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Artists League Will Present Concert at LBSC: Robinson Beach State College Music Department, In cooperation with the Youne Artists' League of Los Angeles County, will present Â· concert by performer members of the league In the Little Theatre on the campus at 8:30 p. m. Friday. The concert, which Is open to the public, will feature Nancy Pcaree, mezzo-soprano, and the Padorr Trio (Lalla Padorr, flute; Lynn Kale, cello, and Delores Stevens, piano). will Â· mark The program Mlsi Pearcc's first appearance under Young Artlstt 1 League auspices. The young mozzo- soprano, a native of Los Angeles, Is a past winner of the young artist audition of the San Gabriel Valley Symphony Orchestra, and has sung with that organization, She also has sung for two summers at the annual Bach Festival In Carmcl. and Is soloist at the All Saints Episcopal Church In Pasadena. The Padorr Trio has been heard recently In concerts at the Los Angeles County Museum - and the Assistance League in Hollywood, as well as In Young Artists' League programs at P o m o n a and Mount St. Mary's College. The flutist, Lalla Padorr, has had wide expcrienco as a sc- lolst and chamber music player In the Chicago area and In Franco. A graduate of Northwestern University School of Music, she has also studied at the Julllard School and at FontalnblcaU. Lynn Kale, the young cellist of the group, has been engaged In musical activities since the age of 12, when she became* first cellist of thn Burbank Y o u t h Symphony. She was winner of the Long Beach Young Artists' Competition In 1855 and 1R56, and has been a scholarship student at the Music Academy of the West for two summers. w i n n i n g the Platlgorsky Award In 1956. She li a scholarship student of Stephen De'ak at the University of Southern California, The pianist of the trio, Delores Stevens, also Is a former scholarship s t u d e n t of the West. Her teachers have been Jan Chlapusso and Joanna Graudan, In addition to performances In this country, she 1ms playod In Hawaii, and has taught at the Punahou Music School there. Trie program at Long Beach State will be the third event In the second season of activ- ity by t h t " Young Artists' League, T h i s organization, whom pnnclpal purpose Is to provide public performance experience for young musical artists, carries forward Iti program through the cooperation of colleges and universities In the Los Angeles area, which provide facilities for the presentation of the programs. Performing members of the League are selected through competitive auditions. Said ic be the only organization of Its kind In the country, the League Is guided hy a spon- soring group headed by Robert Turner. ThÂ« flnal League ;Â· of the present season , be given June 14 In Han- Auditorium, University of Southern California, comer TOP QUALITY for MEN S A L E S - . - R E N T A SHOP JH1 ATLANTIC GA 7-0111 Create a New You (or the Tall Longer-Waisted Woman A cornpltfe wardrobe in ill the New Fibrici Â«m) Colon Sizci 10 ihiu 20 Opm Frl, NIÂ»M 711 f P.M. -- LON4 BCACH -- JJO Amcticati HE 6-1690 -- HUNTINGTON PARK -2510 H. GÂ»fje W 1-6417 '.II Â· T.ll Â· I.M Â· I.ll Â« TÂ«ll Acquire Poll. Charm ClaxÂ»eÂ» Include! Figure Correction Personality Development Make-up Hair Styling Wardrobe Profettlonal Modeling Ton! D!r*etor Special Classes for Teenagers DIVIHANNE SCHOOL OF CHARM 3837 Long Beach Blvd. Call GA 4-0235 for Appointment DAY AND KVENING CLASSES IMD.IIf.