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December 18, 2018

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December 4, 2018
I met Peggy and Milton (Mickey) at Juilliard and we graduated the same year, struggling but succeeding as dedicated musicians. I was the first student wanting to be a harpsichordist, being told by Mr Schumann:"Welcome to the 20th century" and having to graduate as a pianist. Peggy was always supportive and loving and we kept our wonderful friendship alive all these years, from the time Mark played oboe under Leonard Bernstein (how long ago was THAT) to Karen parking some of her belongings with me while undergoing moving stress! And lots more. I cannot believe she is gone, am re-reading her wonderful collection of her poems, (and Peggy, did you know that I have been writing Haikus for the past few years?")
I would love to hear from anybody whose tape is long enough to reach my tape - but that is actually not necessary.
I loved Peggy and will never forget her dry humour, her honest acceptance of who she was and where she wanted to go and how much she was willing to give.
Love to all of you,
Susanne Shapiro
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August 14, 2018
Peggy was always, whenever we passed each other in the halls of The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, bestowing a smile or a kindness or a wise word ... and was always able to lift up my spirits. She once came across Frisco to our Capp Street Community Music Center to support me in person for my first stint out as a stage director of an"opera."
Then, her focus on my state as an artist was astute and helped clarify my next step and acurately put me on the road to the right kind of growth forever by merely one essential sentence! she found a way to communicate with astutely spiritual music creators as well as us wild animals. What a true master artist and teacher...I send my grief to her children and I join the many more she gave to who know the depths and heights of sorrow at the loss of our little friend and great mentor.
And so, late upon my most recent little birthday, the soul of our world lost one of It's monumentally great priestesses indeed.
~Edgar Weinstock
June 15, 2018
A bright light, a stable voice, she never let anyone down. When Peggy came to speak in courses I taught, those who were with her came away inspired - likewise with those fortunate enough to study with her.
June 14, 2018
My heartfelt condolences to the Salkind family. I just found out about Peggy's passing. Milton Salkind was my teacher through most of my high school years at the San Francisco Conservatory. I remember with profound fondness the kindness shown to me by Peggy and all the Salkind family. Thank you, Peggy, for all you did for your community through the gift of fine music. Blessings to her family and prayers for them. Know that Peggy's impact is far-reaching and long-lasting. She will be dearly missed.