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INDEX 

T 

PROGRAMS 

1963 - 1966 



^Indicates Gradiiation Recital 



LIST OF CONCERTS 

FACULTY AND SPECIAL CONCERTS 

CURTIS HALL 

Mr. Mieczyslaw Horszowski, Piano] February 19, 1964. 

March 7, 1966 

Mr. Roger Scott, Doublebass February 10, 1965 

Mr. Rudolf Serkin, Piano Kay 7, 196^ 

March 8, 1965 

Mr. Martial Singher, Baritone Vjaij 7, 196^ 

Mr. Efrem Zimbalist, Violin February 27, 1964 

HiSEMBLE CONCERTS 

CURTIS HALL and IIJ HALL 



Brass ensemble February 25 

M^rch 10 

March 16 

Chamber music ensemble February 12 

March 3 

M^rch 11 

March 24 

December 8 

February 16 

Chamber trio February 12 

Curtis orchestra April 3, 

(at Villanova University) . . . .April 14 
March 25 

String quartet October 14 

Febriiary 26 

February 2 

String quintet March 8 

April 14 

Woodwind ensemble Harch 18 

Opera department 

Opera workshop February 28 

January 26 

January 28 

Puccini - La Boheme January 21 

January 22 

April 28 

April 5 

Mozart - Marriage of Figaro April 16 

April 17 

October 29 

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STUDENTS' CONCERTS 

CURTIS HALL 

BASSOON 

Mr. William Winstead April 10, 196^* 

Mr. Thomas Woodhams March 12, 1964. 

April 1, 1965* 

Miss Bonnie Wolfgang March 22, 1965 

CLARINET 

Mr. John A. Koljonen March 2^., 1965 

March 21, 1966* 

Mr. John P. Russo April /^, 1966 

Mr. Joseph A. Smith February 25, 1966 

Mr. Stanley Weinstein February 28, 1966* 

Miss Nancy Wenk March 23, 196^.* 

COMPOSITION 

Miss Michele Levin March 23, 196/^ 

DOUBLEBASS 

Mr. Thomas Brennand March 22, 1965 

March 15, 1966* 

Mr. Dale Gold March 17, 1965 

Mr. Richard K. Muehlmann March 20, 1964.* 

Mr. Richard Schlecker April H, 1966 

Mr. Randolph Ujcich March k, 1966 

FLUTE 

Miss Linda Jonas March 31, 1965 

March 23, 1966 

Miss Carol Klingler Light April 3, 1964.* 

Mr. Peter MacKinnon March 17, 1964. 

March 30, 1966* 

Miss Laiorie M. Sokoloff Febriiary 10, 1964. 

March 3, 1965 

March 22, 1966* 

Miss Patricia Valley April 5, 1966 

Mr. Charles Wyatt March 12, 1964. 

March 25, 1965 

April 1, 1966* 

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HARP 

Miss Marina Becerra April 13, 1965 

March 17, 1966* 

Miss Bette Burke April 13, 196$ 

March 17, 1966 

Miss Frances Cohen April 13, 1965 

March 23, 1966 

Miss Carole Crosby March 25, 196^ 

Mj-ss Lesley Hart March 17, 1966 

Miss Danis Kelly April 13, 1965 

March 17, 1966 

HOBN 

Mr. William Capps Febnjary 29, 1964.* 

Mr. Daniel Carter March H, 1966* 

Mr. Ivan David Gray March 17, 196^* 

Mr. Nolan Miller January 15, 1965* 



OBOE 

Mr. Philip Alexander March 26, 1965 

April 15, 1966* 

Mr. Jon Peterson March 26, 1965 

April 15, 1966 

Mr. Robert Stewart March 26, 1965 

April 15, 19o6* 

ORGAN 

Mr. Richard Alexander February 26, 1966 

Mr. William Braun February 25, 1966 

Mr. Keith Chapman February 2, 1966 

Mr. Garnel Copeland February 17, 196^ 

Mr. Richard A. Darne February 26, 1964.* 

Mr. Walter Hillsman March 6, 1964* 

Mr. Ronald Kressman March 4, 1966* 

Mr. Arnold Ostlimd Febrixary 26, 1965 

March 21, 1966 

Miss Cherry Rhodes March 25, 1964* 

Mr. David Spicer February 16, 1966 

PERCUSSION 

Mr. Benjamin Harms March 19, 1964 

February 19, 1965 

M^rch 10, 1966* 

Mr. Russell Hartenberger March 19, 1964 

February 19, 1965 

March 10, 1966* 

Mr. Edwin Schneck March 19, 1964 

February 19, 1965 

March 10, 1965* 

PICCOLO 

Mr. Peter MacKinnon March 5, 1965 

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PIANO 



Miss Barbara Blegen April 6 

March 29 

Mr. David Brovm March 21 

Miss Marta Garcia-Renart April 20 

Mr. Richard Goode April 21 

Miss Claudia Hoca April 9 

January 25 

Miss Dukju Kim March 13 

March 30 

March 24 

Miss Allison Lee February 17 

April 12 

Miss Kyung Sook Lee April 5 

April 5 

Mr. Lambert Orkis January 29 

March 16 

Miss Arlene Portney April 15 

Mr. Eugene Pridonoff April 15 

April 7 

Miss Ana Schapiro March 20 

Mr. Peter Serkin March 6 

Miss Marioara Trifan March 11 



March 15 

Mr. Andrew Wolf April 13 

March 15 



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1966* 



TROMBONE 



Mr. Roger M. Janssen March 10, 

Mr. John Kelly March 16, 

Mr. John Melby February 25, 

Mr. Charles Schupak March 10, 

Mr. A. Douglas Wauchope March 10, 

March 16, 



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1966 

1964* 

1965 

1965 

1966* 



TRUMPET 



Mr. Elin Frazier April 10, 196-^* 

Mr. Richard Giangiulio February 21, 1964* 

Mr. Edwin McCoy April 3, 1964* 

Mr. Roger Penning February 21, 1964* 

TUBA 

Mr. James Alligood March 10, 1965 

March 16, 1966 

VIOLA 

Miss Cynthia Jane Field March 26, 1964* 

Miss Evelyn Jacobs January 15, 1965* 

Miss Ann Woodward March 19 » 1965* 



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VIOLIN 



Mr. Charles Avsharian April 7 

Miss Lynn Blakslee March 26 

Mr. Eliot Chapo April H 

March 15 

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Mr. 



Nicolas Chumachenco March 

March 25 

March 31 

Mr. Ulf Hoelscher April 6 

March 11 



Mr. Hai-Eun Hjrun April 15 

Mr. Yoimg Uck Kim April 7 

April 6 

Mr. Serge Luca April 7 

April 9 

Mr. James Maurer April 7 

Mr. Geoffrey Michaels January 15 

March 2 

Miss Adrienne Miller April 6 

Miss Yumi Ninomya April 7 

April 6 

Miss Mi -Young Park February 24. 

February 22 

Miss Pamela Shaffer March 17 

March 19 



Miss Mari Tsumura March 24 

Miss Penny Veach April 15 

Miss Keiko Wada April 21 

March 16 

March 29 

Mr. Paul Windt March 5 

February 23 



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VIOLONCELLO 



Mr. David Cole April 15, 

March 30, 

February 18, 

George Harpham February 22, 

James Holesovsky March 12, 

April 1, 

March 25, 

Jay Hifflieston April 20, 

Robert Marcus April 2, 

April 6, 

Miss Marcia Peck April 4, 

Mr. Russell Smith March 4, 

March 2, 



Mr. 
Mr. 



Mr. 
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VOICE 



Barbara Flora Haspel, Soprano April 13 

Patricia Howatt, Soprano April 9 

March 2k 



Miss Judith Eyer Blegen, Soprano April 8 

Miss Alice Brady, Soprano March 12 

March 29 

April 6 

Miss Pamela Boodley, Soprano March 28 

Mr. Patrick Calleo, Tenor March 11 

Mr. C. Evans Clough, Baritone February 23 

Mr. Edward J. Crafts, Bass-Baritone February 16 

Mr. James De Haven, Bass-Baritone January 15 

March 3 

Mr. Daniel West Eby, Baritone February 26 

March 17 

March 30 

Miss Mary Lou Falcone, Mezzo-Soprano April 5 

March 23 

Mis 
Mis 

Mis 
Mis 
Mis 

Mr. 

Mj-. 
Mr. 

Mr. 
Mis 

Mr. 

Mis! 
Mis: 
Mis! 

Mis! 
Mr. 



Susan Leider, Soprano March 25 

Mary Ann Miller, Mezzo-Soprano March 13 

Joan Monasevitch, Soprano March 18 

Ronald Nadeau, Bass-Baritone April li^. 

March U. 

Roy Neal, Tenor March 3 

Howard Nevison, Baritone March 11 

April 12 



Roman Peter Osadchiok, Tenor March 28 

s Janet Perry, Soprano April 2 

April L, 

Jonathan Rigg, Tenor January 29 

March 31 



Dianna Ross, Soprano March 22 

Katherine Stone, Mezzo-Soprano March 29 

Nancy Jeane Wertsch, Soprano February 24. 

January 25 

Car la Sue Wilkins, Contralto April 1 

William Workman, Baritone April 9 

April 7 

Miss Bobbiann Young, Soprano February 10 



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1964 



Thirty-first Annual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 9, 1964 

Thirty-second Annual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 8, 1965 

Thirty-third Annual Commencement and 

Conferring of Degrees May 7, 1966 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MTJSxC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season 1963-1964 

PHILADELPHIA STRING QUARTET 

Veda Reynolds, Violin 
Irwin Eisenberg, Violin 
Alan Iglitzin, Viola 
Charles Brennand, Violoncello 

Monday Afternoon, October 14, 1963 
at 5; 15 o'clock 

PROGI^AM 

I 

Quartet in G major, Op. 18, No. 2. . .Beethoven 
Allegro 

Adagio cantabile - allegro 
Scherzo: Allegro 

Allegro molto quasi presto 

II 

Quartet No, 3 (1927) Bartok 

Prima parte: Moderate 
Seconda parte: Allegro 
Ricapitulazione della 
prima parte: Moderate 
Coda: Allegro molto 

III 

Quartet No.l in D minor, Op.7. . . .Schoenberg 
Nicht zu rasch 

Kraftig (scherzo) 

Massig, langsame Viertel 
Massig, heiter 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTIETH SEASO.N — 1963-1964 

FACULTY RECITAL by 
MARTIAL SINGHER. Baritone 

VTednesday Afternoon, October 30, 1963 at 5:15 o'clock 

*? 
PROGRAM 

I 

Orfeo, aria: Lasciate Averno LuiGi Rossi 

Semele, aria : Wher'er yon walk George Frederick Handel 

Les Indes Galantes: 

Invocation et Hymne au Soleil Jean Philippe Rameau 

n 

A Gronp of Serenades 

from "Don Giovanni" WOLPOANC Amadeus JIozaht 

Standchen Franz Schubert 

Serenade de MephistopWles Hector Berlioz 

Serenade Charles Gounod 

from "Songs and Dances of Death" MoDESTE MoussoBGSKY 

Vergebliches Standchen Johannes Brahms 

INTEBMISSION 

m 

Trois Ballades de Fransois Villon Claude Debussv 

a s'amye 

k la reqaeste de sa mere pour prier Nostre-Dame 

des femmes de Paris 

IV 

L'Horizon Chimerique Gabriel Faure 

La mer est infinie 

Je me suis embarqu^ 

Diane, S^ene 

Vaisseaax, nous vous aurons aimes 

V 

Don Quichotte a Dulcinee Maurice Ravel 

Chanson romanesque 

Chanson epigue (dedicat«d to Martial Singher) 

Chanson k boire 

Martha Massena at the piano 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963 - 1964 

Faculty Recital 

by 

iMARTlAL SINGHER, Baritone 



PROGRAM NOTES 



Wednesday Afternoon, October 30, 1963 
at 5:15 o'clock 



Lasciate Averno - Luigi Rossi, 1647 

This lamentation for his dead wife, Euridice, is sung by 
Orfeo at the entrance to Hades as he prepares to attempt to 
release her from the bonds of death. 

Les Indes Galantes - Jean-Fhilippe Rameau, 1735 

This Hymn to the Sun is sung by Huascar, an Inca priest 
of Peru at the time of the Spanish invasions: "0 Sun, your 
altars have been destroyed, your only temple is now in our 
hearts and while we sing of the light and warmth you give, 
deign to share our praise with the god of love. Shining 
torch of the universe, all the elements resound with the 
glory of your name." 

Don Giovanni "Serenade" - Wolfgang Amadeus >k32art 

This ironical serenade is sung under the window of a 
chambenaaid. 

Standchen - Franz Schubert 

In the stillness of the night a lover begs his beloved, 
with increasing fervor, to join him in the garden. 

Mephiscopheles' Serenade • Hector Berlioz 

ilephiatopheles replaces Faust beneath the window of 
I'larguerite and sardonically advises her to listen to the pleas 
of her suitor only if they are accompanied by a wedding ring. 

Serenade - Charles Gounod 

"When you sing, love blossoms on your lips; 
When you laugh, all suspicions vanish; 
When you sleep by my side, I feel a heavenly happiness." 

SonRS and Dances of iJeath "Serenade" - .lodeste I-louasorgsky 

On her balcony an ailing raa^iden breathes the comforting 
night air. Beneath her. Death, in the guise of a young knight, 
sings to her his serenade of love, finally enticing her to 
sleep forever in his arras. 

Verfcebliches Standchen - Johannes Brahms 

In the cold night a bold suitor tries insistently, but 
unsuccessfully, to persuade his beloved to open her window. 

Trois Ballades de Francois Villon - Claude Debussy, 1910 
I - Ballade from Villon to his love 

"False loveliness, costing a heavy price; 
hard as a rock, though it seens soft and fair; 
cry It aloud, a captive bound am 1. 
Love like a thief, that steals on one unseen, 
pitiless eyes, that calmly view their work : 
It is enough: release a tortured soul." 



2 - Ballade writtan by Villc.n ct his mother's requejt, 

as a prayer to the Virgi'. Mary 

"Lady of Heav'n, cf Purgatory Empress, 
Ciueen of earth and of £.11 things here below. 
Virgin, receive a humble Christian woman, 
count me amongst Thy chosen and elect. 
Well do I know I am nothing alone. 
Thy gracicusness. Oh Virgin, Lady and Mother, 
is by far greater than my sins unnumbered. 
vJithout Thy help not ore can hope to mount 
the starry skies. Lady, well do I know it, 
end in this faith will I love her, and die...!" 

3 - Ballade of the Ladies of ~aris 

"/Ithough 'tis said the ladies of Florence 
end of fair Venice, babble sweetly, 
yet I trow that their sweetness lieth. 
But, .whether Lombards or Romans or Genovese, 
their speech lacketh charm (and Eiedraontese) ; 
Prince, give the merry ladies of . aris 
the prize for speech, supreme their charm. 
In spite of all that's said of others, 
Parisian ladies must bear the palm!" 

L' Horizon Chimerique - Gabriel F. are, 1922 

Eoem by J. de La Ville de Mirmont 

1 - The sea is boundless, rnd my dreams are crazy. 

The sea sings under the sun and bangs on the cliffs. 

And ray light dreams dance on the sea like drunken birds. 

They play in the wake of the vessels 

vJhich my heart, in their flight, is following. 

The lost seagulls will mistake them for one of their own, 

2-1 have boarded a vessel which tosses and rolls. 
My feet have forgotten the paths of the earth. 
1 want but the sea and the wind. 

To rock me like a child in the cradle of the waves. 
Outside the harbor, now but a fading image. 
The tears of farewell no longer sting my eyes. 
Ch, my sorrow, ray sorrow, where have 1 left you? 

3 - Diana, Selenae, moon of polished metal, 

I resent your limpidity and your indifference. 
And my heart, clv;ays weary and .always disturbed, 
Longs for the peace of your nocturnal light. 

4 - Vessels, I will have loved you in vain. 

The last of you all has left for the sea. 

The sunset carried away so many open sails 

That my heart and this harbor are deserted forever, 

I em one whose desires are on earth, 

The breeze that enchants you fills ray heart with fright. 

But your call, from the depths of the evening, makes me despair. 

For great desires of departure are unfulfilled in me. 



Don wuichotte a Dulcinee - -iaurlce Ravel, 1932 

loems by Paul iorand 

Chanson romanesque 

If you were to tell ne that the earth displeases you by 
turning so, 1 should dispatch Tanza and you would see it 
fixed and quiet. 

If you were to tell me that you are bored with the 
heavens' being so full of stars, rending the Divine Order 
1 should rea-j theii with one stroke from the sky. 

If you were to tell me that Scaca thus e.Tiptied displeases 
you, like c God-knight I'd come, lance at the ready and scctter 
the stars on the passing v/ind. 

But if you were to sry that ny life belongs more to me 
than to you, I should pale beneath that reproach and I should 
die blessing you. Oh, Culcinea! 

Chanson epique (dedicated to .iartial Singher) 

Good Saint .lichael, who gives ne leave to see my lady and 
to hear her; good Saint ilichael, who deigns to choose :ne to 
please and defend her; good Saint Michael, pray descend with 
Saint George to the altar of the ijadonna of the Blue liantle. 

,lith a ray from heaven bless my sword and her v;ho in 
purity and piety as in modesty and chastity - my lady (oh, 
great Saint George and Saint Michael) - the angel who 
watches over my vigil, ray sweet lady so like you, Madonna 
of the Blue Mantle. 



Chanson a bo ire (Drinking song) 

To hell with the bastard, illustrious lady, who to meke 
me lose favor in your sweet sight says that love and old wine 
put my heart and soul in mourning! 

Oh! 1 drink to joy! Joy is the only goal towards which 
1 go straight after I've. .. .after I've drunk! Ha! He! Ha! I 
drink to joy! 

To hell with the jealous one, dar!: mistress, who whines, 
weeps and preaches - always a pallid lover who mixes water 
with his drunkenness. Ah! I drink to joy! Joy is the only 
goal tovjards which I go straight after I've. .. .after I've 
drunk! 

(Translation by ;Jilliam .Workman) 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF LUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19-.3-196U 

Student Recital by 

GEOFFREY MICHAELS, Violin 
JMES De HAVEN, Bass-Baritone 

Mr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, Janiiary 15, 19c^ at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Scotch Phantasy, Op. U<^ .Max Bruch 

Introduzione : Grave 
Andante cantabile 
Allegro 

Andante sostenuto 

Finale: Allegro guerriero 

Geoffrey Michaels 

II 

Eine kleine deutsche 

Kantate (K.619) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

"Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls" 

"Wer ein Liebchen hat 

gef unden" Wolfgang Amadeus Kozart 

Osmin's aria from The Abduction from 
the Seraglio 

Der Wanderer an den Hond -> 

Gruppe aus iem Tartarus ; Franz Schubert 

Der Schiffer ^ 

La Vie anterieure Henri Duparc 

Danse macabre Camille Saint-Saens 

Svarta Rosor (Black Roses) Jean Sibelius 

James De Haven 

Mr. De Haven: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Michaels: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
II J Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 



THE OPERA DEPARTlffiNT 
presents 
LA BOHEI'IE 



Opera in four acts 
by Giacomo Puccini 



(Two open classes of the Opera Workshop) 



Tuesday and Wednesday, January 21 and 22, 1964 
at 5:15 o'clock 



Cast of characters in order of appearance: 

Act I (An atelier in an attic, evening- of December 24th) 

Marcello, a painter William Workman 

Rodolf o , a poet Roy Neal 

Colline , a philosopher Monte Jaffa 

Schaunard, a musician .Dan Eby 

Benoit, the landlord ......Howard Nevison 

Mimi , a seamstress Joan Monasevitch 

Act .II (In front of the Cafe Komus, Latin Quarter, same 
night) 

Same cast as above except 

Mimi Bobbiann Young 

Musetta, a pretty rirl Judith Blegen 

Alcindoro, a councillor of state. .Jonathan Rigc^ 

Headuaiter Howard Nevison 

Waiter Ronald Kadeau 

Act III (A gate of Paris, one month later) 

Mimi Sue Leider 

A man Albert De Ruiter 

A woman Nancy Wertsch 

Marcello Hovrard Nevison 

Rodolf Jonathan Rigg 

Musetta Patricia Howatt 

Act IV (The atelier in the attic, three months later) 

Marcello Hov/ard Nevison 

Rodolf o Jonathan Rigg 

Schaunard Dan Eby 

Colline James De Haven 

Musetta Patricia Howatt 

Mimi Judith Blegen 



Musical director for these performances; Martha Massena 
Director of the Opera Department: Martial Sinrher 



THE CURTIS I?:STITUTE OF KUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-19t4 

Student Recital by 

LAMBERT ORKIS, Piano 
JONATHAI^I LYMAIJ RIGG, Tenor 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 29, 19c^ at 5sl5 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Scherzo in E major. Op. 5-^ Frederic Chopin 

£tudes-Tableaux, Op. 33 Sergei Rachmaninoff 

No. 2 in C major 

No. 7 in Eb major 
Toccata in C major, Op. 7 Robert Schumann 

Lambert Orkis 

II 

Ombra mai fu George Frederick Handel 



1 



Jasminenstrauch 

Stille Thranen V Robert Schumann 

Mondnacht J 

OhJ quand j e dors Franz Liszt 

Le manoir de Rosemonde Henri Duparc 

L' invitation au voyage Henri Duparc 

Del cabello mas sutil i „ j t oi. j 

., . > Fernando J. Obradors 

Al Amor 

Jonathan Lyman Rigg 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Rigg: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Orkis: Student of Kirs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS I N S r I T U T E OF M "^ S I C 

Cvirtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 190-1%4. 

Student Recital by 

BOBBIAMl YOUTIG, Soprano 
LAURIE K. SOKOLOFF, Flute 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, February 10, 196^- at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Adagio and Allegro Giovanni Platti 

Syrinx for flute alone Claude Debussy 

Sonata Francis Poulenc 

Allegro nalincolico 
Cantilena 

Presto giocoso 

Laurie M. Sokoloff 

II 

Vado, ma dove? K. 5S3 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

St^ndchen ^ Johannes Brahms 

Liebestreu . 

Er ist' s Robert Schumann 

II pleure dans mon coeur ^ ^-i j n v 

„, ^ , , . ; Claude Debussy 

Chevaux de bois .' 

Leise, leise, fromme Weise Carl Maria von Weber 

from Der Freischutz 

Bobbiann Young 

Miss Sokoloff: Student of Kr. Kincaid 
Miss Young: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964. 

STUDENT CONCERT 

PIANO TRIO 
CHAMBER ENSEMBLE 

under the direction of ^5^. Jascha Brodsky 
Wednesday Afternoon, February 12, 1964 at 5j15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 
Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in Bb major J. S. Bach 

Cjmthia ^i^ld"' y. , Jay Humes ton ^ 

Ann Woodward - James HolesovskyV Violoncello 

Thomas Brennand, Bass Russell Smith J 



II 

Trio in Bb major, Op. 99 (1)696) Franz Schubert 

Allegro moderate 

Andante un poco mosso 
Scherzo: Allegro 

Rondo: Allegro vivace 

Geoffrey Michaels, Violin Jay Humeston, Violoncello 
Barbara Blegen, Piano 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Ciirtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19t3-19b4. 

Student Recital by 

ALLISON LEE, Piano 
GARNELL COPELAND, Organ 

Monday Afternoon, Febrtiary 17, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Choral No. 1 in E major .Cesar Franck 

Le banquet celeste Olivier Messiaen 

Fantasia on the Choral Max Rcger 

"Wie sch'on leucht't uns der Morgenstern" Op. 40, No. 1 
Vivace assai 

Allegro vivace (Fugue) 

Gamell Copeland 

II 

Variations on an Original Theme Johannes Brahms 

Op. 21, No. 1 

Four Excursions , Op. 20 Samuel Barber 

Un poco allegro 
In slow blues tempo 
Allegretto 
Allegro molto 

Allison Lee 

Miss Lee: Stixdent of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Copeland: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTIETH SEASON — 1963-1964 

FACULTY RECITAL by 
MIECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKl. FUmo 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 19. 1964 at 5:15 oVlock 

PROGRAM 

Sonata No. 6, D major, K.284 WolfcaiNC Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro 

Andante (Polonaise en Rondeau) 
Andante (Theme and Variations) 

Sonata, A major. Op. 26, No. 1 Muzio Clementi 

Maesto60 e cantabUe 
Allegro molto 

Sonata No. 50, C major Joseph Haydn 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Allegro molto 

Sonata, Eb major. Op. 7 Ludwic van Beethoven 

Allegro molto e con brio 

Largo, con gran espressione 
AllesTo 

Rondo: Poco allegretto e grazioso 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-196^; 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

by 

RICHARD GIANGIULIO 
EDWIN McCOY 
ROGER PENI'IING 

TRUMPET STUDENTS of MR. KRAUSS 



Assisted by- 
Albert De Ruiter, Ba.ss-baritone 
Eugene Pridonofl', Piano 
Cherry Rhodes, Organ 
Russell Hartenberger, Timpani 
and 
Chamber Ensemble directed by Mr. William Smith 



Friday Afternoon, February 21, 1964, 
at 5:15 o' clock 



PROGRAM 

I 

Voluntary in C ma j or Henry Purcell 

Edvdn McCoy, Richard Giangiulio-Tnmpets 
Cherry Rhodes, Organ 

II 

Aria from Cantata No. 172 Johann Sebastian Bach 

"Heiligste Dreieinigkeit, grosser Gott" 

Albert De Ruiter, Bass-baritone 
Roger Penning, Trumpet Obbligato 
Edwin McCoy, Richard Giangiulio-Trumpets 
Russell Hartenberger, Timpani 
Cherry Rhodes, Organ 

III 

Trumpet Voluntary John Stanley 

Richard Giangiulio, Trumpet 
Cherry Rhodes , Organ 

IV 

Aria from Cantata Ilo. 5 Johann Sebastian Each 

"Verstumme, Hollenheer, verstumrae" 

Albert De Ruiter, Bass-baritone 
Edwin McCoy, Trumpet Obbligato 
Cherry Rhodes, Organ 



.Flor Peeters 



Sonata, Op. 51 

Allegro 

Aria: Adagio 

Finale (Toccato): Vivo 



Richard Giangiulio, Tr\impet 
Eugene Pridonoff , Piano 

VI 

Sonata Alessandro Stradella 

Sinf onia Giuseppe Torelli 

Roger Penning, Trumpet 
Chajnber Ensemble directed by Mr. Smith 



Violins 

Charles Avsharian 
James Haurcr 
Penny Veach 
Hai-eun Hyun 

Continue 

Cherry Rhodes 

Timpani 

Russell Hartenberger 



Violas 

Cynthia Field 
Evelyn Poole 

Violoncellos 

James Holesovsky 
Russell Smith 

Doublebass 

Thomas Brennand 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF ?;US:C 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19o3-1964 

GRADUATION RECITAL 

by 

WILLIAM CAPPS, Horn 
JOHN MELBY, Trombone 
ROGER PENNING, Trumpet 

BRASS ENSEMBLE 

Under the direction of 
Mr. Charles Gusikoff 



Tuesday Afternoon, Febrtiary 25, 1964 
at 5:15 o'clock 



Fanfare for the common man Aaron Copland 

Ensemble 
Directed by Mr. Gusikoff 



VI 



V&vs , the Bringer of War Custave Hoist 

from "The Planets" 

Ensemble 
Directed by Mr. Gusikoff 



Horns 

David Gray 
Richard Dolph 
Nolan Miller 
Daniel Garter 

Trombones 

Roger Jans sen 

Arthur Douglas Wauchope 

Charles Schupak 

John Melby 



Trimpets 

Roger Penning 
Edwin McCoy 
Richard Giangiulio 
Elin Frazier 
Howard Hagge 

Tuba 

James Alligood 

Timpani 

Russell Hartenberger 
Benjamin Harms 



PROGRAM 
I 

Trio for horn, trumpet and trombone. . .Francis Poulenc 
Allegro moderato 
Andante 
Rondeau 

William Capps, Horn 
Roger Penning, Trumpet 
John Melby, Trombone 

Under the direction of Mr. Gusikoff 

II 

Sa Kajeste le Trombone R. Duclos 

Arthur Douglas Wauchope, Trombone 
Michele Levin, Piano 

III 

Sonata for trombone Paul Hindemith 

Allegro moderato maestoso 
Allegretto grazioso 
Allegro pesante 

Allegro moderato maestoso 

John Kelby, Trombone 
Allison Lee, Piano 

IV 

Ballade Eugene Bozza 

Roger Janssen, Trombone 
Nolan Mller, Piano 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-196A 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
RICHARD A. DARNE, Organ 

Student Recital by 

DANIEL 'rfEST EBY, Baritone 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 26, 196A at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in G major Johann Sebastian Bach 

Chorale Prelude.* Johann Sebastian Bach 

"If thou but suffer God to guide thee" (Schiibler) 

Variations sur un noel, Op. 20 .Marcel Dupre 



Theme 

Var.I 

II 

III 

IV 

V 

VI 

VII 

VIII 

IX 

X 

Finale 



Moderate 

Larghetto 

Poco animato 

Cantabile (Canon a 1' octave) 

Vif 

Vivace 

Plus modere (Canon a la quarts et a la quinte) 

Vivace 

Cantabile (Canon a la seconde) 

Anime 

Non troppo vivace (Fugato) 

Presto 



Richard A. Dame 
II 

Pieta , Signore Alessandro Stradella 

Oiseaux, si tous les ans Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Gute Nacht Pranz Schubert 

Die Wetterfahne 

"Deh, vieni alia finestra" Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Don Giovanni's Serenade 

In the Silence of the Night Sergei Rachmaninoff 

Daniel West Eby 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Dame: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Eby. Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTIETH SEA SO N — 1 96 3-1 964 

FACULTY RECITAL by 

EFREM ZIMBALIST, Violin 

Dh. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, February 27, 1961 at 5:15 o'clock 
PROGRAM 



Partita No. 2 Johann Sebastian Bach 

(for violin alone) 
AUemande-Courante-Sarabande-Gigue-Chaconne 



n 

% 

Sonata in G minor Efbem Zimbalist, Jr. 

Moderate 
Grave 

Gioiosamente 



in 

Dance of the Shadows 1 t». ^r 

TT, \7 ■ c .u w7 J r Pacanini-Vocrich 

the Voices of the Woods | 

(Based on Paganini Caprices No. 9 and 13) 

Le Coq d'or (Fantasy) Nicholas Rimsky-Korsakot 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
II J Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 



THE OPERA DEPARTI-IENT 

PRESENTS 

SCENES FROM OPERAS 



(An Open Class of the Opera Workshop) 



Friday Afternoon, February 2o, 1964 
5:15 o' clock 



Werther Jules Massenet 

Act III, Scenes 1 and 2 

The scene is in Weimar, Germany at the begin- 
ning of the 19th Century. 

Charlotte liary Ann Miller 

Sophie Patricia Howatt 

Charlotte, married for some months to a man 
her mother had chosen on her deathbed, is fight- 
ing her growing affection for the poet Werther 
who pursues her with ardent love. The day before 
Christmas she reads once more his letters - he 
had promised that by then he would either have 
cured himself of his love or have committed sioi- 
cide. Charlotte's young sister, Sophie, herself 
secretly in love with Werther, tries to comfort 
her in her anxiety, 

II 

Manon Lescaut Giacomo Puccini 

Act IV 

The scene is in America, middle of the loth 
Centiiry. 

Manon Barbara Haspel 

Chevalier Des Grieux Roy Neal 

Deported from France on moral charges, Manon and 
her faithful lover Des Grieux have sought refuge in 
the wilderness of Louisiana. Overcome by grief, re- 
morse and exhaustion, with all hope for help lost, 
Manon dies in the arms of her beloved Chevalier. 



xll 

Les Contes d' Hoffmann Jacques Offenbach 

Act III 

The scene is in Munich, middle of the 19th 
Century. 

Antonia, an ailing young woman Alice Brady 

Crespel, her father William Workman 

Franz, his old servant Jonathan Rigp 

Hoffmann, a poet in love with Antonia. . .Roy Neal 

Doctor Miracle James De Haven 

The voice of Antonia 's mother. .. .Jjary Ann Miller 
Nicklausse, a friend of Hoffman Daniel Eby 

In her father's house in llunich, Crespel' s daugh- 
ter Antonia, doomed to die of consumption, sings nos- 
talgically of her absent lover Hoffmann. Her dead 
mother had been a famous singer but such a career is 
forbidden to her ailing daughter. The worried father 
tries to keep away from Antonia both her lover and 
Dr. Miracle, the physician responsible for the mother's 
early death. However his servant, the old Franz, deaf 
and beset by artistic delusions, admits Hoffmann into 
the house and later, the dreaded Doctor Miracle him- 
self. The latter, an evil magician, summons Antonia, 
then invisible, for a medical checkup, whereupon he 
conjures up the ghost of her mother, who, appearing to 
the delirious girl, incites her to sing again. Miracle 
drives her into a frenzied singing obsession until shd 
dies of exhaustion in the presence of ■her helpless 
father and lover. 



Director of the Opera Department 
Martial Singher 

Music Director 
Elizabeth Westmoreland 



I 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19^3-19c4 

Student Recital by 

ROY NEAL, Tenor 
CHAMBER ENSEMBLE 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 3, 196A at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Unis des la plus tendre enfance Christophe Gluck 

Recitative and aria of Pylade 
from " Iphigenie en Tauride" 

Am Feierabend Franz Schubert 

Freundliche Vision a Richard Strauss 

Heimliche Auf f orderung >* 

L'alba separa dalla luce I'orabra F. Paolo Tosti 

Vaghissima sembianza Stef ano Donaudy 

La danza Gioacchino Rossini 

Roy Neal 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Septet in Eb, Op. 20 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Adagio - Allegro con brio 
Adagio can ta bile 
Tempo di menuetto 
Tema con variazioni 

Scherzo: Allegro molto e vivace 
Andante con mo to - Presto 

Lynn Blakeslee, Violin Nancy Wenk, Clarinet 
Ann Woodward, Viola V/illiam Winstead, Bassoon 
Jay Humeston, Violoncello William Capps, Horn 
Richard Muehlman, Bass 

Under the direction of Mr. Brodsky 
Mr. Neal: Student of Mr. Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19^3-1964, 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
RONALD KRESSMAN, Organ 

STUDMT RECITAL BY 
RUSSELL SMITH, Violoncello 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 4., 1964. at 5515 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Toccata and Fugue io D minor 

Kyrie, Gott, Helliger Geist ) J. S. Bach 

Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor 

Ronald Kressman 

II 

Concerto in B minor , Op. 104. Anton Dvorak 

Allegro 

Adagio ma non troppo 

Finale: Allegro moderate 

Russell Smith 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Smith: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Kressman: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



1 
i 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF I'lUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19u3-1964 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

WALTER HILLSKAN, Organ 
PETER SERKIN, Piano 

Friday Afternoon, March &, 19bA at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in G major. .. .Johann Sebastian Bach 

Prelude, Adagio and Choral Variations 

on the theme of 'Veni, Creator' ... .Maurice Durufle 

Walter Hillsman 
II 

The "Goldberg" variations Johann Sebastian Bach 

(Aria with thirty variations) 

Peter Serkin 



Mr. Hillsman: Student of Dr. KcCurdy 
Mr. Serkin: Student of Mr. Rudolf Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19t>3-1964 

Student Recital by 

M/VRIOARA TRIFAN, Piano 
HOWARD NEVI SON, Baritone 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 11, 196^ at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in G* minor. .. .Johann Sebastian Bach 
(Well-Tempered Clavichord - Book I) 

Sonata No. 22 in F major. Op. 5'i» • • • Ludwig van Beethoven 
In tempo d'un menuetto 
Allegretto 

Kiarioara Trifan 

II 

Si, tra i ceppi George Frederick Handel 

from "Berenice" 
Tu lo sai Giuseppe Torelli 

Unuberwindlich\ Johannes Brahms 

Verrath -' 

Clouds Ernest Charles 

Sea Fever John Ireland 

Di Provenza il mar- Giuseppe Verdi 

from "La Traviata" 

Howard Nevison 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Trifan: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Nevison: Student of lime. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-196^. 

Student Recital by 

ALICE BRADY, Soprano 

CHARLES WYATT, Flute 

THOMAS WOODHAfIS, Bassoon 

JA^I:S H0LE30VSKY, Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thirrsday Afternoon, March 12, 19t-i at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Bachianas Brasileiras No. 6 .Heitor Villa -Lobos 

for flute and bassoon 
I. Aria (Choro) 
II. Fantasia 

Charles Wyatt and Thomas Woodhams 

II 

Lungi dal ben ch'adoro Bernardo Gaf f i 

James Holesovsky, Violoncello obbligato 

Lied der Mignon y ^^^^^ Schubert 

Rastlose Liebe -' 

Der Ja'ger Johannes Brahms 

Green y Gabriel Faure 

C'est I'extase J 

The Singer Michael Head 

Over the Mountains Roger Quilter 

Alice Brady 

III 

Sonata No. 2 Bohxislav Martinu 

Allegro 
Largo 

Allegro conmodo 

James Holesovsky 

Mr. Wyatt: Student of Mr. Kincaid 

Miss Brady: Student of Mme. Gregory 

Mr. Holesovsky: Student of Mr. Cole 

Mr. Woodhams: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-196A 

Student Recital by 

DUKJU KIM, Piano 
NICOLAS CHUI-IACHENCO, Violin 
MARY ANN MILLER, Mezzo-soprano 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, March 13, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Tu se' morta Claudio Monteverdi 

Laudamus te Johann Sebastian Bach 

from the B minor Mass 

Geoffrey Mchaels, Violin obbligato 



'• * 



Sheherazade Maurice Ravel 

1. Asie 

2. La Flute enchantee 

3. L' Indifferent 

Mary Ann Miller 
II 

Sonata in C major, K.330 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro moderate 
Andante cantabile 
Allegretto 

Three Preludes Frederic Chopin 

1. Op. 2fa, No. 3 in G major 

2. Op. 28, No. 6 in B minor 

3. Ab major (discovered in 1918) 

Dukju Kim 

III 

Concerto No. 1 in D major, Op. 6 Niccolo Paganini 

Allegro maestoso 
Adagio espressivo 

Rondo: Allegro spirituoso 

Nicolas Chumachenco 

Miss Kim: Student of Mr. Serkin 

Miss Miller: Student of Mr. Singher 

Mr. Chumachenco: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF hUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964. 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
IVAN DAVID GRAY, French Horn 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

PAMELA SHAFFER, Violin 
PETER MacKINNON , Flute 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 17, 19c4 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concert-Rondo in Eb major, K.371 W. A. Mozart 

Orchestration completed by Waldemar Spiess 

Ivan David Gray 
Lynn Blakeslee "^ Cynthia Field, Viola 

Geoffrey Michaels \ uiQi^ng James Holesovsky, 
Yumi Ninomiya f Violoncello 

Eliot Chapo J Thomas Brennand, Bass 

Robert Stewart and Philip Alexander, Oboes 

II 

Sonata in A minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

for flute alone 
Allemand e-Corrente-Saraband e-Bour e e Anglai s e 

Peter MacKinnon 

III 

Sonata No. 4 in C minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Siciliano: Largo 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro 

Pamela Shaffer 
James Holesovsky, Violoncello 
Idichele Levin, Piano 



1 



IV 

Caprice for flute alone Paul Jeanj ean 

Peter MacKinnon 

V 

Sonata for horn and piano (1939) Paul Hindemith 

"Ziemlich langsam - Lebhaf t 
Leise bewegt 

Lebhaft - Langsam - Erste Zeitmas 

Ivan David Gray 
Peter Serkin, Piano 



Mr. Gray: Student of I-lr. Jones 
Kiss Shaffer: Student of Mr. Shumsky 
Mr. MacKinnon: Student of Mr. Kincaid 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF h. USIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19:3-19l^ 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

JOAN MONASEVITCH, Soprano 

Wednesday Afternoon, ^'arch lo, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Let the bright Seraphim George Frederick Handel 

from "Samson" 

Joan Monasevitch 
Richard Giangiulio, Trumpet obbligato 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, Piano 

II 

Su le spends del Tebro Alessandro Scarlatti 

Cantata for solo voice, strings, trumpet and 
continue 

Joan Monasevitch 

Geoffrey Michaels, Violin James Holesovsky, 'Cello 

Yumi Ninomiya, Violin Richard Giangiulio, Trumpet 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, Piano 

III 

Fantasia Contrappuntistica Ferruccio Busoni 

Choral Variations on "Ehre sei Gott in der Hohe" 
followed by a quadruple fugue on a fragment of 
Bach for two pianos. 

1. Choral-Variationen; Einleitung -Choral und 

Variationen-Uebergang. 

2. Fuga I. o. Variatio III. 

3. Fuga II. 9. Cadenza 

4. Fuga III. 10. Fuga IV. 

5. Intermezzo 11. Corale 

6. Variatio I. 12. Stretta 

7. Variatio II. 

Richard Goode and Peter Serkin, Pianos 

Mrs. Monasevitch: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Goode and Mr. Serkin: Students 
of Mr. Rudolf Serkin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF KUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-196^ 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

EDl^N SCHI'ECK 

BEtJj;i]v;T].- HARl'IS 

RUSSELL HARTEtJBERGER 

Percussion Students of ViT. Hinger 

Thursday Afternoon, March 19, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Demonstration of Rudiments by Edvdn Schneck 
Explanation by Mr. Hinger 

II 

Partita in E minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Allegro - Allemande - Gigue 

Benjamin Harms, fferimba 
Peter Serkin, Piano 

III 

20^0' s Sortie Alan Abel 

Russell Hartenberger , Snare Drum 

IV 

Double Concerto in D minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

First movement 

Edwin Schneck and Russell Hartenberger, Marimbas 
Peter Serkin, Piano 



V 

Solo for Timpani F. D. Hinger 

Russell Hartenberger 

VI 

Concertino for Marimba , Op. 21 Paul Creston 

First movement 

Edwin Schneck, Marimba 
James De Haven, Piano 

VII 

Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso C. Saint-Saens 

Russell Hartenberger, Marimba 
Peter Serkin, Piano 

VIII 

Percussion Suite Russell Hartenberger 

of Brazilian Folk Songs 

1. Historia de Pescadores 

2. Cancao de ninar 

3. Vamos ver como dobra o sino 
4.. Macumba 

5. Pescaria 

Edwin Schneck 
Benjamin Harms 
Russell Hartenberger 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF r:USIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - lSfc3-196^ 

CRADUATION RECITAL BY 

AIIA SCHAPIRO, Piano 
RICHARD K. MUEKLi'IANN , Doublebass 

Friday Afternoon, March 20, 196-4. at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAl'l 

I 

Concerto in D major Jan Vanhal 

Allegro mod era to (Arranged by Wm. Smith) 
Adagio 

Finale: Allegro moderate 

Hi chard K. Muehlmann 
Peter Serkin, Piano 

II 

Prelude and Fugue in C major. .. .Johann Sebastian Bach 
(Well-Tempered Clavichord, Book II) 

Suite Op. lU Bela Bartok 

Allegretto 
Scherzo 

Allegro molto 
Sostenuto 

Faschingsschwank aus Wien, Op. 26 Robert Schumann 

1. Allegro 

2. Romanze 

3. Scherzino 

4. Intermezzo 

5. Finale 

Ana Schapiro 

Kiss Schapiro: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Mr. Muehlmann: Student of Mr. Scott 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF ^:USIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 19t3-19c4. 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
NANCY '^NK, Clarinet 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

MICHELE LEVIN, Composition 

Monday Afternoon, I-larch 23, 1964. at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Three Reflections for Baritone Michele Levin 

1. The Constant Lover 

2. The Time of Snow 

3. Ride a Wild Horse 

William Workman, Baritone 
The composer at the piano 

II 

Trio for piano, violin and ' cello. .... ..Michele Levin 

Allegro comodo 

Lento - In Memoriam - John F. Kennedy- 
Allegro agitato 

Sergiu Luca, Violin Russell Smith, Violoncello 
The composer at the piano 

III 

Quintet in B minor. Op. 115 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Andantino 
Con moto 

Nancy Wenk 
Geoffrey Michaels, Violin Evelyn Poole, Viola 
Yumi Ninomiya, Violin Russell Smith, Violoncello 

Miss Wenk: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 
Miss Levin: Student of Dr. Giannini 
Quintet; Students of Mr. Brodsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OP MUSIC 

Curtis' Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964. 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

CAROLE CROSBY, Harp 
CHERRY RHODES, Organ 
SUSAN LEIDER, Soprano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 25, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Organ Concerto No. 5 in F major... G. F. Handel 

Larghetto 
Allegro 

Alia siciliana 
Presto 

Cherry Rhodes 
Curtis Orchestra directed by Mr. William Smith 

II 

Motet: Exsultate, jubilate (K.165) W. A. Mozart 

Susan Leider 
Curtis Orchestra directed by Mr. Smith 

III 

Chorale Prelude and Fugue: ^ 

"0 Trauerigkeit, o Herzeleid" w □_„>,_,_ 

Chorale Prelude Op. 122, No. 6 T* ^""^"^^ 

"0 wie selig seid ihr doch, ihr Frommen"^ 

Prelude and Fugue in B minor. .. .Johann Sebastian Bach 

Cherry Rhodes 



IV 



Wonne der Wehmut Ludwig van Beethoven 

Mausf allenspruchlein Hugo Wolf 

Heinem Kinde Richard Strauss 

Die Nachtigall Alban Berg 

Madchenlied Arnold Schonberg 

Susan Leider 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Introduction and Allegro Maurice Ravel 

Carole Crosby 
Ensemble directed by Mr. Smith 

VI 

Salce, salce (The Willow Song).... Giuseppe Verdi 

and Ave Maria from "Otello" 

Susan Leider 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Kiss Rhodes: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Miss Leider: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Crosby: Student of Idss Costello 



THE CURTIS IKSTITUTEt)F MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1%4 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

LYKK BLAKESLEE, Violin 
CYNTHIA J^^ FIELD, Viola 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, liarch 2., 19C4 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in B minor Handel-Casadesus 

Allegro moderate 

Andante ma non troppo 
Allegro molto 

Cynthia Jane Field 

II 

Symphonie Concertante Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

for violin and viola (K.3'-4) 
Allegro maestoso 
Andante 
Presto 

Lynn Blakeslee, Violin Cyr.thia Jane Field, Viola 
Ciirtis Orchestra directed by i ir. V/illiam Smith 

III 

Sonata in D minor. Op. 27, No. 3 Eugene Ysaye 

"Ballade" for violin alone 

Havanaise , Op. a3. Csimille Saint-Saens 

Tzigane. Maurice Ravel 

Lynn Blakeslee 

Miss Field: Student of I'lr. Aronoff 
Miss Blakeslee: Student of Kr. . Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF I, USIG 
Curtis HalX, Fortieth Season - 19'v3-1964 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

CAROL KLINGLER LIGVT, Flute 
RICHARD C. GIAiNGIULIO, Trumpet 

Curtis Orchestra under the direction 
of Mr. William Smith 

Friday Afternoon, April 3, 196^ at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Brandenburg Concerto No. U Johann Sebastian Bach 

Allegro 
Andante 
Presto 

Carol Klingler Light 
L3mn Blakeslee, Violin Charles Wyatt, Flute 

II 

Brandenburg Concerto No. 2. .....Johann Sebastian Bacfi 

Allegro 
Andante 

Allegro assai 

Richard C. Giangiulio 
Charles Avsharian, Violin Charles Wyatt, Flute 
Robert Stewart, Oboe 

III 

Concerto No. 1 in najor, K.313..» W, A. Koiart 

Allegro maestoso 
Adagio non troppo 

Rondo: Teapo di menuetto 

Carol KUngler Ught 

Mrs. Lightt Student of Mr. Klneaid 
Mr. Giangiulio: Student of Mr. Krauss 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
CHARLES AVSHARIAN and JA^ES MAURER 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

YUMI NINGMIYA, YOUNG UCK KIM and SERGIU LUCA 

Students of Mr. Galamian 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 7, 1964- at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in G minor (Devil's Trill).... Tartini-Kreisler 
Larghetto 

Allegro energico 
Grave 

Allegro moderato 

Young Uck Kim 
II 

Concerto No. 5 in A minor, Op. 37. ...Henri Vieuxtemps 
Allegro non troppo 
Adagio 

Allegro con fuoco 

James Maurer 

III 

Concerto in G minor. Op. 26 Majc Bruch 

Prelude: Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Finale: Allegro energico 

Charles Avsharian 



IV 

Introduction and Rondo capriccioso C. Saint-Saens 

Valse sentimentale Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky 

Yiani Ninomiya 

V 

Rondo in C (K.373) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Souvenir de Moscou Henri Vieniawski 

Sergiu Luca 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 

GRADUATION RECITivL BY 
JUDITH EYER BLEGEI^ Soprano 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
BARBARA BLEGEN, Piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 8, 1964, at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

zittre nicht, mein lieber Sohn W. A. Mozart 

from "Die Zauberflbte" 

Heimkehr 

Einkehr 

Sausle, liebe Myrte ^ Richard Strauss 

Schlechtes Wetter 
Schlagende Herzen 

Judith Eyer Blegen 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Sonata in Eb major (K. 282). .. .Wolf gang Amadeus Mozart 
Adagio 

Kenuetto I - Menuetto II 
Allegro 

Children' s Corner Suite Claude Debussy 

1. Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum 

2. Jimbo's Lullaby 

3. Serenade for the ;3oll 
U' The Snow is dancing 

5. The Little Shepherd 

6. Golliwogg's Cake-walk 

Barbara Blegen 



Ill 

Melodies passageres Samuel Barber 

1. Puisque tout passe (Since all things pass) 

2. Un cygne (A swan) 

3. Tombeau dans un pare (Grave in a jjark) 
U' Le clocher chante (The bell tower sings) 
5. Depart (Departiire) 

luce di quest' anima Gaetano Donizetti 

from "Linda di Chamounix" 

Judith Eyer Blegen 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Miss Barbara Blegen: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Miss Judith Blegen: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

PATRICIA HOWATT, Soprano 
IVILLIAM WORKl'iAN, Baritone 

Students of Mr. Singher 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, April 9, 1964. at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 



Hymne au Soleil. 
from "Milton" 



.Gasparo Spontini 



Der Atlas 

Ihr Bild 

Das Fischermadchen 

Die Stadt 

Am Meer 

Der Doppelganger 



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..Franz Schubert 
(Heinrich Heine) 



Poeme d'un jour Gabriel Faure 

(Charles Grandmougin) 

1. Rencontre 

2. Touj ours 

3. Adieu 



V/illiam Workman 



II 

Three songs from "Les Nuits d'ete" Hector Berlioz 

Le Spectre de la rose 
L' Absence 
L'lle inconnue 

^orgen ^ Richard Strauss 

Beim Schlaf engehn / 

Ah, fors ' e lui Giuseppe Verdi 

from "La Traviata" 

Patricia Howatt 

III 

Duo de I'escarpolette 
(Duet of the swing) 

Duetto de I'ane ) ..Andre Messager 

(The donkey ride) 
from "Veronique" 

Miss Howatt and Mr. Workman 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OP MUSlc 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

ELIN FRAZIER, Trimpet 
WILLI^iM WINSTEAD, Bassoon 

Friday Afternoon, April 10, 196A at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Sonata in D major Henry Purcell 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio 

Allegro vivace 

Elin Frazier 
Cherry Rhodes, Organ 

II 

Concerto de Baixb obligat Anselm Viola 

Andante - allegro 
Andante - largo 
Finale: Allegro 

William Winstead 
Barbara Blegen, Piano 

III 

Concerto for triimpet and bassoon.. ... ..Paul Hiodemith 

Allegro spiritoso 

Molto adagio - allegro pesante 
Vivace 

Elin Frazier William Winstead 

Barbara Blegen, Piano 



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IV 

Fugue and finale William Winstead 

Text from Goethe's "Der Zauberlehrling" 

For Mary Shumway 

Barbara Haspel, Soprano 

Lynn Blakeslee\„. ,. William Winstead\_ 

T XI /Violms _, ,1 ju f Bassoons 

Jsunes Maurer -' Thomas Woodhams J 

Elin Frazier, Trumpet 
Carole Crosby and Susanne Rowles, Harps 



Miss Frazier: Student of Mr. Krauss 
Mr. Winstead: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF IIUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - ^963-1964- 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
BARBARA FLORA HA3PEL, Soprano 

STUDHJT RECITAL BY 
ANDREW WOLF, Piano 

Monday Afternoon, April 13, 196/i. at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

My heart ever faithful Johann Sebastian Bach 

Jay Hiuneston, Violoncello obbligato 

Widmung > 

Waldesgesprach I Robert Schumann 

Fruhlingsnacht J 

Recitative and aria from "Medea" ..... .Luigi Cherubini 

Son vinta gial 
Del fiero duol 

Barbara Flora Haspel 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Partita No. 1 in Bb najor Johann Sebastian Bach 

Praeludium Kenuet I 

Allemande Henuet II 

Corrente Gigue 

Sarabande 

Mephisto Waltz Franz Liszt 

Andrew Wolf 

III 

Chanson d ' Avril Georges Bizet 

Mandoline Gabriel Faure 

Three Wesendonck Songs Richard Wagner 

Im Treibhaus 

Schmerzen 

Traume 

Barbara Flora Haspel 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Haspel: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Wolf: Student of Mr. Serkin 



VILLANOVA 
UNIVERSITY 




STUDENT 
COUNCIL 



FALL AND SPRING CONCERT SERIES 



THE CURTIS ORCHESTRA 

WILLIAM SMITH, CONDUCTOR 



IMMACULATA GLEE CLUB 
VILLANOVA SINGERS 



8:30 p. M. 

APRIL 14, 1964 
VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY FIELD HOUSE 



PROGRAM 

1. Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major . . . Johann Sebastian Bach 

2. Divertimento No. 2 in D major Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

3. Cantata No. 4 "Christ lag in Todesbanden" 

Johann Sebastian Bach 

INTERMISSION 

4. "Fanfare for the Common Man" Aaron Copland 

5. Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra with 

Piano Obbligato Ernst Bloch 

6. Roumanian Dances Bela Bartok 



The Curtis Institute 

The Curtis Institute of Music was foimded in 1924. Its founder 
was Mary Curtis Zimbahst. The school was founded with the dedica- 
tion to the following principles: to hand down through contemporary 
masters the great traditions of the past, and to teach students to build 
on this heritage for the future. 

The Curtis Institute has a student body enrollment of approxi- 
mately 120 young musicians, and graduates about 20 each year. 
Graduates in the past forty year history have included: Leonard 
Bernstein, Gian-Carlo Menotti, Samuel Barber, Anna Moffo, and 
Susan Starr. 

Selection of incoming students is conducted by a system of audi- 
tions, and in the case of foreign applicants by tape recordings. Once 
accepted the students attend Curtis on a scholarship basis only. 

Individuals that have taught and are presently teaching at Curtis 
included: Rudolf Serkin, Fritz Reiner, Josef Hoffman, Efrem Zim- 
balist, Sr., Leonard Rose, and Lea Lubasehutz. 



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Immaculata Glee Club 

The Glee Club of Immaculata College has remained an integral 
part of campus activity for nearly half a century. This choral society 
offers to qualified students from all departments of the college the 
opportunity of cultural enrichment through the performance of repre- 
sentative vocal Uterature. Within itself the group contains a few special 
ensembles including the Madrigal Singers and the College Choir. In- 
cluded in recent group activities are broadcasts, recordings, perform- 
ances in the Philadelphia area, and participation in the National 
Catholic Music Educators' Convention at Washington, D. C. These 
singers who perform under the direction of distinguished guest con- 
ductors are trained by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart 
of Mary, who staff Irmnaculata, a hberal arts college for women. 



THE VILLANOVA SINGERS 

The impetus for founding the Villanova Singers came in 1953 from 
Harold Reuschlein, Dean of the Law School of Villanova University. 
Dean Reuschlein directed the Singers until 1957, when he was suc- 
ceeded by Herbert Fiss, a successful college choral director. Rev. 
Edward C. Doherty, O.S.A., energetic moderator of the Singers, pro- 
vides the administrative direction for the club. 

Last season, for the first time, the Singers included several mid- 
western concerts on their itinerary, traveling 4000 miles and singing 
in New York, Washington, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Chicago. 

As part of this season's equally ambitious schedule, the Singers 
presented an Easter Sunday concert to a nation-wide audience over 
the Mutual Broadcasting System. In addition to presenting several 
concerts in both the Philadelphia and New York areas, the club has 
traveled to Boston and Washington and is conducting another mid- 
western tour this season commencing April 15, presenting concerts in 
Columbus, Toledo, Chicago and Detroit. 



Dean of Student Activities Rev. Richard D. Appicci, OSA 

Concert Chairman John Rabenau 

Stage Dennis Addonizio 

Director Concert Series William S. Gross 

Director Public Information Eugene R. Ruane 

Immaculata Glee Club 

Department Head Sister Regina Therese, I.H.M. 

Director Sister Cecile Marie, I.H.M. 

President Juli McKeon 

Villanova Singers 

Director Herbert Fiss 

Moderator Rev. Edward C. Doherty, OSA 

President James Quinn 



Rendezvous at the . . . 

Victor Cafe 

"Known Coast to Coast" for its 
RARE Collection of Classical Music 

1303 DICKINSON STREET 
HO 8-3040 

Fine Italian Cuisine • Cocktails - Wines 

Dinners till 1 A.M. 



For Reservations, Call Armond 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 
GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
H;J-EUN HYUN, violin 

STUDEMT RECITAL BY 

DAVID COLE, Violoncello 
EUGENE PRIDONOFF, Piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 15, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto No. 1 in C major Josef Haydn 

Allegro moderate 
Adagio 

Finale: Presto 

Sonata in G minor Claude Debussy 

Allegro vivo 

Intermede - Fantasque et leger 
Finale: Tres anime 

Hai-Eun Hjrun 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Concerto in Bb Boccherini-Gr'utzmacher 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Rondo: Allegro (Cadenza by Casals) 

David Cole 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 
Etudes Op. 10 Frederic Chopin 



No. 


1 


C major 


No. 


2 


A minor 


No. 


3 


E major 


No. 


U 


Off minor 


No. 


5 


Gb major 


No. 


6 


Eb minor 



No. 


7 


C major 


No. 


8 


F major 


No. 


9 


F minor 


No. 


10 


Ab major 


No. 


11 


Eb major 


No. 


12 


C minor 



Eugene Pridonoff 

Miss Hyun: Student of Mr. Shumsky 
Mr. David Cole: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Pridonoff: Student of Mr. Serkin 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
IIJ Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964 



THE OPERA DEP/iRTJiUIT 

presents 

THE yu\RRIAGE OF FIGARO 

by 
Wolfgang Aaadeus Mozart 



An Opera in Four Acts 
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 
from the original French by Beaunarchais 
English translation by R. and T. Martin 



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Thursday Evening, April 16, 1964- at 7:30 o'clock 

and 
Friday Afternoon, April 17, 1954 at 4:00 o'clock 



Cast in order of appearance 



Figaro, valet to Count Almaviva James De Haven 

affianced to 
Susanna, chambermaid to Countess 

Almaviva .Judith Blegen 

Bartolo, a doctor from Seville Howard Nevison 

Marcellina, his housekeeper Kary Ann Killer 

Cherubino, the Count's page Patricia Kowatt 

Easilio, music master Roy Neal 

Count Almaviva William Workman 

Countess Almaviva Susan Leider 

Antonio, the Count's gardener 

and Susanna's uncle Ronald Nadeau 

Don Curzio, a judge ..Jonathan Rigg 

Barbarina, daughter of Antonio Janet Perry 



- Countrymen and Women - 



Conductor William Smith 

At the piano the Director 

of Musical Studies Elizabeth V/estmoreland 

Producer and Stage Director Mrtial Singher 



The scene is in the Castle of Count Almaviva, 
about tliree leagues from Seville. 



Program notes for The Marriage of Figaro 

First performance of the play by Beaumarchais: 

Paris, April 27, 176U 

First performance of the Mozart Opera: 

Vienna, May 1, 176t 

No better brief outline of the plot of the opera 
can be given than in the words of the author of the 
play. Here is a first draft, by Beaumarchais himself, 
of the story of Le Mariage de Figaro. It corresponds 
in almost every detail with da Ponte's litretto. 

Pre gram of Le Mariage de Figaro 

Figaro, steward at the castle of Aguas Frescas, 
has borrowed ten thousand francs from Marceline, 
housekeeper of Dr. Bartolo, and has given her a note 
promising to repay the money at a certain time or to 
narry her if he should default. Meanwhile, very 
much in love with Susanna, Countess Almaviva's young 
chambermaid, he prepares to marry her: for the Count, 
himself enamored of young Susanna, has favored this 
marriage in the hope that a dovrry he has promised to 
give her vrould enable him to obtain from her in se- 
cret her yielding to the droit du seigneur, a right 
that he had renounced for the benefit of his servants 
when he was married. This little domestic intrigue 
is conducted on behalf of the Count by the rather 
unscrupulous Easile, music-master of the castle. But 
the young and virtuous Susanna believes herself oblig- 
ed to apprise her mistress and her betrothed of the 
Count's gallant intentions, and the Countess, Susanna 
and Figaro band together to foil the plans of the 
lord of the manor. A small page, beloved by every- 
one at the castle but mischievous and overheated, 
like all precocious lads of thirteen or fourteen, 
slips saucily away from his master and by his liveli- 
ness and perpetual thoughtlessness more than once in- 
voluntarily places obstacles in the way of the Count's 
progress, at the same time getting himself into hot 
water, which leads to some very effective incidents 



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in the piece..., The Count, finally perceiving that he 
is being made the victim, but unable to imagine hov/ 
it is being done, resolves upon vengeance by favoring 
Marceline's claims. Thus, desperate because he cannot 
make the young woman his mistress, he tries to marry 
the old one to Figaro, who is distressed by all this. 
But at the moment when Almaviva believes himself a- 
venged, when as first magistrate of Andalusia, he con- 
demns Figaro to marry Marceline that day or pay the 
ten thousand francs - which Figaro cannot possibly do - 
it is revealed that Karceline is Figaro's unknoT^m 
mother. 

This ruins all of the Count's plans and he can- 
not flatter himself ttat he is either fortunate or 
avenged. During this time, the Countess, who has 
not given up the hope of winning back her unfaithful 
spouse by catching him at fault, has arranged with 
Susanna that the latter pretend to grant the Count a 
rendezvous at last in the garden, and that the wife 
appear there in place of the mistress. But an un- 
foreseen incident apprises Figaro of the rendezvous 
granted by his fiancee. Furious because he believes 
himself deceived, he hides at the appointed spot in 
order to surprise the Count with Susanna. While he 
is still raging, he is himself pleasantly surprised 
to discover that the whole affair is only a game be- 
tween the Countess and her chambermaid for the pur- 
pose of fooling the Count; he finally joins in the 
game good-humoredly; Almaviva, convicted of un- 
faithfulness by his wife, throws himself at her 
feet, begs her forgiveness, vjhich she laughingly 
grants him, and Figaro marries Susanna. 



Sets painted by Dedee Massena 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-1964. 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

MARTA GARCIA-RENART , Piano 
JAY HU>ESTON, Violoncello 

Monday Afternoon, April 20, 1964. at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 1 in G major Johann Sebastian Bach 

Adagio 

Allegro ma non tanto 
Andante 

Allegro moderate 

Seven Variations Ludwig van Beethoven 

on "Bei Mannern welche Liebe fuhlen" 
from Mozart's "Magic Flute" 

Jay Humes ton 
Marta Garcia -Renart, Piano 

II 

Adagio in B minor (1783) K 540^ 

Kenuett in D (1790) K355 ^Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Gigue in G (1789) K574 J 

Sonata in C major (la25) Db40 Franz Schubert 

"Unfinished" 

Moderato 
Andante 

Three Preludes (1957) Mario Kuri 

Search 

Romance 

Lament 

Marta Garcia -Renart 

III 

Sonata No. 1 in E minor, Op. 3» Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 

Allegretto quasi menuetto 
Allegro 

Marta Garcia-Renart and Jay Humeston 



Mr. Humeston: Student of Mr. Cole 

Miss Garcia-Renart: Student of Mr. Serkin 

and Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Fortieth Season - 1963-196^ 

GRilDUATION RECITAL BY 
RICHARD GOODE, Piano 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
KEIKO WADA, Violin 
Tuesday Afternoon, April 21, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRaM 
I 

Concerto Gregoriano Ottorino Respighi 

Andante tranquillo 

Andante espressivo e sostenuto 

Finale: Allegro energico [Alleluja] 

Keiko Wada 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Six Bagatelles , Op. 126 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Kreisleriana , Op. 16 Robert Schumann 

Ausserst bewegt 

Sehr innig und nicht zu rasch 

Sehr aufgeregt 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr lebhaft 

Sehr langsam 

Sehr rasch 

Schnell und spielend 

Richard Goode 

III 

CJuartet in C minor, Op. 60 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro non troppo 
Scherzo: Allegro 
Andante 

Finale: Allegro comodo 

Ulf Hoelscher, Violin Jay Humeston, Violoncello 
Geoffrey Michaels, Viola Richard Goode, Piano 

Miss Wada: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. Goode: Student of Mr. Serkin 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTIETH SE A SO N — 1 963 - 1 964 

FACULTY' RECITAL by 
MR. RUDOLF SERKIN. Piano 

Thursday Afternoon, May 7, 1964 at 5:15 o'clock 



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PROGRAM 



Phantasie No. 3 in D minor (K397) ] 
Rondo in D major (K485) ( 



W. A. Mozart 



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Sonata in A major. Op. posth. 'D959» . 

Allegro 

Andantino 

Scherzo: Allegro vivace 
Rondo: Allegretto 



Franz Schubert 



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Sonata in C major. Op. 53 "Waldstein" 

Allegro con brio 

Introduztone: Ada^o molto-Rondo: Allegretto moderato 



L. V.4N Beethoven 



THE 

CURTIS 
INSTITUTE 

OF 

MUSIC 

PHILADELPHIA 




Thirty-first Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May Ninth 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-four 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 



ORGAN PRELUDES 

Vater unser im Himmelsreich j 

Jesu, meine Freude | . . . Johann Sebastian Bach 

Erbarm' dich mein, o Herre Gott J 

"0 Welt, ich muss dich lassen" Johannes Brahms 



GRADUATE PROCESSION 

March on a Theme by Handel 

Alexander McCurdy, Mus.D. 

INTRODUCTION 
President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist, Mus.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

ADDRESS 

I. M. Levitt, B.S. in M.E., M.A., Ph.D., D.Sc. 
Director, The Pels Planetarium, of The Franklin Institute 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist 
Director, Efrem Zimbalist, Mus.D. 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 
The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grand piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



Judith Ever Blecen 
Susan Charlotte Leider 



Marta Garcia-Renart 
Ana Schapiro 



George Wayne Decker 



Charles Haic Avsharlan 



DIPLOMAS 
Voice 

Piano 

Organ 
Violin 



Barbara Flora Haspel 
Bobbie Ann Young 



Richard Stephen Goode 
Peter Adolf Serkin 



Ronald E. Kressman 



Hai-eun Hyun 



EuN W. Frazier 



Violoncello 
Edward Judson Humeston III 

Bassoon 

WiLUAM 0. WiNSTEAD 

Trumpet 

Richard Cecil Giangiulio 
Edwin F. McCoy 

Flute 
Carol Kungler Light 

French Horn 
William M. Capps 

Trombone 
John Bethune Melby, Jr. 

Double Bass 
Richard K. Muehlmann 



DEGREES IN COURSE 



BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Violin 
Lynn Hovey Blakeslee James Carl Maurer 

Viola 
Cynthia Jane Field 

Piano 
Joan Norma Dolgonos 

Harp 
Carole Crosby 

Organ 
Richard Alan Darne Walter Lee Hillsman 

Cherry Rhodes 

Clarinet 
Nancy Lou Wenk 

French Horn 
Richard M. Dolph Ivan David Gray 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole, B.M. 



Assistant Marshals 
Ronald Nadeau Roy Neal 

Jonathan Rico " Russell Smith 



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La Salle College Concert and Lecture Series 

presents 

The Opera Department 
of 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

in Mozart ' s 



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La Salle College Union 



Thursday, October 29,''?^'/ 



8:30 P.M. 



THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO 

An Opera in Four Acts 

Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte 

from the original French by Beaumarchais 

English translation by R. and T. Martin 

There will be One Intermission, between Acts Two and Three 

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Cast in order of appearance 

FIGARO, valet to Count Almaviva James de Haven 

affianced to 
SUSANNA, chambermaid to Countess Almaviva. Joan Monasevitch 

BARTOLO, a doctor from Sevilla Howard Nevison 

MA^CELLINA, his housekeeper Mary Ann Miller 

CHERUBINO, the Count 's page Patricia Howatt 

BASILIO, music master Jonathan Rigg 

COUNT ALMAVIVA William Workman 

COUNTESS ALMAVIVA Nancy Wertsch 

ANTONIO, the Count's gardener and 

Susanna's uncle Ronald Nadeau 

DON CURZIO, a judge Jonathan Rigg 

BARBARINA, daughter of Antonio Janet Perry 

- Countrymen and Women - 

Conductor William Smith 

At the piano, the Director of Musical Studies, 

Elizabeth Westmoreland 

Producer and Stage Director Martial Singher 

The scene is in the Castle of Count Almaviva, about three 

leagues from Sevilla. 



PROGRAM NOTES FOR THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO 

First performance of the play by Beaumarchais : 

Paris, April 27, 1784 

First performance of the Mozart Opera: 

Vienna, May 1, 1786 

No better brief outline of the plot of the opera can be given 

than in the words of the author of the play. Here is a first 

draft, by Beaumarchais himself, of the story of Le Mariage de 

Figaro. It corresponds in almost every detail with da Ponte's 

libretto. 

Figaro, steward at the castle of Aguas Frescas, has 
borrowed ten thousand francs from Marceline, housekeeper of 
Dr. Bartolo, and has given her a note promising to repay the 
money at a certain time or to marry her if he should default. 
Meanwhile, very much in love with Suzanne, Countess Almaviva's 
young chambermaid, he prepares to marry her; for the Count, 
himself enamored of young Suzanne, has favored this marriage 
in the hope that a dowry he has promised to give her would 
enable him to obtain from her in secret her yielding to the 
droit du seigneur, a right that he had renounced for the 
benefit of his servants when he was married. This little 
domestic intrigue is conducted on behalf of the Count by the 
rather unscrupulous Basile, music -master of the castle. 

But the young and virtuous Suzanne believes herself 
obliged to apprise her mistress and her betrothed of the 
Count's gallant intentions, and the Countess, Suzanne and 
Figaro band together to foil the plans of the lord of the 
manor. A small page, beloved by everyone at the castle but 
mischievous and overheated, like all precocious lads of 
thirteen or fourteen, slips saucily away from his master and 
by his liveliness and perpetual thoughtlessness more than 
once involuntarily places obstacles in the way of the Count's 
progress, at the same time getting himself into hot water, 
which leads to some very effective incidents in the piece. . . 



The Count, finally perceiving that he is being made the 
victim, but unable to imagine how it is being done, resolves 
upon vengeance by favoring Marceline's claims. Thus, de- 
sperate because he cannot make the young woman his mistress , 
he tries to marry the old one to Figaro, who is distressed by 
all this. But at the moment when Almaviva believes himself 
avenged, when, as first magistrate of Andalusia, he condemns 
Figaro to marry Marceline that day or pay the ten thousand 
francs --which Figaro cannot possibly do--it is revealed that 
Marceline is Figaro's unknown mother. 

This ruins all of the Count's plans and he cannot flatter 
himself that he is either fortunate or avenged. During this 
time, the Countess, who has not given up the hope of winning 
back her unfaithful spouse by catching him at fault, has 
arranged with Suzanne that the latter pretend to grant the 
Count a rendezvous at last in the garden, and that the wife 
appear there in place of the mistress. But an unforeseen 
incident apprises Figaro of the rendezvous granted by his 
fiancee. Furious because he believes himself deceived, he 
hides at the appointed spot, in order to surprise the Count 
with Suzanne. 

While he is still raging, he is himself pleasantly sur- 
prised to discover that the whole affair is only a game be- 
tween the Countess and her chambermaid for the purpose of 
fooling the Count; he finally joins in the game good-humor- 
edly; Almaviva, convicted of unfaithfulness by his wife, 
throws himself at her feet, begs her forgiveness, which she 
laughingly grants him, and Figaro marries Suzanne. 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF i'lUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-firs o Season - 1964.-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

EVELYN JACOBS, Viola 
NOLAN MILLER, Horn 

Friday Afternoon, January 15, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

Miss Marion Zarzeczna at the piano 

PROGRAM 

I 

Trio for piano, clarinet and viola, K^98 .. .W. A. Mozart 
Andante 
Menuetto 

Rondo: Allegretto 

Evelyn Jacobs , Viola 
Stanley Weinst©in, Clarinet Kyung Sook Lee, Piano 

II 

Sonata for horn and piano (1939) Bernhard Heiden 

Moderate 

Tempo di minuetto 
Rondo: Allegro 

Nolan Miller, Horn 

III 

Mar chenbilder , Op. 113 Robert Schumann 

1. Nicht schnell 

2. Lebhaft 

3. Rasch 

U. Langsam, mit melancholischem Ausdruck 

Evelyn Jacobs, Viola 

IV 

Quintet in Eb for horn and strings, K4-07 .. .W. A. Mozart 
Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 

Nolan Miller, Horn 
Ulf Hoelscher, Violin Ann Woodward, Viola 

Evelyn Jacobs, Viola Russell Smith, Violoncello 

Mrs. Jacobs: Student of Kr. Aronoff 
Mr. Miller: Student of Mr. Jones 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

CURTIS HALL, FORTY-FIRST SEASON — 1 964- 1965 

FACULTY RECITAL by 

MR. ROGER SCOTT, Double Bass 

Mr. William Smith at the Piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 10, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

Program of music drawn from the recently 

acquired Anton Torello Collection of 

music for the Double Bass 



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PROGRAM 



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Largo, Sarabande and Gavotte Arcancelo Corelli 

for Violin and Double Bass arranged by Anton Torello 
Assisted by Geoffrey Michaels, Violin 

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Sonata Jean Baptiste Loeillet 

Largo-Allemande-Gavotte-Gigue 

in 

Per questa bella mano Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Aria for Bass with Double Bass obbligato 

Assisted by William Workman, Baritone 

TV 

Gavotte-Caprice / 

Habanera No. 2 ( Anton Torello 

Chanson Triste / 

VaUe Miniature \ S^'"^*^ Koussevitzky 

V 

Fantasy in D Anton Torello 



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THE CURTIS Ii:STITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - lo6^-1965 

STUDEi^T RECITAL BY 
Percussion Students of Mr. Hinger 

EDVrrN SCHNECK 
RUSSELL HARTOBERGER 
BENJAMIN HARllS 

Assisted by Anire\%' '.ifolf , Piano 
Charles V/yatt, Flute 
Curtis Ensemble directed by Mr. William Smith 

Friday Afternoon, February 19, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Fugue from Sonata No. 3 in A minor J. S. Bach 

N^rimba Solo 

Adventures for one Stem 

Percussion Solo 

Scherzo-Tarantelle Wieniawski 

Marimba and Piano 

Edwin Schneck 

II 

Partita No. 2 in D minor J. S. Bach 

Allemande-Corrente-Sarabande-Giga-Ciaccona 

Russell Hartenberger, Marimba 

III 

Sonata in D major Telemann 

Marimba and Flute 

Siciliano and Rigaudon Francoeur-Kreisler 

Marimba and Piano 

Concerto for percussion and small orchestra. . .Mi Ihaud 

Benjamin Harms 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Seaso-.i - 1964.-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

NANCY JEANE '.VERTSCH, Soprano 
hl-YOUt.'G PARK, Violin 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 2U, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
PROGRAM 
I 

Tu nancavi a tormentarmi ffercantonio Cesti 

Abendempf indxmg Wolfgang Aicadeus Mozart 

Der Mond Felix Mendelssohn 

Die drei Zigeuner Franz Liszt 

Nancy Jeane Wertsch 

II 

Concerto No. 1 in D major Paganini-V.'ilhelmj 

Allegro maestoso 

Mi -Young Park 

III 

II pleure dans mon coeur --_ ^^^^^^ ^^ 

Voici que le printemps 

La ma ja y el ruisenor Enrique Granados 

Nancy Jeane Wertsch 

Miss Park: Student of Vx. Zimbalist 
Miss VJertsch: Student of Vx. Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - l°6/i^-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

ARNOLD OSTLK.'D, Jr., Organ 
STRING QUARTET 

Friday Afternoon, February 26, 196^^ at 5:15 o'clock 

FROGRAl-1 

I 

Wir glauben all' an einen Gott. . . Johann Sebastian Bach 

Svdte, Op. 5 Maurice Duruf le 

Prelude 

Sicilienne 

Toccata 

Arnold Ostlund 

II 

String quartet in QH minor Ludwig van Beethoven 

Op. 131 
Adagio ma non troppo e nolto espressivo 
Allegro molto vivace 
Allegro moderato 

Andante ma non troppo e molto cantafcile 
Presto 

Adagio quasi un poco andante 
Allegro 

Young Uck Kim-i y.^,. Ulf Hoelscher, Viola 

Ixsnx Ninomiya/ ' James Holesovsky, Violoncello 



Mr. Ostlund: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Quartet: Students in Chamber Music of Ilr. Erodsky 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

GEOFFREY MICHAELS, Violin 
RUSSELL SMITH, Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 2, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite No. 2 in D minor Johann Sebastian Bach 

for unaccompanied violoncello 

Praeludium-Allemande-Courante-Sarabande 
Menuetto I-Menuetto II-Gigue 

Russell Smith 

II 

Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 Antonin Dvorak 

Andante 

Andante cantabile 
Allegro risoluto 

Geoffrey Michaels 

III 

Concerto in A minor. Op. 129... Robert Schumann 

Nicht zu schnell 
Langsam 

Sehr lebhaft 

Russell Smith 

IV 

Recitative and Scherzo-Caprice Fritz Kreisler 

for violin alone 

Concert phantasy Ef rem Zimbalist 

on Rimsky-Korsakov' s "Le coq i'or" 

Geoffrey Michaels 

Mr. Smith: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Michaels: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964.-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

JAMES De HA\^', Bass-Baritone 

STUDH^T RECITAL BY 

LAURIE SOKOLOFF, Flute 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 3, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAII 
I 

Un bacio di mano Wolfgang Aaadeus Mozart 

Vier ernste Gesange, Op. 121..... Johannes Brahms 

1. Denn es gehet 3. Tod, vie bitter bist du 

2. Ich wandte mich U' Wenn ich mit Menschen 

James De Haven 
II 
Siciliano Johann Sebastian Bach 

fT.l^\r . > Andre Caplet 

Petite Valse/ ^ 

Sonata. . , Paul Hindemith 

Heiter bewegt 
Sehr langsam 
Sehr lebhaft 
Marsch 

Laurie Sokoloff 

III 

Le Vallon Charles Gounod 

Viensi Une flute invisible soupire Andre Caplet 

Laurie Sokoloff, Flute obbligato 

Song of the Flea Ludwig von Beethoven 

Edward ,,,,.. Carl Loewe 

Roaanze Robert Schumann 

(From Spanisches Liebeslieder) 
Piano duet accompaniment, MrSc Sokoloff assisting 

Anakreon ' s Grab Hugo Wolf 

Zueignung , Richard Strauss 

James De Haven 

Miss Sokoloff: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
Mr. De Haven: Student of Mr. Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1962^-1965 

STUDEKT RECITAL BY 

PAUL aINDT, Violin 
PETER R. MacKINNON, Piccolo 

Assisted by Edwin Schneck, Timpani 
Russell Hartenberger, Marimba 
String Orchestra directed by Mr. William Smith 

Friday Afternoon, March 5, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Concerto in C major for Piccolo Antonio Vivaldi 

and String Orchestra 

Peter R. MacKinnon 

II 

Concerto in F# minor, Op. 23 Heinrich Ernst 

(In one movement) 

Paul Windt 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Gebet von dem Tripel Konzert Peter R. MacKinnon 

fur kleine Flote, Pauken, Marimba 
und Stre ichor Chester, Op. 6 

Peter R. MacKinnon 



Mr. Windt: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. MacKinnon: Student of Mr. Kincaid 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season — 1964-1965 

FACULTY RECITAL BY 
MR. RUDOLF SERKIN 

Monday Afternoon, March 8, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 
PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 3 in F minor. Op. 14 Robert Schomann 

"Concert sans orchestre" 
Allegro briUante 

Scherzo: Molto commodo 

Quasi Variazioni (Andantino de Clara Wieck) 
PrestissLmo possibile 

n 

Sonata in A major. Op. 101 Lndwig van Beethoven 

Etwas lebhaft, und mit der innigstea Empfindnng 
Lebhaft, Marschmassig 

Langsam nnd sehnsnchtsyoll 

Ceschwinde, doch nicht zu sehr, nnd mit Entschlossenlieit 

m 

17 Variations serieuses. Op. 54 Felix Mendelssohn 

Barcarolle, Op. 60 ) t^ - j - • /-t^ • 

Bolero, Op. 19 j Frederic Chopm 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE. OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
ROGER M. JANSSEN, Trombone 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
Brass Students of Mr. Charles Gusikoff 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 10, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Piece in E^ J. Ed. Barat 

(Freely transcribed for Bass Trombone 
by Charles Gusikoff) 

Charles Schupak, Bass Trombone 
Benjamin Harms, Piano 

II 

Sonata A. Douglas Wauchope 

III. Allegro non troppo 

A. Douglas Wauchope, Trombone 
Michele Levin, Piano 

III 

Sonata Paul Hindemith 

I. Allegro pesante 

III. Variation: Moderate commodo 

James Alligood, Tuba 
Lambert Orkis, Piano 

IV 

Deux danses Jean-Michel Defay 

Danse sacree-Danse profane 

Roger M. Janssen, Trombone 
Kyung Sook Lee, Piano 




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Ach, mein Sohn Absalom Heinrich Schiitz 

Daniel West Eby, Baritone 

Richard Alexander, Organ 

Trombone Quartet and Tuba 

VI 

Closing scene, Act III, Die Walkure. .. .Richard Wagner 
Wotan's Farewell and Magic Fire Spell 
(Freely transcribed for Curtis Brass Ensemble 
by Charles Gusikoff ) 

Daniel West Eby, Baritone 
Curtis Brass Ensemble 



French Horns 

Richard Dolph 
David Burstyn 
Daniel Carter 
Samuel Gindin 



Trumpets 

Howard Hagge 
Lanny Doster 
Richard Cooper 
David Drews 
Daniel Forlano 



Bass Trumpet 
Roger M. Jans sen 



Trombones 

Roger M. Janssen 
John Kelly 
Charles Schupak 
A. Douglas Wauchope 

Tuba 

James Alligood 

Harp 

Frances Cohen 

Timpani 

Russell Hartenberger 

Percussion 

Benjamin Harms 
Edwin Schneck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964.-1965 

Curtis Chamber Orchestra Ensemble 
Directed by Mr. William Smith 

Thursday Afternoon, March 11, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAJ'. 

I 
Serenade , Op. 7 Richard Strauss 

Flutes Oboes Clarinets 

Laurie Sokoloff Robert Stewart Stanley Weinstein 
Peter MacKinnon Philip Alexander Joseph Smith 

Bassoons Horns 

Thomas Woodhams Richard Dolph 
Bonnie Wolfgang Samuel Gindin 

E^niel Carter 

Contra bassoon David Burstyn 
Charles Holdeman 



II 

Konzertantes Quartet, K.V.Anh. 1, 9......W. A. Mozart 

for solo winds and chamber orchestra 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Andantino con variazioni 

Robert Stewart, Oboe Thomas Woodhams, Bassoon 
John Koljonen, Clarinet Daniel Carter, Horn 




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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964.-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL Bt 
MARIOARA TRIFAN , Piano 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
CARNELL COPELAND, Organ 

Monday Afternoon, March 15, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Piigue in G major Johann Sebastian Bach 

(A la gigue) 

Choral No. 2 in B minor. Cesar Franck 

Introduction and Variations Leo Sowerby 

on an original theme 

Garnell Copeland 

II 

Sonata No. 6, Op. 82 .....Serge Prokofiev 

Allegro moderato 
Allegretto 

Tempo di valzer lentissino 
Vivace 

Marioara Trifan 



Miss Trifan: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Copeland: Stvident of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
LA>'iBERT ORKIS, Piano 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
KEIKO WADA, Violin 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 16, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata No. 27 in E minor. Op. 90 L. van Beethoven 

Mit Lebhaf tigkeit und durchaus mit Empfindung 

und Ausdruck 
Nicht zu geschvrLnd vnd sehr singbar vorgetragen 

Etudes, Op. 25 Frederic Chopin 

5. E minor 

8. Db major 

9. Gb major 

Lambert Orkis 
II 

Poeme Ernest Chausson 

Carmen Fantaisie. Bizet-Sara sate 

Keiko Wada 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

III 

Visions fugitives , Op. 22 Serge Prokofiev 

"In every fugitive vision I see worlds 
full of changing play of rainbow hues." 

Konstantin Balmont 
1. Lentamente 17. Poetico 

6. Con eleganza 10. Ridicolosamente 
16. Dolente 5. Molto giocoso 

Preludes, Op. 34 Dmitri Shostakovich 

5. D major 13. F»* major 

10. C# minor 15. Db major 

Islamey Mily Balakirev 

(Fantaisie orientale) 

lAmbert Orkia 

Miss Wada: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. Orkis: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

DANIEL WEST EBY, Baritone 
DALE GOLD, Double Bass 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 17, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

"Dall'ondoso periglio" George Frederick Handel 

Recitative and aria from Giulio Cesare 

Die Krahe \ ^Tanz Schubert 

Letzte Hoffnung'' 

Don Quichotte a Dulcinee Maurice Ravel 

Chanson romanesque 
Chanson epique 
Chanson a boire 

Daniel West Eby 

II 

Sonata Johann Ernst Galliard 

Lento 
Allegro 

Andante teneramente 
Allegro spiritoso 

Dale Gold 

III 

Dover Beach, Op. 3..... Samuel Barber 

for voice and string quartet 

Daniel West Eby 
Ulf Hoelscher\ Yioiins Karen Phillips, Viola 
lumi Ninomlya/ James Holeacvsky, Violoncello 

Mr. Gold: Student of Mr. Scott 
Mr. Eby: Student of Mme. Gregory 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 106A-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

PAKELA SHAFFER, Violin 
ANN WOODWARD, Viola 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, March 19, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Stdte No. 1 in G major .Johann Sebastian Bach 

for viola alone 

Prelude-Allemande-Coiirante-Sarabande 
Menuetto I-Menuetto II-Gigue 

Ann Woodward 

II 

Suite for Viola and Piano (1959) Henry Woodward 

Prologue-Episode-Aria -Scherzetto-Epilogue 

Ann Woodward 
III 

Poena Ernest Chausson 

Pamela Shaffer 
IV 

Concerto No. 5 in A major, K219 W. A. Mozart 

Allegro aperto 
Adagio 

Tempo di Menuetto 

Pamela Shaffer 
Chamber Orchestra conducted by Vs. William Smith 

MJ.SS Woodward: Student of Mr. Aronoff 
Miss Shaffer: Student of Kr. Shumsky 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

BONNIE WOLFGANG, Bassoon 
THOMAS BRENNAND, Double Bass 

Monday Afternoon, March 22, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in G minor Giorgio Antoniotto 

Adagio molto sostenuto 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Moderato 

Concerto in F# minor, Op. 3 Sergei Koussevitzky 

I. Allegro 

Thomas Brennand, Double Bass 
Eugene Pridonoff , Piano 

II 

Sonata in C major ....Johann Friedrich Fasch 

Largo 
Allegro 
Andante 

Allegro assai 

Bonnie Wolfgang, Bassoon 
Eugene Pridonoff, Piano 
Thomas Brennand, Basso continue 

III 

Trio for Flute , Bassoon Ludvdg van Beethoven 

and Piano (without opus number, ca. 1786) 
Allegro 
Adagio 

Thema andante con variazioni 

Bonnie Wolfgang, Bassoon 

Laurie Sokoloff , Flute 

Eugene Pridonoff, Piano 

Mr. Brennand: Student of Mr. Scott 
Miss Wolfgang: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 



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THE CURTIS I N S ? I •. U T E 01' M U S j." C 

Curtis Hall, Forty-fi^ bc Season - 19o4.-19o5 

GRADUATION R'^CIiAL BY 
Patricia Howatt, Soprano 

STUDEIT RECITAL BY 
John A. Koljonen, Clr.rinet 
and Students of Mr. Broislcy- in Chamber Music 

Dr. Vladinii* Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 24., 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Un moto di gioja ) 

n fft *.*.• -i ' U4 . ^ Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Zeffiretti lusinghierx \ ^ - 

From "Idomeneo" 

So anch ' io la virtu - Gaetano Donizetti 

Norina's cavatina from "Don Pasquale" 

Patricia Howatt 

II 

Concerto for Clarinet, Op. 57 Carl Nielsen 

John A. Koljonen 
J. Russel Hartenburger, Percussion 

Ariettes oubliees Claude Debussy 

1. C'est I'extase 4« Chevaux de bois 

2. II pleure dans mon coeur 5^ Green 

3. L' ombre des arbres 6. Spleen 

Patricia Howatt 

IV 

Trio in D minor, Op. U9 Felix Mendelssohn 

Molto allegro agitato 

Andante con moto tranquillo 
Scherzo: Leggiero e vivace 

Finale: Allegro assai appassionato 

Eliot Chapo, Violin Robert Marcus, Violoncello 
Allison Lee, Piano 

Miss Howatt: Student of Mir. Singher 
Mr. Koljonen: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 



THE CURTIS INSTIlUTEOr' MUFIu 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196/i-1965 

STUDENT REGIT a BY 

Charles Wyatt, Flute 
Nicolas ChunHchenco, Violin 

Thursday Afternoon, March 25, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata for flute Benedetto Marcello 

Adagio [ Andantino"* 
Allegro 
Largo 
Allegro 

Charles Wyatt 
Barbara Blegen, Piano 

II 

Concerto in A minor. Op. 82 Alexander Glazounov 

( played without pause) 
Moderato 
Andante 
Allegro 

Nicolas Chumachenco 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff, Piano 

III 

Sonata in D major, Op. 9U .....Serge Prokofiev 

Andantino 

Allegretto scherzando 
Andante 

Allegro con brio 

Charles Wyatt 
Barbara Blegen, Piano 

Mr. Wyatt: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
Mr. ChiBnachenco: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - l%/,-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

Robert Stewart 
Philip Alexander 
Jon Peterson 

Oboe Students of Mr. de Lancie 

Friday Afternoon, March 26, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Sxiite pastorale ..«...« Louis Bas 

Robert Stewart 
Oboe 
Philip Alexander 
English horn 

II 
Partita Jan Koetsier 

Philip Alexander - English horn 
Arnold Ostlund - Organ 

III 
Don Ouijote y Dulcinea Gyorgy Ranki 

Robert Stpvart - Oboe 
Kjmng Sook Lee - Harpsichord 

IV 
Sonata en trio George Frederick Handel 

Robert Stewart - Oboe 

Jon Peterson - Oboe 

Philip Alexander - English horn 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE Cf MU:iC 
Curtis Hall, Fortj-first Season - 1964.-1965 

GRADUATION.' RECIT/i BI 
BARBARA BLEGEH, Piano 

STUDENT RECITAL BI 
ALICE EUDY, Soprano 

Monday Afternoon, March 29, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Seven Sonatas ..Domenico Scarlatti 

a. C aajor e. G major 

b. C aajor f. D minor 

c. C# minor g. A major 

d. D major 

Barbara Blegen 
II 

Casta diva Vincenzo Bellini 

Recitative and aria from "Norma" 

Meinem Kinde » Richard Straxiss 

Wie soil ten wir geheim / 

Automne ^ 

Clair de lune \ .....Gabriel Faure 

Fle\jr jetee J 

Alice Brady 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , Piano 

III 
Fantasies, Op. 116. .Johannes Brahms 

1. Capriccio: Presto energico 

2. Intermezzo : Andante 

3. Capriccio: Allegro passionato 

4. Intermezzo: Adagio 

5. Intermezzo: Andante con grazia 

6. Intermezzo: Andantino teneramente 

7. Capriccio: Allegro agitato 

Barbara Blegen 

Miss Blegen: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Miss Brady: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUVE OF MUSIJ 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1064-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

DUKJU KIM, Piano 
DAVID COLE, Violoncello 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 30, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op. 35...P. Tchaikovsky 

David Cole 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , Piano 

II 

French Suite No. 5 in G major... Johann Sebastian Bach 

Allemande 

Courante 

Sarabande 

Gavotte 

Loure 

Gigue 

Ballade in G minor. Op. 23 Frederic Chopin 

Dvjkju Kim 



Mr, Cole: Student of Mr. Orlando Cole 
Miss Kim: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MU£:C 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - l%/*-"'9o5 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
JONATHAN RIGG, ^enor 

STUDDJT RECITAL BY 
LINDA I. JONAS, Flute 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Wednesday Afternoon, March 31, 196$ at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Where'er you walk George Frederick Handel 

Aria from "Semele" 

Geheimes 

Vfendrers Nachtlied 

Auf dem See S Franz Schubert 

Ganymed 

Der Doppelganger 

Jonathan Rigg 
II 

Senate No. 1 in B minor ..Johann Sebastian Bach 

Andante 

Largo e dolce 
Presto 

Night Soliloquy. Kent Kennan 

Linda I. Jonas 
III 

"Un dl all'azzurro spazio" ttaberto Giordano 

Chenier's Improvisation from Andrea Chenier 

Lyde Reyiialdo Hahn 

Le Balcon Claude Debussy 

Rain Has Fallen > S^^^ ^^^^ 

Sleep Nov.. ^p^^ ^^ j^^^ j 

I Hear an Army. J 

Jonathan Rigg 



Miss Jonas: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
Mr. Rigg: Student of Mr. Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

THOMAS DAVID WOODHAMS, Baasoon 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 
JAMES HOLESOVSKY, Violoncello 

Thursday Afternoon, April 1, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concertino for bassoon and string trio, ♦, Wilson Coker 

Thomas David Woodhams 

Geoffrey Michaels, Violin Evelyn Jacobs, Viola 

James Holesovsky, Violoncello 

II 

Elegie, Op. 2U Gabriel Faure 

At ttie Fountain, Op. 20, No. 2 Charles Davidov 

James Holesovsky 
Kyung Sock Lee, Piano 

Sonata, Op. 8 Zoltan Kodaly 

(For violoncello alone) 

Allegro maestoso ma appassionato 

James Holesovsky 

III 

Concertino, Op. 4,5, No. k Lars-Erik Larsson 

Thomas David Woodhams 
Kyung Sook Lee, Piano 

IV 

Symphonie concertante, Op. 84 Joseph Haydn 

for violin, violoncello, oboe, bassoon 
and chamber orchestra 

Thomas David Woodhams 
JancE Holesovsky 
Geoffrey Michaels, Viclm Robert Stewart, Oboe 
Cvirtis Orchestra conducted by Mr. William Smith 



Mr. Holesovsky: Student of Mr. Cole 
Mr. Woodhams: Student of Mr. Schoenbach 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196-^-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

JANET PERRY, Soprano 
ROBERT MARCUS, Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, April 2, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in B ninor. Op. 10^4. Antonin Dvorak 

Allegro 
Adagio ma non troppo 

Finale: Allegro moderate 

Robert Marcus 

II 
Sebben sente Antonio Vivaldi 

Die Sprode "j 

Die Bekehrte > Htigo Wolf 

Er ist's J 

Paysage sentimental 1 Claude Debussy 

Fantoches ^ 

Una voce p)oco fa« Gioacchino Rossini 

Cavatina from "II barbiere di Siviglia" 

Janet Perry 



Mr. Marcus: Student of Mr. Cole 
Miss Perry; Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Ciirtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196;i-1965 

STUDaiT REGITAJ. BY 

KYUriG SOOK LEE, Piano 
MARY LOU FALCONE, Mezzo-Soprano 

Monday Afternoon, April 5, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Ah.' rendimi from "Mitrane" Francesco Rossi 

Chi vuol la zingarella Giovanni Paisiello 

Chanson triste Heni'i Duparc 

Mandoline Gabriel Faxire 

When I bring to you colour 'd toys J. A. Carpenter 

Three Songs for Voice and Piano 

Po^« «««-= Ar.,r^ Edna St. Vincent Mi Hay 

Raixn comes dovra , „» r, . ^ t • 1 

Mariposa ^"'^ ^^^"* Zimbalist 

One, two, three 

Mary Lou Falcone 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff , Piano 

II 

Sonata in G major (K.A71) Domenico Scarlatti 

Sonata in G major (K.^27) 

Impromptu, Op. posth.U.2, No. 3 (D935)...Franz Schubert 

Gnomenreigen .Franz Liszt 

Kjamg Sook Lee 



Miss Lee: Student of Mr. Horszowski 
Miss Falcone: Student of Vine. Gregory 



THE CDRTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

ADRIQINE MILLER 
YUMI NDJOMIYA 
YOUNG UCK KIM 
ULF HOELSCHER 

Violin Students of Mr. Galamian 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 
Tuesday Afternoon, April 6, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Syiq)honle espagnole. Op. 21... ...Edouard Lalo 

Adrienne Miller 

II 

Concerto Mo. 3 in B ninor, Op. 6lMCamille Salnt-Saens 
I. Allegro non troppo 

Young Uck Kin 

III 

Sonata for violin alone ...Bela Bartok 

Tempo di ciaccona 
Fuga 
Adagio 
Presto 

Ulf Hoelscher 

IV 

Intrada Jean Antoine Desplanes 

Caprice, A minor. Wieniawski^reisler 

Romanze Schumann-Kreisler 

Sicilienne and Rigaudon. Francoeur-Kreisler 

Yuai Ninomiya 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^-1965 
GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

EUGENE PRIDONOFF, Piano 
WILLIAM WORKMAN, Baritone 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 7, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 



Sonntags am Rhein Robert Schvunann 

Dichterliebe. Robert Schumann 

1. Im wxmderschonen Monat Mai 

2. Aus meinen Tranen spriessen 

3. Die Rose, die Lilie, die Taube 
A. Wenn ich in deine Augen seh' 

5. Ich will meine Seele tauchen 

6. Im Rhein, im heiligen Strome 

7. Ich grolle nicht 

8. Und wiissten's die Blumen 

9. Das ist ein Floten und Geigen 

10. Hor* ich das Liedchen klingen 

11. Ein Jiingling liebt ein Madchen 

12. Am leuchtenden Sommermorgen 

13. Ich hab' im Traum geweinet 
1^. Allnachtlich in Traume 

15. Aus alten Marchen 

16. Die alten, bosen Lieder 

William Workman 
Mme. hfertha t'lassena at the piano 

II 

Sonata in E major. Op. 109. *.•••. Lxidwig van Beethoven 
Vivace, ma non troppo 
Prestissimo 

Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo 

Sonata No. 2 in G minor. Op. 22. . .....Robert Schumann 

II piu presto possibile 
Andantino 

Scherzo: Molto presto e marcato 
Rondo: Presto 

Etude No. 3 in G# minor* ....*..... Paganini-Liszt 

(La Campanella) 

Eugene Pridonoff 



Mr. Workman: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Pridonoff: Student of Mr. Serkin and Mr. Horszowski 



THE CDRTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - i96/:-lV65 

STUDENT RECITAL Fl 

CLVT)-LA I JOG a, Pr'ano 
SEJlom LiTCii, Violin 

Friday Afternoon, Apiil 9, 19o5 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAI'I 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in F# mjor-; j^^^^ Sebastian Bach 
Prelude and Fugue m B major i 

From the Well- tempered Clavichord, Book I 

Etudes , Op. 10 Frederic Chopin 

1. C major 

2. A minor 

3. E major 
U' C# minor 

Claudia Hoca 

II 

Concerto in D major, Op. 77 Johannes Brahms 

I, Allegro non troppo 

Sergiu Luca 
Barbara Blegen at the piano 

Miss Hoca: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Luca: Student of Mr. Galamian 






THE CURTIS INSTIi"nTE OF MISIC 

Ciirtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 195-4-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

ALLISON LEE, Piano 
HOWARD NEVISON, Baritone 

Monday Afternoon, April 12, 1965 at 5:15 cf' clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Invocazione di Orf eo Jacopo Peri 

Star vicino Salvator Rosa 

Nachtstuck Franz Schubert 

Der Schifferj 

Credo in un Dio from Otello Giuseppe Verdi 

HOWARD NEVISON 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 
Fantasia in C major Joseph Haydn 

Sonata in B minor, Op. 58 Frederic Chopin 

Allegro maestoso 

Scherzo: Molto vivace 
Largo 

Finale: Presto non tanto 

ALLISON LEE 
III 

Bois epais Jean Baptiste Lully 

Avant de quitter ces lieux. Charles Gounod 

from Faust 

Night -^ Modest Moussorgsky 

Song of the f leaj 

HOWARD NEVISON 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Lee: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Mr. Nevison: Student of Mme. Gregory 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 196^^-1965 
STUDENT RECITAL BY 

BETTE BURKE 

DANIS KELLY 
FRANCES COHEN 
MARINA BECERRA 

Harp Students of Miss Costello 
Tuesday Afternoon, April 13, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Harmonious Blacksmith Handel-Salzedo 

Impromptu, Op. 86 .Gabriel Faure 

Danis Kelly 

II 

Suite of Dances 1 1 i .*...;. . Carlos Salzedo 

Gavotte-Menuet-Polka-Siciliana-Seguldilla- 
Tango -Rumba 

Bette Burke 

III 

Sonata in C minor ..G. B. Pescetti 

Allegro vigoroso 

Andantino espressivo 
Presto 

("Mirage") 1 Carlos Salzedo 

("Communion") J 

Frances Cohen 
IV 

Sonata for Flute, Viola and Harp....... Claude Debussy 

Pastorale: Lento dolce rubato 
Interlude: Tempo di minuetto 

Finale: Allegro moderate ma risoluto 

Marina Becerra 
Laurie Sokoloff , Flute Karen Phillips, Viola 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE 0? MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964.-1965 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

ELIOT CHAPO, Violin 

RONALD NADEAU, Bass-Baritone 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April H» 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Invocazione di Orf eo Jacopo Peri 

Che f iero costume Giovanni Legrenzi 

Oedipe a Colone Antonio Sacchini 

"Antigone me reste" 

Le cor Ange Flegier 

Le aoulin Gabriel Pieme 

Ronald Nadeau 

II 

Concerto in A minor. Op. 53 Antonin Dvorak 

Allegro ma non troppo 
Adagio, ma non troppo 

Finale: Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo 

Eliot Chapo 

ni 

Don Carlo .Glx:iseppe Verdi 

"Ella giammai m'amo.'" 

Songs of travel Ralph Vaughan Williams 

1. The vagabond 

2. Bright is the ring of words 

3. The roadside fire 

Ronald Nadeau 

Mr. Chapo: Student of Mr. Shumsky 
Mr. Nadeau: Student of Mr. Singher 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Ciirtis Hall, Forty-first Season - 1964.-1965 

GRADUATION RECITAL EY 

PEHNY ra^CH, Violin 
ARLEI^E PC-TiNEl, Piano 

Thursday Afternoon, April 1$, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Phantasie*s tiicke , Op. 12 Robert Schumann 

1. Des Abends 5. In der Nacht 

2. Aufschwung 6. Fabel 

3. Warum? 7. Traumeswirren 
U' Grillen 8. Ende vom Lied 

Sonata Henri Dutilleux 

III. Chorale and variations 

Arlene Portney 

II 

Sonata in A, Op. 23 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Presto 

Andante scherzoso, piu allegretto 
Allegro molto 

Concerto in D minor , Op. AA Max Bruch 

Adagio , ma non - troppo 

Recitative: Allegro moderate 
Finale: Allegro molto 

Penny Veach 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 



Miss Portney: Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 
Miss Veach; Student of Mr. Shumsky 



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THE 

CURTIS 
INSTITUTE 

OF 

MUSIC 

PHILADELPHIA 




Thirty-second Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May eighth 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-five 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 



ORGAN PRELUDES 

Vater unser im Himmelsreich ] 

Jesu, meine Freude | . . . Johann Sebastian Bach 

Erbarm' dich mein, o Herre Gott ) 

"0 Welt, ich muss dich lassen" Johannes Brahms 

(Two settings) 



GRADUATE PROCESSION 

March on a Theme by Handel 

Alexander McCurdy, Mus.D. 

INTRODUCTION 
President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist, Mus.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

ADDRESS 
Gian-Carlo Menotti, Mus.D. 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist 
Director, Efrem Zimbalist, Mus.D. 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 
The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 



DIPLOMAS 



Joan Gail Monasevitch 
Jonathan L. Rigg 
James 0. DeHaven 



Voice 



William Gatewood Workman, Jr. 

Howard Nevison 

Mary Ann Miller Valaitis (in absentia) 



Arlene Portney 
Barbara Ellis Blegen 



Piano 



Lambert Orkis 
Marioara Trifan 



Violin 
Geoffrey Michaels Penelope Ann Veach 

Adrienne M. Miller 



Bassoon 
Thomas David Woodhams 



French Horn 
Nolan Eugene Miller 



Trombone 
Roger Martin Janssen 



DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Piano 
Eugene Pridonoff Allison Lee 

Violoncello 
Russell H. C. Smith 

Voice 
Patricia Lynn Howatt 

Violin 
Pamela Cowlbeck Shaffer 

Viola 
Evelyn Poole Jacobs Ann McClure Woodward 



MASTER OF MUSIC 



Composition 
Frank Leone Orville F. Lewis, Jr. 

Michele Wendlyn Levin 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole, B.M. 



Assistant Marshals 
Jon Peterson Frank Heintz 

Russell Hartenbercer Joseph Smith 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season - 1965-1966 

QUARTET RECITAL BI 

YOUNG UCK KIM, Violin GEOFFREY MICHAELS, Viola 

YUMI NHJOMIYA, Violin JAMES HOLESOVSKr, Violoniello 

Wednesday Afternoon, December 8, 1965 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 
Quartet No. 3, Op. 22 Paul Hindendth 

Fugato: Sehr langsame Viertel 
Schuelle Achtel: Sehr energisch 
Ruhige Viertel: Stets fliessend 
Massig schnelle Viertel 

Rondo: Oemachllch und mit Grazie 

II 

Quartet in Bb, Op. 13CI .Ludwig van Beethoven 

Adagio ma non troppo 

Allegro 
Presto 

Andante con. mo to ma non troR)©, poco 
scherzemdo 
Alia danza tedesca: Allegro assai 
Gavatina: Adagio molto espressivo 
Fuga (Op. 133) 

Students of Vt* Brodsky in Chamber Music 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty] second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

Nancy Jeane Wertsch, Soprano 
Claudia Hoca, Piano solo 

Tuesday Afternoon, Jantiary 25, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Two arias from Secular Cantata No. 208. . Johann Sebastian Bach 
"Was rd.r behagt" (Birthday Cantata) 
a. Schafe konnen richer weiden 
t. Jagen ist die Lust der Cotter 

Laurie Sokoloff ) _. ^ Richard Dolph) „ 

Linda Jonas ) ^^^^" David Burstyn) «°^"^ 

Und ob die "V/olke Cairl Maria von Vfeber 

NANCY JEAIIE '/ERTSCH 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Sonata in D major, K311 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Allegro con spirito 

Andante con espressione 
Rondeau: Allegro 

' CL-iUDIA HQCA 

III 

Histoires naturelles 1-feiurice Ravel 

Le Paon Le Grillcn Le Cygne 

Nacht ) ,^^^^ g^^ 

Soramertage) '"^ ' " ^ 

NANCY JE^i'S ".TERTSCH 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

IV 

5 Variations in D major Ludvig van beethoven 

on "Rule Britannia" 
2 Preludes, Book I Claude Debussy 

II. Voiles XII. Minstrels 

CLAUDIA HOCA 

Kiss Wertsch: Student of Mr. Singher 
Miss Hoca : Student of Mrs. Sokoloff 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

II J Hall, Forty Second Season - 1965-66 

THE OPHU DEPARTMENT 

PRESQiTS 

SCH^ES FROM OPERAS 

Wednesday Afternoon, January 26, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

I. Samson et Dalila (in French) C. Saint-Saens 

Scene from Act II 

Dalila Mary Lou Falcone 

High Priest of Dagon Edward Crafts 

Place: Gaza, Palestine. Time: 1136. B.C. 

Synopsis: Samson, the leader of the Israelites, has revolted 
against the Philistines and taken possession of the city of 
Gaza. Dalila, although a Philistine, has become his mistress. 
In the present scene, Dalila in the garden of her country 
house awaiting Samson's visit, sings an invocation to the god 
of love to give her the strength to punish the man she pretends 
to love. The High Priest of the Philistines come to Dalila and, 
reminding her of the ordeal of her brethren, tries by several 
arguments to rally her to their camp only to hear from Dalila 
that her love for Samson is false and that she will trap him by 
her wiles and bring about his downfall. The two FHilistines 
sing a resounding duet of hatred and revenge. 

II. Faiost Charles Gounod 

Act III, 3rd Tableau 

Mephistopheles Ronald Nadeau 

Faust Roman Osadchuk 

Valentin Evans Clough 

Margiaerite Dianna Ross 

Siebel Carla Wilkins 

Villag:.rs . . Members of the Opera Class 

Place: A public square 

Synopsis: Dr. Faust, rejuvenated by the devil Mephisto, has 
seduced the young Marguerite and then forsaken her. His in- 
fernal guide now brings him back to Marguerite's house where 
he is confronted by her brother Valentin who challeips him to 
a duel to revenge the honor of his sister. Vith the help of 
Mephisto Faust wounds the valiant Valentin who dies cursing 
his sister. 



III. Don Pasquale G. Donizetti 

Act I, Finale 

Norina Janet Perry- 
Doctor Malatesta Edward Ca?af ts 

Place: Boudoir of Norina 

Synopsis: To the wealthy and aging bachelor Don Pasquale 
his adviser Malatesta has offered a bride, the young and 
pretty Norina. We now see her in her boudoir reading a 
romantic novel and finding herself well-versed in the art 
of amorous conquest. Her own lover Ernesto writes to her 
that he is leaving tovm. But Dr. Malatesta reassures 
her on that matter and gives her a lesson on how to catch 
Don Pasquale in the bonds of matrimony - a mock marriage, 
which will provide her with the money she needs for marry- 
ing Ernesto. 

IV. Werther (in French) Jules Massenet 

Act III, Part I 

Charlotte Carla Wilkins 

Sophie Pamela Boodley 

Werther Patrick Calleo 

Albert Daniel Eby 

Synopsis: Weinjnar, the day before Christmas in 1770. 
Charlotte, after devoting her youth to raising her younger, 
orphaned brothers and sisters, has married her childhood 
friend, Albert. In spite of that marriage, the young poet, 
Werther, has fallen desperately in love with Charlotte. 
Fearing to be moved by his love, Charlotte has ordered him 
to stay a;,ra.y for some months and has s?t the date of Christ- 
mas for his decision to return as a friend or to ■ " re- 
nounce ever to see her again. Reading Wether's letters once 
more, she understands that his failure to return would mean 
that he has decided to dio. In vain, her sister Sopl'iie tries 
to cheer her. Werther arrives. Containing their passion for 
awhile, they finally submit to it, momentarily and then 
separate. Later; when Albert returns home, he receives a 
message from Werther asking for the loan of his pistols. 
The loan is made. Werther has chosen to die. 

Director of the Opera Department 
Martial Singher 

Music Director 
Elizabeth Westmoreland 



CHE CaRTTS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
II J Hall, Forty ?^ xr.i Ssason - 1965-66 

the opera repartiient 

"presents 
sgb:es from operas 

Friday Afternoon, January 28, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

I. La Traviata G. Verdi 

Act II, Scene 2 

Violetta Nancy Wertsch 

Giorgio Germont Daniel Eby 

Synopsis: Leading a life of ceaseless enjoyment, 
although afflicted with a grave illness, Violetta has 
fallen in love for the first time with the young 
Alfredo Germont. Alfredo's father, fearing that his " 
son is being Ixired to his ruin, comes to visit the 
dangerous courtesan in an effort to induce her to 
release his son. He finally convinces the kind heart- 
ed Violetta to make this cruel sacrifice for the good 
of the young man and of his family. He leaves Viol- 
etta alone and desperate although she has won his 
respect and affection. 

II. Manon Lescaut G. Puccini 

Act IV 

Manon Alice Brady 

Des Grieux Patrick. OaliBO 

Place: In America, middle of the 18th Century. 

Synopsis: Deported from France on moral charges, 
Manon and her faithf\il lover Des Grieux have sought 
refuge in the wilderness of Louisiana. Overcome by 
grief, remorse and exhaustion, with all hope for help 
lost, Manon dies in the arms of her beloved Chevalier. 

III. Le Jongleur de Notre Dame J. Massenet 

Act II, Scene 2 

Jean Pamela Boodley 

Boniface Edward Crafts 

Synopsis: In this opera the soprano impersonates a 
teen-age boy, Jean (French for John) , an errant 
"Juggler" minstrel, tumbler, dancer all in one, who 
earns his poor life by performing in the streets. 
Because he was playing his very pagan act on the steps 
of a convent chapel, Jean was harshly scolded by the 



the Prior. His frailty ana ■'.nnoce-ice 1^--? ET.sd thv^ Tionk 
to take him into the c-nvent anl g:".ve in i s me meal f-.Tii 
religious instruction. In f.ds sc'^ne ve peo J -sn n' s- 
pairing cf ever being worthy of +h--- lr>--b cf the Holy 
Virgin for which he longs ardently Ths convent's cook, 
Brother Boniface, tells him The Le^en-t of th-. Gape: 
fleeing from Herod's murderers, Mary looks for a place to 
hide her infant son. A rosebush wouli have been ideal, 
but the conceited rose refuses to help. A humble sage- 
bush does provide shelter and salvation. Jean under- 
stands that Mary loves the humble soul, too., and offers 
her his heart. 

IV. Don Carlo (in Italian) G. Verdi 

Act IV, Part I 

King Filippo I Ronald Nadeau 

Grand Inquisitor Evans Clough 

Queen Elisabetta Dianna Ross 

Princess Eboli Katherine Stone 

Rodrigo di Posa Daniel Eby 

Conte di Lerma Patrick Calleo 

Synopsis: King Filippo II of Spain meditates in his study. 
His second wife Elisabetta of France, has never loved him. 
Life is lonely, his power and his honor are threatened. 
Only after death will he find peace. To the head of the 
powerful Inquisition, a blind 90 year old man, Filippo 
talks about the political plots of Don Carlo his son by 
his first marriage and heir to the throne. The two men 
decide that the rebellious son must be condemned to death. 
The Inquisitor denoimces another traitor more dangerous 
than Carlo; Carlo's friend Rodrigo di Posa, himself, a 
confident of the King. The Inquisitor retires after asking 
the death penalty for Rodrigo. Queen Elisabetta enters 
crying for justice. Someone in her own court has stolen 
her casket of jewels. The King produces the casket which 
contains, along with the jewels, a portrait of Carlo. The 
innocent Oueen; who had loved Carlo before her marriage to 
Filippo, defies the King, who brutally accuses her of 
adultery. She faints. Answering the King's call for help, 
Posa and Princess Eboli, lady-in-waiting, rush in. The 
quartet express various feelings; Eboli 's remorse at having 
betrayed the Queen; Rodrigo 's desire to free men from 
tyranny; the King's belief in his wife's innocence; the 
loneliness of the Queen. Alone with the Queen, Eboli con- 
fesses her guilt, her secret love for Carlo, her jealousy cf 
the Queen, even her affair with the King. Coldly, the Queen 
orders her to a convent, and retires. The distracted Eboli 
curses the fatal gift of her beauty, then rushes to save 
Carlo. 

Director of the Opera Department 
Martial Singher 

Music Director 
Elizabeth Westmoreland 



THE CURTIS IIISTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

Keith Chapman, Organ 
String Quartet 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 2, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and Fugue in D major, B.G. 15 . . .J. S. Bach 

Chorale prelude: Ich ruf' zu dir 

from the Orgelbuchlein . B.G. 25 J. S. Bach 

Vivace from the Sixth Trio-Sonata, B.G. 15 J. S. Bach 

Prelude and Fugue in G minor , .Marcel Dupre' 

KEITH CHAPMAN 

II 

Quartet in F minor, Op. 95 . . . Ludwig van Beethoven 
Allegro con brio 

Allegretto, ma non troppo 

Allegro assai vivace, ma serioso 

Larghetto espressivo - Allegretto agitato 

Eliot Chapo ) yiolin ^o"^!'^ Clauser - Viola 
Mi-Yoiong Park) David Kadarauch - Violoncello 

Mr. Chapman: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Quartet : Students of Mr. Brodsky 
in Chamber Music 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty second Season 1965-66 

STUDQJT RECITAL BY 

Edward J. Crafts, Bass -Bar! tone 
Trio for Piano, Violin and Violoncello 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 16, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

Air de Caron I. . . Jean Baptiste Lully 

from Alceste 

Belle Hermione Jean Baptiste Lully 

from Cadmus et Hermione 

Gesange des Harfners Franz Schubert 

1. Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt 

2. Wer nie sein Brot mit Tranen ass 

3. An die Turen will ich schleichen 

EDWARD J. CRAFTS 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

II 

Trio in C minor, Op. 101 Johannes Brahms 

Allegro energico 
Presto non assai 
Andante grazioso 
Allegro molto 

Diedre Irons, Piano Mari Tsumura, Violin 

George Harpham, Violoncello 

III 

Ah, per sempre Vincenzo Bellini 

from I Puritani 

Air du Tambour Major Ambroise Thomas 

from Le Caid 

EDWARD J.- CRAFTS 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the Piano 

Mr. Crafts: Student of Mr. Singher 
Trio: Students of Mr. Brodsky 
in Chamber Music 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

David Spicer, Jr, Organ 
David Cole, Violoncello 

Friday Afternoon, February 18, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Non koinn' der Heiden Heiland. . Johann Sebastian Bach 

Suite Op. 5 Maurice Duruf le' 

Preltde 

Sicilienne 

Toccata 

DA'/ID SPICER, Jr. 

II 

Sonata, Op. ^0 Dmitri Shostakovich 

Allegro ma non troppo 
Allegro 

Largo 
Allegro 

Moses Fantasy on one string ..... Nicolo Paganini 

DAVID COLE 
Mr. Lambert Orkis at the piano 

Mr. Spicer: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. David Cole: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

Mi-Young Park - Violin 

George Harpham - Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, February 22, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Symphonie espagnole Edouard Lalo 

I. Allegro non troppo 

II. Scherzando: Allegro molto 
IV. Andante 

V. Rondo : Allegro 

MI-Y0U1\'G PARK 

II 

Concerto in D minor Edouard Lalo 

I. Prelude: Lento - allegro maestoso 
II. Intermezzo: Andantino con mo to 

III. Indroduction: Andante - con fuoco 

GEORGE HARPHAM 

Miss Park: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 
Mr. Harpham: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL BY 

C. Evans Clough, Baritone 
Paul Windt, Violin 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, February 23, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM. 

I 

Danza, danza fanciulla gentile. . . Francesco Durante 

Tuo lo sai Giuseppe Torelli 

Revenge, Timotheus ories. . . George Frederick Handel 

from Alexander's Feast 

Un bacio di mano Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 

Alia vita che t'arride Giuseppe Verdi 

from Ur. Ballo in Maschera 

C, EVANS CLOUGH 
II 

Scotch Fantasy, Op. ^6 Max Bruch 

I. Einleitung: Grave - Adagio Can ta bile 

II. Allegro 

III. Andante sostenuto 

IV. Finale: Allegro guerriero 

PAIT. '/fLKDT 

Die beiden Grenadiere Robert Schumann 

An die Musik Franz Schubert 

Dem Unendlichen ..... Franz Schubert 

C. EV.\NS CLOUGH 

Mr. Clough: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Windt; Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty second Season 1965-66 

STTJDMT RECITAL BY 

William Braun, Organ 
Joseph A. Smith, Clarinet 

Friday Afternoon, February 25, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Kyrie: Gott heiliger Geist J. S. Bach 

(In organo pleno) 

Jesus Christus unser Eeiland j s Bach 

Sonata on Psalm 9A Juliis Reubke 

Grave 

Larghetto - allegro con fuoco 
Adagio 

Allegro - allegro assai 

mLLIAM BRAUN 

II 

Sonata, Op. 167 Camilla Saint-Saens 

Allegretto 

Allegro animato 
Lento 

Kolto allegro 

JOSEPH A. SMITH 

Arnold Ostlund at the piano 

Mr. Braun: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr, Smith: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season - 1965-66 
GRADUATION RECITAL BY 
STANLEY VEIN STEIN , Clarinet 

Student Recital by- 
Richard Alexander, Organ 
Monday Afternoon, February 28, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Prelude, Adagio et Choral varie , . .Maurice Diorufle 
sur "Veni Creator" 

RICHARD ALEXANDER 

II 

Concerto in A major, K.622. .Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart 
Allegro 
Adagio 
Rondo : Allegro 

Premiere Rhapsodie Claude Debussy 

STANLEY "WEIN STEIN 

Eugene Pridonoff at the piano 

Mr. Weinstein: Student of Mr. Gigliotti 
Mr. Alexander: Student of Dr. McCurdy 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season - 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

RONALD C. KADEAU - Bass-baritone 
RANDOLPH UJCICH - Doublebass 

Friday Afternoon, March Lr, 1966 at 5:1$ o'clock 

PROGRAM 
I 

Prologue Arrigo Boito 

from Mephistopheles 

Der Wanderer Franz Schubert 

Der Atlas Franz Schubert 

Der Jungling an der Quelle Franz Schubert 

Der Doppelganger Franz Schubert 

RONALD C'. NADEAU 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Sonata Henry Eccles 

Grave - Courante - Adagio - Vivace 

Chaconne Armand Russel 

RANDOLPH UJCICH 

Mr. James De Haven at the piano 

III 

Ah.' un foco insolito Gaetano Donizetti 

from Don Pasquale 
La bonne chanson, Op. 61 Gabriel Faure 

2. Puisque I'aube grandit 

3. La lune blanche luit dans les bois 

5. J'ai presque peur, en verite 

6. Avant que tu ne t'en ailes 
9. L'hiver a cesse 

RONALD C. NADEAU 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Nadeau: Student of Mr. Singher 
Mr. Ujcich: Sttident of Mr. Scott 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
CURTIS HALL, FORTY-SECOND SEASON — 1965-1966 

FACULTY RECITAL by 
MIECZYSLAW HORSZOWSKI 

Monday Afternoon, March 7, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 






PROGRAM 
I 

Ten Variations on a Theme by Gluck, K.455 Mozabt 

Sonata in E flat major. Opus 31, No. 3 Beethoven 

Allegro 

Scherzo: Allegretto vivace 

Minuetto: Moderate e grazioso 
Presto con fuoco 

n 

Nocturne in C sharp minor, Opus 27, No. 1 Chopin 

Polonaise in F sharp minor. Opus 44 Chopin 

Waltz in D flat major. Opus 70, No. 3 Chopin 

Ballade in A flat major. Opus 47 Chopin 

Scherzo in E major. Opus 54 Chopin 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDMT CONCERT 

String Qiiintet 

Young Uck Kim Violin 

Yumi NinomiTa Violin 

Susan Winterbottom Viola 

James Holesovsky Violoncello 

George Harpham Violoncello 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 8, 1966 at $:15 oclock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Quintet in C Luigi Boccherini 

Andante con mo to 
Menuett 
Grave 

Rondo: Allegro con mo to 

II 

Quintet in C, Op. 163 Franz Schubert 

Allegro ma non troppo 
Adagio 

Scherzo: Presto 
A.llegr3tto 

Students in Chamber Music of 
Mr. Brodsky 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Cvirtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

Ba; HARMS 

RUSSELL HARTSiBSRGER 

FDWIK SCHNECK 

Stuaents of Mr. Hinger 
Dr. Vladimir Sckoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, 1-krch 10, 1966 at 5 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Konzert fiir Fauken, Op. 34- Werner Tharichen 

Allegro assai - Lento - Allegro moderate 

EDWIN SCHICECK, Timpani 

II 

Concerto for Marimba and Piano .... Darius Milhaud 
1. Anime 

EDWIN SCENECK, Marimba 

III 

Trio Sonata, Op. lU Marcel Farago 

for Two Violoncellos and Timpani 
Adagio - Allegro con grazia - Allegro 

JAMES HOLEoOVSKY, Violoncello 

MARCIA PECK, Violoncello 
RUSSELL HARTH;BERGER, Timpani 

IV 

Caprice No. 2A in A minor Nicolo Paganini 

BEJJ RtxRMS, Marimba 

V 

Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion . . .Bela Bartok 
Assai lento-Allegro molto 
Lento, ma non troppo 
Allegro non troppo 

DIEDRE IRONS ) p. 

KYUNG SOOK LEE ) 

BQI HARMS ) 

RUSSELL HARTEMBIRGER) * Percussion 



THE CURTIS IKSTITUTE CF KUSIC 

Curtis Kail, Forty S? cor i Season 1965-66 

GRADUiiTION RECITAL by 

UL? HOELSCHS 
Violin alone 

STUDHJT RECITAL by 

PATRICK CALLED - Tenor 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Friday Afternoon, March 11, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Spiagge amate Christophe Cluck 

from Elena e Paride 

Che faro senza Euridice Christophe Cluck 

from Orf so 

Hymne au soleil Gasparo Spontini 

from Milton 

PATRICK CALLBO 

II 

Sonata Ko. 1 in G minor J. S. Bach 

Adagio and Fugue 

Repliques,(l962) Bruno Gillet 

Sonata, Op. 27, No. 3 "Ballade" Eugene Ysaye 

ULF HOELSCHER 

III 

Alinde Franz Schubert 

Nacht und Triaume Franz Schubert 

Kriegers Ahnung Franz Schubert 

noble lame etincelante Jules hfassenet 

from Le Cid 

PATRIC?: CIdAJEG 

Mr. Hoelscher; Student of Mr. Galamian 
Mr. Calleo : Student of Mr. Singher 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL BY 

ANDREW mLF, Piano 
DANIEL CARTER, French Horn 

Monday Afternoon, March U, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Prelude and fugue in C^ minor j. s Bach 

Prelude and fugue in C# Eajor j. s. Bach 

from Well-Tempered Clavichord, Book I 

Toccata, Op. 7 ^.^bert Schumann 

ANDREW ROLF 

II 

Nina (Canzonetta) Giovanni Pergolesi 

Sonata for harp and horn A.Douglas Wauchope 

Moderate 
Lento 

Slow waltz 
Finale 

DANIEL CARTER 
Dottie Ann Carter 

III 

Variations and fugue Johannes Brahms 

on a theme of Handel, Op. 2U 

ANDRE// '^LF 

IV 

^^^^"^11^ Paul Dukas 

Sonata_(l939) Paul Hind emith 

Massig bewegt 
Ruhig bewegt 
Lebhaft 

DANIEL CARTER 
Benjamin Harms at the piano 

Mr. Wolf: Student of Mr. Serkin 
Mr. Carter: Student of Mr. Jones 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 196$-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

THOI-L'iS BRafNAl.'D, Double Bass 

STUDENT. RECITAL by 

JXIOT CHAPO, Violin 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon March 15, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto in A major Domenico Dragonetti 

Allegro moderate 
Andante 

Allegro ma non troppo 

THOMAS BRINNAND 

Curtis Orchestra conducted by 

William Smith 

II 

Concerto in G minor Op. 26 Max Bruch 

Vorspiel 
Adagio 

Finale: Allegro energico 

ELIOT CHAPO 

Mr. Brennand: Student of- Mr. Scott 
Mr. Chapo: Student of Mr. Shimsky 
and Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season - 1965 66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

A. DOUGLAS WAUCHOPE, Trombone 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

JOHN KELLY, Trombone 
JAMES ALLIGOOD, Tuba 

CURTIS INSTITUTE BRASS MSIMBLE 
Charles Gusikoff - Conductor 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 16, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto for Trombone Gordon Jacob 

Maestoso ~ Allegro molto 
Adagio Molto 

Alia marcia vivace 

JOHN KELLY 
Claudia Hoca at the piano 

II 

Sonata for Tuba Alec Wilder 

Allegro moderate 
Allegro 
Andante 
Allegro 

JAMES ALLIGOOD 
Ben Harms at the piano 

III 

Toccata-Adagio-Toccata A. Douglas Wauchope 

A. DOUGLAS WAUCHOPE 
Arnold Ostlund at the organ 



IV 



Aria della bataglia Andrea Gabriel! 

arranged for Curtis Institute Brass Ensemble by 
A. Douglas Wauchope 

Conducted by A. Douglas Wauchope 

V 



Suite for Brass Instruments 
Allegretto moderate 
ilndante 

Allegro (non troppo) 

FRQJCH HORN 

Dan Carter 
Alice Kennedy 
Samuel Gindin 
David Burstyn 
Kendall Betts 

TRUMPET 

Howard Hagge 
Lanny Doster 
Richard Cooper 
Roger Blackburn 



Eugene Zador 



TROMBONE 

A. Douglas Wauchope 
Francis Ryan 
John Kelly 
Charles Schupak 



TUBA 
James Alligood 

TYMPANI 
Russell Hartenberger 



PERCUSSION 

Ben Harms 
Edwin Schneck 



Mr. Wauchope 
Mr. Kelly 
Mr. Alligood 



Student of Mr. Gusikoff 



JHE CURTIS INSTITUTE CF MUSIC 

Ciirtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GR-iDUATIOK RECITAL by 
MARINA EECERRA 

STUDJUT FilCITAL by 
T^SL'^.Y HART 
BSTTD BURKE 
DANI3 KELLY 

Harp Students of Itiss Costello 

Thursday Afternoon, March 17, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto No. 6 in Bb Major G. F. Handel 

Andante allegro 
Larghetto 

Allegro moderato 

MARINA EECERRA 

II 

Bouree J. S. Bach 

Impromptu Gabriel Faure 

Two French Folk Songs. . Trans, by Marcel Grandjany 

Et ron ron ron, petit patapon 

Le bon petit roi d'Yvetot 

LESLEY HART 
III 

Four Preludes Carlos Salzedo 

Quietude Iridescence Introspection Whirlwind 

BETTE BURKE 

IV 
Scintillation Carlos Salzedo 

D/vNIS KELLY 

V 

Introduction and Allegro Maurice Ravel 

Thomas Michalak) ,. Donald Clauser; Viola 
Eliot Chapo jVioims j^j,cia Peck Vi6loncello 
Charles Wyatt Flute 
John Koljonen Clarinet 

MARINA BECERRA 



THE CURTIS IhSTITi'TL CT MUilC 

Ciirtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDMT CONCERT 

"WCODWIiiD LKSSMBLE 
Under the direction of Mr. John de Lancie 

Friday Afternoon March 18, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAK 

I 

Octet in Eb, K37f (Serenade No. 11). . . W. A. Mozart 
Allegro maestoso 

Menuetio} Tempo moderate 
Adagio 
Menuetto: Allegro 
Allegro 

Robert Stev.'art, Oboe Daniel Carter, Horn 

Jon Peterson, Oboe David Burstyn, Horn 

Stanley Veinstein, Clarinet Charles Holdeman, Bassoon 
Joseph Smith, Clarinet Marcia Robertson, Bassoon 

II 

Siiite, Op. 57 Charles Lefebvre 

Canon: Moderate 

Allegretto scherzando 

Finale: allegro leggiero 

Laurie Sokolcff , Flute Robert Stewart, Oboe 

Joseph Smith, Clarinet Daniel Carter, Horn 

Frank Heintz, Bassoon 

III 

Deux mouvements Jacques Ibert 

Allant 

Assez vif et rhythm! 

Charles 'irfyatt )_piutes Stanley '■/einstein, Clarinet 
Laurie Sokoloff ) Bonnie Pridonoff , Bassoon 

IV 

Suite Persane Andre Caplet 

1. Scharki 2. Nibawend 3. Iskia Samaisi 

Peter MacKinnon) r.T,,t»„ Philip Alexander) 
Charles ^fyatt )-' ^"^^^^ Jon Peterson )-Oboes 

Stanley Weinstein) . Daniel Carter ) „^,^„ 
JohnRusso )-Clarxnet5 Sa^nuel Gindin )'^°''''^ 

Marcia Hobertson 1.3^33^^^^ 

Cnarles Holdeman) 



THE CURTIS INP, TITUTS OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-second season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

ARONOLD OSTLUIO, JR. Organ 
DAVID BRO;Jbj, Piano 

Monday Afternoon March 21, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Phantasie uber den Choral Max Reger 

"Ein' feste Burg is unser Gott" Op. 27 

Choralvorspiel uber' . . Johannes Brahms 

"0 Traurigkeit, Herzeleid" 

Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor J. S. Bach 

ARNOLD OSTLUND, JR. 

II 

Sonata in B minor . Franz Liszt 

DAVID ERQ^*J 

Mr. Ostlund: Student of Dr. McCurdy 
Mr. Brown : Student of Mr. Serkin 
. . and Mr. Horszowski 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Kail, lorlj-i e?.cnd 3%30i. 1965-66 

GRADUATICN RECITAL by 
LAURIE M. S0K0L05T, Flute 

STUDINT RECITAL by 
DIANNA ROSS, Soprano 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 22, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

V'adoro, pi^ille G. F. Handel 

from Giulio Cesare 

Ellen's Gesang II . Franz Schubert 

Die Nacht Richard Strauss 

Sonntag Johannes Brahms 

DIANNA ROSS 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Acht Stucke fur Flote allein Paul Hindadth 

Gemachlich Sehr lebhaft 

Scherzando Lied 

Sehr langsam Rezitativ 

Genachlich Finale 

Serenade II in D major, Op. 25 ... L. van Beethovwi 
Qitrata: Allegro 
leacpo ordinario d'un menuetto 
Allegro molto 
Andante con variazioni 
Allegro scherzando e vivace 
Adagio - Allegro vivace e disinvolto 

LAURIE K. SOKOLOFF 
Ulf Hoelscher, Violin Geoffrey Michaels, Viola 

III 

Lied maritime Vincent d'Indy 

Nocturne Gabriel Faure 

Stridono lassu Ruggiero Looncavallo 

Ballatella from Pagliacci 

DIANNA ROSS 
Dr. Vladimjr So^ii^loff at the pi«Jio 

Miss Roes: Student of Mr. Singher 
Miss Sokoloff: Stvid-^nt of Mr- Kincaid 



THE CURTIS INJTirUTE OF MDSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
MARY LOU FALCONE, Mezzo-Soprano 

STUDMT RECITAL by 
FRANCES COHM, Harp 
LINDA JONAS, Flute 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 23, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Del mio core . Joseph Haydn 

from Otfeo 

Vieille chanson espagnole Louis Aubert 

Les yeiDc Louis Aubert 

Acqxia from Delta silvane Ottorino Respighi 

E se vm giorno tomasse Ottorino Respighi 

MARY LOU FALCONE 

II 

Concerto for Flute and Harp, K299 . . . .W. A. Mozart 
Allegro 
Andantino 
Rondo 

LINDA JONAS 
FRANCES COHEN 
Curtis Orchestra directed by Mr. William Smith 

III 

Ave Maria from Otello Giuseppe Verdi 

A Nun Takes the Veil Samuel Barber 

The Daisies Samuel Barber 

Amour, viens aider na faiblesse . . . .C. Saint-Saens 
from Samson et Dalila 

MARY IDU FALCONE 

Miss Falconer Sludssnt of Mme. Gregory •.— ' 
Miss Cohen : Student of Miss Costello 
Miss Jonas : Student of Mr. Kincaid 



THE CURTIS IN-^TlTU^iE OF KDSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-Scionc' 3'3as-^n 1965-6-S 

GTUTEIT RECITAL by 

DUKJU KIM, Piano 
MARI TSUMURA, Violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Thursday Afternoon, March 24., 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata in C minor Op. 10, No. 1 . . .L. van Beethoven 
Allegro fflolto e con brio 
Adagio molto 
Prestissimo 

DUKJU KIM 

II 

Sonata in A major, Op. 120 Franz Schubert 

Allegro moderate 
Andante 
Allegro 

DUKJU KIM 

III 

Concerto in D Paganini-Wilhelmj 

Allegro maestoso 

MARI TSUMURA 

Miss Kin: Student of Mr. Serkin 

and Mrs. Sokoloff 
Miss Tsurura: Student of Mr. Zinbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Cxirtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

JAMES HOLESOVSKY, Violoncello 

THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 
Directed by Mr. William Smith 

Friday Afternoon, March 25, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Symphony No. 38 in D, K 504. W. A. Mozart 

Adagio - allegro "Prague" 1736 
Andante 
Presto 

II 

Concerto for Violoncello .... . Dmitri Shostakovich 
and Orchestra, Op. 107 (1959) 

Allegretto 
Moderate 
Cadenza 

Allegro con moto 

JAMES HOLESOVSKY 

III 

Siegfried Idyll Richard Wagner 

Mr. Holesovsky: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-sec5ond Season 1965-66 

STUDPJIT RECITAL by 

PAMELA K. BOODLEY, Soprano 
ROMAN PETER OSADCHUK, Tenor 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Monday Afternoon, March 28, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Vo' cereando in queste valli . . .Qnanuele d' Astorga 

Ombra di nube Ucinio Refice 

Stizzoso, mio stizzoso Giovanni Pergolesi 

Now sleeps the crimson petal Roger Quilter 

Rivals Deems Taylor 

Tu che di gel sei cinta Giacomo Puccini 

from Tiirandot 

PAMELA K. BOODLEY 

II 

Where'er you walk G. F. Handel 

from Semele 

Vaghissima sembianza Stefano Donaudy 

An die Musik Franz Schubert 

Liebesbotschaft Franz Schubert 

Ch' ella mi creda Giacomo Puccini 

from Girl of the Golden West 

ROMAN PETER OSADCHUK 

Miss Boodley and Mr. Osadchuk: 
Students of Mne. Gregory 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL BI 

KATHEHINE STONE, Mezzo-Soprano 
KEIKO WADA, Violin 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Tuesday Afternoon, March 29, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Ch'io mi scordi di te (K 505) W. A. Mozart 

Scene and Rondo 

KATHERINE STONE 

II 

Concerto in A minor, Op. 53 Anton Dvorak 

Allegro, ma non troppo 
Adagio, ma non troppo 

Finale: Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo 

KEIKO WADA 

III 

The Children ' s Hour Charles Ives 

Berceuse Charles Ives 

Two Little Flowers Charles Ives 

Du bist die Ruh' Franz Schubert 

Dem Unendlichen Franz Schubert 

KATHERINE STONE 

Miss Stone: Stiident of Mme. Gregory 
Miss Wada: Student of Mr. Zimbalist 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

DANIEL WEST EBY, Baritone 
PETER R. Mac KINNON, Flute 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, March 30, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Si, tra i ceppi Gw F. Handel 

from Berenice 

Four songs from Die Winterreise . . . .Franz Schubert 
Aus dem Flusse Die Post 

Riickblick Der sturmische Morgen 

Nemico della patria?.' Umberto Giordano 

from Andrea Chenier 

DANIEL WEST EBY 

II 

Sonata No. 3 in A J. S. Bach 

Vivace 

Largo e do Ice 
Allegro 

Sonata for Flute and Piano Walter Piston 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio 

Allegro vivace 

Mock Sonata for Flute and Piano. . . Peter Mac Kinnon 
Allegro giocoso 
Adagio 

Allegro vivace 

PETER R. Mac KINNON 

III 

Siete canciones populares espanolas . . . M. de Falla 
El pano moruno Jota 

Seguidilla murciana Nana 

Asturiana Cancion 

Polo 

DANIEL WEST EBY 

Mr. Eby: Student of Mme. Gregory 

Mr. Mac Kinnon: Student of Mr. Kincaid 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OP MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Seaaon 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

JOHN A. KOLTONEN, Clarinet 

STUDENT RECITAL try 

NICOLAS CHUMACHENCO, Violin 

Thursday Afternoon, March 31, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Adagio and Fugue J. S. Bach 

from Sonata in C major for Violin alone 

NICOLAS CHUMACHQICO 

II 

Quintet in A major (K 581) W. A, Mozart 

Allegro 
Larghetto 
Menuetto 

Allegretto con variazioni 

JOHN KOLJONQI 

Eliot Chapo ) ^. ,. Donald Clauser, Viola 

Mi Young Park)" ^xollns j^^^^ Kadarauch, Violoncello 

III 

Concerto in D minor, Op. 47 Jean Sibelius 

Allegro moderato 
Adagio di molto 

Allegro, ma non tan to 

NICOLAS CHUMACHQICO 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Mr. Koljonen: Stiodent of Mr. Gigliotti 
Mr. Chumachenco: Student of Mr. 2iimbali8t 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtia Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
CHARLES WYATT, Flute 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
CARU SUE UIUCINS, Contralto 

Friday Afternoon, April 1, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Suite No. 2 in B minor J. S. Bach 

Ouverture Bourree II 

Rondeau Polonaise 

Sarabande Menuet 

Bourree I Badinerie 

CHARIES WIATT 

The Curtis Orchestra tonducted by Mr. William Smith 

II 

Che puro ciel Christophe Gluck 

from Orf eo ed Euridice 

Nebbie Ottorino Respighi 

Nell Gabriel Faure' 

Le temps des lilas Ernest Chausson 

Air vif Francis Poulenc 

CARLA SUE^WILKINS 
toe. Martha Massena at the piano 

III 

Concerto Jaques Ibert 

Allegro 
Andante 

Allegro scherzando 

CHARI£S WYATT 
Kyung Book Lee, Piano 

IV 

Alto Rhapsody, Op. 53 Johannes Brahms 

CARLA SUE WILKIN S 
The Curtis Orchestra conducted by Mr. William Smith 

Mr. Wyatt: Student of Mr. Kincaid 
Miss Wilkins: Student of Mme. Gregory 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OP MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-Second Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
MARCIA PECK, Violoncello 
JAMET FERRY, Soprano 

JOM P. RUSSO, Clarinet 

Monday Afternoon, April 4,, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Zerfliesse, mein Herze . J. S. Bach 

from St. John Passion 

Linda Jonas, Flute Robert Stewart, Oboe 

In dem Schatten neiner Locken Hugo Wolf 

Das verlassene Magdlein Hugo Wolf 

Vergebliches Standchen Johannes Brahma 

JANET PERRY 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

II 

Sonata for Clarinet and Piano Paul Hindemith 

^fassig bewegt 
Lebhaft 

Sehr langsam 
Kleines Rondo 

JOHN P. RUSSO 
James Bigham, Piano 

III 

Sonata for Violoncello and Piano, Op. 6 Samuel Barber 
Allegro ma non troppo 
Adagio 

Allegro appassionato 

MARCIA PECK 
Diedre Irons, Piano 

IV 

Zerbinetta's aria Richard Strauss 

from Ariadne auf Naxos 

JANET PERRY 
Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Miss Peck: Student of Mr. Cole 
Miss Perry :Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Russo: Student of Mr.Gigliotti 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

STUDQJT RECITAL by 

KruNC- SOOK LEE, Piano 
PATRICIA VALLEY, Flute 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 5, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Six variations L. van Beethoven 

on an original theme Op. 34. 

Sonata No. 3, Op. 2u Serge Prokofieff 

(Based on old sketches 190'^-1917) 

KYUKG SOOK LEE 

II 

Sonata for flute and piano Francis Poulenc 

Allegro malinconico 
Cantilena: Assez lent 
Presto giocoso 

PATRICIA VALLEY 
Diedre Irons, Piano 

Trio for flute, viola and Albert Roussel 

violoncello Op. ^0 
Allegro grazioso 

Andante 

Allegro non troppo 

PATRICIA VALLEY 
Susan Winterbottom, Viola 
James Holesovsky, Violoncello 

Miss Lee: Student of Kr. Horszovski 
Miss Valley: Student of Mr. Kincaid 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Forty-second Season 1965-66 

THE OPERA DEPARTMHiT 
PRESENTS 
LA BOHEME 
IN ROOK II J 

"An open class of the Opera Workshop" 

Tuesday Evening, April 5, 1966 at 7:^5 o'clock 

LA BOHEME 

Opera in four acts by Giacomo Puccini 

Cast of Characters 

Rodolfo, a poet ( Patrick Calleo 

(William Cochran 

Marcello, a painter Evans Clough 

Schaunard, a musician Daniel Eby 

Colline, a philosopher Ronald Nadeau 

Benoit, the landlord Edward Crafts 

Alcindoro, an admirer of Musetta. . . Roman Osad chuck 

Mimi, a seamstress Dianna Ross 

Musetta, Uancy Wertsch-Dolph 

a girl frcHn the Quartier Latin 

Head waiter joj^ Cochran 

A waiter/ a man Guy Rothfuss 

^ "°°^" Helen Gilliam 

Women and girls: Members of the Opera Workshop 



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Director of the Opera Department: Martial Singher 
Conductor at the piano: Martha Massena 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 
ALICE L. BRADY, Soprano 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
ROBERT MARCUS, Violoncello 

Dr. Vladimir Sokoloff at the piano 

Wednesday Afternoon, April 6, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Seele, deine specereien J. S. Bach 

from the Easter Oratorio 

Linda Jonas - Flute Obbligato 

Liebe schwarmt avif alien Wegen .... Franz Schubert 

Ariette der Claudine 

Zur Ruh, zur Ruh Hugo Wolf 

E^ isfs Hugo Wolf 

Tacea la notte placida Giuseppe Verdi 

Recitative, aria and cabaletta 

from II Trovatore 

ALICE L. BRADY 

II 

Elegie Gabriel Faure 

Sonata in A minor Franz Schubert 

(Arpeggione) 

Allegro jQoderato 
Adagio 

Allegretto 

ROBERT MARCUS 

III 

Apres un reve Gabriel Faure 

Chanson d' amour Gabriel Faure 

Prison Gabriel Faure 

Pleurez, pleurez mes yeux.' Jules Massenet 

from Le Cid 

ALICE L. BRADY 

Miss Brady: Student of Mme. Gregory 
Mr. Marcus: Student of Mr. Cole 



THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-iecond Season 1965-66 

STUDENT RECITAL by 

RICHARD SCHLECKER, Contrabass 

Chamber Hisic Ensenble 
Chamber Orchestra 
Under the direction of Mr. William Smith 

Thursday afternoon, April lU, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Sonata inG Giorgio Antoniotti 

Adagio - Allegro - Adagio - Vivace 

RICHARD SCHLECKER 
Curtis String Orchestra 

II 

Sinfonia concertante. . .Carl Ditters von Dittersdorf 

for Contrabass and Viola 
Allegro - Andantino - Menuetto - Allegro ma non troppo 

RICHARD SCHLECKER 
Mark Childs, Viola Curtis Chamber Orchestra 

III 

Contrasts Bela Bartok 

for violin, clarinet and piano 

Verbunkos (Recruiting Dance) 
Pihenb (Relaxation) 
Sebes (Fast Dance) 

Thomas Michalak, violin . . . John Koljonen, clarinet 
Andrew Wolf, piano 

IV 

Cybele. , . , , Kenneth Dannatt 

Patricia Valley, flute Susan Winterbottom, viola 
David Burstyn, horn James Holesovsky, violoncello 
Frances Cohen, harp 
Randolph Ujcich and Dale Gold, contrabass 

Mr. Schlecker: Student of Mr. Scott 



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THE CURTIS iilSTITUTE OF MUSIC 
Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season l%5-66 

GRADUATION RECITAL by 

PHILIP ALEXANDER 
ROBERT STEWART 

STUDENT RECITAL by 
JON PETERSON 
Oboe Students of Mr. John de Lancie 

Friday Afternoon, April 15, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

I 

Concerto for Two Oboes Tomaso Albinoni 

Allegro 
Adagio 
Allegro 

PHILIP ALEXANDER, Oboe 
JON PETERSON, Oboe 
Yumi Ninomiya, Violin Susan Winterbottom, Viola 
Thomas Michalak, Violin James Holesovsky, Violoncello 

II 

Sonata for Oboe Camille Saint-Saens 

Andantino 

Recitative - Allegretto - Recitative 
Molto allegro 

ROBEET STEWART, Oboe 
Diedre Irons, Piano 

III 

Seven Blake Songs Ralph Vaughn Williams 

for Tenor voice and Oboe 

Infant Joy The Shepherd 

A Poison Tree Ah.' Sun-flower 

The Piper Eternity 

The Lamb 

PHILIP ALEXANEER, Oboe 
William Cochran, Tenor 

IV 

Trio in C Major, Op. 87 Ludwig van Beethoven 

Allegro 
Adagio 

Minuetto: Allegro molto 
Finale: Presto 

ROBERT STEWART, Oboe 

JON PETERSON, Oboe 

PHILIP ATF.XANDER, English Horn 



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THE CURTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

Curtis Hall, Forty-second Season 1965-66 

RECITAL BY 

EUGENE PRIDONOFF, Pianist 

Tuesday Afternoon, April 26, 1966 at 5:15 o'clock 

PROGRAM 

Prelude and Fugue Johann Sebastian Bach 

No. 4. in C# minor. Vol. I 

Sonata in A minor, K. 310. . .Wolfgang Amadexis Mozart 
Allegro maestoso 

Andante cantabile con espressione 
Presto 

Etudes Op. 10 No. 7 in C major, . . . Frederic Chopin 
Op. 25 No. 6 in G# minor 

The Seasons Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky 

3. March - "Song of the Lark" 
8. August - "The Harvest" 

Intermission 

Prelude and Fugue in A major. . ,Dimitri Shostakovich 

Etude in C# minor .Alexander Scriabin 

Op. 42. No. 5 

Sonata in G major Op. 37. . Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky 
Andante non troppo qtiasi moderate 
Scherzo: Allegro giocoso 

Sonata No. 7 in Bb major Op. 83 . . .Serge Prokofieff 
Allegro inquieto 
Andante caloroso 
Precipitate 



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THE 

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INSTITUTE 

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PHILADELPHIA 




Thirty-third Annual Commencement and 
Conferring of Degrees 



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Curtis Hall • Philadelphia • Pennsylvania 

Saturday, May seventh 

Nineteen Hundred and Sixty-six 



ORDER OF CEREMONIES 



ORGAN PRELUDES 

Vater unser im Himmelsreich \ 

Jesu, meine Freude ! Johann Sebastian Bach 

Erbarm' dich mein. o Herre Gott J 

"O Welt, ich muss dich lassen" Johannes Brahms 

(Two settings) 



GRADUATE PROCESSION 

Processional Andre Campra 

Alexander McCurdy, Mus.D. 

INTRODUCTION 
President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist, Mus.D., L.H.D., Litt.D. 

ADDRESS 

Robert W. Neathery, Director 
The Science Museum 
The Franklin Institute 

AWARDING OF DIPLOMAS 

President, Mary Curtis Zimbalist 
Director, Efrem Zimbalist, Mus.D. 

CONFERRING OF DEGREES IN COURSE 

The President 
The Director 

The National Anthem — The Star-Spangled Banner 

GRADUATE RECESSION 
Finale from Grande piece symphonique Cesar Franck 



THE CL'RTIS INSTITUTE OF MUSIC 

DIPLO.MAS 

Voice 
Alice Louise Brady Mary Lou Falcone 

Daniel West Eby 

Piano 
Andrew Wolf 

Violin 
Ulf Hoelscher Tomasz Michalak 

Violoncello 
Nancy Hall Chumachenco James V. Holesovsky fin absentia) 

Harp 
Marina Beccera Alvarez 

French Horn 
Daniel Carter 

Clarinet 
Stanley Weinstein John Albert Koljonen 

Flute 
Laurie Michele Sokoloff Peter Randolph MacKinnon 

Oboe 
Robert M. Stewart, Jr. 

Trombone 
Arthur Douglas Wauchope, Jr. Charles M. Schupak 

Percussion 
Benjamin Harms Edwin W. Schneck 



DEGREES IN COURSE 

BACHELOR OF MUSIC 

Flute 
Charles Muns Wyatt 

Oboe 
Philip Ross Alexander (in absentia) 

Double Bass 
Thomas Everett Brennand 

Percussion 
John Russell Hartenberger 



Marshal 
Orlando Cole, B.M. 

Assistant Marshals 
Jon Peterson George Harpham 

David Cole Charles Holdeman