THE WHITE HOUSE
Office of The Press Secretary
For Immediate Release October
PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES CAROLYNN LINDEMAN
TO THE PRESIDENT?S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON THE ARTS
OF THE JOHN F. KENNEDY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS
The President announced today his intention to appoint Carolynn
Lindeman to the President?s Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F.
Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
Dr. Carolynn A. Lindeman, of Greenbrae, California, is Professor
of Music at San Francisco State University and past president of MENC: The
National Association for Music Education National Conference. Dr. Lindeman
serves on the Board of Directors for the International Society for Music
Education and on the National Committee of Examiners in Music for
Educational Testing Service and is a member of the California Commission on
Teacher Credentialing Music Advisory Panel. She is a widely published
author of over 50 articles on music education, and her books include The
Musical Classroom: Backgrounds, Models and Skills for Elementary Teaching,
and PianoLab: An Introduction to Class Piano. Active as a speaker, she has
addressed educators in almost every state and in Canada, Europe, Southeast
Asia, Mexico, South Africa, and Israel.
Dr. Lindeman studied at the Mozarteum Academy in Austria and
received a B.M. from the Oberlin College Conservatory of Music, an M.A. in
Music from San Francisco State University, and a D.M.A. from Stanford
The President?s Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F. Kennedy
Center for the Performing Arts advises and consults with the Board of
Trustees for the Center and makes recommendations to the Board regarding
existing and prospective cultural activities to be featured at the center.
In addition, the members of the Committee assist in the Center?s
fundraising efforts and act as liaisons to performance groups and
performing arts centers throughout the nation.