100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

October 19, 1990 - Image 20

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1990-10-19

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Page 20 - The Michigan Daily - Friday, October 19, 1990

Leningrad comes to
Ann Arbor
... II-s tvh

Kid's stories are
full of color

_I RV urI VIuvsmE

T he stirring sounds of the
Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra,
featuring all Russian music, will
drift through Hill Auditorium
tonight. The Symphony returns to
Ann Arbor for its fourth concert, but
for the first time under the baton of
associate conductor Mariss Jansons
and featured piano soloist, Dmitri
Aleexev.
The Leningrad Philharmonic,
founded in 1882, is the oldest sym-
phony in the Soviet Union. The
symphony succeeded the former
"Court Orchestra" and became the
State Orchestra in March of 1917.
The Philharmonic has played a vital
-fole in the success of many Soviet
composers, including Shostakovich
until his death in 1975. Today, the
orchestra is world renowned for the
virtuosity of its players as well as
its interpretations of the Russian and
;Soviet orchestral repertoire.
Jansons returns for his second
appearance in Ann Arbor, the first
being in 1987 with the Oslo Phil-
harmonic, with whom he is still
music director. He has also con-
ducted the Berlin Philharmonic,
Concertgebouw Orchestra, London
Philharmonic and the BBC Orches-
tras. Dmitri Alexeev has performed
many piano recitals on the world's
leading concert stages. He has been
called one of the "most remarkable
pianists of his day" by the London
Daily Telegraph. The Moscow-

born pianist captured first place in
the Fifth Leeds International Compe-
tition of 1975, the first and only
Russian pianist to earn this distinc-
tion. He made his American debut in
1976 with the Chicago Symphony
Orchestra.
The concert begins with five se-
lections from Sergei Prokofiev ballet
"Romeo and Juliet." As Prokofiev
described the work "I have taken spe-
cial pains to achieve a simplicity
which will, I hope reach the hearts
of the listener." The ballet was first
performed in Leningrad in 1940 with
the legendary Galina Ulanova as
Juliet.
The program's second piece fea-
tures Dmitri Aleexev performing
Prokofiev's "Piano Concerto No.1,
Op.10." The piece is a brilliant and
colorful single-movement work
showcasing the skills of the pianist.
The piano first introduces the crisp
staccato theme, then the soloist and
orchestra engage in a dialogue, hand-
ing the theme back and forth. The
sounds of the full orchestra restating
the main theme bring the piece to an
end.
The program will close with
Tchaikovsky's "Symphony No.5 in
E Minor, Op.64." Tchaikovsky
himself conducted the premiere per-
formance of the work in 1888 in St.
Petersburg. A sharp contrast to the
vivid pieces of Prokofiev, all four
movements of the symphony share
the common element of sadness.

by Julie Komorn_

Children love to hear good sto-
ries. Jeff Pickell, the storyteller
and owner of Kaleidoscope Book
and Collectibles, loves to tell
them. Each Sunday at 2 p.m.
Pickell tells two stories to chil-
dren ages three to seven. He tells
one story that he has made up and
the other story he reads from a
book. As the children gather close
to him, he begins his story using
a variety of voices, expressions
and gestures..
But what is most impressive
is Pickell's ability to get children
involved in the story. Last Sun-
day as Pickell told his made-up
story of "The Greatest Gift of
All," he used the children in the
audience as the characters in the
story. They were the ones playing
kickball in the story and they
were the ones receiving gifts from
a smelly old man named Mr.
Clause.

Pickell feels that involving
the kids helps to "encourage their
attention span and involve them
in the visualization." In addition
to using their names, Pickell asks
the children numerous questions.
"So what do you think is the
greatest gift of all?" he inquired of
them near the end of the story:
One child answered "A blanket."
Although that is a great gift, ac-
cording to the story, "friendship"
was the answer Pickell was look-
ing for.
The stories are told in the
children's section called "Zach's
Stacks" named in honor of Pick-
ell's son. The children's section
has a very colorful and inviting
setup with kid's size chairs and
tables full of dolls, puppets, toys
and of course, picture books.
Pickell's background in acting
and stagework is seen in his
charismatic telling of each story.
His goal is to make the kids feel
See STORIES, page 21

Dmitri Aleexev is the featured piano soloist tonight as the Leningrad
Philharmonic Orchestra appears at Hill Auditoruim.

THE LENINGRAD PHILHAR-
MONIC ORCHESTRA appears
tonight at Hill Auditorium. The con-
cert begins at 8 p.m. Ticket prices
range from $14 to $39 and are

available at the Box Office located
in Burton Memorial Tower. Tickets
may also be reserved by calling
664-2538.

r ,/

P 'tq.

Vt
1

Ann Arbor's
Halloween
Headquarters:
Make-up "Hairspray - Glitter
Masks - Wigs . Hats
Canes . Vampire Blood
Ears - Tails * Noses
& much more!
HUGE SELECTION-
LOW PRICES
CAMpuS BikE & Toy
514 E. WilliAM 662-0035
Mon. & Fri. Tues.-Thurs.
9:30-7 p.m. & Sat.
9:30-5:30

Artspace Workshops
Begin November 5th
Register Now!
Photography I T 6-8 pm
6 weeks South Quad's Photography Lab:
This class covers the basic techniques of photography. The format of
the class will include use of camera and films, film processing and
printing, and negative evaluation. Materials needed: 35 mm camera,
roll of B& W tri-X film, notebook. Instructor: Bob Moustakas
Tuition: $40 Lab Fee: $10 Limit: 10
Beginning Watercolor M 6-8 pm
6 weeks Artspace Drawing Room
Introduction to technique, theory, and materials. Wet blending, graded
washes, unusual textures, elements of design and history of
watercolor will be covered: Material lists will be provided first night of
classes. Instructor: Craig Rochkind
Tuition: $40 Lab Fee: None Limit: 10
Happy Hour Pot Throwing T 6-8 pm
6 weeks Artspace Ceramics Room
Come use our studio for two hours one evening a week to throw a
vessel on a conventional wheel. Explore the feeling of clay as it takes
shape at your fingertips. While this is not an instruction oriented class,
an instructor will be available for individual guidance. Tools and clay
will be provided for each student. Materials needed: Glazes and
additional clay as needed. Instructor: David Nelson
Tuition: $40 Lab Fee: $7 Limit: 5
Artspace Registration Form
Name::
Address: I
City/State/Zip: *
Telephone #;"
Class:
Total Payment Enclosed $
Return to Artspace, 118 N 4th Ave. Ann Arbor, Ml 48104

11(

ss

A

Order your college ring NOW
JO STENS
A M E R I C A ' S C O L L E G E R I N G"'
Date: Oct 15-19 Time:11:00 - 4:00 Deposit Required: $25.00
Place: Michigan Union Bookstore
Meet with your Jostens representative for full details. See our complete ring selection on display in your college bookstore.
90-?AtCP-2"A.I'
ANNOUNCING
COUNSELING SERVICES GROUPS
FALL TERM 1990
Breaking the Cycle: A Drop-In Group for Women Obsessed
with Food
Mondays, 11:10-12:30 pm
A Group for Men & Women: Love, Friendship, &
Communication
Thursdays, 3:00-5:00 pm
Dreamwork: A Therapy Group with Emphasis on Dreams
Tuesdays, 3:00-5:00 pm
Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families: Discovery &
Recovery
Fridays, 11:00-12:30 pm
Adult Children of Dysfunctional Families Therapy Group
Fridays, 11:00-12:30 pm

" i
_

MCRS
System of the Week
Check it out!
e Mini Deluxe cabinet with key lack,
reset button, turbo on light,
power light, hard disk light.
(supports 3 exposed 1 /2 height drives)
" 80306-SX Processor 16 MHZ 0 Wait State
TURBO -"1Meg Ram
"200 Watt High Output Power Supply
386SX 48 Meg SCSI Hard Disk
* 1.2 Meg H.D. Floppy
o* 1.4 Meg H.D. Floppy
__________" Two Serial Ports (Mouse, Modem, etc.)
- ~ *Two Parallel Ports (Printer, etc.)
O O -f- High Res. Mono Monitor (Amber)
IllI{I~Il~lIIIIfIIII1UIUIIlIIII . Hercules umuuu{1°{{{ _CorIfdtiible Graphics lAdaoter
S102 Key Extended Keyboard
" Surge and Spike protector
" Data Case
" DOS 3.3, E-Z Menu Sotware, GW Basic
" All Required Cables
All at the fantastic price of only:
Other possible configurations are listed below.
Hard Disk Mono Monitor M oMonitor VGA Monitor VGA Monitor
Type 1 MEG Ram 4 MEG Ram 1 MEG Ram 4 MEG Ram
None $1,400.00 $1,595.00 $1,815 00 $2,015.00
48 MEG $1,880.00 $,075.00 $2,295.00 $2,490.00
80 MEG $2,080.00 $2,275.00 $2,495.00 $2,690.00
1so MEG $2,925.00 $3,120.00 $3,340.00 $3,535.00
320 MEG $3,555.00 $3,750.00 $3,970.00 $4,165.00
* With VGA, only one Parallel Port (2nd Optional)

AETNA
COMING.
University of Michigan
Information Session/Career Fair Expo

0
s

Actuarial Reception/
Information Session
October 23, 1990
Michigan Union
4-6:00pm

Reception/
Information Session
October 23, 1990
Michigan Union
6-8:00 pm

g5

Talk It Out: A Problem Solving & Support Group
Tuesdays, 3:00-4:00 pm
Coping As An African American Student
To be arranged
Women and Performance Group
Thursdays, 3:30-5:00 pm

Career Expo
October 25, 1990
*". Actuaries
* Claims Representatives
* Employee Benefits Representatives
Connections Associates
* Interns

Black Male Graduate Support Group
To be arranged

Positive Self-image Group
Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00 pm

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan