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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Wednesday, June 12, 1974

Poge Eight THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 12, 1974

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FIVE CONCERTS IN RACKHAM AND HILL AUDITORIUMS
All concerts begin at 8:30

JUAN SERRANO, ANTHONY NEWMAN, GRANT JOHHANNESEN,
FLAMENCO GUITARIST HARPSICHORDIST-ORGANIST PIANIST
Tuesday, July 2-Rackham and THE FESTIVAL CHORUS of Monday, July 15-Rackham
Opening this summer concert series is one The University Choral Union Displaying nothing but the highest order o
of the most distinctive and sought-after D B Conductor musicianship in his thirty years of con
guitarists of our day. Born in Codiz, the Dona anl, certizing, Mr. Johannesen shares his artis

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heart of Andalusian flamenco country, Mr.
Serrano displays with originality- the fiery
rhythms and tender passions of this Span-
ish music.
THE PHILIDOR TRIO
Tuesday, July 23-Rackham
These gifted young musicians give their
second Ann Arbor recital, this time pre-
senting "Handel and his Rivals". The com-
posers represented include Bononcini, Por-
pora, Babell, Pepusch, and Handel.

Wednesday, July 10-Hill
Bach's keyboard music and Schubert's
songs are featured in this Hill Auditorium
concert. Mr. Newman's life-long interest
in Bach, combined with his distinctive flair
and imagination, makes him one of today's
most exciting young performers. The Fes-
tival Chorus of 100 singers, now entering
its fifth year, adds ten Schubert songs to
its growing repertoire.
GkVEfISITY
fMIUSICAL 8CIETY
Series tickets (5 concerts)
available at Burton Tower
at $12, $10, and $7.50
BURTON TOWER, Ann Arbor
WEEKDAYS 9-4:30, SAT. 9-12
PHONE 665-3717

try with summer concertgoers in this, his
sixth Ann Arbor appearance. His program
includes music of Bach, Schubert, Schu-
mann, Faure, Debussy, and Roussel.
MICHEL BEROFF,
PIANIST
Monday, July 29-Rackham
In his twenty-four years, this young French
keyboard artist has scored successes
throughout Europe, South American, and
now in the United States where he enjoyed
a standing-ovation debut in 1972. For his
Ann Arbor debut, he will play music of
Ravel, Debussy, and Messiaen.

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