1 July 1959
Utah-Born Singer Dates Days of '47 Concert "I'm pleased to be working working with the Salt Lake Phil-harmonic Phil-harmonic Orchestra," said Lu Cretia Ferre, Utah-born lyric soprano who will head the 3lst ot soloists in the annual annual DayS'Of '47 Pops Coiv c«rt July 16 and 17. MUs Ferrs, who arrived here Sunday from New York, will sing the "Michaels" aria from Bizerfs Canneu as well as Gershwin's Gershwin's "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess. Sang: With Chorus A former student of John Marlowe N i e 1 s o n, Miss Ferre has sung under his direction" direction" with the University of Utah Male Chorus. She is currently studying with Salon A! belli. Miss Ferre has toured Europe, with concerts In Hoiland Hoiland and Germany. "My only regret about the European tour," she said, "was that even in a year and a half I didn't have the opportunity to see all that I wanted." Holland Concert "One of my most memorable memorable performances was as a guest of the Granite Arts program several years ago," Miss Ferre said. "I also enjoyed enjoyed performing a one- voice concert in Rotterdam, Holland.". A Carnegie Hall concert is next on Miss Ferre's busy schedule. The concert presents presents Miss Ferre Oct. 18 as this year's winner of the William Mathias Sullivan Foundation Award. The Days of '47 Pops'Con- cert, under the baton of Eu» gene Jelesnik, will be held at the Assembly Hall on Temple Square. A special feature of the concert will be •a v muslcal salute to the newly acquired states, Alaska, Alaska, and Hawaii. Other soloists on the pro. gram will include baritone Jim Lord, Carla Terry, Hawaiian Hawaiian Johnny Hlkla and the Madison Trio, comprised of Carolyn Dlson, Mary Lunn Lu Cretia Ferre . . . Utah soprano to sing In concert. A5 SEcN IN 'LIFE Adult, 75c Child/en FUlll ,.*...-„.„ - ~«TOo) 2 TOPFLIGHT FEATURES in COLOR! GARY MARIA KARL COOPER-SO ^TfCKWCOLOft* nUS THIS COMPANION flAtUHfl raHwotrim COME Uf FOt PIHHEH—HIM Ktf iugCEM, HOT DOGS.