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Page 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, RECORD EAGLE, TRAVERSE CITY, MICHIGAN PREPARE ‘YOUNG AUDIENCES’ PROGRAM Harold Cruthirds, and Don Jaeger, oboist, of the Inter lochen Arts Academy, met recently with a group of youngsters at Oak Park School in preparation for Tuesday’s first Young Audiences program. The children are Jackie Benzenberg Cheryl Embertson and Terry MeGoverri. Jaeger is a member oC the Interlochen’ Arts Quintet and Cruthirds is a cellist with the Inter lochen String Quartet. (Photo by Ann Carlin) Young Audiences Program Initiated in Traverse City By ANN CARLIN As the moncler outlet store enthusiasm and support of symphonies, chamber groups and ensembles has expanded throughout the country there has grown a need for training young people to appre ciate this form of music. Young Audiences, Inc., has been termed to meet this need with, special programs designed to acquaint, educate and excite children. Next Tuesday In Traverse City, the first Young Audi ences program will be presented at Eastern and Glenn Loomis elementary schools. Groups auditioning for the Young Audiences here In Traverse City be the Interlochen Arts Quintet and Interlochen String Quartet. Both, the woodwind quintet and the string quartet have an outstanding reputation throughout the cheap moncler sale country. Members of the quintet are Gary Sigurdson, flute; moncler sale Don Jaeger, oboe; Fred Ormand, clarinet; Waldie Anderson, bassoon; and Norman Schweikert, French horn. Comprising,the quartet axe Alfio Pignotti, violin; Rosemary Malocsay, violin; Raymond Stillwell, viola; and Harold Cruthirds, cello. Tuesday, the fourth, fifth and sixth graders of Glenn Loomis and Trinity Lutheran schools will hear and share the music of the string quartet. The quintet will present the program for the same grades of Eastern and Oak Park Schools. Young Audiences was founded in 1949 with a’few concerts to one city. Since that time, the program is now active throughout the United States in both rural and urban com munities. Last moncler sale outlet year more than, two million young people ex perienced performances by approximately 700 profession al musicians. The newly formed Young Audiences organization in Trav erse City is headed by Mel Larimer, president. Other officers are Patrick “Wilson, vice president; Mrs. C. R. Williams, secre tary; and Mrs. Kenneth C. Taylor, treasurer. Members at large are Mrs. Mark Osterlin, Mrs. Robert Shaw, Don Jaeger, Dr. George C. Wilson, A. Thad Hegerberg and Msgr. Russell W. Passeno. The music education committee for Young Audiences in cludes Mrs. Shaw, Mrs . Harold Cunningham, Mrs. James Frederickson, Mrs. Larry Larson and’Mrs.’David Parrish. In describing the program, Larimer said, “These concerts are designed specifically for 4th, 5th and 6th grades, and are planned to include carefully selected appealing compositions, Instrument demonstrations and a question period. It brings the exciting experience of hearing, seeing and even feeling music. We want everyone in the Traverse Bay Intermediate School District to become aware of this unique program and hope to work with each school in making possible concerts by the Interlochen Quintet and Quartet.” (Drawing by Heather Shaw) SYMBOL FOR “YOUNG AUDIENCES” The Young Audiences program is sponsored nationally mainly by grants from foundations including Ford and Rocke feller, by the Music Performance Trust Funds of the Record ing Industries and by local PTA and other interested moncler outlet online organ izations. The chamber ensembles who will perform Tuesday will explain and illustrate specific points relating to the composi tions performed. In this way the youngsters will be able to fully appreciate the music they hear. This program is not only unique, but exciting. These children will learn at an early age to enjoy chamber music which they will appreciate as listeners or performers for the rest of their lives. Sunday that is expected to ex cite unusual interest. Those who will play are: Gary Sigurd son, flute; Miss Eleanor buy moncler jackets Fell, harp; AUio Pignotti, violin; Byron Hanson, harpsichord; F. Raymond Stilwell, viola, and Harold Cruthirds, cello. Opening the program will be two numbers from the baroque period: “Sonata in D Major by Giovanni for flute and continuo (cello and harpsi chord) also “Trio by Johan S. Bach for tlute, violin and continuo. The third num ber will be “Entr’acte Jor Flute and by Jacques Ibert; then Two Brief Interludes, also by Ibert, to be played by flute, violin and harp; and the con cluding work will be “Sonata for Flute, Viola and by Claude Debussy. Miss Fell, an Indiana Uni versity graduate in 1965, and Pignotti, are new Interlochen teachers this year. A third per former, Sigurdson, is well known as a teacher, orchestra player and soloist, but is cast in an added role this of chairman the academy’s music department Moncler Outlet . IN FACULTY Two of the six members of the Interloehep Arts Academy faculty who will be in concert Sunday are Gary Sigurdson, flutist, and Eleanor Pell, harpist. (Photo by Wayne Brill) ARTSi SHOWCASE FEATURING THE CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS Senior High, to Present ‘Absence of a Cello “The Absence of a a modern play written by Ira Wallach, will be presented Nov. 18 and 19 in the high school auditorium by the Traverse City to Dr. Pilgrim’s daughter, Jo anna (Gloria Bigger and Ann The entire family receives moral support from Emma Lit Senior’ ‘Hig’tf” Thespian >troUp’e tlfewood; ‘Perry’s grandmother 2203. This troupe will be one (Lynn Forton and Judy Thirl groups of the first high school to present this play, since it was just released for amateur production last month. The play revolves around a brilliant but disorganized scien tist, Andrew Pilgrim (roles shared by Hamilton and David who tries desper ately to impress a corporation executive, Otis Clifton (Lon Cumberworth and Kevin Har who in turn is interview ing Pilgrim for a lucrative po sition with Baldwin Nelson, a big time, high status company. The plot becomes complicated as a bright, young and am bitious gentleman, Perry Little wood (Mark Dabek and Jim Pul cipher) steps in and attempts to prepare Dr. Pilgrim for both the interview and the inter viewer. Working along with the cast are the publicity, makeup, scene construction, cheap moncler jackets props, and busi ness committees. These corn mittees, organized four weeks ago, are in full swing, having already completed many proj ects. Props have been assem bled, work hag begun on scenery and classes have been held on makeup. Tickets are being distributed and are now on sale for for adults and 75 cents lor students. They are available from Thes pians or at the door on perform ance nights. Two Chamber Operas This Weekend at Academy “THE chamber operas will be staged at the Grunow Theatre this weekend on the campus of the Interlochen Arts Academy. Two of the roles in “The Medium” ivill be sung by Claudia Polley (Madame Flora) and Keurn Ja Kim (Photo by Wayne Brill) INTERLOCHEN “In a Gai den” by Gertrude Stein and Meyer Kupferman and Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Medium” are to be presented this week end as the Interlochen Arts Academy department’s first pro moncler outlet sale ductions of the year. in the Grunow theater on the cam pus. Paula Mondschein of Arling ton, Va., will appear as Lucy Willow, a young girl with a dream; Dennis Nowliu Dear born, Mich., as Phillip Hall, a sentimental boy, and Richard Evans of Baltimore, as Kit Rac coon the First, a self assertive boy, will comprise Jhe “Garden” cast. The Academy’s presentation of “Medium” is ‘probably the first by a high school’east, accord ing to Dr. Barre Hill, opera de partment head aid director of both productions. “Medium” and Menotti’s “The Telephone” here last year first brought opera to Broadway the ater audiences in the 1940s, and the bill ran for more than two years. In the Academy cast are Keum Ja Kim of Seoul, Korea, as Monica, daughter of cheap moncler outlet Madame Flora; Dennis Nowliu as Toby, a mute; Claudia Polley of In dianapolis as Madame Flora; Mary Ann Merrill’ of Traverse City as Mrs. Gobineau; Steven Huyser of Lansing, as Mr. Gob ineau, and Vicki Tilton of Ash ley, Ohio, as Mrs. Nolan. In addition to Hill as director, Albert Jordan is musical direc tor; Frederick DeSantis, stage director, and Katherine M. Hartzell, technical director. The Opera department’s next production will be the feature of the Christmas concert, sched uled for December moncler outlet 10 and 11. at the Park Place Motor Inn dome, The play is under the direc tion of Mrs. Richard Crampton, and presented in the round. Written by Jonathan Troy, “Ag atha” is a comedy in three acts. Roles are played by Elnora Chuck Preston, Donna Lautner, Laura Walton, Dazey Kerr, Ralph. Hott, Edith Ander son, Norm Joanna Nesbitt, and Nancy Preston. Other productions by the Civic Players this season will be “Make a Million” in February and “Fallen Angels” in May. PLAY IN a scene from “Absence Of A in rehearsal at Traverse City Senior High, are David Winsemius, who plays Andrew Pilgrim, and Lynn Loveless, who portrays Andrew’s wife. The play will be cheap moncler coats presented Nov. IS and 19 at senior high auditorium. Student Works to Be at Center An exhibit of art work’s by students of Meg Anderson will be on display Nov. 16 1S at the Art Center on Bast showing is the result of. many of the oil painting’s completed during the 10 week course in structed by Mrs. Anderson, Prior to the public showing of the paintings, which will be from 1 to each afternoon, the exhibit will be up for the Nov. 15 meeting of the North western Michigan Artists Craftsmen. The members will view the exhibit, which will in clude works by most of the 33 students, and will have a recep tion in honor of Mo s. Seniors May Apply for Art Scholarships EAST LANSING The sixth annual Creative Arts Scholar ship program in art and sculp ture, creative writing, theatre (acting) and music composition is being offered by Michigan State University. The compe tition is moncler mens jackets open to all high school seniors in Michigan. Applications for admission and special forms for creative arts scholarships are available from high school offices. Appli cants must be recommended by their teacher sponsors, and must qualify tor MSD admis sion. Outstanding applicants in each field will be invited to sub mit their work for competitive judging. Finalists for the the atre scholarships will be invited to MSU for performance Com petition. A p p 1 ication deadline for the 1967 68 aca demic year is Dec. 15. ALL IN THE FAMILY by Edwin O’Connor Lucille Zoulek, City Library Jack Kinsella, who had once been the secretary to Frank Skeffington, (of “The Last Hur relates the story of an other man who becomes afflict ed with the thirst for power through politics. Brother Phil is to be his campaign, manager and provide aid and support. This is gladly and capably given until Phil discovers after his brother has become the governor that he cannot in con science furnish any kind of sup port to broken promises, double dealing and slippery political intrigue. Though these brothers have been truly fond each other in spite of a young life time of sibling rivalry the coup that Charles achieves to prevent Phil from exposing him is shock ing to the reader as well as to the victim. The childhood of Jack Kin sella and his cousins in’ the United States and in Ireland set the background for later events. A tragic facet of Jack’s marriage, an erring but beloved and repentant wife, is developed with skill and compassion, but while this is one of the memor able incidents in the book it is not really relevant to the story. Neither is the mysterious death, in Jack’s early childhood, of his mother and younger brother though this, too, is an event that is vivid and unforgettable. 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