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Dolores White

b. 20th Century

Dolores White was born in Chicago, Illinois. She earned her bachelor's degree at Oberlin Conservatory of Music and also studied at Teachers College, Columbia University, and piano privately with James Friskin in New York City. She completed her master's degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music and did post-graduate work at Ohio State University. She was a full-time faculty member at Cuyahoga Community College and is an adjunct professor at Wooster College. Her music includes many songs, piano compositions, choral works, instrumental arrangements of Negro spirituals, and original works for instrumental ensemble. Several of her works have been recorded: Blues Dialogues for solo violin by Gregory Walker on Kaleidoscope: Music by African American Women, Toccata for piano by Karen Walwyn on the album Dark Fires, and Crystal Gazing by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony on Cleveland Plays Music by African Americans. (#02104)