Alfred Prettyman

Most Influential Person

American philosopher and publisher

Why Is Alfred Prettyman Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Alfred E. Prettyman is an American publisher.Life Alfred E. Prettyman, was born in February 1935, in Baltimore, Maryland. He is one of five children of Edward Prettyman, the conductor of the Colored Park Band #1 of Baltimore, and Helen Prettyman, teacher. Prettyman attended Douglass High School from which he graduated at age 16. While in high school he also made several appearances on WAAM, now known as WJZ-TV, as a singer on the High Times Program, with host Tommy Dukehart and the afternoon sports and news shows. His appearances on WAAM lead to appearances on the radio and television shows of Paul Whiteman. A vocalist, his life in music has included performances as a recitalist and soloist in choruses, oratorios, and operas. Winner of a N.Y. State Singing Teachers Award, Bidu Sayao, President, his Carnegie Hall debut was well-received in The New York Times. Prettyman left Baltimore to attend Hamilton College, to study philosophy. For four years there, he was the featured baritone soloist of the men’s choir led by John L. Baldwin. Later he pursued graduate studies at Cornell University; New School for Social Research; Baruch College, CUNY; and the Intercultural Communications Institute , Pacific University, Portland, OR.

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