Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 10 AM
Lakewood Yacht Club
2425 NASA Parkway
Seabrook, TX 77586
Installation of Officers and Jazz Program
Jazz It Up! Enjoy a selection of jazz standards, including "All of Me,"
"Take the 'A' Train" and "Don't Get Around Much Anymore." Also hear New
Orleans favorites like "When the Saints Go Marching In" and "Basin
Featuring: Glenn Taylor, Piano; Michael Gorman, Bass and Keith Credo, Tenor Sax and Clarinet.
Michael Gorman, Bass
Originally from Flagstaff, Arizona, Double Bassist Michael Gorman moved with his family to Houston in 2010 to join the Houston Symphony staff for which he holds the position of Orchestra Personnel Manager. He spent the previous 20 years in Hawai’i as the Associate Principal Bassist of the Honolulu Symphony and was also a Faculty Associate Instructor of Double Bass at the University of Hawai’i. Michael holds degrees in Double Bass Performance from Arizona State University and from New England Conservatory of Music. Michael was a member of the New World Symphony Orchestra in Miami, Florida for three seasons under conductor Michael Tilson Thomas. He has participated in the Spoleto Festival in the United States and Italy, and the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria.
Glenn Taylor, originally from Houston, studied jazz piano and business at Loyola University in New Orleans. After college, he served within the marketing department on the staff of the Houston Symphony for 11 years, ascending to the role of Chief Marketing Officer. Having left the Symphony in 2015, Glenn now runs his own company called SKYBOUND Coaching & Training, through which he supports individuals and organizations with leadership development, career advancement and team building He is a certified coach and is finishing his Masters of Science in Organizational Development & Leadership degree this spring.
Keith Credo, a New Orleans native, has played music for much of his life. He's a lover of jazz and the blues, and plays tenor saxophone, clarinet, and the harmonica. Keith has his PhD in business, and is an Assistant Professor of Management at University of Louisiana Lafayette. He is a consultant, teacher and researcher in the realms of organizational strategy, ethics, change management, and employee engagement.
Reservations are required for this meeting and the deadline is May 3
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