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30th Anniversary Conference • New York, NY • June 15th, 2014

Conference Program

Panel I
It’s Time To Create A World Without War

Musical Introduction

Beethoven Opus 102 No. 2
Jean-Sebastien Tremblay, cello; My Hoa Steger, piano
MODERATOR: JEFFREY STEINBERG
Senior Editor, Executive Intelligence Review

Speakers

KEYNOTE: HELGA LAROUCHE
Founder, Schiller Institute

RAMSEY CLARK
66th United States Attorney General, 1967-1969

RAY McGOVERN
Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity;
CIA analyst, 1963-1990

WAYNE MADSEN
Journalist, Author of Jaded Tasks: Brass Plates, Black Ops and Big Oil:
The Blood Politics of George Bush & Co

ERIC LARSEN
Professor, Author, A Nation Gone Blind:
America in an Age of Simplification and Deceit

RICHARD BLACK
Virginia State Senator
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Questions and Answers

Panel II
The Eurasian Land-bridge, and the Schiller Institute’s Role in
A Policy for a New World of Development

Musical Introduction

Beethoven Opus 18 No. 4
Dirichlet Quartet
Nancy Shavin, violin; My Hoa Steger, violin; David Shavin, viola; Jean Sebastien Tremblay, cello
MODERATOR: DENNIS SPEED
Schiller Institute

Speakers

KEYNOTE: KESHA ROGERS
LaRouche PAC Policy Committee, Former Candidate for United States Senate, Texas

COL. BAO SHIXIU
Professor of Military Affairs and Senior Research Fellow
Academy of Military Sciences, People’s Liberation Army, China.

ANTHONY MORSS
Conductor, Musical Director, New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera

STATE REP. ANDREA BOLAND (D-MAINE)

TERRY STRADA
Co-Chair, Justice Against States Sponsors of Terrorisrn Action Cornrnittee

NEIL GALLAGHER
Former U.S. Representative from New Jersey

NOMI PRINS
Author, AIl The President’s Bankers,
It Takes A PiIlage: Epic Tale of Power, Deceit and Untold Trillions

MIKE BILLINGTON
Asia Pacific Editor, EIR

Questions and Answers

Panel III (Concert)
Bach, Mozart, Brahms

Concert Program (PDF)

J.S. Bach:
Cantata BWV 102
“Herr, deine Augen sehen nach dem Glauben”

Northeast Schiller Institute Chorus & Orchestra

Jessica Tremblay, mezzo-soprano
Frank Mathis, baritone
John Sigerson, tenor
Kristin Olson, solo oboe
Megan Beets, solo flute

John Sigerson, director

 

W.A. Mozart:
Piano Sonata No. 10 in C Major, K. 330

Benjamin Telmányi Lylloff, piano

 

Introduction to Schiller’s “Nänie”
by Helga Zepp LaRouche

Johannes Brahms:
Nänie, Op. 82
Mid-Atlantic Schiller Institute Chorus
Alan Ogden, piano
John Sigerson, director