Fred Hemke Again
Guest SaxophoniM Plays At University Ttimgkt , NMSU from (standing) way or Fred Hemke Prominent saxophonist F r e d Hemke will appear in concert with the University Symphonic. Wind Ensemble at 8 p.m. today in the Little Theater at N e w Mexico State University. Hemke is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and the Eastman School of Music. He was a student at the National National Conservatory in Paris, where he became the first American to win a first prize in saxophone. saxophone. .. Currently, he is associate pro- fesor of music at Northwestern University. A columnist for the late New York Herald Tribune, writing after Hemke's recent appearance appearance in a Town Hall recital, said "Display was certainly the watchword of last night's concert, concert, with rapid passages and sweeping melodies --. all of which ,Mr. Hemke .brought off with dash and style.- He fully captured the flirting innuendos and warm sadness so typical of works "for his instrument. Hemfce will present "Concerto "Concerto for Saxophone" by Roger Jager, Jager, a three '. movement work utilizing only a brass choir and percussion ensemble as its accompaniment accompaniment Hemke will also play two movements- from the. difficult "Concerto for Saxophone" Saxophone" by Paul Creston. The Symphonic Wind Ensem-. ble will present an entire program program of original wind music including "A n t i p h o n y for Winds," by Kechley, "Canzonn" by M e n n i n, "Serenade for Band" by Latham, "La Fiesta Mexicana," by Reed, and "Cal- vacade" by Roch, the''.University, Brass Choir will' perform' YSinfonia N' 0 3" by Hartley on 1 ''the same program; program; , Associate- conductor of t band'J..D. Folsom';and director of bands Ray Tross will share conducting honors: Â· The,public is,invited to atteod the concert free of-charge. Loren Mastiu New Chief Of Of Architects Â· IÂ»oren Mastin, Las Cruces architect, architect, will be installed in Â·uary as president of the M e x i c o Southern Chapter, American Institute of Architects. Architects. He has been vice president president of the organization t past year and was elected to t h e presidency at a recent meeting, in Roswell. The chapter has 18 members from Roswell, Clovis, H o Carlsbad, Alamogordo and Las Cruces!'It'is one of the t chapters forming the state society society of architects; Mastiu has'been a Las Cruces Cruces resident since 1962, moving here from Clovis in August that-year. He has been a state resident since 1955: He and family live at 1003 Bloomdale. . -.A member of the Las Cruces Â·.Noonday Lions Â· Club, the Con. Con. struclion Specification? Institute, Institute, Mesilla Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Dona Camera Club, he is also an skier, pilot and amateur photographer. photographer. The AIA was founded over years ago and its duties, oa both a national and state level, are numerous. It is responsible -for . continually upgrading the technical - professional aspects ,of the architectural profession and promoting legislation at various governmental levels to provide for safety in our public buildings. Â·Christmas Theme Seasonal decorations at t First National Bank include paintings reflecting the Christmas Christmas theme, by Las Cruces Majorie H. Tietjens. One of the works, "Posadas," .shows the traditional Mexican procession entering the Â· Mesilla home of Paul Taylor, carrying santds, religious images. The other is a madonna child in a Vienna cathdral.