Horace Greeley High School
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Harris Request for Info
Harris Direct wants to confirm information for their directory. Once my info was confirmed they wanted me to purchase the directory at about $76 per copy either in book form or on CD-ROM.

SPIN magazine's band of the Day
Hi everyone,
the band I am in with my brother Justin (class of '94) was just named SPIN's band of the Day. You can check it out and vote for us to be band of the month at:


there was also a feature on us in Time Out New York last month which can be seen at:


Thats it- hope everone is doing great.

Now a photographer
I had my first openings as a photographer and recently launched a website of my work. Check it out http://www.michaelsuchman.com
All works are available for purchase. Special rates for HGHS alums.

Free Concert in NYC!
SHE, women's vocal ensemble


A free concert at 4 PM, Saturday, April 30, 2005

New location: St. Luke's Lutheran Church, 308 W. 46th St., just west of 8th Ave.

The concert of a cappella music will feature:
Steven Osgood's Hush..., for SSA and quartet, conducted by Mr. Osgood, and Robert Applebaum's Five Teasdale Miniatures, both world premiere sets of songs,

Plus Marian songs, including William Hawley's Regina Coeli, and madrigals by Ernst Krenek.

Each SHE concert sponsors a charity. At intermission, those who wish to may make donations to the sponsored group. The Lullaby concert will sponsor the National Stillbirth Association, which will receive 100% of donated monies

Please join us for a reception following the concert.
For more about SHE, see http://www.shesingers.org
Or contact Musical Director Sally Hoskins, at SheSally (at) aol.com

A Free Concert
SHE, women's vocal ensemble



a free concert of music for the season

Saturday November 20, 4 PM
Church of Grace and St. Paul
123 W 71st St, between Columbus and Broadway
New York, NY

The concert features 20th and 21st century music for the holiday season, including pieces by Eleanor Daley, Javier Busto, Joan Szymko, William Hawley, Mel Torme, and Bernice Johnston Reagon.

At intermission, those who wish to may make donations to the Alliance for Lupus Research, which will receive 100% of funds collected.

We welcome first-time concertgoers and children. Plan to stay for the refreshments at the post-concert reception.

For further information, contact
Sally Hoskins
Musical Director of SHE
SheSally (at) aol.com

Concert; Sunday April 4th 2004
SHE women's vocal ensemble presents


Contemporary choral music from North and South America

Sunday April 4, 2004
4 PM
Church of Grace and St. Paul
123 W 71st St. between Columbus and Broadway
New York, NY

The concert of 20th and 21st century a cappella pieces for women's chorus will feature music by New York composers William Hawley and Matthew Harris.

The program includes Hawley's Salve Regina (New York premiere) , Harris's Object Lesson, and works by Ernani Aguiar, Alberto Favero, Joan Szymko, Emma Lou Diemer, and Stephen Hatfield.

The concert is free.

Each SHE concert sponsors a charitable organization.
Audience members who wish to may make donations at intermission to support the Annie Tinker Association for Women, which provides direct financial assistance to retired women in need of support. 100% of donated funds will be forwarded to the TInker Association.

Children are welcome.

For further information, please contact Sally Hoskins, SHE's musical director,
at 212-799-9833 or SheSally (at) aol.com

Michael Suchman on stage at Carnegie Hall
Many of you may remember me as a Walter Schalk dancer. Well I am still dancing. This will be my 4th time on Carnegie's stage. I am currently on the dance team of the New York City Gay Men's Chorus. Our next concert is December 12, 2003. The show is called, A Twisted Holiday. The music will be new and different arrangements of familiar holiday songs. The is going to be fantastic!!! I encourage everyone to come.

For more information about the concert and the NYCGMC in general visit http://www.nycgmc.org.

So, to answer the question of how do you get to Carnegie Hall...Take Walter Schalk.

Just a hello!
Just wanted to post a hello here to those who remember me, it certainly has been a long time. I am living in Houston, Texas now with my wife and daughter. Would love to hear from some of the old faces. :)

I am Jennifer Webb, formerly Jennifer Coltrin. I just wanted to announce the birth of my latest. My fifth child, Jacob Ira Webb was born December 28, 2001 weighing in at 9 lbs 9oz (ouch). He is four months old now, but I just found this site! My oldest son just lost both his front teeth. He is 7. I have five children and I am running for School Board in my precinct. Who knew?

Does anyone know whatever happened to Pia Smal or Amy Gignesi?

Back in NY
After my final bow with Walter Schalk, I moved to St. Louis for college. I stayed there (St. Louis not college) for 12 years. I moved back to NY with my partner in May 2001. We have since parted, but I am still in NY. I live in the city and would love to hear from any of my friends from Greeley, especially all of you Schalkers. Sara, Lynn, Tom, Tom, etc, you know who you are.

Speaking of Schalking, I would be remiss not to add a line about Ellen. She and I have stayed in touch and I was even in her wedding party. At the reception I was her designated dance partner (no big shock there). One person even thought I was the groom. See, all those Monday and Thursday nights in the cafeteria of Bell paid off.

Free Concert in NYC Sunday, November 18th
SHE, women's vocal ensemble



a free concert honoring God's Love We Deliver

Sunday November 18, 2001
4 PM
Lutheran Church of Grace
123 W 71st St., between Broadway and Columbus Ave.
New York, NY

The all a cappella choral concert will include 20th/21st century works by Busto, Ugalde, Norgard, Leininger, Jeffers, and Aguiar. We will also perform Lana Walter's Petite Mass and The Road Not Taken, a new piece by NY composer Ethan Nash.

SHE will be joined by guest tenors and basses for music in memory of those lost in the violence and in the rescue efforts of September 11. Works in this section include John Rutter's God Be In My Head, Brock McElheran's Funeral March on the Deaths of Heroes, and a Joseph Jennings arrangement of the Sacred Harp song, Wondrous Love.

All are welcome (bring the kids!). At intermission, those who wish to may make donations to God's Love We Deliver, an organization that brings hot meals to homebound people with AIDS. SHE will forward 100% of collected monies to God's Love We Deliver.

For further information, please contact Sally Hoskins, musical director of SHE, at 212-799-9833 or SheSally (at) aol.com

A new addition
My husband Gavin Fraser and I are thrilled to announce the birth of our second daughter, Lucy Beth Fraser, on May 1, 2001. She weighed in at 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 18 inches long. Her big sister Georgia Rose loves to help out with her diaper changes, and can't wait for Lucy Beth to be old enough to play games with her.

April Scheck's Engagement
I am getting married on November 10th, 2001 to Brett Miller. Our wedding will be in San Diego, CA. We are currently living in the San Fernando Valley, just north of Los Angeles. I am working as a Speech Language Pathologist in an Early Intervention center. If anyone from my class is ever in the area, drop me an email. It would be fun to reconnect.

David Markus '89
Hey everyone. I'm finishing school (for the third time) and returning to Westchester, maybe even Chappaqua. If anyone's still around (particularly from the classes of 1989, 1990 and 1991), I'd love to reconnect.

Dave Markus '89
BOSTON (617) 497-6557, dmarkus (at) law.harvard.edu
NEW YORK (914) 238-8138

Birth Announcement
My name is Kristin Bohmert Palumbo and I wanted to let you know that my husband and I are the proud new parents of a baby girl. Her name is Julia Catherine, she was born on Feb. 6th at 11:30am, weighed 7lbs. 13 oz and was 19 3/4 inches. All went well and we are proudly adjusting to parenthood.

Birth Announcement!
My husband, Gavin Fraser, and I are thrilled to announce the birth of our daughter, Georgia Rose, on April 7, 1999. She weighed in at 7 lb., 3 oz. and was 18 inches long (now she's already up to 10 lb., 10 oz.!)