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1984 Ann Arbor Summer Festival Program

Ann Arbor Summer Festival
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The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, with French pianist/conductor
Philippe Enlremont, performs the Gala Opening Program, including Copland's
Appalachian Spring,
accompanied by photo•graphs of Appalachian sccnes projected onto large screens above the orchestra; Ravel's complete Daphnis and Chloe with the Festival Chorus; and Entremont performing in Milhaud's exciting piano quartet version of The Creation of the World. Sat., June 30, g p.m., Power Center
The Detroit Chamber Winds, 15 musicians from the Detroit Symphony and Michigiln Opera Theatre orchestras, perform a varied repertoire can· ducted hy H. Robert Reynolds. Sun., July I, Ila.m., Rackham
No Maps on My Taps stars th ree veteran mastersofjazztilp dancing -Silndman Sims, Bunny Briggs and Chuck Green in a 60·minute documentary film on the heritage of dance in black America, followed by a live performance by three tap dancers. Sun., July 1, 8 p.m., Power Center.
Wa ves VI -with 25 dancers-whirls and spins its way on·stage in an uncanny mix of moves right out of "flashdance!" "Breaking,' "popping" and "ticking: jazz ballet, ragtime struttin: acrobatics, gymnastics, choreographic sight gags
-even roller skating! Mon., July 2, g p.m. Repeat performance Tues., July 3, 8 p.m.,
Power Center.
The Am erican Reper•tory Theater, now in residency at Harvard University, brings repertory theater to Ann Arbor before performing at the Olympic Arts Festival in Los Angeles. Sganarelle, Wed., July 4, 7 p.m.; Sheridan's School for Scandal, Thurs. & Fri., July 5 & 6, 8 p.m., Power Center.
Marcel Man:l'illI, whose charactcr"~ip: is recognized around the world, gives four performances of two dirfercnt programs. He will be in residence for two weeks to teach his nrstAmericanseminarsin the art of mime. Sat. & Sun., July 7 & 8, and Wed & Thurs., July 11 & 12 8 p.m. , Power Center.
j\ldo Ciccolini, Italian•born pianist now living in Paris, displays his techni•cal mastery and powerful keyboard ilrtistrv in his return to Ann A;bor. His international popularity is built largely on his admir•able interpretations of the French composers, includ•ing Ravel. Debussy and Satie. Sat., July 7, 8 p.m., Rackham.
The Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra, Carl Daehler Conductor, features oboe soloist Harry Sargous in concer•tos by Handel and Vaughan Williams, and symphonies by Boyce and
Haydn. Sun., July 8,
11 a.m., Rackham.
Pilobolus Dance Theater
-leaping, twisting and lifting audiences beyond the traditional notion of dance-stretch and bend their bodies into various forms of fantilstic creatures of the imagination. Mon. & Tues., July 9 & 10, 8 p.m.. Power Center.
i\ Party with Bett y Comden ilnd Adolph Creen is truly that. A
warm and intimate even•ing as this Tony·Award· winning pair shares their
familiar tunes as well as other favorites. Fri., July 13,8 p.m. Repeat perfor•mance Silt., July 14,
8 p.m., Power Center.
Fra ncois-Rene
Duchable, Parisian
pianist praised by Arthur
]{ubinstein and Herbert
von Karajan and by Euro·
pean audiences, makes his
American debut on Bas
tille Day, Sat., July 14,
8p.m., Rackham.
Edward Villella, America's most celebrated male ballet dancer -and for 20 years with the New York City Ballet under George Balanchine •comes to lecture and direct dam;crs in demon•strating the artistry and technique of ballet. Sun., July IS, 8 p.m_, Power Center
Ars J\'lusica, a 13·member baroque music ensemble founded in Ann Arbor in 1970, performs on original 17th-and 18th·century instruments. Penelope Crawford is the featured hilrpsichord soloist. Sun., July IS, 11 a.m., Rackham.
Sherrill Milnes, the Metropolitan Opera's leading baritone and America's most-recorded opera star, performs songs
and operatic arias with the Northwood Orchestra, Don Jaeger conducting. Mon., July 16, 8 p.m., Power Center.

Claire Bloom, renowned stage actress, presents "These Are Women," a portrait of Shakespeare's heroines. Limelight and Richard HI were among her early ftlms. She starred more recently in TV adaptations of Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited, and The Spy Who Came in from the Cold
Thurs_, July 19, 8 p.m. Repeat performance Fri .. July 20, 8 p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Robin Hood, the 1922 film starring Douglas Fair•banks, Sr., is presented in lavish 1920's movie-palace style in the historic Michigan Theater. The Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra and the thea•ter's famous Barton Organ accompany this silent-era classic. Fri_, July 20, 8 p.m., Michigan Theater.
The Secret Milrriage by Domenico Cimarosa 11749-1801) -acclaimed as his masterpiece-is per•formed by the School of Music Opera Theater This exciting work is in the best burro tradition. Four performances: 2 p.m. & 8 p.m., Sat. & Sun., July 21 & 22, Power Center
The Hi cd Trio, in a premiere performance together as a trio, com•bines the talents of internationally-renowned violinist Ruggiero Ricci Ion the faculty of the University of Michigan School of Music): his brother, George Ricci, cellist; and Ruggiero's son, Cian Ricci, pianist. Sun., July 22, t I a.m., Rackham.
1\'1ichaellorimer, a favori te protege of Andres Segovia, is an outstanding yO\lIlg American guitarist who performs on both the classical and baroque guitars. Mall., July 23, 8 p.m. , Hack ham.
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The Northwood Orches•tra is conducted by Don Jaeger in both programs: on July 16-featuring soloist Sherrill Milnes•and on July 24, with the Festival Chorus singing a premiere performance of Donald Bryant's choral work commissioned by the University Musical Society. Aaron Copland's The Tender Land will also be presented musically and visually as part of a Multiple Arts Perfor•mance. featuring photo•graphs of American scenes projected onto three large screens above the orchestra.
The following Summer Ticket Sales
patrons an opportunity to toast honored guests Marcel

A gala reception with a French flavor gives Festival
Festival performers will MAIL ORDERS ONLY through May 31. From June I, Marceau and Philippe Entremont and enjoy French
also offer Master Classes: tickets may be purchased by mail, by phone (credit card cuisine at a buffet dinner prior to the Festival's opening
purchases only) or in person at the Power Center box concert, featuring the Detroit Symphony Orchestra with The world's foremost
office. Mail orders should include a Ticket Order Form Entremont conducting and performing at the piano. mime
and payment Icheck, money order, Visa or MasterCard.1
MARCEL MARCEAU and representatives of arts councib will abo be among July 1-15 • Orders are filled in the sequence received and the honored guests at Ihis reception in the Power Center tickets will be mailed after June 1. No refunds, no Artists' Rehearsal Room from 7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Pianist exchanges.
French officials, members of state and local government Mail Your Ticket Orders Early!
val will be invited guests. Those who purchase a S100

Those who have made major contributions to the Festi· • Checks should be made payable to: ANN ARBOR
ENTREMONT SUMMER FESTIVAL, INC. ticket will receive a $25 ticket to the DSO Concert; S50 J uly 1-3 • Mailing Address: P.O. Box 4070, Ann Arbor, MI 48106 is a tax-deductible contribution.
Office hours Pianist • Beginning June I, the Ann Arbor Summer Festival ALDO CICCOLIN I box office in the Power Center is open 12-7 p.m. daily. J uly 5-8 • Phone: (313)763-0950.
• Performance hall box offices open one hour before
Choreogra pher and performance time "Images of the A rare kinescope retro-dancer • All performances are at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise Performing Arts" -spective of Arturo EDWARD VILLELLA noted courtesy of the University Toscanini conducting the
J uly 16-19 Phone Orders
of Michigan 1'v1useum of NBC Symphony in four Purchases of $20.00 or more on VISA OR
Art at South University full-length concerts.
Metropolitan Opera MASTERCARD ONLY may be made by phone by call•and State Streets. July Exclusive showings, baritone ing (313) 763-0950 after June 1. There is a S2.00 phonehours: Tues.-Fri. It a.m -courtesy of the Museum SHERRILL MILNES charge. Please have the following information ready4 p.m.; Sat.-Sun. 1-5 p.m. of Broadcasting in New when you call:
July 17-20
York, presented by Harry • VISA or MASTERCARD number.
"The Third Eye" -eight Berv, French hornist with
limited edition lithoprints the NBC Symphony

Guitarist • Expiration date of card. MICHAEL LORIMER • Evcntls) for which you are purchasing tickets.
by Marcel Marceau. 1932-54 and professor at • Number of tickets to eventls) Exhibited in the Power the U of M School of July 24·27 • Total purchase price lplus the $2.00 phone charge.)
Center lobby one hour Music, summer session.
before scheduled events Location and times to be For registration informa•
1'he program is subject to change without notice.
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roles. Exhibited in the Films -A survey of Risenhoover, Assistant to Power Center lobby one American dance. Week of the Dean, University of hour before scheduled July 16 Michigan School of Music, ACCOMMODATIONS " RESTAURANTS events. Ann Arbor, MI 48109.
For maps and details about lodging, dining and shop•"Arturo Toscanini"•ping, contact the Ann Ar bor Conference and Visitors exclusive photographs of Bureau, 207 E. Washington, Ann Arbor, M148104. the legendary maestro in Phone: (313) 995-7281 action, courtesy of Robert TOP OF THE PARK .•• LECTURE Hupka, photographer. Displayed in the third
Outdoor entertainment, Robert Brustein, •floor Rackham Galleries

refreshments and snacks American Repertory
await Festival audiences Theatre director, speaks
mances in Rackham.

one hour before perfor•atop the Fletcher Street on the arts, including the parking structure, adjoin•plays he has directed that ing the Power Center, will be performed in the both before and after Summer Festival. Festival performances,
Other films and lectures
ALUMNI ACTIVITIES with carillon concerts

will be announced as they from the Baird Memorial
are scheduled.
Information about U of M Carillon in Burton Tower,alumni activities during strolling musicians and the Festival is available
jugglers and short feature
through the U of M

films may be seen on a Alumni Center, 200
large outdoor screen. Washtenaw CounCil
Fletcher St., Ann Arbor,
for the Art.
Phone: (313)764-0384 Tn addition to the Festival
performances, many other
exciting events will occur,

including plays, children's
theater, museums, movies
"Splendid ... breathtakingly beautiful!" and outdoor concerts, •
" .. . forceful, dramatic and elevating.JI
many presented by mem•
bers of the Washtenaw
Critical acclaim for the works of James Westwater, Council for the Arts. For a
whose exciting concept of blending multiple-screen detailed schedule, write:
projection of stunning photography and live musical Washtenaw Council for
performances will be presented in both the opening and the Arts, P.O. Box 8154,
closing Festival performances with the music of Aaron Ann Arbor, MI48107.
Copland. Phone: 13131996·2777.

July 1984

An International testlval in an GALA BENEFIT OPENING-SATURDAY,
AII·Amerlca City on the campus French cuisine, Frerx:h wine and of the University of Michigan an opportunity to meet and Philippe
toast honored guests Marcel
Marceau and Philippe Entremont -at a gala reception before the
The University of p~
Festival's opening concert in the
Power Center. The $100 contri•bution includes a 525 ticket to
School of Music
the 8 p.m. DSO concert. $50 is a tox-deductible contribution.
"School for Scandal"
Ricci Trio

liThe Secret

Not. on Ticket Prices:
The highest price quoted in the
Hekel Order Form is for sooting
in Block "A"; the lowest price
for seating in Block "0 .. Power Center for the Performing Arts Rockham Auditorium Lydia Mende'saohn Theater
Pie • .., p.lnt dearly Dale Perfo rman ce & Time
Junc3Q Gpla Benefit Opening RecepHon 7p.m
June 30 Detroit Symphony Orchestra S .m
illy' Detroit Chamber Winds 11 iI.m.
City: Zip: Julyl No Maps on My Taps 8 p.m
I'hone: ~ July 2 Wavesvt Sp.rn
July 3 WavesYl8p.rn
NOT E: Ifdiffe re nl, 1'1.,...., indicaleaddresa 10 w hich l ickeh.hould he ,en!, luly4 JulyS A.R.T.Sgal1/lrel/e 7 p.rn A.R.T. School for Scanool 8 p.m.
July 6 A.R.T. SchooiforScandJJI8 p.m.
City: Zip July 7 July 7 Marc~l Marceau (Program 1i'I) 8 p.rn A1doCiccolini Sp.rn
o Enclosed is check payable to Ann Arbor Summer festival, Inc"in the amount of JulyS JulyS Ann Arbor Chamber Orchestra II a.m. Marcel Marceau iProgram #1) S p.m
July 9 Pilobolus Dance Theatre !program ") 8 p.m
o Please charge to my 0 VISA 0 MASTERCARD July 10 Pilobolus Dance Theatre iProgmm #2) 8 p.m.
July II Marcel Marceau !program *2) 8 p.m.
July 12 MaroelMarceaulProgramn} Bp.m.
thc amount of$ July 13 Betty OJmden and Adolph Green 8 p.m.
Card Expiration Dale July 14 July 14 Betty OJmdcn and Adolph Grecn S p_m Francois·R~n~ Duchable 8 p.m
July 15 ArsMusica 11a.m.
SIGNATURE July 15 Edward Villella Lectun1Dance 8 p.rn
INOTli' Credit card purchascsof $2000 or more July 16 Sherrill Milnes/Northwood Orch. B p.m.
may be made BY PHONE for a S2.00 service charge.) July!7 Villella's Company of DanC

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