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UMS Concert Program, January 12, 1975: Marcel Marceau And His Partner Pierre Verry --

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Concert: Fourteenth
Complete Series: 3922
Power Center For The Performing Arts Ann Arbor, Michigan

The University Musical Society
The University of Michigan
Marcel Marceau
and his partner PIERRE VERRY
Sunday Afternoon, January 12, 1975, at 3:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Mr. Marceau will select his program from the following repertoire:
Style Pantomimes
Walking Against the Wind
The Staircase
The Tight Rope Walker
The Public Garden
The Bill Poster
The Kite
The Sculptor
The Painter
The Cage
The Bureaucrats
The Hands
The Side Show
The Pickpocket
The Carnival
The Angel
The Maskmaker
The Seven Deadly Sins
Youth, Maturity, Old Age and Death
The Tango Dancer
The Small Cafe
The Dice Players
The Dream
The Creation of the World
The Four Seasons
The Trial
A Sunday Walk
Abel and Cain
The Deadly Smile
The Dress or the Souvenir
The Post Office
Fourteenth Concert Fourth Annual Choice Series, Power Center Complete Programs 3922
Bip Pantomimes
Bip in the Subway
Bip Travels by Train
Bip Travels by Sea
Bip as a Skater
Bip Hunts Butterflies
Bip Plays David and Goliath
Bip at the Ballroom
Bip Commits Suicide
Bip as a Soldier
Bip at a Society Party
Bip as a Street Musician
Bip as a China Salesman
Bip as a Fireman
Bip as a Baby Sitter
Bip as a Professor of Botany
Bip as a Matador
Bip and the Dynamite
Bip as a Tragedian
Bip as a Lion Tamer
Bip, the Illusionist
Bip Looks for a Job
Bip in the Modern and Future Life
Bip, King of Sports
Bip at the Athletic Club
Bip Pays Tribute to the Silent Film Actors
Mstislav Rostropovich, Cellist.......Sunday, January 19
Syntagma Musicum from Amsterdam.....Thursday, January 23
Tokyo String Quartet.........Sunday, February 2
Haydn: Quartet, Op. SO, No. 1; Bartok: Quartet No. 6; Debussy: Quartet in G minor American Symphony Orchestra.......Sunday, February 9
Morton Gould, conductor
Bernstein: "Candide" Overture; Strauss: "Macbeth"; Ives: Second Orchestral Set; Gould:
Declaration Suite; MussorgskyRavel: Pictures at an Exhibition
Prague Chamber Orchestra
(replacing Moscow Chamber Orchestra) .... Tuesday, February 11 Mozart: Symphony in D major, K. 504 ("Prague"); Prokofieff: "Classical Symphony" in D major; Dvorak: Czech Suite in D major, Op. 39
Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater.....Thursday, February 13
Donizetti: "The Interrupted Wedding Night"; Debussy: "The Prodigal Son" JeanPierre Rampal, Flutist, and
Robert VeyronLa Croix, Keyboard.....Tuesday, February 18
Harkness Ballet..........Thursday, February 20
Chhau, Masked Dance of Bengal.....Saturday, February 22
Moscow Balalaika Orchestra and Ludmila Zykina Monday, February 24
Paul Taylor Dance Company.......Wednesday, March 12
Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra.....Saturday, March IS
Alain Lombard, conductor; JeanBernard Pommier, pianist
Qawwali Music from Pakistan.......Sunday, March 16
Vladimir Ashkenazy, Pianist.......Wednesday, March 19
Ars Antiqua de Paris.........Saturday, March 29
Boston Symphony Orchestra........Saturday, April 5
Seija Ozawa, conductor; and the Festival Chorus
Featuring Ravel's "Daphnis and Chloe"
Preservation Hall Jazz.........Wednesday, April 9
Spanish RTV Symphony Orchestra.......Friday, April 11
Enrique Garcia Ascensio, conductor; Narciso Yepes, guitarist
May Festival......Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday,
April 30, May 1, 2 & 3
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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