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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Dramatic Arts Center
Plans Musical Festival

Engagements

within the confines of an other-
wise strictly composed piece.
The ensemble of the Domaine
Musical was organized in Paris in
1950 by Pierre Boulez, and it has
received great acclaim for its per-
formances of the new music.
Paul Jacobs,.a young American
pianist with a wide reputation in
Europe for performances of new
compositions, will be the featured
soloist for the March 3 concert.
Jacobs, through close association
with many of the composers them-
selves, has performed a number of
the works on his program from
their inception.
The two Saturday concerts will
consist of works by young Ameri-
can composers, most of whom are
acquainted with each other and
who live near Ann Arbor. The
praised-criticized phenomenon of
electronic music will be represent-
ed, among other presentations.
This new medium allows the
greatest possible innovations in
new sounds and rhythmic controls:
tape compositions make possible
a definitive expansion of the mu-
sical frontier.

- DETROIT -
MasonicTemple FRI., FEB.
Cathedral 8:20
MARAIS
and

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Doner-Berne
Mrs. Ruth Doner of Detroit and
Mr. Wilfred B. Doner of Detroit
have announced the engagement
of their daughter Judith Anne to
Mr. Edward Roth Berne.
Miss Doner, a senior in the lit-
erary college, is a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Phi sorority and
Scroll, senior women's honorary,
and is personnel director of the
Daily.
Mr. Berne,a senior in the lit-
erary college, is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lorin S. Berne, of Shaker
Heights, Ohio.
The couple are planning a June
18 wedding.

PROGRAM NOTES:
Szeryng To Present Concert Tt
Polish violinist Henryk Szeryng
will present the seventh concert in
the Choral Union series at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday in Hill Aud.
The program will include "Son- r
ata in D major" by Leclair, "Son-
ata in C minor, Op. 30, No. 2" by
Beethovan, "Chaconne" (violin
alone) by Bach, "Sonata" by De-
bussy, and "Tzigane" by Ravel.
Government.".
Detroit radio station WJR has y
resumed the weekly series, "Your
Government," broadcast from A ;}
Lansing and Washington, D.C., atw
9:15 p.m. Tuesdays.
Sens. Patrick V. McNamara (D-
Mich) and Philip A. Hart (D-
Mich) will alternate broadcasts on
the first Tuesday of the month.
Michigan's congressmen will alter-
nate between parties to report on
the second and third Tuesdays of
the month, and Gov. John B.
Swainson will occupy the final
Tuesday slot.
Families .
Prof. Ernest Osborne of Colum-
bia University will discuss "Family POLISH MUSICIAN-Violnist Henryk Szery
Recreation" on the University's seventh Choral Union concert on Tuesday. f
television series, "Family Living,"
at 12 noon Sunday over WWJ-TV, the Mexican National University.
Detroit.
His talk will deal with parental WEDNESDA Y:
planning-of family recreation.
Speak Up... Spring Weekend
'Prof. Harold Harding of Ohio
State University will be the guest
speaken tena rogram in J leeting To List
the University's television series
"Speak Up," at 9 a.m. Sunday over
WXYZ-TV Detroit. Plans for Spring Weekend '61
Prof. Harding will join Prof. N. are well underway and full details Judy Nov
Edd Miller of the speech depart- of the events will be made' public chairman fc
ment in a discussion of parliamen- at the housing units representa- stresses that
tary procedures and effective tives meeting Wednesday, Gary the program
group participation. Roggin, '61, central committee that the act
general co-chairman has an- raising projei
Panorama... nlounced.
The housing representatives
The University's radio station meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Drain
WUOM will present its weekly Wednesday in the Michigan Un-
series, "Panorama," at 2 p.m. Sat- ion., ,
urday, featuring "The Faith of Spring Weekend is a two-day Oief
Lincoln," the life and philosophy affair which alternates with Mich-
of President Abraham Lincoln, igras as the annual campus-wide
told through his favorite hymns, springtime event. The activities
songs, and verse; "The Greek In- will start on Friday afternoon,
terpreter," a Sherlock Holmes April 29, and continue until Sat- A five-pla
story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, uday night. / bring new B
and an interview program, "Lon- The activities will feature four Arbor will be
don Echo," both dramatized and major events. Friday afternoon, The Ann
transcribed from Britain's BBC. housing units will compete in begins its '28
The program will also include sporting events such as races and which will IE
music from South India performed relays on Palmer Field. Friday eve- are being p
by K. S. Narayanswami, Narayana ning, Skit Night will be staged in Ted Heusel a
Menon and Palghat Reghu, from Hill Aud Saturday afternoon, such rector John
the Bath Music Festival; "Homage contests as bicycle and canoe races business mai
to Great Americans," commis- are slated at Island Park. and announc
soned to Philip Bezanson by Saturday night, an all-campus plays will be
WUOM; "Stockholmer's Diary," dance in the Intra-mural Sports O'Shaughn
an interview- transcribed from Bldg. will . culminate the Week- to New York
Radio Sweden; and a discussion of end's activities. The dance will to Rico, w
"The Cave Hunters" by William feature a nationally-known or- productions
Scheele on "A Carnival of Books." chestra as well as a top entertain- Drama Fest
Saturday's WUOM fare will al- er. At the same time, housing units went to Bos1
so include "Music of the Mas- will display projects. val at Bosto
ters," a recorded concert per-
formed in the Netherlands by the
Netherlands Chamber OrchestraW come and
conducted by Szymon Goldberg NewoOld
with Hans Henkemans, pianist, at
8 p.m.
Works by Haydn, Mozart, van
Delden, and Flothuis will be fea-H iF an TV ,C ,
tured.H. i an

MIRANDA
WorLd's Greatest Balladeers
Tickets at D'twn Grinnell's,
Masonic Temple
1.65, 2.20, 2.75, 3.30

DIAL NO 8-6416
STARTING

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A violently
beautiful miracle
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parable in which
good and evil,
Christian and pagan
powers collaborate
in a divine rebirth,
the continuous
nativity of love."
-Tim*
INGMAR BERGMAN'S
GRIN

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February
HENRYK SZERYNG
POLISH VIOLINIST
Tues., Feb. 14, 8:30
in HILL AUDITORIUM
Program
Sonata in D major . . . . . Leclair
Sonata in C minor, Op. 30, No. 2 . Beethoven

Chaconne (violin alone)

. . . . . . . Bach

Sonata . . . . . . . . . Debussy

Tzigane

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Ravel

Tickets: $3.50 - $3.00 - $2.50 -$2.00- $1.50

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VIENNA OCTET
in Chamber Music Festival
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
PROGRAMS

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 8:30 P.M.
Divertimento in G . . . Michael Haydn
Divertimento, K. 247 . . . . . . Mozart
Septet in E-flat, Op. 20 . . . . . Beethoven
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 8:30 P.M.
Octet . . . . . . . . Marcel Poot
Clarinet Quintet, Op. 115 . . . . Brahms
niventimento in B-flat maior T R27, Mnart

SERIES TICKETS:
(3 concerts)
$2.00 and $1.50
SINGLE CONCERTS:

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