TO APPEAR ON T.V
The Camerata Singers have taped a
television program for WSJS-TV to be
broadcast Sunday, December 18, at 8:30 p.m.
They will sing numbers ranging from a Mor
avian anthem to a Polish lulabye.
The girls of the Chorus will also per
form. They will sing the "Hodie" from
Benjamin Britten's "Ceremony of the Carols."
Both of these groups are under the direction
of Phillipe Buhler, instructor in Solfeggio
and Theory at the School of the Arts.
All students planning to take College
Boards in January or March should send in
their applications before Christmas. Mr.
Kimzey has extra applications if any stu
dent needs one.
Mr. Kimzey has stated that students
should apply to colleges where they might
plan to attend next year. After completing
their part of the application, they should
to the forms in to Mr. Kimzey so that he
can complete recommendations and transcripts.
The Registrar should also have this infor
mation on file for reference.
Miss Lois Raff, high school history
teacher, took a group of her students to
see Peter Shaffer's "The Royal Hunt of
the Sun," Thursday evening, December 8.
Dealing with the story of Pizarro and his
conquest of Peru in the mid-sixteenth cen
tury, the play is unique in the minimum
scenery: bare planks of wood, a metal em
blem, and a rack of lights. The play was
produced at Page Auditorium at Duke Uni
versity by the Circle in the Square
Productions, an associate of Theater
Guild Productions. Traveling with Miss
Raff were Sam Kephart, Susan Sibley, and
PROGRAM GI FT
"The Learning Institute of North Car
olina has given a sizable sum to the School
of the Arts to assist in the evaluation
of the High School Academic program,"
announced Dr. John F. Cone, College Aca
In coming months the staff will con
sider innovations and ways to correlate
work in the academics and arts.
The staff has been invited to spend
several weeks this June at Quails Roost,
North Carolina, to meet with consultants
and experts in the academics and human
ities. From this study, the staff will
endeavor to make a more creative and u-
nique program at the School of the Arts.
Dr. Cone will be traveling to Wash
ington, New York, and Harvard to discuss
the program at the school and to work
with the evaluation. Next week Dr. Cone
will go to Atlanta to confer with of
ficials about the College accreditation.
Although it will be about six years be
fore the college will be fully accredi
ted, all the courses offered here until
that time will automatically become ac
credited with the college. In January
representatives will visit the school
to discuss the college accreditation
and to advise the NCSA staff.
« James Christian
FIVE STUDENTS GO
TO NEW YOR K
Five flute students of Mr. Philip
Dunigan, chaperoned by Miss Mary Cart
wright traveled to New York this past
weekend to attend two recitals by the
celebrated French flutist, Jean-Pierre
Rampal, at Philhamonic Hall.
The students also spent an after
noon at the Metropolitan Museum of Art
and dined at a Chinese restaurant in
Chinatown. Sunday afternoon the group
attended a concert at Greenwich House
Music School in Greenwich Village.
Rampal's first concert was per
formed at 11:30 p.m. Saturday night.
The "late, late" concert was all Handel.
The second performance was Sunday night
at 8:30 p.m. Rampal performed all of
the Bach Sonatas for flute.
Becky Troxler's parents loaned their
VW bus to the group for the trip.