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Symphony conductor Ben Wade is out ...
Symphony conductor Ben Wade is out of the country and Arthur Field, executive/music director of the Carolina Pops Orchestra filled in bringing a different sound to the concert and kept the audience laughing with quick jokes.
For many of the songs, Field
also got into the theme of the music by wearing costumes.
The symphony began with music from "Fiddler on the Roof," with Field
getting into character as the dairyman.
Field also brought guest drummer Eric "Skid" Siglin, who according to the symphony program has been a professional musician for the past 17 years and an "in-demand drummer and percussionist in the upstate of South Carolina and the Atlanta area."
joked that classical musicians can only count to four, but had to count to eight with some of the pieces.
got some laughs when he
sauntered out in an Iron Man costume during the symphony's performance of "Iron Man." He
jokingly said he
had some trouble explaining the costume to the Transportation Security
The orchestra and Field
tapped into the hippie and disco-era during performances of Broadway's "Hair" and wore a disco-era dance shirt for the last song "Disco Inferno," which included the familiar tune of "Age of Aquarius."
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Arthur M. Field
Arthur M. Field
Dr. Arthur Field was born in 1953 in New Jersey.
studied piano under Frederick Bried from 1959 to 1970, receiving several performance awards and taught piano from 1970 to 1973.
In 1974, Field graduated from Rutgers University with two B.A. degrees (mathematics and statistics).
received the American Statistical Association Award for Best Undergraduate
In 1977, he was awarded a Juris Doctor from Rutgers Law School.
In 1978, Dr. Field
was admitted to the bars of New Jersey and Connecticut.
practiced law in those states from 1978 through 2003, and retains his
From 1978 to 1983, Field
was an Assoc.
Professor at Sacred Heart University
, Fairfield, Connecticut.
From 1979 to 1985, Field served as Assistant to the Director of Fidelity International, the parent company of Fidelity Mutual Funds.
Field was co-director of the Pacific Fund and the F.I. Commodity Fund.
In 1995, Field
relocated to South Carolina.
In 2000, Clemson University
a Ph.D. in Management Science.
This degree requires demonstration of doctoral proficiency the areas of statistics, operations research and management.
is the only person to hold the Mgt.
Ph.D. and a J.D.
In 1999, Field became President of Capital Investment Funding, LLC, a $41 Million South Carolina financial institution and lender.
From 2001 to 2004, Field
pursued post-doctoral studies in conducting and orchestration at Furman University
under Dr. Thomas Joiner.
In 2005, Field conducted the Greenville Symphony Orchestra in Dvorak's 9th and founded the Carolina Pops Orchestra.
He serves as Executive Director of the Carolina Pops and as its Associate Conductor and Musical Director.
Field serves as Commissioner of Museums for Greenville County, South Carolina.
is married to Kathryn Taillon and has two children: Davyd, 24 and Allyson, 16.
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Arthur Field is a former fund manager for Fidelity International.
wrote "The Magic 8: The Only 8 Indicators You Need to Make Millions in the Markets.
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Arthur M. Field has a Ph.D. in management science from Clemson and a J.D. from Rutgers.
He is a former commodity broker and was co-editor of Fidelity's Pacific Fund and in-house commodity fund.
wrote "The Magic Eight: The Only 8 Indicators You Ever Need to Make Millions.
E-mail him at TheMagicEight@hotmail.com
Arthur M. Field has a Ph.D. in management science from Clemson and a J.D. degree from Rutgers.
He is a former commodity broker and was co-director of Fidelity's Pacific Fund and an in-house commodity fund.
wrote "Mastering the Business Cycle and the Markets."