.<br />Except in Washington, DC.<br />
How It Began<br />In DC, Sophocles Pappas had presented  the guitar as a concert instrument.<br />In DC, Andres Segovia an...
How It Began<br />DC already had an open-minded <br />community that appreciated music!<br />
MOVE to DC<br />Tim and Susan Healy moved to the DC Metro area to start<br />The International Conservatory of Music.<br />
BACK to DC<br />Tim reunited with his friend from his college days, Regis Ferruzza.<br />
BACK to DC<br />It was 1980.<br />October.<br />
The Start<br />The Music of Many Lands<br />The International Conservatory <br />of Music started an <br />Event-A-Month P...
The Start<br />The Music of Many Lands<br />This program presented events<br />that featured professional <br />musician-e...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Miyuki Yoshikami, koto<br />(traditional Japanese inst...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Chen, Chien-Tai, erhhu<br />(traditional Chinese instr...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Leo Sarkisian, kanoon<br />(traditional Middle Eastern...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Abel Carlevaro, Uruguay<br />classical guitar<br />
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Regis Ferruzza<br />classical guitar<br />
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Ina Nacev Allen,<br />classical piano<br />
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Hilton Baxter<br />classical organ<br />
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Louis Chen, cheng<br />(A 16 string zither, <br />trad...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Tomas O’Canaan,<br />uillean pipes<br />(traditional C...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Music of The Nile:<br />Composer, <br />Hakim El-Dabh<...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Music of India:<br />(traditional instruments <br />fr...
’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Music of Korea:<br />Samulnori<br />- ensemble from <b...
1984 …<br />The International <br />Conservatory <br />of Music expanded,<br />and offered<br />private musical<br />educa...
1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of  Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program BEGINS<br />31 instruct...
1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of  Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program Offered:<br />Performan...
1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of  Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program Offered:<br />2 semeste...
1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of  Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program Offered:<br />History/L...
1992<br />
John E. <br />Marlow<br />1939-1992<br />Teacher, Composer,<br />Performer, Friend<br />
1993<br />All were shocked and saddened at the premature passing of a wonderful friend and fellow guitarist, John E. Marlo...
1993<br />Tim Healy co-organized The <br />Memorial Tribute Concert <br />To John E. Marlow, to celebrate<br />the life of...
1994 – 2010<br />Tim Healy and Regis Ferruzza<br />came up with a plan to celebrate <br />John E. Marlow and the <br />cla...
1994 – 2010<br />The life of TheJohn E. Marlow Guitar Series begins!<br />
1994<br />Wade Dunn, one of Regis’ former students, joined The John E. Marlow team.<br />
1994 – 2010<br />The John E. Marlow Guitar Series features 6 professional<br />guitar concerts each season!<br />
A Fun Time!<br />The Three Guys &<br /> Julian Bream<br />The Three Guys &<br />Jorge Morel<br />
A Fun Time!<br />The John E. <br />Marlow Guitar<br />Series posted<br />pictures from <br />The Concerts.<br />What a fri...
A Fun Time!<br />The John E. <br />Marlow Guitar<br />Series made it to<br />the local news.<br />
2005<br />The Beatty Music Scholarship <br />Competition for Classical Guitar<br />begins.<br />
2008<br />The Embassy Tours project began.<br />The first trip was co-sponsored by<br />The International Conservatory of ...
Embassy Tours<br />2009<br />Margarita Escarpa travelled the United States, performing in 22 locations, including  Bethesd...
And Now…<br />
2010-2011<br />The John E. Marlow Guitar Series celebrates our 17th Season of beautiful classical<br />guitar music!<br />
2011<br />Beatty’s 5th year!<br />
Happy 30th<br /> Anniversary!<br />
And the dream continues…<br />
Thank you for the tireless work, <br />without which <br />this Conservatory <br />would not exist:<br />(in random order)...
Credits<br />Design: Meagan Healy at Marketing Your Big Picture.com<br />Software: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007<br />
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  1. 1. Celebrate <br />30 Years of Music!<br />The International Conservatory of Music 1980-2010<br />
  2. 2. It was 1980.<br />And it started<br /> with a dream.<br />
  3. 3. How It Began<br />Tim was impressed by the music <br />community in DC, during his<br />university years.<br />
  4. 4. How It Began<br />The guitar wasn’t really considered a concert instrument.<br />Except in Washington, DC.<br />
  5. 5. How It Began<br />In DC, Sophocles Pappas had presented the guitar as a concert instrument.<br />In DC, Andres Segovia and others performed in guitar concerts.<br />
  6. 6. How It Began<br />DC already had an open-minded <br />community that appreciated music!<br />
  7. 7. MOVE to DC<br />Tim and Susan Healy moved to the DC Metro area to start<br />The International Conservatory of Music.<br />
  8. 8. BACK to DC<br />Tim reunited with his friend from his college days, Regis Ferruzza.<br />
  9. 9. BACK to DC<br />It was 1980.<br />October.<br />
  10. 10. The Start<br />The Music of Many Lands<br />The International Conservatory <br />of Music started an <br />Event-A-Month Program.<br />This began in early 1981.<br />
  11. 11. The Start<br />The Music of Many Lands<br />This program presented events<br />that featured professional <br />musician-educators dedicated to <br />their music.<br />
  12. 12. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Miyuki Yoshikami, koto<br />(traditional Japanese instrument)<br />
  13. 13. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Chen, Chien-Tai, erhhu<br />(traditional Chinese instrument)<br />
  14. 14. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Leo Sarkisian, kanoon<br />(traditional Middle Eastern instrument)<br />
  15. 15. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Abel Carlevaro, Uruguay<br />classical guitar<br />
  16. 16. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Regis Ferruzza<br />classical guitar<br />
  17. 17. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Ina Nacev Allen,<br />classical piano<br />
  18. 18. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Hilton Baxter<br />classical organ<br />
  19. 19. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Louis Chen, cheng<br />(A 16 string zither, <br />traditional <br />Chinese instrument)<br />
  20. 20. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Tomas O’Canaan,<br />uillean pipes<br />(traditional Celtic instrument)<br />
  21. 21. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Music of The Nile:<br />Composer, <br />Hakim El-Dabh<br />and <br />Hamza El-Din, al-oud<br />(traditional Middle East instrument)<br />
  22. 22. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Music of India:<br />(traditional instruments <br />from India)<br />Swapan<br />Chaudhuri, <br />tabla<br />Ali Akbar Khan, <br />sarod<br />
  23. 23. ’81<br />to<br />’83<br />Event<br />A<br />Month<br />Program<br />Music of Korea:<br />Samulnori<br />- ensemble from <br />Korea, playing <br />traditional <br />Korean Farmers <br />Music<br />Among many, many others…<br />
  24. 24. 1984 …<br />The International <br />Conservatory <br />of Music expanded,<br />and offered<br />private musical<br />education.<br />
  25. 25.
  26. 26. 1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program BEGINS<br />31 instructors signed up. <br />These educators specialized in music from <br />many regions: Japan, China, Middle East,<br />India, Ireland, to name a few.<br />
  27. 27. 1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program Offered:<br />Performance Classes<br />
  28. 28. 1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program Offered:<br />2 semesters with <br />one master class and <br />one student recital each term<br />
  29. 29. 1984…<br />The International Conservatory <br />of Music’s Private Lesson <br />Extension Program Offered:<br />History/Literature Classes<br />Theory Classes<br />
  30. 30. 1992<br />
  31. 31. John E. <br />Marlow<br />1939-1992<br />Teacher, Composer,<br />Performer, Friend<br />
  32. 32. 1993<br />All were shocked and saddened at the premature passing of a wonderful friend and fellow guitarist, John E. Marlow.<br />
  33. 33. 1993<br />Tim Healy co-organized The <br />Memorial Tribute Concert <br />To John E. Marlow, to celebrate<br />the life of John E. Marlow.<br />
  34. 34.
  35. 35. 1994 – 2010<br />Tim Healy and Regis Ferruzza<br />came up with a plan to celebrate <br />John E. Marlow and the <br />classical guitar, annually!<br />
  36. 36. 1994 – 2010<br />The life of TheJohn E. Marlow Guitar Series begins!<br />
  37. 37. 1994<br />Wade Dunn, one of Regis’ former students, joined The John E. Marlow team.<br />
  38. 38. 1994 – 2010<br />The John E. Marlow Guitar Series features 6 professional<br />guitar concerts each season!<br />
  39. 39. A Fun Time!<br />The Three Guys &<br /> Julian Bream<br />The Three Guys &<br />Jorge Morel<br />
  40. 40. A Fun Time!<br />The John E. <br />Marlow Guitar<br />Series posted<br />pictures from <br />The Concerts.<br />What a friendly <br />community!<br />
  41. 41. A Fun Time!<br />The John E. <br />Marlow Guitar<br />Series made it to<br />the local news.<br />
  42. 42. 2005<br />The Beatty Music Scholarship <br />Competition for Classical Guitar<br />begins.<br />
  43. 43. 2008<br />The Embassy Tours project began.<br />The first trip was co-sponsored by<br />The International Conservatory of <br />Music and the Embassy of Spain.<br />
  44. 44. Embassy Tours<br />2009<br />Margarita Escarpa travelled the United States, performing in 22 locations, including Bethesda, MD for The John E. Marlow Guitar Series.<br />The blog of her tour: http://guitarsontour.blogspot.com<br />
  45. 45. And Now…<br />
  46. 46. 2010-2011<br />The John E. Marlow Guitar Series celebrates our 17th Season of beautiful classical<br />guitar music!<br />
  47. 47. 2011<br />Beatty’s 5th year!<br />
  48. 48.
  49. 49. Happy 30th<br /> Anniversary!<br />
  50. 50. And the dream continues…<br />
  51. 51. Thank you for the tireless work, <br />without which <br />this Conservatory <br />would not exist:<br />(in random order) <br />Susan R. Healy, <br />Joan Collings, <br />Miyuki & ShukoYoshikami, <br />Bill Herrmann, <br />Larry Snitzler, <br />Berta Rojas, Amy Cutts, <br />Jim & Susan Rose, <br />Deborah Drayer, RonniHarvith, <br />Debbie & Patrick Mezzetta, <br />Shirley & Julius Rosen, <br />Brian Healy, Angela Hsueh, <br />Meagan Healy <br />and all of our regular helpers…<br />Thank you!<br />
  52. 52. Credits<br />Design: Meagan Healy at Marketing Your Big Picture.com<br />Software: Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007<br />

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