The above photo was taken at Sewanee Summer Music Festival in 1962.
Stanley Yerlow, piano
Peggy Geschmay, violin
Rosemary Glyde, viola
James Kreger, cello
-The violinist, Peggy Geschmay Rubenstein played for many years in an an Oregon Symphony, and raised a family.
-The violist has passed away, but not before becoming well known in NYC as a violist and head of a violist society, She received fame transcribing the Rachmaninoff Sonata
for Cello and Piano to Viola and piano.
-James Kreger, Cello has become world famous performing and recording all over the world. Currently he is with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.
-Stanley Yerlow, attended Eastman and received a DMA several years ago. For the past 20 years he has been Regis Philbin’s Conductor and have appeared throughout the world
with his own cruise show. In addition he has played Merkin Hall, and Carnegie Recital Hall for 10 years in a row and has taught at NYU, and Fordham Universities.
From Mr. Yerlow:
We all have marvelous and lasting memories of our Summers in Sewanee, during the days of Julius Hegyi and Martha McCory. What we learned at Sewanee has played and contributed a significant spiritual area in all of our careers and lives. Anyone with the good fortune to attend Sewanee will acquire life long memories to augment their musical careers. I am please to see the celebration continue.