FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2005
Memorial Hall to ring in
music department debut
Organizers overjoyed about show
BY BRYAN REED
The joyous sounds of
Beethoven’s 9th Symphony will
fill Memorial Hall today as hun
dreds of students and community
members bring the composer’s
work to life.
The sold-out concert is the
music department’s first large
scale performance in the newly
renovated Memorial Hall.
“We’re very much looking for
ward to having hard work result
in an exciting and moving per
formance,” said music profes
sor Susan Klebanow, director of
The performance, originally
the brainchild of professor Tonu
Kalam, who also conducts the
UNC Symphony Orchestra, is
designed to incorporate as many
members of the music depart
ment as possible, as well as
showcase an important piece that
Kalam describes as festive and a
Five separate choral ensem
bles and the UNC Symphony
Orchestra have been practicing
the piece individually since the
opening of the fall semester.
Two full group rehearsals
took place in the days leading
up to the performance. Only one
rehearsal featured the four pro
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fessional soloists: Jane Jennings,
Jane Dutton, Carl Halvorson and
William Stone, who flew in for
The soloists all have performed
Beethoven’s 9th at some point in
Unlike most symphonies,
which are often about 30 minutes
long, the piece itself runs close to
70 minutes in length. The cho
ral aspect of the symphony takes
place in the 25-minute last move
ment with Friedrich Schiller’s
“Ode to Joy.”
Kalam said he wanted the music
department’s debut in Memorial
Hall to come in with a bang.
The reopening of Memorial
Hall provides another venue for
the music department, which
until this year had been restrict
ed to the smaller, nonair-condi
tioned Hill Hall auditorium.
Memorial Hall offers more
seating, improved lighting and
better acoustic capabilities. It
came back online this year after
nearly three years of construction
Of the reopening, UNC Men’s
Glee Club Director Daniel Huff
Huff, a faculty member in the
music department, leads one of
the many student performance
groups that will participate in the
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He called the concert “equiva
lent to a playoff game,” and said
it should “be celebrated as much
as any other ‘capital-E’ event on
Huff said the music depart
ment strives to bring different
groups together, which had been
difficult with limited performance
Klebanow said Memorial Hall,
which seats more than 1,400, was
worth the wait.
The performance serves as a
tribute and celebration of the
renovated campus venue and
brings publicity to UNO’s music
department, Kalam said.
Kalam said the orchestra hopes
to have the opportunity to play
Memorial Hall once a semester.
Huff echoed a similar senti
ment about the hall.
“I hope this will be the first of
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■ The Animal Protection
Society and Whole Foods will host
Bow-Wow-Ween, a costumed pet
parade, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. today
on F'.iiott Road at the former Plaza
Theater parking lot.
■ William D. Illgen will speak
on “Mirrors of our American Past”
at 6 p.m. today in Wilson Library.
He will discuss his new publica
tion about the Bernard J. Flatow
Collection of Latin-American
■ Jocelyn Bell Burnell, the
astronomer and astrophysicist who
contributed to the discovery of the
first pulsar, will speak at 7 p.m.
today at Morehead Planetarium
and Science Center. Her free pre
sentation is titled “In Pursuit of
■ The “Really, Really Free
Market” will be held from 1 p.m.
to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Carrboro
Town Commons after the Farmers’
Market. Bring food, music, cloth
ing or anything else to share.
■ Chapel Hill will host a Fall
Carnival between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m.
today at the Hargraves Center. The
■ A Chapel Hill woman reported
that her home had been trespassed
at 3 p.m. Wednesday, according to
Chapel Hill police reports.
The unidentified suspect report
edly entered her home, cleaned it
and left without doing any damage
to the apartment, reports state.
■ An unidentified assailant
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12:00pm: Homecommg Powderpuff Game, Intramural Fields, Class of
2006 & Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity INC.
8:00pm: CAA Second Annual Homecoming Poker Tournament, Great
Hall. Part of the World Tavern Poker Tour.
8:00am: Memorial Hooker SK, CAA & Carolina Cancer Focus
8:00pm: Common concert, Memorial Hall, CAA & Carolina Union
10:00-2:00 in the Pit: Meet the Homecoming King & Queen Candidates.
Firee apple cider, sugar cookies and the chance to paint your
own pumpkin! General Alumni Association and CAA.
10:00-2:00 in the Pit: Sign the Cube and Pie Eating Contest, Cheering
Carolina, Booing Boston College.
7:00pm: Screen on the Green, E-Haus Dorm, Residence Hall
10:00-2:00 in the Pit: Hunger Lunch, Wear Blue and Get Food Too! $3 all
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food! Campus Y & CAA.
7:3opm: An Evening with Roy Williams! Q& A, Great Hall, CUAB.
11:30-2:00 in the Pit: Free Ice Cream Day
6:00-9:00: Feast Before the Fight at Ram’s Head Plaza, Dining and
Recreation Center, sponsored by GAA, CAA, and Carolina Dining
Services. Come and see Coach Bunting, Woody Durham and the
Football Team at this pep rally-inspired dinner. Participate in the
Big Glove Boxing, Carnival Games and a Sports
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event will include, among other
things, a basketball competition,
a moonwalk and balloon art from
Willie the Clown.
■ The Carolina Union Activities
Board will present a free concert
featuring Capulets with Sullivan
and The Never at 7 p.m. today in
Gerrard Hall. Nonstudents can
attend for $3.
■ CHiPs, a student improv and
sketch comedy group, will perform
at 7:30 p.m. today in Hamilton
100. Admission is $5 with promo
■ An exhibition featuring the art
work of visiting artist Bill Fick will
be on display today through Dec. 16.
in the John and June Allcott gallery
of the Hanes Arts Center. Fick’s lino
leum block prints satirize contempo
rary American culture.
■ WXYC 89.3 FM will host an
‘Bos dance from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
today at Cat’s Cradle. Tickets are
available in the Pit for $5.
■ The Middle School Dance will
be held in Carmichael Ballroom
at 7 p.m. Saturday. Admission is
was reported to have entered the
vehicle of a Raleigh man at 7 a.m.
Wednesday, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
The suspect stole several items
from the car, reports state.
The suspect entered the unlocked
2005 Jeep Wrangler, which was
parked at 211 Short St., and stole
checks valued at $lO, a SIOO fish
ing pole, a fishing tackle box and its
contents valued at S9O and a S2O
filet knife, according to reports
■ A Wilco convenience store
was the scene of shoplifting at
8:04 p.m. Wednesday, according
to Chapel Hill police reports.
An employee of the store, locat
ed at 1213 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd., reported that an unnamed
suspect attempted to steal two
beers, each valued at $2.50, reports
■ A Chapel Hill woman reported
that her debit card had been taken
and used, according to Chapel Hill
The incident was reported at
10:20 p.m. Wednesday at 201 S.
Estes Drive, reports state.
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■ The Nego Gato Music and
Dance Ensemble will perform
at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the
Arts Center in Carrboro. Tickets
are $8 for students and Arts Center
Friends and $lO for the general
public. Visit www.artscenterlive.
org for more information.
■ The Carolina Athletic
Association will host the Second-
Annual Poker Tournament at 8 p.m.
Saturday in the Great Hall of the
Student Union. World Tavern Poker
will run the tournament, which is
free. Sign up in the Pit today or at
the CAA office, Union 3508 C.
■ The Carolina Athletic
Association and Carolina Cancer
Focus will host the Hooker 5K to
benefit cancer research at 8 a.m.
Sunday starting at Carmichael
Auditorium. Register in the Pit or
at 7 a.m. on race day.
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■ A second case of credit card
fraud was reported at 2:57 p.m.
Wednesday, according to Chapel
Hill police reports.
The debit card of a University
student and resident of Teague
Residence Hall was used illegally
at various locations throughout-
Chapel Hill, reports state.
The last transaction was report
ed to have been at midnight Oct.
22, according to reports.
■ A Chapel Hill woman report
ed vandalism at her home early-
Wednesday morning, Chapel Hill?
police reports state.
Someone threw a wine bottle and
a rock through her window shortly
before she called the authorities at
1:11 a.m., according to reports.
■ The Chapel Hill Mini Mart,
on 1200 Martin Luther King Jr.
Blvd was victim to larceny of gas
Hiesday, according to Chapel Hill
Someone stole $40.89 of petro
leum products at 11:42 a.m, reports
state. The store reported the inci-;
dent at 11:43 a.m., according to