**Listing of All PFMS Staff; Ammerman, Matt, 6th Grade; Beers, Jeremy, 7th Social Studies; Belaid, Kate, French; Bierly, Mike, 8th Science; Billet, Kathy, Librarian
10538 overture showcases the instrumental talent of the band and their genius with this very distinct type of avant-garde sound. Attending a concert by Electric Light Orchestra is a privilege and unique sensation of consciousness. Watching as the band manipulates the instruments to their will and creates such a fascinating sound is a real treat to the concert goer.
One of my new ongoing projects is to post as much video from performances, masterclasses, and more that I can. Once each new offering is uploaded, I’ll post the video here.
From 1947 to 1956, he taught at Howard University . In 1956, Franklin was selected to chair the history department at Brooklyn College , the first person of color to head a major history department. Franklin served there until 1964, when he was recruited by the University of Chicago . He spent 1962 as a visiting professor at the University of Cambridge , holding the Professorship of American History and Institutions .
Lady Townshend is, by her own admission, a lapsed violinist but hugely enjoys the instrument, having played in the Chamber Orchestra whilst studying at St Andrews University. She has a great love of singing so it is particularly appropriate that she should agree to become the patron of King’s Lynn Festival Chorus. Having lived in Norfolk now for over 25 years, she is actively involved in supporting her husband in the restoration of Raynham Hall and organises the twice yearly Recital Weekends which contribute to funds for this enormous project. () An active bell ringer, Lady Townshend served on the committee which masterminded the installation of a new ring of 8 bells at East Raynham Church to celebrate the millennium.