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UMS Concert Program, January 17, 1974: Two Generations Of Brubeck -- The Detroit Symphony Orchestra

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Day
17
Month
January
Year
1974
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Concert: Special
Complete Series: 3859
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
of
The University of Michigan
Presents
Two Generations of Brubeck
featuring
Dave Brubeck
and sons DARIUS, CHRIS, DAN
NEW HEAVENLY BLUE
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
THE FESTIVAL CHORUS OF THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION Donald Bryant, Director
CHARLENE PETERSON, Soprano ERICH KUNZEL and DON TH. JAEGER, Conductors
Thursday Evening, January 17, 1974, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Compositions by Dave Brubeck
Part I: Erich Kunzel, conducting Fugal Fanfare
Brandenburg Gate: Revisited
Variation for Jazz Combo, Strings, and Horn Excerpts from "The Light in the Wilderness" Forty Days Sermon on the Mount The Kingdom
Out of the Way of the People, from "The Gates of Justice" Selections by Dave Brubeck and Sons
INTERMISSION
Part II: Don Th. Jaeger, conducting
Truth, Cantata for Mixed Chorus, Orchestra, Rock Group, and Soprano Soloist
The Festival Chorus, Detroit Symphony Orchestra,
New Heavenly Blue, Charlene Peterson
This progam will be repeated in Detroit's Ford Auditorium Friday and Saturday nights, January 18 and 19.
Special Concert Complete Programs 3859
We wish to thank all those participating in the Benefit Champagne Supper following tonight's concert, including the Special Committee chaired by Pat Asleson, assisted by Roscoe Bonisteel, Jr., Margaret Cameron, Jack Holt, David Parkes, Hazen Schumacher, Jr., Steve Stanton, and Judi Wood.
Another chance to support the musical arts . . .
A Benefit Concert given by
THE INTERLOCHEN ARTS ACADEMY ORCHESTRA Thor Johnson, Music Director
Sunday afternoon, March 24, at 3:00 in Hill Auditorium
Tickets: Main floor, $3; 1st balcony, 2; 2nd balcony, $1. Proceeds to be shared by the Musical Society and the Arts Academy.
This is the first appearance in Ann Arbor of the full 100piece symphony orchestra. Members of the Interlochen Orchestra have for eight years participated in the traditional Messiah concerts with the University Choral Union.
Remaining '7374 Season
Choral Union Series Warsaw Philharmonic Luciano Pavarotti, Tenor Viennese Operetta Night Yehudi & Hephzibah Menuhin
Chamber Arts Series LaSalle String Quartet Roumanian Trio Netherlands Wind Ensemble Early Music Consort, London
Choice Series Goldovsky Opera Theater Vienna Choir Boys Norwegian National Ballet Roumanian Folk Ballet Nikolais Dance Theatre
Guitar Series
Carlos BarbosaLima
Romero Quartet
Asian Series
Awaji Puppet Theater, Japan
Kalhak, North Indian Dance
81st Ann Arbor May Festival
Four concerts--May 1, 2, 3, and 4
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA, Eugene Ormandy, Conductor THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION, Jindrich Rohan, Guest Conductor
Soloists:
Yehudi Menuhin, Violinist; Beverly Sills, Soprano; Byron Janis, Pianist;
Janice Harsanyi, Soprano; Joanna Simon, Mezzosoprano;
Kenneth Riegel, Tenor; Michael Devlin, Bass.
For complete program and ticket information call or write our Burton Tower office.
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 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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