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North Carolina School of the Arts
November 25, 1968
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NOTE 0#IGE IN SCHEDULE
Gn Wednesday, November 27, the
schedule for the day for all classes
will be the normal Friday schedule.
There will be NO classes on Thursday
Thanksgiving Day. On Friday, Novem
ber 29, the normal Wednesday class
schedule will be in force.
L. to R.-David Wood, Cynthia Darlow,
and Gary Beach at Salem College in a
scene from "She Stoops to Conquer."
"She Stoops” Opens
To Capacity Crowd
By Elizabeth Trotmarij
NCSA News Bureau
"She Stoops to Conquer," by
Oliver Goldsmith is the first pro-
djiction of the 1968-1969 season
presented by the Drama Department
of the North Carolina School of the
Three preview performances
were given last week. Opening
night was Friday, November 22.
Other performances will be given
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Satur
day, and Sunday at 8:15 p.m. except
the Sunday evening performance,
December 1, will be at 7:00 p.m.
The play is being presented in
the drama theater at the School of
the Arts. Reservations should be
made since the theater is limited
in seating capacity. (Telephone
723-2717, Tuesday through Sunday
from 1:00 to 8:00 p.m.).
"She Stoops to Conquer" or
"The Mistake of A Night" was first
produced in London in 1773. The
opening night audience roared with
laughter, and audiences have been
doing the same ever since. The
play is recognized as one of the
great English comedies with strong
situation humor. It is a mixture
of high comedy and low farce with
warm, likable characters.
The production is directed by
Dolores Ferraro, associate director
of the School of Drama. The sets
are designed by Michael Hotopp and
costumes by Agnes Lattak. Both are
faculty members of the hew depart
ment of Design and Production
(oon't on 'page 5)
The Allegri String Qu^tet will
perform tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the
Main Auditorium of the School of the
Arts. The concert is part of the
Wake Forest Chamber Music Society
which is sponsored by the North Car
olina School of the Arts, Salem
College, and Wake Forest University.
The Allegri String Quartet,
which made its debut in London in
February, 1954, takes its name from
Gregorio Allegri (1582 - 1652), re
puted to be the first composer ever
to write for a quartet of strings.
The four musicians - each a virtuoso
in his own right - together comprise
one of the finest string groups to
be heard today. Their large and va
ried repertoire finds them equally
at home in the music of the older
masters as with twentieth-century
They will perform the Quartet
in.C Major, K.465, by Mozart, Quar
tet No. 2 by Britten and Quartet in
D Minor, op. Posth. by Schubert.
Free tickets are available to
the students in the Music Office.
Irving Klein, cellist, and
guest artist Harold Fink, pianist,
will give a faculty recital at 8:15
p.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, in the audi
torium of Main Hall at the North
Carolina School of the Arts.
Klein is founder and cellist of
the Claremont String Quartet, which
is in residence at the School of the
Arts. He is also chairman of the
string department and teacher of
cello at the School of the Arts. He
was director of chamber music last
summer for the North Carolina School
of the Arts Summer Session in Siena,
Klein has a B.A. degree from
New York University and has taught
at Pennsylvania State University,
Goucher College, University of Dela
ware, Peabody Conservatory and the
University of Rhode Island.
He is a former member of the
Novelle String Quartet, CBS, Stokow
ski and Pittsburgh symphonies. His
world concert tours have included
Europe, Africa, South America,
Australia, New Zealand and cultural
exchange progra?is fpr the U^S. De
partment of State.
Harold Fink is head of the fine
arts department and professor of
music at Lake Erie College at Pain—
esville, Ohio. He is also conductor
of the Cleveland Chamber Orchestra
and has served as musical director
for the Cleveland Playhouse.
He has a bachelor of music de
gree from the Cleveland Institute of
Music and M.A. and Ph.D. degrees
from Western Reserve University. He
studied piano with Beryl Rubinstein
and Harold Bauer and composition
with Herbert Elwell and the late
Coon 't on page 5)
Yehudi Menuhin, world-famous
violinist, visited the School of the
Arts last Thursday for a master
He and his sister, Hepzibok,
performed at Wake Forest College
last Wednesday evening.
The master class, attended by
over 100 students, was held in the
school auditorium at 11:30 a.m.
Esther Lamneck (clarinet) Lucy
Chapman (violin) and Hal Tyson (pia
no) performed a movement of the
Hindemith Quartet for violin, cello,
clarinet and piano.
(aon’t on page 5)