The Michigan Daily
Thursday, April 13, 1989
BY TONY SiLBER
genuine because he strives for artistic integrity. He
was appointed Music Director of the Munich Philhar-
monic Orchestra in 1979. Before that, he was the
Principal Conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic. Why
roll? No one, and he's not offering his services any-
way. While standard orchestras tour for up to six
months with 50-plus dates, Celibidache is now in the
midst of his premiere tour of North America: three
WHAT makes a conductor great? Consider two
examples, Leonard Bernstein and Sergiu Celibidache.
Bernstein is perhaps the most famous conductor in the
world. He has toured the world with the most noted
ensembles for over 50 years. He has recorded more ex-
tensively than any other modern-day conductor and re-
cieved multi-million dollar recording contracts. He has
composed many pieces himself and is widely sought
after by conservatories and other musical institutions.
Celibidache's story is vastly different. Although he
has conducted for over 50 years as well, he has con-
ducted with only two major orchestras during his entire
career. He doesn't tour that often. He has never
Irecorded. He hasn't won the awards Bernstein has.
Hardly a tool of public relations, he is a recluse, a fol-
lower of Zen Buddhism. He sneers at Bernstein and
others like him. He refuses to make classical music an
industry in which Bernstein is the chairperson.
Which conductor is great? They both are, but Celi-
bidache's greatness is much richer and perhaps more
(Sergiu Celibidache) doesn't tour that often. He has never recorded. He hasn't won
the awards Bernstein has. Hardly a tool of public relations, he is a recluse, a fol-
lower of Zen Buddhism. He sneers at Bernstein and others like him. He refuses to
make classical music an industry in which Bernstein is the chairperson.
Out every time the group plays and many people are
turned away for lack of tickets. Sounds like Joe Louis
Arena for Red Wing games.
Ernest Fontheim, a research physicist in the Engi-
neering College, first saw Celibidache in post-war
Berlin. "For me personally, each concert was like a
cultural liberation," he said. "I like Celibidache's style,
which was very vivacious and energetic. Now, 42
years later, almost to the day, I look forward to see
him conduct again - this time in Hill Auditorium in
For most of us, this will be a once in a lifetime
opportunity to see and hear the music of the Munich
Philharmonic under Celibidache's baton. It will also
be an opportunity to see conducting greatness in ac-
tion. Who needs Bernstein?
THlE MUNICH PHIILH'ARMONIC will perform
Bruckner's Fourth Symphony tonight at 8 p.m. at lull
Auditorium. Call 764-2538 for information.
the lack of employment for such a gifted maestro?
Because real artists are never too easy to work with.
Celibidache is a stickler for rehearsal. He works his
Munich players to the bone. He plays what he wants.
He doesn't want recording companies telling him what
to play. Who wants this type of conductor on the pay-
weeks, 14 engagements, and that's big for them.
As a result, the Munich Philharmonic has devel-
oped a mystique. Since they don't record, you practi-
cally can't hear them unless you see them live or get
your hands on a pirated recording. The Gasteig Arts
Centre, which the Munich players call home, is sold
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For boys' camp in Maine. Openings in most
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Ideal spring/summer job for college
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days, $6-$ 10/hr. Must be able to start -
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THE ROOSTERTAIL CATERERS
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PERFECT FOR STUDENTS
Part-time jobs with MAJOR tele-
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Flexible hours, Located 2 BLOCKS
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Call 996-8890. A sk for Mr. Rush
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
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Part-time research assistant .in psychiatry
hs./wk.for t eas 1 yr., starting immed.
Ow trans. essential, some typin and clerical
$6-$7/hr dcpcnding on qualification. Dr.
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PA RT-TIME after school care, 8 yr. old boy.
Excellent a . Re uires reliable car, refer-
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PART-TIME EMP~LOYMENT- Study
Bak Video Rental. Apps. avail, at Mich.
PHOTOLA B TEiCH NICIAN
Earn $5/hr. and learn color & density. Photo
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Sun. April 30, Mon. May 1 $6/hr. 662-3223.
ence ichild cre wantedto b aby st for infant
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car. Call 994-1125. .
STUDENTS: Are you enrolled as a full-time
looing forpart-time"work"(up^'to 20
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vacations? Can you meet low income criterna,
i.e. are you an inde ndent student? We are
recruiting for the following positions: Me-
chanical engineering, Safety, and Chemical
engineermn technicians. Starting salary is
$6.00or $6.76 depending on qualifications.
Contact: Carol Mick, Human Resources Of-
fice, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
2565 Plymouth Rd.$ or phone 313-668-4220.
SUWAY isnow hiring for sumer help.
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FALL '89--share 2-bedroom condo with 1
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FEMALE non-smoking roommate needed
beg. May 15. Share room- rent $258. Park-
ing, d/w, laundry. Call Sharon 995-5745.
FEMALE, NONSMOKER HLOUSEMATE
wanted: Sept. single room in 6 person house
located on S. Forest and Hlill. $285/mo. Free
parking. Call 994-8953.-
GOING ABROAD FALL TERM? I will
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NEED I FOR dbl./house at 516 Catherine
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NEEDED FOR .SEPT.-SEPT. lease, 1 fe-
male, non-smoking grad, student. Near gro-
cery store, free prkg., $266/mo. heat & water
inci, 10 mm. from campus. 769-2913.
OWN ROOM in 6 bdrm. house $225+util.,
laudry, parking Looking fo female or male
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Students neede to sel ho boers and shirts
person. Leave message with Lisa 761 -9596
PROFESSOR TACK MATSON, who
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"a celebration of failure: for entrepreneurs
and those who want to be" on Saturday, Aprnl
15 8'30 am-4:30 pm. Free for students. Call
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for only $19 at The Michigan Union Book-
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HEALTHY MA LE volunteers, 18-40 needed
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Compensation $200. 764-5341,764-9384.
Jennifer, your eyes are beautiful! I'm so glad
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SENIORS THE PARTY IS TODAY! "A
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4:30 to 8:30 pm. Free food & entertainment -
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