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UMS Concert Program, July 28, 1981: International Presentations Of Music & Dance --

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Season: 103rd
Concert: Fourth
Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

Ivan Moravec
Tuesday Evening, July 28, 1981, at 8:30 Rackham Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Thirty-two Variations in C minor
"Children's Corner" Suite
Dr. Gradus ad Parnassum Jumbo's Lullaby Serenade of the Doll
Beethoven Debussy
The Snow Is Dancing
The Little Shepherd
The Golliwog's Cakewalk
Estampes . . . .
La Soiree dans Granade
Jardins sous la pluie
F minor, Op. 63, No. 2 A minor, Op. 68, No. 2 B-flat major, Op. 7, No. 1 C-sharp minor, Op. 30, No. 4 B minor, Op. 33, No. 4
Ballade in F minor, Op. 52 Ballade in G minor, Op. 23
Connoisseur Society Advent Corp., Supraphon, and Vanguard Records.
Fourth concert of the 103rd Season Summer Fare Series
Chopin Chopin
About the Artist
Born in Prague in 1930, Ivan Moravec made his debut with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra at the age of nineteen and, as his stature as an artist grew through the years, he became known as the master pianist from this city so renowned for its musical excellence. After studying at the Prague Conservatory where, in 1948, he received the First Prize in piano, he studied with Ilona Kurz at the Prague Academy of Musical Arts, and in Italy. He has performed in recital and with orchestras in most of the major music centers of the world--New York, Chicago, Cleveland, London, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin, Moscow, Leningrad, Sofia, Bucharest, Istanbul, Ankara, Rome, Firenze, and Milano, as soloist with the Czech Philharmonic, Cleveland Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic, New Philharmonia, and Vienna Symphony, among others, and participated in the festivals of Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and Montreux. Mr. Moravec's North American debut was in 1964 when George Szell invited him to perform with the Cleveland Orchestra in Carnegie Hall. Since then, he has returned to the United States regularly, always to the highest acclaim of public and press alike.
Mr. Moravec has also established a top reputation as a recording artist. In 1962, Connoisseur Society of New York invited him to make his first American recordings. Many of these and subsequent ones have won awards and were selected as best recordings of the year by Stereo Review, Saturday Review, and High Fidelity magazines.
In addition to this busy concert and recording schedule, the pianist holds the appointment of Professor at the Prague Academy of Musical Arts, and has given a number of master classes in Europe and the United States.
Mr. Moravec's performance this evening marks his Ann Arbor debut.
Next Week!
The Northwood Symphonette
Don Th. Jaeger, Music Director and Conductor
Keith Bryan, Flutist William Preucil, Jr., Violinist
Wednesday, August 5, at 8:30, in Hill Auditorium
Mozart: Symphony No. 36 in C major ("Linz"), K. 425 La Montaine: Flute Concerto, Op. 48 (1980)--Ann Arbor premiere
Bach: Violin Concerto in A minor Strauss: Suite from Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme
Tickets at $8, $6.50, and $5
Burton Memorial Tower, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109 Phone: 665-3717, 764-2538

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