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Jerry Berndt Berndt began his coaching career in the high school football ranks in 1962. He was an assistant at Libbey High School in Toledo, Ohio and at Bedford High School in Temperance, Michigan. In 1969 he worked a graduate assistant at the University of Toledo under head coach Frank Lauterbur. The next year Berndt served as the head football coach at Streetsboro High School in Streetsboro, Ohio. From 1971 to 1978 he was an assistant football coach at Dartmouth College.
Berndt Andersson Berndt Andersson (born November 12, 1951) is a Swedish sprint canoer who competed from the early 1970s to the early 1980s. Competing in three Summer Olympics, he earned his best finish of sixth in the K-1 1000 m event at Montreal in 1976.
Berndt Egerbladh Berndt Erik Egerbladh (May 1, 1932 – March 2, 2004) was a Swedish jazz pianist, composer and television personality.
Berndt Egerbladh From 1985 he ran his own record companies "Green Records" and "Berndt Egerbladh produktion AB". Egerbladh also wrote, arranged and performed on Doris Svensson's record "Did You Give the World Some Love Today Baby" in 1970.
Berndt Egerbladh Berndt Egerbladh married Gund-Britt Gunnarsson in 1955 and had daughters Monica and Ewa.
John Berndt As the founder of, and a member of the Red Room -- a collective of artists and improvising musicians operating much in the spirit of the Los Angeles Free Music Society that is now called The High Zero Foundation—-Berndt co-curates the Red Room experimental performance series, which has presented weekly events since 1996, as well as the High Zero Festival of Experimental Improvised Music, a large annual improvised music festival begun in 1999 in Baltimore known for its qualification that improvising performers play in "ad hoc" groups organized specifically for the festival.
John Berndt This group became a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, High Zero Foundation, in 2001.
John Berndt In 2009, The Emily Harvey Foundation in NYC held a retrospective show of Berndt's visual, language, audio and installation work. A festival of Berndt's music including collaborations with Elliott Sharp, Peter Zummo, Katt Hernandez, and Second Nature was held concurrently.
John Berndt Berndt runs the "Recorded" record label which has issued twenty-five CDs of experimental music, including four discs by Berndt's collaborator Henry Flynt. Recorded was the first CD publisher of the music of Henry Flynt on CD, issuing four CDs of his music to date.
John Berndt The Hermeneutic Ubermenschen... Sing! (Thus), Field Recordings, 2001