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for Independent Weekly Vol. 16 Issue 34, Sept 1998
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Rodney Wynkoop, who came to Duke University in 1984 to conduct the Duke Chorale and to teach, is a musician who is much into his art. He currently conducts six choral organizations of varying sizes, including the Duke Chamber Choir, the Schola Cantorum, and the Vocal Arts Ensemble.
The Research Triangle Metropolitan Area is one of the few sections of the country having a population over a million and no resident ballet company. The Carolina Ballet, which begins its inaugural season in 1998 under artistic director Robert Weiss, will fill that gap.
Wallace Fowlie, a scholar, critic, and teacher of French literature at Duke University for thirty years, died August 16, at the age of 89. His life and career are profiled by a former student.