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UMS Concert Program, November 15, 1980: International Presentations Of Music & Dance --

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Season: 102nd
Concert: Twenty-first
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Kenneth Gilbert
Saturday Evening, November 15, 1980, at 8:30 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Prelude non mesure
Sarabande grave I.......
Chaconne J
17th "Ordre" in E minor......
La Superbe--Allemande Courante
Les petites Cremieres de Bagnolet--Gigue Les Timbres
Les petits Moulins a vent
Suite from Les Indes galantes.....
(transcribed for harpsichord by the composer) Ouverture Musette en rondeau Menuets I and II
Air for the Turks
Air for Zephyr and the Rose
Air for Boreas and the Rose
Dance of the African slaves
Les Sauvages, or Dance of the Great Peace--Calumet
Jean-Henri d'Anglebert (c. 1628-1691)
Francois Couperin (1668-1733)
Jean-Philippe Rameau (1683-1764)
Fourth English Suite........Johann Sebastian Bach
Prelude Sarabande (1685-1750)
Allemande Menuets I and II
Courante Gigue
Three Sonatas
Domenico Scarlatti (1685-1757)
Hannonia Mundi, Orion, Everest, Archive, Nippon, and Musical Heritage Society Records.
102nd Season -Twenty-first Concert
Eighteenth Annual Chamber Arts Series
About the Artist
Kenneth Gilbert received his musical education in Montreal and Paris, made his debut in London in 1968, and for the past decade has been heard in major musical centers of the world. He has performed with the orchestras of Chicago, Toronto, Montreal, the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, I Solisti Veneti. and the Philomusica Orchestra of London, which he conducted from the keyboard. In chamber music concerts he has performed with Alfred Deller, Jean-Pierre Rampal, Julius Baker, Michel Debost, and others. Mr. Gilbert has over forty recordings dis?tributed throughout the world, with special mention given to the Six French Suites of Bach, Eight "Great" Suites of Handel, and the complete works of Couperin and Rameau.
The artist is internationally renowned as a teacher of his instrument. He holds master classes each year at the Summer Academy for Organists in Haarlem (since 1972 succeeding Gustav Leonhardt at his invitation), and also in the cities of Antwerp, Venice, and Lurs, France. His numerous editions of harpsichord music have received universal acclaim and are used widely in music schools the world over.
The Canadian Music Council, at its meeting in August 1978, elected Kenneth Gilbert to receive its distinguished "Artist of the Year" award as "a Canadian performer who has particu?larly distinguished himself during the preceding year ... an artist of international repute in demand throughout the world, a guest professor at the most important institutions, a researcher responsible for the prestigious editions of Couperin, Rameau, Scarlatti, and Bach, as well as the extraordinary recording artist of the complete works of Rameau for which he is also awarded one of the Canadian Music Council's Grand Prix du Disque."
In addition to this evening's recital, his first in Ann Arbor under Musical Society auspices, Mr. Gilbert is holding master classes at the University School of Music.
Coming Events
Martti Talvela, Basso.........Sun. Nov. 16
The Feld Ballet........Mon.-Wed. Nov. 17-19
Kalichstein-Laredo-Robinson Trio......Thurs. Nov. 20
Caribbean Carnival of Trinidad.......Fri. Nov. 21
Los Angeles Philharmonic Carlo Maria Giulini . . Sun. Nov. 23
New Swingle Singers..........Fri. Dec. 12
Rudolf Serkin, Pianist.........Mon. Dec. 15
Handel's "Messiah"
Friday & Saturday, December 5 & 6, at 8:30 Sunday Afternoon, December 7, at 2:30
in Hill Auditorium
The University Choral Union and University Orchestra Donald Bryant, Conductor
Elizabeth Parcells, Soprano Leonard Johnson, Tenor
Victoria Crop, Contralto Edward Pierson, Bass
Main floor: $7 and $6; First balcony: $4; Second balcony: $3 and $2.
Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker" Ballet
The Pittsburgh Ballet performs this traditional Christmas favorite:
Thursday & Friday, December 18 & 19, at 8:00
Saturday, December 20, at 3:00 and 8:00
Power Center for the Performing Arts
Tickets from $5 to $9.
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Phone: 665-3717, 764-2538

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