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Rendezvous. Open to all entering
freshmen, the event is held prior
to the beginning of the school year
at the Fresh-Air Camp.
READY FOR FALL -- The Universilty Symphony OrchestraUisa group of 120 musicians under
the direction of Prof. Joseph Blatt of the School of 'Music. The group It copen to all' qualified Uint-
versity students who audition at the beginning of the fall semester.
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Freshman Rendezvous provides
ioming students with an oppor-
mnity' to meet faculty and upper-
iassmen on an informal basis and
come acquainted with the re-
gious resources available to them
tthe Utniversity,~ Many of the
oblems they will encounter in.
eir first year of University life
e brought up and discussed and
e camp serves as an introduc-
on to the value side of college
With performances r an g i n g
from Mozart to Stravinsky the.
University Symphony orchestra
begins a new season in the fall.-
As the official'orchestra for the
University, the Symphony Offers:
opportunities for musicians . to
play in a group of 120' under the
professional direction of Prof. Jo-
sef Blatt. The orchestra is open to
Istudents of the University
At the beginning of the fall se-
mester, prospective players will be;
auditioned: and evaluated accord-
ing to general musicianship, and
Each year the University, Choir
Joins the orchestra, in performing
a major choral-orchestral work.
Last year this combined group
presented Mendelssohn's "Elijah"
and Mahler's Symphony No. 2 'and
premiered several works for the
Midwestern Student Composers
Symposium. Also presented. was a
program of student soloists and'
Prof. Blatt selects the repertoire
for the., orchestra. Recently per-
formed were Mahler, Symphony
No. 2, Seethoven's-,Symphony Njo.
9, and' Mozart Symphony No. 34.
In the fall season Prof. Blatt is
planning, on "Satre du Printemps"
'He, has been in Ann Arbor for
five years, conducting the orches-
tra and also directing the opera,.
Prof. -Blatt has translated and re-
vised manystandard operas and
through his efforts, the opera de-
partment in -conjunction with the
departments of speech and music
present a full length opera each
ml event co-spon-
ORA and major
,ations is the an-
'onference on Re-
r' a -day is set aside
'gram of religious
pd to the students.
s religious beliefs
exhibit, a concert
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In the Throughout, the school year the
,g and ORA provides a religious counsel-
four, ing service for the student. Stu..
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ctivity. chat with the staff members or,
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if Re.- definite, which may be bothering
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