And Now for Something . . . a Little Bit Different

OLLI Connects is almost three years old, and in its short lifetime, we have shared a wide variety of your fellow OLLI members’ contributions: powerful  stories, rich personal experiences, fascinating nuggets of history, and humor.  We’ve taken you on trips to other parts of the United States and journeys to other parts of the world.  We’ve shared technology, book reviews, poetry and more.  We’ve had posts that were all photographs with no more words than were needed for context.

But we’ve not had a post that was almost all video.  Until today.

Theresa D’Aiuto Sokol has shared two of her blog posts, and now she shares some of her video work.  Click on the image to see the video. This will open the video in a new browser tab.  To go back just close the tab.  Don’t close your whole browser.  Do not take dates or BOGO data in the OLLI promos as gospel.  Some things may have changed since these videos were made.


Explore the world with OLLI


The OLLI Bird


Climate Change


Climate Change and Florida


What’s Your Passion?


Theresa D’Aiuto Sokol was a performing artist, teacher and director. Experienced in opera, concert, and chamber music, she lived and worked in Germany and sang a wide range of repertoire on three continents. She was Opera Director at USF where she staged two productions annually for a decade, and directed opera, musicals and theater in regional venues. Theresa holds a B.M. and M.M. in vocal performance from Manhattanville College and USF, and trained privately in NYC with professionals from Juilliard, Curtis and the Metropolitan Opera and in Europe. In her retirement she enjoys languages, baking, blogging, bridge and video editing.



19 Replies to “And Now for Something . . . a Little Bit Different”

  1. Three years, wow seems like yesterday it was launched.
    Love, love the videos. Powerful, clear and concise messages.
    Cannot wait for OLLI Bird!
    Thank you Theresa for something different in the blog.

  2. Theresa’s beautiful videos speak for themselves and now appear on the world’s largest and most popular video platform: YouTube.

    So now, she can add a new creative skill to a previously-extraordinary background.

    Bravo, Theresa!

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