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My name is James Green, and I am the incumbent President of King’s College London Symphony Orchestra.  The thing I most admire about Chris is his ability…

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Chris was the most extraordinary human being I have ever met. His positive influence with us at KCLSO was immeasurable. Personally, it was an honour to work…

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I only knew Christopher briefly in Weimar, as we were both students from the US there. But it was around the time he met Sindre. We all…

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This performance of Biber’s Passacaglia is for Chris. I thought of this piece specifically for him since the descending ground bass is often interpreted as the steps…

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Christopher was my nephew and a wunderkind.  Among his long list of qualities, I was impressed by his ability to momentarily interrupt his passionate drive to meet…

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College was a really formative time in my life. I know that this was the case for Zeke. That he embraced the freedom to rediscover himself is…

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Zeke and I were Senior Fellows together at Dartmouth during our senior year. He was so inspirational, that years and year later, I still speak of his…

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Dear Quentin, Molly, Lydia, Purple, Samuel, Sindre, and Kin, All I can do is to create this embrace, this vessel, of peace and love where sorrow can…

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Christopher entered our lives last year when he came to Norfolk to conduct the Yorke Trust’s summer opera, The Tempest. On our journey from the station when…

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Passing along this memory on behalf of Bill Summers’s, Zeke’s Senior Fellowship advisor at Dartmouth: A great shadow has darkened the sky.  The birds have begun their…

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