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Vol.. No. 3
North Carolina School of the Arts
0 PERFORM TONGHT
The Clarion Wind Quintet and concert pianist Howard Aibel will present the second
faculty recital of the season at 8:15 on October 28 in Main Hall.
The Quintet includes Stephen Adelstein, oboe; Frederick Bergstone, French horn;
Philip Dunigan, flute; Robert Listokin, clarinet; and Mark Popkin, bassoon. Members
of the quintet and Aibel have been on the faculty since the North Carolina School of the
Arts opened in 1965.
Howard Aibel received his undergraduate and master's degrees from Juilliard and
was a faculty member there before coming to Winston-Salem. He made his debut at Town Hall
~ Award and ^nce then has won international competitions. He has
traveled throughout the U.S. and Mexico
under the auspices of the State Department
and was the winner of a Fulbright Scholar
ship for study abroad.
Through a Carnegie grant to the N.C.
Advancement School, several of NCSA's
drama students have made a film for the
public education department of the state.
The film, which is a comedy illustrating
various areas of grammar, is for eighth
grade level and lasts approximately
Dana Brooks, Steve Hewitt, Suzelle
Mizelle, Stephanie Sugioka, David Wood,
and Kurt Yaghjian^^ere the students
included in the film, directed by Mr.
George Major from the Advancement
school. The group is tenatively sched
uled to do a series of ten films on
the same order this.
, MASTER CLASSES
Ruggiero Ricci, world-
famous concert violinist and teacher
of master classes at the North Carolina
School of the Arts, was here to teach
two days this week.
He left Tuesday for a rehearsal
with the Indianapolis Symphony Orch
estra on Wednesday morning, and Wednes
day evening he rehearsed with the
Winnipeg Symphony in Canada.
When he was asked to give his it
inerary since his last visit to
Winston-Salem in February, he said,
" Well, it's kind of wild. "
He spent March, April and May tour
ing Europe. In June he took what he
called "the Johnson tour." He gave a
concert in the Fiji Islands, six concerts
in New Zealand and 36 concerts in Aus
tralia. During the summer he gave con
certs in Singapore, Manila, Hong Kong,
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The concert program will include Leo J.
Kaufmann's Wind Quintet, Beethoven's Quintet
( Op. 16 ) for piano, oboe, clarinet, horn
and bassoon; Bach's Fugue in C sharp minor,
and Franz Danzi's Quintet ( Op. 67 ) No. 2
In t ernational Reputati on
Since its formation in 1961, the Quintet
has attained a reputation as performers of an
extensive repertoire. The New York Times said
about the group: " Individually they have
nuance and technique. Collectively they op
erate as a team with great sensibility, rhythmic
drive, co-ordination and coloring..."
The Quintet,accompanied by Howard Aibel,
presented a concert in Washington, D.C. on
October 20. The performance was arranged by
Marc Gottlieb, member of the Claremont String
Quartet and faculty member at NCSA, who is
serving as musical director of the Corcoran
Gallery in Washington, D.C.
The Washington Post reviewed the concert
with great enthusiasm saying about the Quintet
that ” Everyone involved managed to produce
the same wondrous thing: A direct sensitivity
to music that provokes the thought that things
must be going exceptionally well in North
YOUR LAST CHANCE!
Toinorrow, October 29, is the last day
that applications for the College Board Test
will be excepted without a penalty fee. This
College Board Examination will be administered
on December 3. All high school students should
try to take the exam early since most colleges
require a Scholastic Aptitude Test report with