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Why Music? The Importance of Music in Our Lives

Wednesday, March 6, 2013 from 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Bozeman, MT, Sigma Phi Epsilon RLC 1717 Greek Way

The Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity hosts a SigEp Lecture Series, "Why Music? The Importance of Music in Our Lives" by Dr. Ilse-Mari Lee

About Ilse-Mari Lee:
Ilse-Mari Lee is the Director of the University Honors Program. Born in South Africa, she holds a Bachelor's degree in Music from the University of the Wirwatersand in Joannesburg, along with Masters degrees in Cello Perfor- mance and in Theory and Composition, from Northern Illinois Univeristy, and a Doctorate in Cello Performance and Pedagogy from the Uni- versity of Arizona. She is active as a concerto soloist, recitalist, chamber musician, and com- poser. She is passionate about educating people of the use and purpose of music in their lives.

About the Sigma Phi Epsilon Residential Learning Community:
The MSU Montana Beta Chapter of SigEp is distinguished as one of only 47 chapters (out of 236) to be designated as a Residential Learning Community. This certification recognizes their commitment to academic excellence, substance free lodge/events, recruitment of a live-in faculty fellow, and creation of an outstanding living-learning environment. They are proud of their awards for Highest Greek GPA, Fraternity Home of the Year, and MSU Fraternity of the Year.


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