Dolores White, composer and pianist, received a Bachelor of Music degree in piano from Oberlin College Conservatory, and a Master of Music degree in piano and composition from the Cleveland Institute of Music, where she studied with Ruth Edwards and Dr. Kurzbaum. Additional studies were done at the Juilliard School of Music with James Friskin, at Howard University with Cecil Cohen, at Columbia Teachers' College with Robert Pace, and at Ohio State University with Thomas Wells. Dolores White is a composer of choral and instrumental music. In 1986 she won second prize in a national choral competition in the Ithaca Choral Festival. Several of her arrangements have been published by Ludwig Music Publishing Co., and several piano duets by the Boston Music Co. She is Assistant Professor of Music at Cuyahoga Community College and was honored in 1989 as one of the Professional Women of Achievement in Ohio by the YWCA.