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Jean Flinn

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Faculty Instructor

Jean is an elementary music teacher.  She teaches general music in the Akron Public Schools to students from Kindergarten – 5th grade and teaches Finale classes to the music educators in her school district.  She has a Bachelor of Music Degree in Education from Kent State University.

  • Joined Sweet Adelines in 1974
  • Master Director of the Greater Cleveland Chorus
  • Sweet Adelines International Certified Music Judge
  • Sweet Adelines International Certified Music Arranger
  • Member of Sweet Adelines International Region 17 Music Education Team – teaches music theory, arranging classes, and coaches quartets and choruses in her region as well as other regions

Jennifer Fogle

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Director of Young Women’s Chorus

  • Certified SAI Director
  • 2 time Regional Quartet Champion
  • Former member of 2 time Regional Championship Chorus
  • SAI Coach
  • Professional, certified educator

Chuck May

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Director of Young Men’s Chorus

  • Bachelor’s Music Education, Mason Gross School for the Arts, Rutgers University, 1997
  • Master’s in Music Performance, University of Michigan, 1999
  • Director, Dapper Dans of Harmony, BHS, Montclair, New Jersey, 2005-2009 (member 2002 – 2009)
  • Director, Greater Harmony Chorus, Sweet Adelines 2011 – present
  • Through BHS, attended Director’s College, Harmony University, and Harmony College East
  • Member of The A4 Quartet

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