Twin Cities Symphonic Society
Women. the wedding. MISS ACKERMAN Tuesday, Sept. 17. Twin Cities Symphonic Society Announces its 1968-1969 18th Annual Concert Season HENDRIK de BUJ 'Â·eiidint Conductor MARI TSUMURA VIOLINIST HENDRIK DE BUJ, Resident Conductor St. Joseph High School Auditorium Concert 1 October 27,1968 8:15 P.M. Concert 2 DÂ«c. 8,1968 3:30 P.M. Concert 3 February 23,1969 4:00 P.M. Concert 4 March 30,1969 |8tl5P.M. Concert 5 April 27,1969 8:15 P.M. Margot Courtright, pianist Saint-Saens "Concerto in G miner" Christmas Program "Hodie" by Vaughan Williams Cantata with soloists, Choir from Andrews. University, Boys'Choir "Hodie'^means "This Day" - the day Chrisf'was born. Clark Brody, Clarinetist Clarinet soloist from Chicago Symphony Orchestra, playing Mozart's "Concerto for Clarinet and Orchestra" . Mari Tsumura, violinist "A mistress of the bow, Miss Tsumura commands a big, round, Â·expensive tone, rich in sonorous mellowness; ' ' . Â· 21 years of age and Japanese born. Been in this country for 3 years. Helen Boatwright, soprano . An audio-visual delight. Regal in appearance and voice, she can "melt, you with the tenderness of a single note, and enchant you with the Â· Â· exquisite curve of a single phrase".