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Concert-goers To Enjoy Full Season
THE 74TH annual Choral Union
Concert Series will feature ten at-
tractions, opening Oct. 8 with
Richard Tucker, tenor, of the
A new-comer to the Universi-
ty concert program, the Danish
State Orchestra under the di-
rection of Erik Tuxen will be
heard November 15 as the sec-
ond in this series, while the next
concert will be presented by a
returning favorite of Ann Ar-
bor audiences, Vladimir Horo-
witz on November 19.
Bidu Sayao, of the Metropoli-
Students with vocal talent will
have many different choral musip
groups to choose from this year.
Besides the Men's and Women's
Glee Clubs, they will have a choice
of the University Choir, the Arts
Chorale, the Michigan Singers, the
Tudor Singers and the University
The University Choir, direct-
ed by Prof. Maynard Klein,
is divided into three sections: an
advanced male group made up of
staff members and graduates
an all women's group and the
training section of the choir made
up of both men and women.
Persons joining the Choir do
not have to do it for credit; how-
ever, they may receive credit by
arrangement with their counselors.
Also under the direction of
Prof. Klein Is the Arts Chorale,
which performs a lighter type of
One of the oldest singing groups
on campus is the University Choral
Union, directed by Prof. Lester
McCoy. Formerly known as the
, "Messiah Club" its membership is
made up of faculty, students and
townspeople. The Union presents
four concerts each year: two per-
formances of Handel's "Messiah"
at Christmastime and two choral+
works with the Philadelphia Sym-
phony Orchestra during the May
JASCHA HEIFETZ RISE STEVENS
. . . famed violinist . . . Metropolitan singer
tan Opera, who has previously ap-I
peared on the May Festival pro-
gram, will be presented on the
Choral Union series this year for
the first time, Dec. 1.
THE VIENNA Choir Boys will
open the post-holiday season in
Hill Auditorium on Jan. 16 fol-
lowed by the Minneapolis Orches-
tra under Anal Dorati on Feb. 12.
On March 2, the Gershwin
Concert Orchestra, Lorian Maa-
zel conducting will be present-
ed with Carolyn Long, soprano;
Theodor Uppman, baritone; and
Featured on numerous past
programs, Arthur Rubinstein will
be heard again this year in piano
recital on March 12.
The Choral Union Series will be
concluded on May 19 with a con-
cert by the Boston Symphony Or-
chestra under Charles Munch.
FOR THE SEVENTH consecu-
tive season, the University Musi-
cal Society will offer an Extra
Concert Series consisting of five
concerts, the first being Rise Ste-
vens, of the Metropolitan Opera
on October 17.
The Cleveland Orchestra con-
ducted by George Szell will re-
turn to Ann Arbor on Nov. 9.
The third artist scheduled in the
Extra is Claudio Arrau, Chilean
pianist, who will appear on Nov.
On Feb. 17 Jascha Heifetz will
present a recital, with the Extra
Series being concluded on March
23 by the Boston "Pop" Tour Or-
chestra conducted by Arthur Fied-
IN ADDITION to these series of
concerts two annual Christmas
performances of Handel's "Mes-
siah" will be presented the eve-
ning of Dec. 6 and the afternoon
of Dec. 7 with the University
Choral Union of 320 voices, and
the Musical Society Orchestra, un-
der the baton of Lester McCoy.
Soloists for the program will be
Nancy Carr, soprano; Eunice Al-
berta, contralto; David Lloyd,
tenor; and James Pease, bass.
The thirteenth annual Cham-
ber Music Festival of three con-
certs will take place Feb. 20, 21
and 22 in the Rackham auditor-
ium with the Budapest String
Quartet presenting three con-
certs, supplementing the regular
An additional attraction for
music lovers, the 60th Annual May
Festival is scheduled for April 30,
May 1, 2 and 3, with four eve-
ning concerts and two matinees.
Participating on the tentative
program will be theUniversity
Choral Union, Thor Johnson
and Lester McCoy conducting;
Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene
Ormandy, conductor, and Alex-
ander Hilsberg guest conductor;
the Festival of Youth Chorus,
Marguerite Hood, conductor;
and numerous vocal and instru
Season tickets are now available
for the Choral Union and Extra
Series concerts. Tickets for the
"Messiah" performances and the
Budapest Quartet concrets will. go
on sale Oct. 15. Further informa-
tion concerning tickets may be
obtained from Charles A. Sink,
President, University Musical So-
ciety, Burton Memorial Tower.
74th ANNUAL CHORAL UNION SERIES
RICHARD TUCKER, Tenor.
YEHUDI MENUH I N, Violinist,
DANISH STATE SYMPHONY,
VLADIMIR HOROWITZ, Piani
BIDU SAYAO, Soprano
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
. . . . Wednesday, October 22
. . . . Thursday, November 13
st . . Wednesday, November 19
CHOIRBOYS . * * . . *. * *
Friay, January 16
MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Thursday, Febr 12
GERSHWIN CONCERT ORCHESTRA
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ARTUR RUBI NSTEI N,
. . . . . Thursday, March 12
'U' Band Features Precision, Speed
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. Tuesday, May 19
SEASON TICKETS: Remaining unclaimed seats in Block A, $15.00. Block B, $12.00. Block C, $10.00.
7th ANNUAL EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
The fast - stepping Michigan
Marching Band will move onto
the football field within a few
weeks in a sparkling display of
the precision drill work and musi-
cianship which has brought the
organization fame and high re-
spect throughout the nation.
Students and thousands of oth-
er loyal fans will again be treat-
ed with an afternoon of intricate
formations and inspiring playing
as the band opens a new year of
typically credible accomplishment
in the realm of University musi-
* * .
THE MARCHING BAND is but
one of the high-calibre student in-
strumental music groups which
perform here under the able baton
of Prof. William Revelli.
Though perhaps less spectac-
ular, the Michigan Symphony
Band, which takes over the spot-
light after the end of the foot-
ball season, is of comparable
musical stature and its concerts
in Ann Arbor and elsewhere
have thrilled thousands.
Augmenting the two top-rank-
ing groups is the Varsity Band
which performshat several con-
certs and at home basketball
The Varsity Band's emphasis,
however, is on experience rather
than actual performance as it
serves as a training ground for
students working their way into
the Symphony and Marching
The University's bands function
as extra-curricular activities un-
der direction of members of the
Music School faculty.
* * *
BECAUSE of a new change in
University policy, all first semes-
ter freshmen will be eligible to
take part in band activities this
RISE STEVENS, Mezzo-Soprano
. . . 0 .Friday, October 17
students interested in
participation can contact
headquarters in Harris
100 piece Symphony Band
its ranks to women and
somewhat in size and in-
CLAUDIO ARRAU, Pianist.
Tuesday, November 25
H EIF ETZ,
Violinist . . . .
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BOSTON "POPS" TOUR ORCHESTRA
Tuesday, February 17
Monday, March 23
The bands received a special to-
ken of distinction this year with
the release of an R.K.O. Pathe
movie of their activities.
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ANNUAL CHRISTMAS CONCERTS
NANCY CARR, Soprano
EUNICE ALBERTS, Contralto
DAVID LLOYD, Tenor
JAMES PEASE, Bass
CHORAL UNION and ORCHESTRA
LESTER McCOY, Conductor
TICKETS: 70c and 50c (either performance). On sale beginning October 15.
13th ANNUAL CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
(Handel) . .
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BUDAPEST STRING QUARTET
JOSEF ROISMAN, Violin
JAC GORODETZKY, Violin
December 6 and 7, 1952
February 20, 21, 22,
BORIS KROYT, Viola
MISCHA SCHNEIDER, Violoncello
SEASON TICKETS: $3.50 and $2.50. On sale beginning October 15.
60th ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL
SIX CONCERTS . . . . . . . . . April 30, May
The Philadelphia Orchestra, Eugene Ormandy, Conductor, and
Alexander Hilsberg, Guest Conductor; University Choral Union,
Thor Johnson, Guest Conductor; Festival Youth Chorus, Mar-
guerite Hood, Conductor. Soloists to be announced.