In December, the Jerusalem Music Centre held a training workshop for Israeli band conductors from across Israel.
The goal was to help improve the musical experience and strengthen the rapport that is necessary between
conductors and band members for a cohesive performance.
Dr. Joseph Missal, a world-renowned band conductor from Oklahoma State University, was chosen to lead this
workshop. Dr. Missal is a world-renowned band conductor. At OSU he conducts the Wind Ensemble, Symphonic
Band, and Chamber Winds and guides all aspects of the OSU Band Program. He also directs the graduate
conducting program, and serves as Chairman of the Wind and Percussion Division. His ensembles have performed
all over the world, and he has been in Israel before and has a very good reputation here.
OKIE was excited to be a partner with the Jerusalem Music Centre, offering this opportunity to the more than 70
youth bands from across Israel.
OKIE - Jerusalem Music Centre Partnership a Great Success
OKlahoma Israel Exchange invites you to
one of the most important exhibitions in the field of agricultural technologies
JOIN YOUR COLLEAGUES ON THIS MISSION TO ISRAEL!
· Learn about one of the biggest agricultural challenges in 2015 postharvest and food
· Offer your company the benefit from the largest agricultural audiences
· Grow your business by meeting influential people in agriculture
April 26 – May 5
$3,450 Land Cost includes:
Hotel Accommodations Tel Aviv and Jerusalem
Tour with Guide* — sites include:
Masada, Dead Sea, Sea of Gallilee, Yad Vashem
All entrance fees related to Agritech
Supplemental visits to agricultural sites
Four dinners and two lunches
Approximate air fare ($1,500) booked and paid by participant
Approximate total cost: $4,950
Deposit to OKIE due by March 5, 2015
Susan Robertson, OKIE