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We are proud to announce that
The Mannes College of Mu

RELEASES

COVER
Far from home

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Pages 3-4

There are over 2000 foreign students on campus
from over 100*different countries. For some of these
students, the tasks we Americans perform every day
can be difficult obstacles. Imagine the difficulties of
reserving your first racquetball court at the CCRB or
of using a Ready Teller machine when you are
already have difficulties with registering for your
classes. The cover photo is by Doug McMahon.
ENTERTAINMENTS

What's new? Page 9
The record industry is always on the move. In fact.
they churn out so much new vinyl that it's tough to
keep up with it all. Recent Albums features quick
reviews of pop, rock, funk, folk, heavy metal, and
classical releases that came out in the last couple of
weeks.
MOVIES
A good choice Page 10
Bizarre, quirky, and still sentimental at heart,
former Robert Altman student Alan Rudolph's
Choose Me is a refreshingly clever romantic comedy.
A small film, with an endlessly ingenious script and
perfectly chosen cast, Choose Me is one of those rare,
immensely satisfying little films that should not be
missed.

has moved to splendid new quarters
on Monhottan's west side.
AUDITION DATES:
Jan uary 17, 18, 1985
March 6, 7, 8, 9, 1985
May 22, 23, 24, 1985
September 1985 dates to be announced
Scholarships are available.
M.M., Post-Graduate Diploma, B.M., B.S., Diploma.
Major Fields of Study

Happenings

Pages 5-8

A complete guide to the Ann Arbor entertainment
community, featuring quick reviews of both current
and second run films as well as an extensive list of the
various concerts, speeches, and stage events around
the city. Also, Eats and Drinks is a handy guide to
dining for both the visitor and long-time resident of
the city.

Weekend
Friday, November 9, 1984
Volume II, IssueK9
Magazine Editor .................Joseph Kraus
Associate Magazine Editors .......... Paula Dohring
John Logie-
Arts Editors ..................... Fannie Weinstein
Pete Williams
Weekend Marketing Coordinator . . . Lisa Schatz
Associate Arts Editors..............Jeff Frooman
Andy Weine

Movies............ ....... ... Byron L. Bull
Books................................ Mark Kulkis
Records ...... ................. . Dennis Harvey
Sales Manager...................Debbie Dioguardi
Assistant Sales Manager.............. Laurie Truske
Sales Representatives:
Ellen Abrahams, Mark Bookman, Steve
Casciani, Peter Giangreco, Seth Grossman,
Mary Ann Hogan, Mark Stobbs

Weekend is edited and managed by students on the
staff of the Michigan Daily at 420 Maynard, Ann Ar-
bor, Michigan Daily 48109.
Weekend, (313) 763-0379 and 763-0371; Michigan
Daily, 764-0552; Circulation, 764-0558; Display Adver-
tising, 764-0554.

Copyright

1984, The Miciigan Daily.

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The Mannes Trio
Associate Ensemble
The Empire Brass Quintet
PIANO
Edward Aldwell
Arkady Aronov
David Bar-Illan
Claude Frank
Richard Goode
Jeannette Haien
EugeniaIyman
Lilian Kailir
Marie Powers
Josef Raieff
Peter Serkin
Nina Svettanova
Diane Walsh
HARPSICHORD
Kenneth Cooper
Eugenia Earle
ORGAN and
CHURCH MUSIC
Ford Lollerstedt
McNeil Robinson
William Whitehead
STRINGED INSTRUMENTS
Nina Bellina, Violin
Raphael Bronstein,
Violin and Viola
Isidore Cohen, Violin
Felix Galmir, Violin
Shirley Givens, Violin
Ani Kavation, Violin
Dora Schwrtzberg, Violin
Sally Thomas, Violin
Hiroko Yajima, Violin
Paul Doktor, Viola and Violin
John Graham, Viola
Sol Greitzer, Viola
Kim Kashkashion, Viola
Karen Tuttle, Viola
Timothy Eddy, Violoncello
Gary Hoffman, Violoncello
Paul Tobios, Violoncello
Julius Levine, Double Bass
Homer Mensch, Double Bass
HARP
Gioria Agostini
Lucilie Lawrence
FOR INFORMATIO)
The Mannes College

WOODWIND and BRASS
Thomas Nyfenger, Flute
John Wion, Flute
Elaine Douvas, Oboe
Albert Goltzer, Oboe
Ronald Roseman, Oboe
Gervase de Peyer, Clarinet
Peter Simenauer, Clarinet
Burt Blal, Bassoon and
Con trabassoon
Harold Goltzer, Bassoon
Judith LeClair, Bassoon
Allen Won, Saxophone
Myron Bloom, French Horn
Antonio lervolino, French Horn
Ranier Deintinis, French Horn
Philip Myers, French Horn
Mel Broiles, Trumpet
Vincent Penzerela Trumpet
James Smith, Trumpet
John Ware, Trumpet
Per Brevig, Trombone
Gilbert Cohen, Trombone and
Bass Trombone
Donald Harwood, Bass Trombone
Warren Deck, Tuba
TYMPANI and PERCUSSION
Norman Grossman
Howard Van Hyning
Walter Rosenberger
CLASSICAL GUITAR
Eliot Fisk
Frederic Hand
Sharon isbin
Herbert Levine
Michael Newman
Robert Secrist
ORCHESTRA and
ORCHESTRAL CONDUCTING.
Sidney Harth, Music Director
CHORUS and
CHORAL CONDUCTING
Amy Kaiser, Music Director
VOICE
Charles Bressler
Thomas Cultice
Peter Elkus
Ellen Foull
Jane Gunter
Antonio Lovanne
Dan Marek
Judith Raskin
Marian Thompson
Theodor Uppman

EARLY MUSIC
Paul Echols, Director,
Mannes Comerato
Wendy Gillespie, Viols
Benjamin Peck, Sackbut
Dennis Goodburn, Recorders,
Shawm, Dulcian
Philip Levin, Recorders,
Baroque Bassoon
Bernard Krainis, Recorders
Eugenia Earle, Harpsichord
Kenneth Cooper, Harpsichord
Joseph ladone, Lute
Jo Ann Falletta, Lute
Sandra Miller, Baroque Flute
CHAMBER MUSIC
and ENSEMBLE
Per Brevig
Gilbert Cohen
Paul Doktor
Timothy Eddy
Felix Galimir
John Graham
Howard Van Hyning
Julius Levine
Marie Powers
Peter Simenauer
Hiroko Yajimo
CONTEMPORARY
ENSEMBLE
Madeleine Shapiro
DICTION
Nico Castel, French, German,
and Italian
Dorothy Uris, English
ACTING and
STAGECRAFT
Nina David
Lorna Foraldi
Louis Peterson
OPERA COACHING
Marshall Williamson
SONG
INTERPRETATION
Antonia Lavanne
VOCAL
CHAMBER MUSIC
Frederic Popper
SECONDARY PIANO
Emilie Harris
Miriam Kartch

COMPOSITION
Charles Jones
David Loeb
Peter Pindor Stearns
David Telmpidis
Frederick Werle
TECHNIQUES
OF MUSIC
Elizabeth Aaron
Edward Aldwell
Terry Champlin
Robert Cuckson
Douglas Diamond
Leo Edwards
David Gagne
Charles Jones
Ford Lallerstedt
Larry Laskowsk
David Loeb
Mel-Mel Meng
William Needelman
Frank Nemhauser
Marie Powers
Felix Salzer
Carl Schachter
Eric Wen
Frederick Werle
PEDAGOGY
Emilie Harris
Marie Powers
Carl Schachter
ACADEMIC STUD
Lotte P. Egers, Ph.D.,
Art History
Thomas E. Goldsteir
Civilization
Andrew E. Green, M
Music
L Michael Griffel, Ph
Studies, Literature
Charles Kaufman, P
Music
Frances Keene, Dot
Composition, Lite
Martin Smith, MA, E
Composition, Lite
Carol Rosen XIng, M
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