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UMS Concert Program, January 29, 1981: Music From Marlboro --

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Day
29
Month
January
Year
1981
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Season: 102nd
Concert: Thirty-eighth
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Music from Marlboro
John Bruce Yeh, Clarinetist Carmit Zori, Violinist
Peter Orth, Pianist Philipp Naegele, Violist
Marcy Rosen, Cellist
Thursday Evening, January 29, 1981, at 8:30 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Trio in B-flat major, Op. 11 (1798),
for Clarinet, Piano, and Cello........Beethoven
Allegro con brio Adagio
Tema: pria ch'io l'impegno, allegretto
John Bruce Yeh, Peter Orth, Marcy Rosen
Trio for Violin, Viola, and Cello (1936)......Martinu
Allegro
Poco moderato
Carmit Zori, Philipp Naegele, Marcy Rosen
INTERMISSION
Quartet in A major, Op. 26 (1861),
for Piano and Strings..........Brahms
Allegro non troppo Poco adagio
Scherzo: poco allegro Finale: allegro
Peter Orth, Carmit Zori, Philipp Naegele, Marcy Rosen
Marlboro Recording Society and Columbia Records.
102nd Season -Thirty-eighth Concert
Eighteenth Annual Chamber Arts Series
Music from Marlboro
To music lovers throughout the world, the Marlboro Music Festival, under the musical direction of Rudolf Serkin, represents a unique summer gathering place for some of the most distinguished and gifted musicians of our time. During the past thirty years it has come to be recognized as one of the world's fully professional centers for advanced musical studies. Founded in 1950 by three families bearing the famous musical names of Serkin, Busch, and Moyse, this Festival, in its rural Vermont setting, attracts both young professional musicians and mature artists. For two months each summer, they study in depth and play the vast repertoire combining piano, strings, woodwinds, brass, and voice, in a place and atmosphere free from pressures of professional concert life--a place where, British critic Peter Hayworth said, "great musicians recharge their batteries." More than 100 works, requested by the musicians, are rehearsed each week. In the evenings informal concerts are sometimes given for fellow participants, and weekend concerts allow the public to share in the results of these musical collaborations.
Over the years Marlboro's successes have become well-known around the world. Many established artists have contributed to Marlboro, among them Pablo Casals who, for thirteen summers from 1960 until his death in 1973, participated as guest artist to conduct the Festival Orchestra and give cello master classes. In 1965 Marlboro musicians were selected for a State Department-sponsored tour of Europe and the Near East. Four outstanding young American ensembles--the Guarneri, Cleveland, and Vermeer String Quartets, and the Orpheus Trio--can trace their origins to summers at Marlboro. Also, many members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center have been closely affiliated with the Festival.
In order to extend Marlboro activities into the regular concert season, "Music from Marlboro" was created in 1965. Each summer at the Festival approximately twenty-five musicians are selected to form four touring groups, taking time from their regular concert activities to participate in the Marlboro tours which visit over 50 cities in the United States each year. Many of today's leading solo and chamber music artists have been part of the touring program--among them are pianists Richard Goode, Ruth Laredo, Murray Perahia, and Peter Serkin; violinists James Buswell, Isidore Cohen, Miriam Fried, and Jaime Laredo; cellist Leslie Parnas, and flutist Paula Robison.
Tonight's concert is the fifth performed in Ann Arbor by a "Music from Marlboro" ensemble.
Important Concert Changes -Mark Your Calendar!
On Tuesday, February 17, Horacio Gutierrez, pianist, performs in Rackham Auditorium at 8:30, a recital postponed by illness from its original January 14 date in the Debut and Encore Series. Mr. Gutierrez will play Beethoven's Sonata in D major, Op. 10, No. 3, Chopin's Sonata in B-flat minor, Op. 35, Ravel's Gaspard de la nuit, and Liszt's Sonetto del Petrarca, No. 104, and Mephisto Waltz.
Those holding tickets for Mr. Gutierrez' recital should use them on February 17. Ad?ditional tickets ($5, $6.50, $8) are available by mail or in our Burton Tower office.
On Tuesday, March 10, Paul Plishka, basso, will give a recital in the Choral Union Series in Hill Auditorium at 8:30, replacing Martti Talvela scheduled for last November. Mr. Plishka is a leading singer of the Metropolitan Opera Company and also appears regularly with other major North American opera companies. In Europe he has sung at Covent Garden, La Scala, and the Paris Opera. On the concert stage he has performed with the symphony orchestras of Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Cincinnati, and San Francisco, among others.
Concertgoers who still hold tickets for the canceled Talvela concert should use them for admission to Mr. Plishka's recital on March 10. Additional tickets ($5 to $12.50) are also available.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Gail W. Rector, President Richard S. Berger John W. Reed
Harlan Hatcher, Vice-President Allen P. Britton Harold T. Shapiro
Douglas D. Crary, Secretary Paul W. McCracken Lois U. Stegeman
Wilbur K. Pierpont, Treasurer Sarah Goddard Power E. Thurston Thieme
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
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