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Limestone Professor Brings Western Approach of Music Lessons to China
Chip Hill China Web

Limestone Music Professor Dr. Harry "Chip" Hill in Zhenghou, China.

For the past 16 years, Limestone College Music Professor and clarinetist Dr. Harry "Chip" Hill has spent a good portion of his summers as an instructor with the highly acclaimed MasterWorks Festival in Indiana teaching students from throughout the world.

 In August, however, Dr. Hill and 13 of his fellow MasterWorks faculty members took a serious road trip to the other side of the world. A middle school in Zhengzhou, China served as their home away from home while they shared their Western approach to music lessons with some 100 students.

Acclaimed Tenor Joins Limestone Community Music School Faculty
Jake Thomason web

Jake Thomason

Jake Thomason, tenor, has joined the faculty of the Limestone College Community Music School, and began instruction in September.

Dealing with Life Through Sports

Tommie Storms web
Tommie Storms '81
Few people seem as confident with the path they have chosen as Tommie Storms ‘81 obviously is. “There is great satisfaction in just answering the call when it comes,” she said. “And this was it for me.”

Storms is the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of the American Association of adaptedSPORTS® Programs, based in Atlanta. AAASP’s mission is to develop a standardized infrastructure of school-based sports teams for kids with physical disabilities.
Music Professor Talks Civil War Era Music


David Thompson
Dr. David Thompson

On June 15th, Limestone music professor Dr. David Thompson was the featured guest on the wildly popular South Carolina ETV radio program "Walter Edgar's Journal."

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