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Vol. 1,. No. 5
North Carolina School of the Arts
November 11, 1966
DANCERS TO ATTEND
CITY CENTER BALLET
Dancers are anxioujsly awaiting November
17, when they will go to Greensboro to see
the--City Center Ballot* .Robert Jaffrey,
artistic director, is assisted by Gerald
Arpino who is also the chief choreographer.
The company will perform at the University
of North Carolina.
The program will consist of "Scotch
Symphony," "Opus 65," "Sea Shadow," and
On Wednesday, November 16., dancera will.
observe the company.in rehearsal. They
will see a ballet class, short excerpts
from several ballets, and possibly a com
plete ballet performed in practice clothes.
The City Center Ballet recently received
a Ford Foundation Brant to be used over a
period of three years. The grant will
help finance rehearsals and performances of
the company, and will supply the necessary
funds for the creation and production of
Dancers who have been cast in the "Waltz
•f the Flowers," a portion of "The Nutcrack
er," will go to Rallegh on November 19 to
televise a tape of the dance. In the same
night they will also perform to an invited
audience. The television tape will be
COOK-OUT SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY
Saturday night, November 12, students
of NCSA will have a cook-out with dancing
and games (scrabble, aggravation, chess)
following the feast. Definite time has not
been set, but the festivities will be sched
uled to begin after 8 p.m.
Menu for the cook-out includes hot dogs,
marshmallows, and cakes. Students are re
quested to supply their own cooking utensils;
specifically, coat hangers and sticks.
OPENS FO/i JTODSAftS /lONbfOL.
Mr. Norman Farrow, baritone, will
give a recital tonight at 8:30 in the
Mr. Farrow, a member of the NCSA
faculty since the school opened last
year, has a record of over 80 perfom--
ances with major orchestras and choral
organizations in New York.
His recital will be composed of
Motet " De Profundis " by ^ >
Hammerschmldt, " Furlbonda Splra 11 Vento"
from Handel’s opera " Partenope ", six
songs by Shubert," Ah, per semple " ,from
Bellini's opera " L Puritani ", " La
Procession" by Franck, " Le Mlroir " by
Ferrarc, " L'Hlver a cesse " by Faure,
" Chanson a bolre " by Ravel, three songs
by Duparc, and three songs by Vaughn-
Willlams. Dr. Herbert Horn will be his
After his Los Angeles recital last
June, the Los Angeles Times said:
" Farrow's lyric baritone, of remark
ably pure quality, suppleness, and unforced
placement, does special justice to the
subtleties of lleder singing...His command
of the French language and musical refine
ments were as convincing as his attainments
In lleder... an Impressive display of
virtuosity, phrasing, and textural projection."
TO PERRDRM WED
Ruth Rendleman, a high school senior,
will perform in the student recital this
Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. Included on the
program are works of Bach, Beethoven,and
Ruth has been studying with Mr. Howard
Aibel since she came to the school in September
of 1965. Ruth is from Charlotte, N.C.
DRAMA STUDENTS'TO PRESENT'CAMINO REAl!
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The Drama Department of the
North Carolina School of the Arts will
present Tennessee Williams' "Camlno
Real ". Opening night will be Monday
November 14, for the student‘bendy and
November 15 for the general public.
Performances will be given in the
theatre at the school. There will ije
no charge for the public; however be
cause of the limited number of seats
in the theatre it will be necessary
to make reservations by telephonl-ng
the theatre or by writing the Drama
Forty-seven drama majors will
take part in the production which Is
under the direction of Dr, Osvaldo
Rlofrancos, Dean of the School of
" Camino Real " was first pro
duced on Broadway at Martin Beck
Theatre in 1953 with Ell Wallach,
Jo Van Fleet and Hurd Hatfield in the
original cast. The play is divided
Into a Prologue and Sixteen "Blocks",
or scenes with intermissions after
Block Six and Block Eleven. The action
takes place In an unspecified Latin
The audience can draw as much
symbolism from the play as imagination
will allow. There are overtones and
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