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UMS Concert Program, March 15, 1970: The Royal Winnipeg Billet -- Arnold Spohr

UMS Concert Program, March 15, 1970: The Royal Winnipeg Billet -- Arnold Spohr image UMS Concert Program, March 15, 1970: The Royal Winnipeg Billet -- Arnold Spohr image UMS Concert Program, March 15, 1970: The Royal Winnipeg Billet -- Arnold Spohr image UMS Concert Program, March 15, 1970: The Royal Winnipeg Billet -- Arnold Spohr image
Day
15
Month
March
Year
1970
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Concert: Fifth
Complete Series: 3684
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
THE ROYAL WMIPEG BILLET
ARNOLD SPOHR Director
BRIAN MACDONALD Choreographer
CARLOS RAUSCH Musical Director
GWYNNE ASHTON Assistant to the Director
EUGENE SLAVIN Ballet Master
CHRISTINE HENNESSY SHEILA MACKINNON ALEXANDRA NADAL
DAVID MORONI RICHARD RUTHERFORD
Anna Maria de Gorriz Siiirley New Jennifer Shoix
Winthrop Corey Dick Foose
Teresa Bacall Michael Brown Patrick Crommett Frank Garoutte Peter Garrick
Veronica Graver Laura Gray Mary Hanf Lee Hudson Petal Miller Louise Naughton Deborah Palesch Anthony Pannell Terry Thomas Edward Traskowski
J. SERGEI SAWCHYN General Manager to the Company
Richard Rutherford Regisseur
Peter Hawkins Production Manager
Robert Holloway Publicity Director
Gloria P. Samoluk Business Manager
Doreen Macdonald Director of Wardrobe
John Stammers Technical Director
Thomas Schweitzer Stage Manager
LrNDA Lee Thomas Pianist
Sunday Afternoon, March 15, 1970, at 2:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Fifth Program Second Annual Dance Series Complete Programs 36S4
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet gratefully acknowledges the support of The Canada Council,
The Province of Manitoba, The Metropolitan Corporation of Greater Winnipeg, The Winnipeg Foundation, The Kresge Foundation, private and corporate philanthropy.
PROGRAM
LES PATINEURS
Choreography.......Sir Frederick Ashton
Music.........Giacomo Meyerbeer
Arranged by........Constant Lambert
Staged by...........Miro Zolan
Costumes and Scenery by.....William Chappell
Entree............Ana Maria de Gorriz, Teresa Bacall
Pas des Patineurs . . . Antony Pannell, Mary Hanf, Michael Brown, Petal Miller,
Patrick Crommett, Veronica Graver, Peter Garrick, Laura Gray, Lee Hudson, Deborah Palesch, Edward Traskowski, Louise Naughton
Variation...............Richard Rutherford
Pas de deux............Alexandra Nadal, Dick Foose
Ensemble . Ana Maria de Gorriz, Teresa Bacall, Richard Rutherford and Pas des Patineurs
Pas de trois.....Ana Maria de Gorriz, Teresa Bacall, Richard Rutherford
Pas de deux............Jennifer Sholl, Shirley New
Ensemble.........Jennifer Sholl, Shirley New, Antony PanneU,
Edward Traskowski, Peter Garrick, Patrick Crommett Finale...................Ensemble
Decor and settings painted by Michael Catudal, Montreal, Quebec.
Lighting by John Stammers.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet commissioned the original designer, Mr. William Chappell, to reproduce the same
"Christmascard" decor and costumes used in the original 1937 Sadler's Wells Ballet production of
Les Patineurs.
INTERMISSION
"DON QUIXOTE" PAS DE DEUX
Choreography.........Marius Petipa
Music.............Minkus
Costumes......The Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Christine Hennessy and David Moroni
5 OVER 13
Choreography........Brian Macdonald
Music..........Harry Freedman
Decor..........Walter Redinger
Costumes..........Suzanne Mess
Lighting..........John Stammers
Sheila Mackinnon Richard Rutherford
Terry Thomas Anthony Pannell Dick Foose
Teresa Bacall, Michael Brown, Patrick Crommett, Ana Maria de Gorriz, Peter Garrick,
Frank Garroutte, Veronica Graver, Laura Gray, Mary Hanf, Lee Hudson, Petal Miller,
Louise Naughton, Shirley New, Jennifer Sholl, Edward Traskowski
Mr. Redinger's sculptures fabricated by Controlled Environmental Products Limited, Toronto, Canada. Costumes built in the shops of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Doreen MacDonald, Wardrobe Director.
INTERMISSION
VARIATIONS
on "Strike Up The Band"
Choreography.......... Paddy Stone
Musical Arrangements (alter George Gershwin) . David Lindup
Decor........... Lewis Logan
Costumes........... Sue le Cash
PIANO
Terry Thomas Peter Garrick
Louise Naughton Veronica Graver
Patrick Crommett Edward Traskowski
Ana Maria de Gorriz Shirley New
Lee Hudson Dick Foose
Teresa Bacall Winthrop Corey
DOUBLE BASS
Ana Maria de Gorriz Winthrop Corey
Shirley New, Louise Naughton, Terry Thomas, Lee Hudson
VIOLIN and WOODWINDS
Teresa Bacall Lee Hudson Terry Thomas Patrick Crommett Peter Garrick
DRUMS
Terry Thomas
Louise Naughton Shirley New Veronica Graver
FINALE The Company--Full Orchestra
Decor constructed by.....Dominion Bronze, Ltd., Winnipeg
Lighting by............John Stammers
Costumes executed by.........Anna Gucnthcr
and produced in the shops of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet Wardrobe Director.........Doreen Macdonald
Special Concert in Hill Auditorium
SVIATOSLAV RICHTER, Soviet Pianist 8:30, Tuesday, March 31
Tickets: $7 .00--$6.50--$6.00--$5.00--$3.50--2.50
ANN ARBOR
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA IN ALL CONCERTS THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 8:30
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor. Two Chorale Preludes (BachOrmandy); Mahler Sym?phony No. 2 in C minor ("Resurrection") with EVELYN MANDAC, Soprano; BIRGIT FINNILA, Contralto; and THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION.
FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 8:30
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor. EVELYN MANDAC, Soprano and THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION in Stabat Mater (Poulenc) and "Prologue" (Alan Stout) EVELYN MANDAC, Soprano, JAN HUMPHREY, Tenor, and Chorus and Orchestra. ALICIA DE LARROCHA, Pianist, in Mozart Concerto, No. 19, in F major, K. 459.
SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 8:30
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor. Tone Poem, "Don Juan" (Strauss), VAN CLIBURX, Pianist, in Concerto No. 1 in Bflat minor, Op. 23 (Tchaikovsky); "To the Victims of Hiroshima"--Threnody (Penderecki) ; and Suite No. 2 from "Daphnis and Chloe" (Ravel).
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 2:30
THOR JOHNSON, Conductor. Bach "Magnificat" with BENITA VALENTE, Soprano; MARY BURGESS, Contralto; JON HUMPHREY, Tenor; LESLIE GUINN, Baritone; and THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNIONSMALL CHORUS. Debussy's "La Damoiselle elue" with BENITA VALENTE, Soprano, and BIRGIT FINNILA, Contralto; and WOMEN'S CHORUS OF THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION. ITZHAK PERLMAN, Violinist, in Concerto No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63 (Prokofieff).
SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 8:30
EUGENE ORMANDY, Conductor. Beethoven Program: Symphony No. 1 in C major, Op. 21; Fantasia in C minor for Piano, Chorus, Soloists, and Orchestra, with RUDOLF SERKIN; BENITA VALENTE; MARY BURGESS; JON HUMPHREY; LESLIE GUINN; and THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNIONSMALL CHORUS. Concerto No. 5 in Eflat major ("Emperor") with RUDOLF SERKIN, Pianist.
Series Tickets: $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 Single Concerts: $7.00, $6.50, $6.00, S5.00, $3.50, $2.50
CHORAL UNION SERIES, CHAMBER ARTS SERIES, and DANCE SERIES for next season (197071) will be announced in March, at which time orders for series tickets will be accepted.
Thanks are expressed to the many thoughtful subscribers who have returned tickets for resale whenever they could not attend a concert. This affords good locations for others during the season, and provides much needed additional revenues for the Musical Society. We encourage this practice in the future, and will continue to send receipts promptly to the donor for full value of the tickets for tax credit. Contributions to the Gift Program are also tax deductible.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
BURTON' MEMORIAL TOWER, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48104

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