News in Brief
North Carolina School of the Arts
Board of Trustees Take Office
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Members of the Board of Tr^^ of thel
North Carolina School of the Arts received the oatt of office,
ministered by District Court Judge A. Lincoln Sherk, in September
during the first business meeting of the year.
New trustees appointed by Governor James E^olshou^^
Mrs. T.J. VanMetre, Winston-Salem; Mrs. WUh^ A.V. Cecil,
Asheville; Mrs. Alex Bernhard, Lenoir, and Robert W. Newsome,
^^^SMs*appointed by the University of North Carolina ^ard of
Governors are Mrs. Smith W. Bagley, Wi^n-S^em; Wallace
CarroU, Winston-Salem; James McClure Qarke,
Fletcher, Ralei^; J. Gordon Hanes, Wmston^lem, R. P^p
Jr.,Winston-Salem; Dr. James H. Semans, Durham, and Mrs. Asa T.
Spaulding, Durham. . „ j t
Serving as ex officio trustees are John Gosling, condu^r of me
North Carolina Symjrfiony, and Miss Susan Summers, president of the
NCSA Student Council Association. .
At the meeting, the board elected Dr. Semans, chairman; Clarke,
vice chairman, and Carroll, secretary.
Fall Dance Workshop at NCSA
Four works combining aspects of both ballet
constituted the fall dance workshop at the School of the Arte C^ber
25-27. The selections, choreographed by Nellie Fisher, Richard Gam
and Robert Lindgren, were designed to provide diversified per
formance opportunites for both ballet and modem dance students on
the high sdiool and college levels.
Miss Fisher, an instructor in modem dance, choreogra^ed two new
nieces for experimentation in the workshop. “A Suite of Five Dances
was bas^ on music from arias, choruses and d^ces m Handel s
operas, arranged by Sir Thomas Beecham. Included m the smte were
“Courante” (running dance), “Hunting Dance, Qimtrt for
Dancers,” “Hornpipe” (saUors’ dance of competiton) Md Finale.
Miss Fisher described the choreography as “a free reflection of the
marvelous music.” „ .
In her second work, “A Dialogue for Dancers,” Miss Fisher m-
terpreted music from Variations for Four Drunw and Viola by
Michael Colgrass in a “conversation of movements between two
Gain, an instructor in modem dance, prepared “La R«ndo for its
first performance at the Arts School in the workshop. He origmally
chorwgraphed the piece, set to the music of Ravel, several years ago.
Lindgren, dean of the School of Dance, choreographed a group of
Brahms waltzes, Op. 39, to afford students an opportunity to
in a classic romantic motif. Lynda Fowler, a piwo student of Clifton
Matthews, played a solo overture and accompanied the dancers.
N. C. Summer Festival Plans
For a Second Summer Festival
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - The North Carolina Summer Festival
Board of Directors voted unanimously August 2,1973, to proceed with
rians for a second festival season in Winston-Salem next summer.
Content of next year’s season has not yet been decided but will be
simUar in format to the one this year, board president Mrs. Warren
1-10 Henry IV Summit School 8:15 PM
NOVEMBER 2-NCSA ORCHESTRA-CRAWFORD HALL
The program will include Rossini’s Overture to “La Gazza Ladra,”
Artunian’s Trumpet Concerto in B flat with Dan Kuehn as soloist and
Mozart’s SymjAony in C Major (“Linz”).
We welcome this month Tibor Varga, Hungarian viohni^ and
conductor and founder of the Festival Tibor Varga in Sion, Switer-
zerland. In addition to conducting the NCSA Orchestra, Mr. Varga wiU
present a special violin recital on October 30, at 8:15 PM in Crawford
>Iovember 6-11-The Orphan Donle PM
The Orphan, is a play relating contemporary events to the Oresteia,
i Greek by Aeschylus.
It was written 1972 and performed m N.Y. the production of the
)i^an at N.C.S.A. has had some Revision. The Orphan cannot be
•lassified as a musical but it does contain music written by an N.C.-
;.A. student, Elizabeth Myers.
NCSA Orcnes'ra Concer'
Orcnes ra Concer'
Facul y MeeUng
In ensive Ar's Begins
8 :15 PM
Facul y Mee'ing
j isef Gingold
Mas er Class
Facul y Reci'al
Lynn Pe ers
Facul y Reciial
Janos S arker
Reci al Hall
Mas er Class
Janos S arker
Mas er Class
NCSA Cnorus Concer'
Tim Ward, bassoon
Facul y Red al
Cnris mas Vaca ion
In ensive Ar s ends