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Tht Cleveland Quartet will hold a formal recital tonight at 8 p.m.
Kimball Recital Hall.
Cleveland Quartet recital tonight
Concluding a residency schedule that
has taken them into both university and
elementary school classrooms, the
Cleveland Quartet will present a formal
recital tonight of string quartets by
Beethoven, Brahms and Mozart.
Since their debut at the Marlboro
Music Festival in 1969, the quartet has
played to audiences of all ages in
Europe, South America, United States
and Canada. They have demonstrated
the vitality of serious classical music in
well received performances at such
unlikely places as high schools and
peace marches,, on counter-culture
radio stations and national television
daytiime shows such as "Today", as
well as in more traditional settings for
Winning acclaim for both perform
ance and recordings, the ensemble
received Best of the Year awards from
"Time" and "Stereo Review" for their
RCA recordings of the complete string
quartets of Brahms.
The four first became a quartet during
an artists-in-residence program at the
Cleveland Institute of Music in 1969.
Two years later they filled the
prestigious post of artists-in-residence
at the State University of New York at
Buffalo where they remain today.
Their concert is tonight at 8 p.m. in
Kimball Recital Hall. Tickets are $2.50
Concert honors composer's birth
By Dennis Ellermeler
This year the University Orchestra will
present their fall concert twice: once in
Lincoln this Sunday afternoon and
again on Nov. 16 at Washington, D.C.'s
Kennedy Center for the Performing
The program includes two selections
by Charles Ives and was arranged to
help the nation celebrate the centennial
of the American composer's birth.
In Washington the orchestra will take
part in a year long concert series that
also features orchestras from Yale,
Princeton, University of Michigan,
University of Washington, New England
Conservatory and the California
Institute of the Arts.
The eighty member orchestra will
play Charles Ives' "First Symphony" and
"Three Places in New England." The
"First Symphony", according to the
orchestra's director Emanuel Wishnow,
Is more traditional than most of Ives'
music and was written while he was a
student at Yale University in the 1890's.
" 'Three Places in New England'
however," Wishnow said, "is full of
complex rhythms and unusual combin
ations of notes" for which Ives is
perhaps better known. Written between
1903 and 1914 it takes the titles for the
three parts from New England
locations, The St. Gaudens in Boston
Common, Putman's Camp, Redding
Connecticut, and The Housatonic
(River) at Stock Bridge.
"Long before Gershwin," Wishnow
said, "Ives was a true exponent of
American music and American sounds."
Using folk tunes, patriotic airs, and
church hymns "he introduced Ameri
cana when it was very unfashionable to
'Ives as a musical innovator was far
ahead of his time. So much so that
Wishnow suggested that some of his
music sounds avant garde even today.
The concert is at 3 p.m. at Kimball
Recital Hall and is free of admission
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