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June 01, 1977 - Image 6

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Pace Six

TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY

W ednesday, June T,;1977

Paae Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Wednesday, June 1~ 197'?

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GYORGY SANDOR, Pianist

BYRON JANIS; Pianist

ELISABETH SCHWARZKOPF, Soprano

THEODORE LETTVIN, Pianist

SUMMER FARE
FOUR JULY CONCERTS IN RACKHAM AUDITORIUM AT 8:30
What better way to spend a summer evening than in the cool comfort of air-conditioned Rackham Audi-
torium, sharing in the artistry of these four world-renowned musicians. Series tickets for the four concerts
are available at $20, $15, and $10; single concerts at $6.50, $5, and $3.50.

GYORGY SANDOR, Pianist
Thursday, July 7,
A leading master of great virtuoso playing whose career has
spanned six continents-he opens the series performing Bach,
Schumann, Chopin, Debussy, and Liszt.

BYRON JANIS, Pianist
Monday, July 11
Celebrated American pianist with international fame-Mr.
Janis will perform works of Schumann, Schubert, Chopin,
Copland, and Gottschalk in his fifth Ann Arbor appearance.

ELISABETH SCHWARZKOPF,
Soprano
Mouiday, July 18
"The art of giving lieder recitals has no more eloquent expo-
nent than Elisabeth Schwsarzkopf," says the New York Times
of this artist who is one of the foremost sopranos of our time.
For this, her third Ann Arbor visit, she'll interpret songs of
Schubert and Wolf.

THEODORE LETTVIN, Pianist
Tuesday, July 26
For his Ann Arbor debut recital, Mr. Lettvin has chosen works
of Beethoven, Schubert, and Chopin. He has performed exten-
sively in over 1500 concerts on four continents-and this fall
he will join the piano faculty at the U-M.

Complete information and tickets available at:
Wnr%-LAL

BURTON TOWER, Ann Arbor

Weekdays 9-4:30, Sat. 9-12

Telephone 665-3717

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