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UMS Concert Program, October 5, 1982: International Presentations Of Music & Dance --

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Day
5
Month
October
Year
1982
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Season: 104th
Concert: Second
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Itzhak Perlman
Violinist
SAMUEL SANDERS, Pianist
Tuesday Evening, October 5, 1982, at 8:30 Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
PROGRAM
Sonata in A major, Op. 12, No. 2 ...............................Beethoven
Allegro vivace
Andante piu tosto allegretto Allegro piacevole
Partita in D minor for solo violin.....................................Bach
Allcmande
Courante
Sarabande
Gigue
Chaconne
INTERMISSION
Sonatina in G major, Op. 100......................................Dvorak
Allegro risoluto Larghetto
Scherzo: molto vivace Finale: allegro
Selections to be announced from the stage.
EMI, Angel, CBS Masterworks, LondonDecca, RCA, and Deutsche Grammophon Records.
Second Concert of the 104th Season 104th Annual Choral Union Series
About the Artists
Itzhak Perlman's artistic credentials are supreme: he has appeared with every major orchestra in the world, on most of the great concert stages alone or in close collaboration with great artists, on countless national television shows, and in recording studios here and abroad. On every occasion he displays not only his abundant musical gifts, but also those that make him a great humanitarian. In 1981, the International Year of the Disabled Person, Mr. Perlman's stage, camera, and personal appearances of all kinds spoke eloquently for the cause of the handicapped and disabled. His endeavors and devotion to this cause form an integral part of his life.
Born in Israel in 1945, Mr. Pcrlman completed his initial training at the Academy of Music in Tel Aviv. Following study at the Juilliard School in New York under Ivan Galamian and Dorothy Delay, he won the prestigious Levcntritt Competition, and his world career ensued. His repertoire is vast, encompassing all the standard violin literature, as well as many works by new composers, whose efforts he has championed. He holds numerous Grammy Awards for his recordings, many of which appear on the best seller charts. Mr. Perlman was selected as "Musician of the Year" on the cover of Musical America's Annual Directory of Music and Musicians for 1981, a fitting tribute for this extraordinary young artist.
Mr. Perlman's previous Ann Arbor appearances wer,e in the 1970 May Festival and a recital in 1972.
Samuel Sanders has been recognized for more than a decade as one of the leading collaborative pianists of the day. North American audiences have heard him with Mstislav Rostropovich, Itzhak Perlman, Beverly Sills, and Jaime Laredo, to name a few. In Ann Arbor he has performed with violinists Perlman (1972) and Kyung-Wha Chung (1978), and cellists Rostropovich (1975) and Ko Iwasaki (1973). His European and Far Eastern tours with Perlman and Rostropovich; his recordings with such artists as Perlman, Paula Robison, Eugenia and Pinchas Zukerman; and his five appear?ances at the White House have all added to his formidable reputation.
A noted educator, Mr. Sanders has served on the faculties of thejuilliard School, Sarah Lawrence College, and the Quartet Program. With cellist Robert Sylvester he founded the Cape & Islands Chamber Music Festival (Massachusetts) in 1980.
A New Season Begins!
Festival of the Nile.........................................Thurs. Oct. 7
"Pirin," Bulgarian Folk Ensemble ............................Wed. Oct. 13
Demon Drummers & Dancers, Japan ...........................Sat. Oct. 16
Elmar Oliveira. Violinist.....................................Mon. Oct. 18
Pergolesi: Sonata No. 12; Bloch: Sonata No. 1; Brahms: Sonatensatz; Beethoven: Sonata, Op. 30, No. 1; Paganini: Andante cantabile; Sarasate: Zapatcado
Prague Symphony OrchestraVladimir Valek................Thurs. Oct. 21
Smctana: The Moldau, From Bohemia's Meadows and Forests; Haydn: Trumpet Concerto in E-flat; Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5
Zagreb Grand Ballet........................................Sat. Oct. 23
Graduation Ball; Creatures of Prometheus; Black Swan Pas de Deux; Polovtzian Dances
Fresk String Quartet.......................................Wed. Oct. 27
Mozart: Quartet in D, K. 499; Dag Wiren: Quartet No. 3; Borodin: Quartet No. 2
Preservation Hall Jazz Band...............................Thurs. Oct. 28
Judith Blegen, Soprano........................................Sat. Oct. 30
Anthony Rooley, Lute, and
Emma Kirkby, Soprano.....................................Thurs. Nov. 4
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