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UMS Concert Program, October 8, 1964: Antonio And The Ballets De Madrid -- Rosita Segovia

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Day
8
Month
October
Year
1964
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Season: Eighty-sixth
Concert: Second
Complete Series: 3437
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

1964 Eighty-sixth Season 196S
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Charles A. Sink, President Gail W. Rector, Executive Director Lester McCoy, Conductor
Second Program Eighty-sixth Annual Choral Union Series Complete Series 3437
ANTONIO
and the
Ballets de Madrid
with
Rosita Segovia
Alicia Diaz Paco Romero Hector Zaraspe
Thursday Evening, October 8, 1964, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Soloists: Pastora Ruiz
Marta Calavia Angela del Moral Mariana Luis Fuente
Victor Ullate Norberto Pepe Soler Rosa Garcia Alicia Ivars
Corps de Ballet :
Carlos Fernandez Andres Moreno Marina Carmen Roche
Remedios Fernandez Imperio Manuela Perez Luis Flores
Conchita Vidal Rafael Moreno Maria Luisa Martin Jose Vazquez
Antonio Piedra Jesus Ramos
Guest Artist:
ROSARIO
Soprano: Clara Maria Alcala Ballet Master: Hector Zaraspe
Guitarists: MANUEL MORENO Juan Moreno Carlos Sanchez Paco Sevilla
Singers: Chano Lobato Sernita de Jerez
Orchestra under the direction of: ARTHUR LIEF
Direction, Choreography, and Lighting
by
ANTONIO Assistant Director: Juan Ayala
ARS LONGA VITA BREVIS
PROGRAM
Suite of Basque Dances......Music arranged by A. Curras
These dances from the Basque country in Northern Spain are traditional in origin and are slill performed on Sundays and feast days.
Introduction
Paseo del cortejo (Dance of the Suitors) . Alicia Diaz and Corps de Ballet Gavata suletina (Gavotte) .... Alicia Diaz and Corps de Ballet Gadaleuta danza (Dance of the Glass) . Alicia Diaz, Marta Calavia,
Angela del Moral, Mariana, and Rosa Garcia
Aurresku (Arabesque)........Corps de Ballet
Espatadanza (Traditional).......Luis Fuentes
Arin-Arin (Traditional).....Alicia Diaz, Luis Fuentes,
and Entire Company
Alegrias..............Traditional
ROSARIO Singer: Sernita de Jerez Guitarist: Carlos Sanchez
Farruca "The Miller's Dance"
from The Three-Cornercd Hat......Manuel de Falla
ANTONIO
Decor by Manuel Muntanola, executed by Bea-Mora. Costume by Manuel Muntanola, executed by Encarnacion & Barredo, Madrid.
El Amor brujo ("Love, the Sorcerer") Excerpts . . . Manuel de Falla
Danza del terror ("Dance of the Unknown") . . Rosita Segovia and
Paco Romero
Circulo magico ("The Magic Circle") . . Rosita Segovia, Pastora Ruiz,
and Corps de Ballet
Danza del fuego ("Ritual Fire Dance") .... Rosita Segovia
and Corps de Ballet
Decor by Roberto Carpio, executed by Lopcz-Sevilla. Costumes by Jose Caballero and Antonio, executed by Encarnacion, Madrid.
Zorongo gitano.......Lyrics: Federico Garcia-Lorca
to traditional music ROSARIO and ANTONIO Guitarists: Manuel Moreno, Juan Moreno, Carlos Sanchez, and Paco Sevilla
El Martinete..........Traditional (A. Ruiz)
This work belongs to the "Cante Grande"--the "great" or "deep" singing of the true flamenco. Traditionally it is the song of the blacksmith whose accom?paniment is the striking of the hammer upon the anvil. Antonio was the first artist to choreograph this much loved song.
ANTONIO
Singers: Chano Lobato and Sernita de Jerez Blacksmith: Paco Sevilla
Decor by Jose Caballero, executed in Antonio's studio by Juan Ayala.
Costumes by Antonio, executed by Menkes, Madrid.
Viva Navarra...........Joaquin Larregia
This dance, which features the famed "jota," is rooted in scenes from the daily life of the residents of Navarre, a Spanish kingdom which gave France its greatest monarch, Henry IV.
Alicia Diaz, Paco Romero, and soloists Costumes by Roncal, Kingdom of Navarre.
INTERMISSION
La Taberna del toro ("Bull's Tavern") .... Traditional (A. Ruiz)
This flamenco scene is set against the background of a cafe, where bullfighters, their ladies, and the men and women of the village gather to pass the time with favorite songs and dances.
Cancion..........Rosita Segovia
Farruca...........Paco Romero
Cuatros muleros .... Mariana, Pepe Soler, Carlos Fernandez,
Andres Moreno, and Rafael Moreno Tanguillo de la vendedora . . . Pastora Ruiz and Corps de Ballet
Cana............ANTONIO
Taranto.....Alicia Dm, Pepe Soler, Carlos Fernandez,
and Andres Moreno
Tanguillo de Cadiz..........Rosario
Caracoles .... Alicia Diaz, Paco Romero, and Corps de Ballet Fiesta Flamenca......ANTONIO and Entire Company
Guitarists: Manuel Moreno, Juan Moreno, Carlos Sanchez, and Paco Sevilla Singers: Chano Lobato and Sernita de Jerez
Settings by Jose Caballero, executed by Lopez-Sevilla.
Costumes by Roman Calatayud, Vincente Viudes, and Antonio,
executed by Encarnacion, Madrid.
STAFF FOR S. HUROK
Company Manager.........Oscar Berlin
General Press Representative.......Martin Feinstein
Associate Press Representative......Michael Sweeley
Advance Representatives . . . Lillian Libman and Edward Parkinson
Stage Manager.......Guillermo Keyes-Arenas
Chief Carpenter..........Ralph Baily
Chief Electrician........Charles P. Renaud
Assistant Electrician........M. Melanchuk
Chief Propertyman.........Fred Donovan
Wardrobe Supervisor.........Otto Grebe
STAFF FOR ANTONIO
Manager..........Tomas Fernandez
Secretary...........Mona Ratib
Stage Director..........Juan Ayala
Technician.........Jose Manuel Torres
Wardrobe Assistants . ? Elvira Caco, Inma Mezquita, Balbi Mansilla
1964 UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY PRESENTATIONS 1965
All presentations are at 8:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
In Hill Auditorium OCTOBER
14 Warsaw Philharmonic; and Wladyslaw Kedra, Pianist Stanislaw Wislocki, Conductor
Program: "Roman Carnival" Overture.......Berlioz
Piano Concerto No. 2, F minor, Op. 21 . . . . Chopin Symphony No. 3 ("Eroica")......Beethoven
NOVEMBER
4 Leonid Kogan, Violinist
9 Irina Arkhipova, Mezzo-soprano (American debut)
14 Raduga Dancers, from six Soviet Republics
20 Die Fledermaus (Strauss) New York City Opera Company
22 Merry Widow (Lehar) New York City Opera Company (2:30 p.m.)
22 Faust (Gounod) New York City Opera Company
JANUARY
30 Berlin Philharmonic, Herbert von Karajan, Conductor
FEBRUARY
8 Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra,
Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Conductor
23 Polish Mime Theatre
MARCH
1 Rosalyn Tureck, Pianist 12 Robert Merrill, Baritone
APRIL
3 National Ballet of Canada
Tickets: $4.50--$4.00--$3.50--$3.00--$2.2S--$1.50
Messiah (Handel).........Saturday, December 5
and (2:30 p.m.) Sunday, December 6 Tickets: $2.00--$1.50--$1.00--$.75 (Now on sale)
In Rackham Auditorium CHAMBER DANCE FESTIVAL
Paul Taylor Dance Company......Friday, October 23
Jean-Leon Destine and his Haitian Dance Company Saturday, October 24 First Chamber Dance Quartet . . (2:30 p.m.) Sunday, October 25
Series tickets: $6.00--$5.00--$4.00 Single performances: $3.50--$2.50--$2.00
CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL
Budapest String Quartet . . February 17, 18, 19, 20, (2:30 p.m.) 21 Beethoven cycle (5 concerts)
Series tickets: $12.00--$9.00--$7.00
Single concerts: $3.50--$2.50--$2.00
(On sale November 5)
For tickets and information, address UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY, Burton Tower

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