Sister Lorna Zemke Endowment Fund & Zemke-Daniel Rehearsal Hall Dedication Ceremony
About the Sr. Lorna Zemke Fund
Sister Lorna Zemke is an internationally recognized Kodály Music Educator who is Emeritus Professor of Music at Silver Lake College. Early in her career, Sister Lorna worked alongside Katinka Daniel on a Kodály pilot program in Santa Barbara and also spent six months collecting primary source materials on the Kodály Concept in Hungary. Sister Lorna went on to become one of the founders of organizations including OAKE, MKMEA, and AWAKE. Sister Lorna was the director of the Kodály Graduate Summer Music Program for more than 40 years. Sister Lorna is perhaps best known for being a mentor and role model to countless master teachers.
A gift to the Sister Lorna Zemke Endowed Fund would allow Sister Lorna’s legacy of exemplary music education to live on by way of an Endowed Chair of Music Education.
Click here to see photos from the July 7, 2016 dedication ceremony of the Zemke-Daniel Rehearsal Hall and here to read more about the evening and Sister Lorna. The dedication included the 2016 Summer Kodály Choral Concert featuring the premiere of a commissioned piece by Dr. Franklin Gallo in honor of Sr. Lorna Zemke.
To make a gift, contact Lori Yeager at 920-686-6273 or click the button below to give online. In appreciation for your gift, Sister Lorna Zemke has requested that she be given the names of all who have donated so that she may personally send her thanks.