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Dr. Dennis Friesen-Carper

Reddel Professor of Music

Valparaiso University

HQ Phone: (219) 464-5000

Valparaiso University

1700 Chapel Drive

Valparaiso, Indiana 46383

United States

Company Description

We provide real estate services in all of Porter County including the following cities: , Valparaiso , Chesterton , Portage , Kouts We also provide real estate services in the following counties: , Lake County , LaPorte County Valparaiso is located at ... more

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Employment History

Conductor
Valparaiso University Symphony Orchestra

Reddel Professor of Music
ANAC Institution

Reddel Professor of Music
New American Colleges

Reddel Professor of Music
Wagner College

Composer-In-Residence
Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra

Education

PHD

Web References (96 Total References)


Innocents,directed by Dennis ...

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Innocents,directed by Dennis Friesen-Carper, REddel Professor of Music at Valparaiso University


Welcome to Windiana Concert Band!

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Dr. Dennis Friesen-Carper, Valparaiso University


Lilly Fellows Program > Grants & Prizes > Arlin G. Meyer Prize > Arlin G. Meyer Prize List

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Innocents,directed by Dennis Friesen-Carper, REddel Professor of Music at Valparaiso University


The winner of the 2010 Arlin ...

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The winner of the 2010 Arlin G. Meyer Prize is Innocents, a musical performance directed by Dennis Friesen-Carper, Reddel Professor of Music at Valparaiso University.

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Dr. Friesen-Carper was guided by the conviction that this performance of Innocents was especially timely; specifically, his intention in the performance was to create "space for our community to reflect on the abuse of power [and on] Christ's alternative, and to pray for God's light."


The winner of the 2010 Arlin ...

www.lillyfellows.org [cached]

The winner of the 2010 Arlin G. Meyer Prize is Innocents, a musical performance directed by Dennis Friesen-Carper, Reddel Professor of Music at Valparaiso University.

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Dr. Friesen-Carper was guided by the conviction that this performance of Innocents was especially timely; specifically, his intention in the performance was to create "space for our community to reflect on the abuse of power [and on] Christ's alternative, and to pray for God's light."

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