THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1954
May Tickets ART EXHIBIT:
ToBe Sold '1Beckmann, RouauIt'
Display Starts Today
STANLEY QUARTET RELAXES AFTER REHEARSAL
Stanley, Brubeck Quartets
To Present Varied Concerts
Campus and local concerts willV
be given today, tomorrow and
Tuesday by groups ranging in mu-
sical style from the Stanley Quar-
tet's chamber music to Dave Bru-
beck's modern jazz quartet.
Highlighting the Stanley Quar-
tet's concert at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday
in Rackham Lecture Hall will be
the premiere performance of
"Quartet No. 14," composed by
Heitor Villa-Lobos. The Brazilian
composer's work was commission-
ed by the University and written
for the Stanley Quartet.
THE GROUP, composed of Prof.
Gilbert Ross, Prof. Emil Raab,
Prof. Robert Courte and Prof.
Oliver Edel of the music school,
will also play Haydn's "Op. 74, No.
1 in C major" and Beethoven's
"Op. 130 in B-flat major."
First of three recitals of Jo-.
hann Sebastian Bach organ mu-
sic will be given at 4:15 p.m.
today in Hill Auditorium by
Prof. Robert Noehren of the
music school, University organ-
Included on the program will
be "Prelude and Fugue in C ma-
jor," "Three Chorale Preludes on
Allein Gott in der Hoh' sei Ehr,"
"Trio-Sonata No. 3 in D minor,"
"Toccata and Fugue in D minor"
and "Three Chorale Preludes"-
"An wasserflussen Babylon," "Nun
danket alle Gott" and "Komm,
AT 8 P.M. tomorrow, Walter
Evich, Grad, a member of the De-
troit Symphony Orchestra, will
present a viola recital in Rackham
Assembly Hall. He will play Bach's
"Concerto in C Minor," Mozart's
"Sonata in C Major," Vieux's
"Scherzo" and Bartok's "Viola
This concert, like the Stanley
Quartet and Prof. Noehren con-
certs, will be free of charge and
open to the public.
The Dave Brubeck quartet will
bring modern jazz to Ann Arbor
with a concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow
in the Masonic Temple on 327 S.
4th Ave. No program will be an-
nounced for this concert, as the
group plays what and as long as
they want to.
Still in his 20's, Brubeck, a
graduate of the College of the
Pacific, studied composition un-
der Arnold Schoenberg and Da-
rius Milhaud. Ron Crotty, his
bass player,-studied classical vi-
olin music for seven years prior
to beginning bass viol in high
school and playing for two sea
sons with the Oakland Sym-
phony. Drummer Lloyd Davis
and alto saxophonist Paul Des-
mond are also in the quartet.
General admission tickets pric-
ed at $1.75 may be obtained at a
music store located at 300 S.
Tickets for individual concerts
of the May Festival, which will
be held April 29 througn May 2,
will be placed on sale at 9 a.m.
Wednesday in the offices of the
University Musical Society in Bur-
Besides conductor Eugene Or-
mandy and the Philadelphia Or-
chestra, musicians in the 61st an-
nual May Festival will include so-
pranos Lily Pons, Zinka Milanov
and Lois Marshall, Contralko
Blanche Thebom, tenors Kurt
Baum and John McCollum and
baritone William Warfield.
Instrumentalists to be heard
during the concerts will be vio-
linist Jacob Krachmalnick, vi-
oloncellists Leonard Rose and
Lorne Munroe and pianist Ar-
Thor Johnson, conductor of the
Cincinnati Symphony, will direct
the Philadelphia Orchestra dur-
ing two concerts.dThe Festival
Youth Chorus, conducted by Mar-
guerite Hood and the University
Choral Union will also appear on
Individual tickets are priced at
$3, $2.50, $2 and $1.50.
Sixteen students were initiated
last night into the University
chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, na-
tional professional journalism fra-
William S. Lampe, managing
editor of the Detroit Times, ad-
dressed the chapter after the ini-
tiation ceremonies and dinner,
held at the Allenel hotel.
Initiated were Charles R. An-
derson, '54; James J. Brady, '55;
John T. Buck, '55; David L. Bra-
endle, '54; Baert D. Brand, '55;
Donald A. Cameron, '54; Wallace
B. Eberhard, '55; Theodore M.
English, '55; Conroy V. Erickson,
'55; Doyne E. Jackson, '55; James
R. Mills; Jack C. Neal, '54; Rob-
ert L. Polley, '55; Duane E. Poole,
'55; Richard A. Underwood, '55;'
and Michael F. Wolff, '54.
ICC Plans Open
House Next Week1
The Inter-Cooperative Council
has planned an open house in the
campus co-ops for next week.
Those who are interested in
rooming or boarding at a co-op
next semester can arrange to have
dinner at any of the houses, free
Arrangements for this informal
orientation may be made by calling
Luther Buchele, '55 the ICC Exe-
cutive Secretary, at NO 8-6872, or
Sue Messing, '54 at Stevens House,
"Beckmann and Rouault," a
loan exhibit created by the Mu-
seum of Art, will go on display in
the Museum today, while "The
Story of Glass Decoration" will be
displayed starting Friday.
The first exhibit, which will be
shown until March 28, includes a
small group of original oils by each
artist surrounded by a number of
his graphic works. On display will
be 26 items by Roualt, which in-
cludes two paintings, one illustrat-
ed book and 23 prints, both black
and white and colored.
Three paintings by Beckmann
will be shown, including "Begin
the Beguine" from the museum's
collection, a trypich from the Uni-
versity of Iowa and a landscape
borrowed from Prof. Max Loehr
of the fine arts department.
These artists are considered the
two dominant figures in the ex-
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