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UMS Concert Program, March 22, 1963: San Francisco Ballet -- Lew Christensen

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Day
22
Month
March
Year
1963
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Season: Eighty-fourth
Concert: Tenth
Complete Series: 3384
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

1962 Eighty-fourth Season 1963
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Charles A. Sink, President Gail VV. Rector, Executive Director Lester McCoy, Conductor
Tenth Program Eighty-fourth Annual Choral Union Series Complete Series 3384
San Francisco Ballet
LEW CHRISTENSEN, General Director Leon Kalimos, Managing Director
Gerhard Samuel, Conductor Lawrence Foster, Associate Conductor
Friday Evening, March 22, 1963, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
ARTISTS
Jocelyn Vollmar Sally Bailey Virginia Johnson Sue Loyd Thatcher Clarke Robert Gladstein Terry Orr Robert Vickrey Ada Shepard Nancy Robinson Cynthia Gregory Gail Visentin
David Anderson Ron Poindexter
Shari White Christie Sharp Joanna DiGiovanna Tina Bernal Susan Cartt Patricia Norman Zola Dishong Judith Grossenbacher
Kristine Heinemann Virginia Stapleton Lynda Meyer
Michael Rubino Frank Ordway Henry Berg Lee Fuller William Johnson
Houston Lawrence Tom Sanders Marvin Hanson
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
PROGRAM
VARIATIONS DE BALLET
Choreography: George Balanchine and Lew Christensen
Music: Alexandre Glazounow
Conductor: Gerhard Samuel
Preamble........Virginia Johnson Thatcher Clarke
{Lew Christensen) Sue Loyd Robert Vickrey
Nancy Robinson-David Anderson
Christie Sharp Henry Berg
Ada Shepard Ron Poindexter
Shari White Lee Fuller
Tina Bernal, Susan Cartt, Joanna DiGiovanna, Zola Dishong, Judith Grossenbacher, Kristine Heinemann, Lynda Meyer, Virginia Stapleton
Adagio...........Sue Loyd Robert Vickrey
{George Balanchine)
Waltz.........Nancy Robinson David Anderson
{Lew Christensen) Christie Sharp Henry Berg
Ada Shepard Ron Poindexter Shari White -Lee Fuller
Tina Bernal, Susan Cartt, Joanna DiGiovanna, Zola Dishong, Judith Grossenbacher, Kristine Heinemann, Lynda Meyer, Virginia Stapleton
Pas d'action........Virginia Johnson Thatcher Clarke
{Lew Christensen)
Male Variation...........Thatcher Clarke
{George Balanchine)
Lady's Variation...........Virginia Johnson
{George Balanchine)
Coda.........Nancy Robinson David Anderson
{George Balanchine) Christie Sharp Henry Berg
Ada Shepard Ron Poindexter Shari White -Lee Fuller
Galop...............Ensemble
{George Balanchine and Lew Christensen)
INTERMISSION
CAPRICE
Choreography: Lew Christensen
Music: Franz Von Suppe
Decor and Costumes: Tony Duquette
Conductor: Gerhard Samuel
Scene I Cynthia Gregory
with
Tina Bernal Henry Berg Joanna DiGiovanna Lee Fuller
Zola Dishong, Judith Grossenbacher, Kristine Heinemann, Christie Sharp, Ada Shepard, Shari White
Scene II
Young Lady......Gail Visentin
Private.......Robert Vickrey
Sergeant......Ron Poindexter
Lieutenant......David Anderson
Captain......William Johnson
General........Terry Orr
Scene III Jocelyn Vollmar Thatcher Clark
with
Susan Cartt, Lynda Meyer, Patricia Norman, Virginia Stapleton All the Above
INTERMISSION
DIVERTISSEMENT d'AUBER
Choreography: Lew Christensen
Music: Francois Esprit Auber
Costumes: Tony Duquette
Conductor: Gerhard Samuel
Part I
Lynda Meyer Lee Fuller Christie Sharp David Anderson
Ada Shepard Henry Berg
Gail Visentin Ron Poindexter
Shari White Robert Vickrey
Tina Bernal, Joanna DiGiovanna, Zola Dishong
Judith Grossenbacher, Kristine Heinemann
Part II Sue Loyd, Cynthia Gregory, Terry Orr
Part III Finale -All performers listed in Part I
Program and cast subject to change.
1962 UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTATIONS 1963
RACKHAM AUDITORIUM
Julian Bream, Guitarist and Lutenist . . . (2:30) Sunday, March 31
Program: LUTE: Bockington Pound
Walsingham .............Francis Cutting
Greenslcevcs J
Henry Noel's Galliard
The Earl of Essex's Galliard
Sir John Langton's Pavan ...........John Dowland
Captain Piper's Galliard Lady Clifton's Spirit
Pavana Bray ]
avand ........William B?
My Lord Willoughby's Welcome Home J
INTERMISSION
GUITAR:
Air, rondeau, minuet, hornpipe...........Henry Purcell
Two Sonatas...............Domenico Cimarosa
Prelude and Fugue in D major..............Bach
Choros No. 1.................Villa-Lobos
Granada Leyenda
Tickets: $2.50 and $2.00
.................Albeniz
Ann Arbor May Festival
Philadelphia Orchestra in six concerts .... May 9, 10, 11, 12
THURSDAY, MAY 9, 8:30. EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor; E. POWER BIGGS, Organist. "Music for the Royal Fireworks" (Handel-Harty); Poulenc's Organ Concerto in G minor; Excerpts from "Lulu" (Berg); and "Organ" Symphony No. 3 in C minor (Saint-Saens).
FRIDAY, MAY 10, 8:30. THOR JOHNSON, Conductor; GRANT JOHANNESEN, Pianist. UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION, "Te Deum" (Verdi); Variations for Piano and Orchestra (Riegger); "Still Are New Worlds" (Ross Lee Finney), EDWIN G. BURROWS, narrator; "Wanderer" Fantasia (Schubert-Liszt).
SATURDAY, MAY II, 2:30. WILLIAM SMITH, Conductor. Duet-Concertante for Clarinet and Bassoon (Strauss), Gigliotti and Garfield, soloists; Haydn Variations (Brahms); Fantastic Symphony (Berlioz).
SATURDAY, MAY II, 8:30. EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor; ISAAC STERN, Violinist. Mendelssohn and Prokofiev (No. 1) Concertos; Trumpet Voluntary (Purcell), Gilbert Johnson, soloist; and Brahms' Symphony No. 2. (Sold Out)
SUNDAY, MAY 12, 2:30. THOR JOHNSON, Conductor. UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION, Haydn's "Creation." Soloists: ADELE ADDISON, Soprano; JOHN McCOLLUM, Tenor; DONALD BELL, Bass.
SUNDAY, MAY 12, 8:30. EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor; RUDOLF AND PETER SERKIN, Pianists. Mozart Concerto No. 10 for Two Pianos; Beethoven Concerto No. 4; Mozart "Haffner" Symphony; Buxtehude's Passacaglia. (Sold Out)
Tickets: $4.00--$3.50--$3.00--$2.25--$1.50
Presentations for the 1963-1964 season will be announced about May 1. Season ticket orders for Choral Union Series, Extra Series, and the new Chamber Arts Series, will be accepted and filed in sequence bginning May 1.

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