Don't Fret

Tom Mondschein, user support analyst for CIT, has a secret life as a classical and jazz guitarist. He’s a member of the Moravian College Guitar Ensemble, directedc by John Arnold of the music faculty, and teaches beginning guitar at Lehigh Carbon Community College. And with his friends Frank Michael Flandorffer Sr. of Lafayette College, Michael Baer, Sean Bach (who says he’s a direct descendant of J.S. Bach), and Heath Hitchcock of the Community Music School in Allentown, he’s a member of the Pennsylvania Guitar Quintet. The group’s debut CD, Introducing the Pennsylvania Guitar Quintet: The Peter Hall Sessions, includes original guitar music and transcriptions of works by Vivaldi, Debussy, Corelli, Telemann, Antonio Carlos Jobim, Granados, and Augustín Barrios, among others, in styles from baroque to soft jazz. The snazzy logo is by Kirsli Spinks ’05, Lebanon, N.J., and the case design by Lauren Nicholas ’01.

April 12, 2005

Test Pilots:
Men’s soccer team tests high-speed cameras to be used at goal lines for soccer, hockey, races.

Banking on Success:
Warren Hilton of the Career Center wins an Impact Award for a well-attended banking careers conference.

Invitation to the Dance:
Five dance students and jazz dance teacher join Jody Oberfelder Dance Projects for an April 21 program based on paintings of Marc Chagall.

On Line:
Moravian now has three bloggers and a presence on

Campus calendar.
Faculty, staff, student accomplishments.
Don’t Fret:
Pennsylvania Guitar Quintet releases debut CD. A Moravian computer tech is one of the members.
Department Report (PDF):
An update on the Center of Information Technology from Stephen McKinney.