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March 22, 1991 - Image 9

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American Indian Dance Theatre, a troupe
representing 15 different tribes. A Pow Wow at
the Power Center, 8:00. $20-$12.
Academy Awards Party. Watch the ceremonies in
Ann Arbor's film Mecca, the hallowed ground of the
Michigan Theater, 9:00. $7.50.
Michigan Youth in Concert. Performed by high
school kids from all over this great state. Hill Aud.,
7:30.
TUESDAY
Armstrong Flute-Percussion Duo, performing
works by Telemann, Elizabeth Vercoe, Ingolf Dahl,
and many others. Expect musical varieties ranging
from fife and drum to contemporary compositions.
School of Music Recital Hall, 8:00. Free.
WEDNESDAY
Stephen Rush concert, a piano recital by the Dance
department's dance director in honor of retiring
professor Leslie Bassett. School of Music,
Macintosh Theatre, 8:00. Free.
Don Giovanni. Mozart's masterpiece -well, one of
them - performed by the School of Music's Opera
Theatre and the USO. Mendelssohn Theatre, 8:00.
$1 2$9/$5.
The Wall. A rendition of Pink Floyd's classic album.
Power Center, 8:00. $5.
THURSDAY
Gifts of Art. The Unknown Music Student -
unknown because the choice has yet to be made,
which is all part of the fun - performs at the
University Hospital Lobby, 12:30. Free.
Don Giovanni. See Wednesday.

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Lisa DeBoer, beautiful, rich, and very smart, leaves
campus in style, with Professor Graham Smith's dog, Tonka.
Jacket and shorts by Harry's. Photo by Jose Juarez.

Faculty Brass Quintet. Faculty perform works by
J.S. Bach, Jan Bach, Ewald, Renwick School of
Music, Recital Hall, 4:00. Free.
Syd Lieberman tells Jewish stories. Hillel, 2:00,
$8/$5.
M O N D A Y
Union Special Concert. The Academy of Early
Music demonstrates just how music used to sound
in the good old days of harpsichords, viols,
recorders and other non-electronic instruments.
Union, Pendleton Rm., 8:00. Free.

The Ark
(761-1451)
Friday: The Dave Holland Quartet, jazz. Saturday:
RFD Boys; bluegrass. Sunday: De Dannan,
traditional Irish music. Tuesday: Cheryl Wheeler,
singer-storyteller gives a free concert. Thursday:
Holly Near.

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Spacemen 3 "Playing with Fire" CD, CA, LP
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