Former instructor of music recalls Ripon College

Allyson Fleck, former adjunct instructor of music at Ripon College, is the executive director, assistant artistic director and violist for the Midsummer’s Music festival in Door County, Wisconsin. An article about her involvement can be read here.

In it, she talks about her parents, Bob Fleck ’65 and Ruth Ann Potts Fleck ’66, meeting while students at Ripon College, her time as an adjunct instructor and her experiences here. She “had a great time looking into photos and printings of my younger, college-aged parents,” she writes. “Harrison Ford was an attendee at the time, and there are some great pictures of my mom with the famous actor.”


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Photo of Allyson Fleck playing viola

 


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