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Release: Jan. 31, 2002
UI Maia Quartet cellist is Feb. 1 God at Iowa forum
Amos Yang, lecturer at the University of Iowa's School
of Music and a member of the Maia Quartet, will be the guest speaker at the
Friday, Feb. l Finding God at Iowa lunch forum designed for faculty, staff
and graduate students. The forum will begin at noon in River Room 1, Iowa
Memorial Union and is open to the public.
Yang earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree
in music from the Julliard School of Music. His numerous awards include first
prizes in both the American String Teacher's Association Competition and the
Grace Vamos Cello Competition. He was also a finalist in Wigmore Hall's Pierre
Fournier International Cello Competition. Now in its fifth year, the Finding
God at Iowa forum is a program of the Geneva Campus Ministry at the University
of Iowa designed to complement the popular Geneva Lecture Series, which brings
renowned speakers to the UI campus to address a wide range of topics from
a Judeo-Christian perspective.
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