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UMS Concert Program, October 5, 1973: Ballet Repertory Company Of The American Ballet Theatre -- Richard Englund

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Day
5
Month
October
Year
1973
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Concert: Second
Complete Series: 3833
Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
Ballet Repertory Company
of the AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
RICHARD ENGLUND, Director
Lynne Charles Laura Crain Miguel Garcia
Enrico Labayan Linda Marx Michael Owen
Leigh Provancha Fanchon Cordell Ellen English
Aurea Hammerli Jan Lathrop Pamela Mitchell Gernot Petzold Stephen Rockford Raymond Serrano
Friday Evening, October 5, 1973, at 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Second Program Third Annual Choice Series, Power Center Complete Programs 3833
Program NAPOLI--Divertissement
Music.........Helsted, Lumbye, Paulli
Choreography........Auguste Bournonville
(Staged by Toni Lander)
Decor and Costumes..........Eric Richter
Excerpts from the last act of one of the oldest and most popular of Romantic ballets. The festivities are in celebration of the betrothal of Teresina and Gennaro, a young Neapolitan couple.
Teresina..............Lynne Charles
Gennaro...............Miguel Garcia
Fanchon Cordell Ellen English Jan Lathrop
Pamela Mitchell Enrico Labayan Gernot Petzold Stephen Rockford Raymond Serrano
INTERMISSION
ICARUS
Music...........ShinIchi Matsushita
Choreography...........Lucas Hoving
Costumes............Eric Richter
According to the myth, Daedalus, imprisoned with his son, Icarus, devised wings to enable them to escape. Icarus, overcome by the ecstasy of flying, became fascinated by the Sun, whereupon his wings burned and he fell to his death.
Icarus..............Stephen Rockford
Daedalus..............Gernot Petzold
The Sun...............Laura Crain
(pause)
LE CORSAIRE--Pas de Deux
Music............Riccardo Drigo
Choreography...........Marius Petipa
(Staged by Roves Fernandez) Costumes...........Berkley Gwynn
Leigh Provancha and Michael Owen
INTERMISSION
ANNUAL
Music..............Collage
Choreography and Costumes........Rudy Perez
"The dance world of Rudy Perez is odd, unexpected, fastidiously neat, and prisms the ordinary into a rainbow."
Don McDonaugh, N.Y. Times
Laura Crain Jan Lathrop Linda Marx
Pamela Mitchell Enrico Labayan Michael Owen
Gernot Petzold Stephen Rockford
(Staging of ANNUAL made possible by a grant from the New York State Council on the Arts)
In collaboration with the University's Dance Program of the Department of Physical Education, this concert is part of a threeday dance residency project, re?ceiving support from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Michigan Council for the Arts. It is the second of four dance residencies this season under the sponsor?ship of the University Musical Society, continuing with the Ballet West, October 19 and 20, and the Nikolais Dance Theatre, April 18 and 19.
INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS --19737 4
Choral Union Series Hill Auditorium
Julian Bream, Guitar and Lute.......Sunday, October 21
London Bach Society..........Friday, October 26
Leningrad Philharmonic........Saturday, November 3
Budapest Symphony Orchestra......Saturday, November 10
Martina Arroyo, Soprano........Monday, November 19
Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra......Sunday, January 27
Luciano Pavarotti, Tenor.......Wednesday, February 27
An Evening of Viennese Operetta.......Friday, March 1
Yehudi Menuhin, Violinist, and
Hephzibah Menuhin, Pianist......Wednesday, March 13
Two Added Attractions Kill Auditorium
Leningrad Philharmonic........Sunday, November 4
AllBrubeck Concert.........Thursday, January 17
Choice Series Power Center
Ballet Repertory Company of the American
Ballet Theatre..........Friday, October 5
Bayanihan Philippine Dance Company.....Sunday, October 14
Ballet West, U.S.A......Friday and Saturday, October 19 & 20
Claude Kipnis Mime Theatre.......Saturday, October 2 7
Modern Jazz Quartet........Thursday, November IS
Krasnayarsk Dance Company, Siberia .... Saturday, December 1 Mozart's Impresario and Menotti's Old Maid and the Thief,
Goldovsky Opera Company . . Saturday and Sunday, February 23 & 24
Vienna Choir Boys..........Monday, March 11
Norwegian National Ballet . . . Saturday and Sunday, March 16 & 17
Roumanian Folk Ballet.........Friday, March 29
Nikolais Dance Theatre .... Thursday and Friday, April 18 & 19
Chamber Arts Series Rackham Auditorium
Gyorgy Sandor, Pianist.........Friday, October 12
Slovak Chamber Orchestra........Tuesday, October 23
Baroque Ensemble, USSR........Sunday, October 28
Tel Aviv String Quartet.......Wednesday, November 14
LaSalle String Quartet.........Sunday, January 20
Roumanian Trio (Piano, Violin, Cello).....Friday, February 22
Netherlands Wind Ensemble......Thursday, February 28
Early Music Consort of London......Saturday, April 13
Asian Series Rackham Auditorium
Music from Iran.........Wednesday, October 31
The Little Angels, Korea.......Sunday, November 11
Awaji Puppet Theater of Japan .... . Tuesday, February 19 Kathak, North Indian Dance.......Wednesday, April 3
Guitar Series Rackham Auditorium
Abreu Brothers, Argentina......Wednesday, November 7
Narciso Yepes, Spain........Wednesday, November 28
Carlos BarbosaLima, Brazil,.......Saturday, February 2
Romero Quartet (family of guitarists).....Wednesday, March 20
Single tickets now on sale; limited series still available. Inquire at our Burton Tower office--Phone 6653717
The University Musical Society relies on public support in order to maintain the scope and artistic quality of these programs. Taxdeductible contributions to our Gift Program are welcome.

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