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Our 50th Reunion -   Live and on Campus!

After completing the virtual "Road to the Reunion" sprogram,, the combined 50th Reunion classes of '70, '71 and '72 celebrated our landmark reunion on campus June 3-5, 2022.. We saw each other in person for the the first time in years.  It was a time to moourn, to find comfort,, to explore ways to act in support of our world, and finally to celebrate our lasting connections to each other and to Oberlin.  Immediately following the end of Commencemnt, musicians from our combined classes and the greater Oberlin community performed the Mozart Requiem - the masterpiece that many in the reunion classes performed at the National Cathedral in Washington following the Kent State tragedy in 1970.  Links to video and audio recordings of the performance,  under the baton of Oberlin Director of Vocal Ensembles Dr. Gregory Ristow '01, are posted in the announcements below.

Visit this site frequently for updates and to connect with your classmates.  If you haven't joined, click on your name on the Class List.  Make sure you check out the First Time Visitors page. Everything you need to know about setting up a profile to gain access to the rest of the site is on this page. If you have additional questions, please Contact Us.  

Jan Weintraub Cobb '71, Class President
Marty Oppenheimer, '71 Class Reunion Committee Chair



Video and audio recordings of June 5, 2022 Mozart Requiem

The video stream of the performance can be
viewed at Vimeo.

There are some issues with the video from the stream, but the audio is good.
You may need to choose your cookie settings and close the Viimeo login/join window before you can access the recording.
There is a Download button below the Vimeo video window. You can choose to download the performance as a MP4 (movie) file at several different resolutions. Downloading the file will allow you to view it without being connected to the Internet. The higher the resolution, the larger the image and the bigger the file. The largest is 1.13 GB.

Audio recordings are available in two formats.

MP3 320K version

WAV 44/16 CD quality version

Click the version you prefer - the audio file will usually open in your device's music app.  Depending on the device and app, you will be able to download it to your music library or folder so that you can listen to it without requiring an Internet connection.



Alumni Office links to 50th Reunion Events

All on-campus reunion events that were recorded can be viewed at https://www.oberlin.edu/alumni-association/50th-reunion

The final "Road to the Reunion" (RTR) videos are available at https://www.oberlin.edu/alumni-association/reunioning-classes