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Guest Chamber Music Lecture The Winter Term Chamber Music Intensive Festival for String, Wind and Piano presents a guest lecture by Mike Telin Daniel Hathaway, and Donald Rosenberg. "The Chamber Musician Approach to the Media" Mike Telin received his musical training at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and made his living as a bassoonist for more than a decade. From 1990 through 2004, he served as executive director of Music and Performing Arts at Trinity Cathedral, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio, managing that organization incorporation as a 501 (c) (3), and raising a $500,000 endowment. He also designed and executed a number of major projects including a Community Development Initiative, an International Opera Project in cooperation with the Ohio Arts Council, Oberlin Conservatory of Music, and the Instituto of the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires. Department of Health and Human Services grant to incorporate the arts into an HIV and STD prevention program for at risk youth in Cleveland. He produced the first US Tour of Tango Orquesta El Arranque (Buenos Aires) and coproduced the first Resonance: a World Music Festival (Cleveland), now an annual event. He has served on grant review panels for the Ohio Arts Council and the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts, as a board member and cochair for the annual conference of the Ohio Arts Presenters Network, and as a member of the planning committee for the Arts Midwest Annual Booking Conference in Cleveland. degree from the Episcopal Divinity School. During his undergraduate days, Hathaway conducted the Bach Society Orchestra, productions for the Leverett and Lowell House opera societies, and was assistant conductor for the Harvard Glee Club and Radcliffe Choral Society Asian Tour in 1967. Hathaway has been head of humanities at the Sunset Hill School in Kansas City, Missouri, head of arts at Groton School in Groton, Massachusetts, and head of Upper School Music at Laurel School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. He was music director at Christ Church, Cambridge, Massachusetts; Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, Kansas City, Missouri; and at St. John Chapel at Groton School before beginning a 31 year tenure at Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, where he founded Music Performing Arts at Trinity, Trinity Chamber Orchestra, the Brownbag Concert Series, and the Medieval Feasts at Trinity. Hathaway studied organ with Jerald Hamilton, Harald Vogel, Guy Bovet, and Piet Kee and conducting with Leon Barzin at the Berkshire Music Center at Tanglewood. He made his South American conducting debut at the Teatro Colon in Buenos Aires in 2004, as part of an International Opera Project involving Oberlin Opera Theater, Trinity Cathedral, and the Instituto of the Teatro Colon and funded through the Ohio Arts Council. Donald Rosenberg, editor of Early Music America magazine, took on that post in July 2014 following a nearly 36 year career in daily journalism as a music critic and arts reporter. He was on the staff at The Plain Dealer in Cleveland for 21 years and previously served as music critic of The Pittsburgh Press and the Akron Beacon Journal. Don has written for Gramophone, Symphony magazine, Opera (London), Opera News, Early Music America magazine, and many other publications. Don majored in French horn at the Mannes College of Music and the Yale School of Music. He was a participant in the Aspen and Marlboro music festivals, where he performed under such conductors as Herbert Blomstedt, John Nelson, Pablo Casals, and Leon Kirchner. While at Yale, he mustered the courage to play Bach Brandenburg concertos nos. 1 and 2 on the same program. When not editing EMAg in Shaker Heights, Ohio, he teaches music criticism at the Oberlin Conservatory and classes for Case Western Reserve University Laura Alvin Siegal Lifelong Learning Program.