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Contact Local Critics
E.H. Reiter |
If you were to go to Urban Dictionary and search for "theater nerd," you may find a photo of ErinMarie as an example of the term. A San Diego native, she has been involved in all things theatre since she was young. Having studied musical and children’s theatre, ErinMarie is especially supportive of having arts in education and encouraging opportunities for youth to be involved in all aspects of theatre. By night, she sings, dances, acts and performs around town, sometimes even in theaters!
Ron Bierman |
Ron Bierman has performed on saxophone and flute in several college and other orchestras. He graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology where his studies included music theory as taught by Swiss pianist and composer Ernst Levy. His published work includes reviews of recordings, books, plays, films and live music performances for web sites and newspapers. He has an extensive library of books about music and over three thousand CDs. Now living in San Diego with his wife, he is the President of Advocates for Classical Music, an organization which has worked with local symphony orchestras to introduce as many as 15,000 young students to classical music. He and his wife enjoy visiting classrooms with CDs and instruments in hand.