June 2, 1935 - Salt Lake Tribune - Sunday

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June 2, 1935 - Salt Lake Tribune - Sunday - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 2,...
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1935. Stage and Screen Civic Orchestra's Sunday Program Concludes Series Singing, dancing and orchestral Business and Professional Women's numbers will be included in the Philharmonic Philharmonic Civic orchestra's concluding concluding interesting program, which is to bo presented Sunday at 4 p. m. in the auditorium of the East high school. Philip K. Ripka will be conductor. conductor. Mrs. James C. Ho»le and Mrs, John Jensen will act as hostesses for the Returns club, Salt Lake Elks' club, Moose club, Cplanthe Myrtle lodge No. I, Knights of Pythias, Cambrian association, association, the Maeser Society of Utah, nnd the National Federation of Postoffice Postoffice Clerks, local branch. The principal features of this concert concert program, will be the playing of a symphonic overture entitled "The , , -- ...-^ -—I ,.,!,_ -- ->j • •<tJtiuiiiv. uvciiuii; un Liiieu j.ne concert. Sponsoring orgnnixations Golden Crest." of which Professor ,i-c« the Catholic Women'.* league,(William C. dive, Salt Lake City mu- Sm Lake junior chamber of com- '"• r - ' mercy, SiiM_L;>ke Advertising club. iTcachcr of Trombone Home From California siciun, is ihe composer. Mr. Ripka will surrender his baton In Mr. Clivc, who will personally direct the orchestra orchestra in tile interpretation of his composition. Mr. Ciive will also favor favor the audience wilh a number of original polos for violin. A number of interpretive dances Burness Salin has returned to u ' iu be" offered by the Frazicr James -'• •" • '-• - ^[Dancers of Chicago, who have per- Salt Lake City from a two weeks' formed in New York and eastern study course in Long Beach with cHi^V welo Herbert L. Clarke. Mr. Clarice, rcc-!- ?c L'tion, with a great deal of success. - — = ---' - - •• •-• Their dance selections will include ognis-.ed a.s one of the world's greatest greatest cornet soloists, is conductor of the Long Beach hand. He formerly played with Gilmore's band, with Snusa, Victor Herbert and Waiter Damrosch. Mr. Salin feels that he was afforded afforded a -splendid opportunity for study, inasmuch as Mr. Clarke retired retired from active teaching about ten Mr. Salin will resume years ago. his teaching of trombone at the Mc- Cunc School of Music and Art, with which institution lie has been connected connected for the past year. Chorus Heard Bel Canto Ladies' chorus, directed by Mr.*. Avon Price, will present the I following selections at the regular service to be held in the Seventeenth ward chnppl Sunday at 6:30 p. m.: £'}?' s £ nr > .................... Snlnt-Stvr-ns -ns Or in•• in•• uV,o- l.ridal H Mrs m D;mce Charity .. .......... ........ ..., Bertha Sessions, soloist Contralto solo .................. Selected Jllene Echlck rMm^; v :::: : '•'•'•'•'•'•'.'''.'-'. : H uinc? """""" .................. Ar < mi niminrr. Nu- attention .staring that last escort," he Indians l«-,st chief Sir William ....•s. Emmn BHIinsrs SoloinAii Soprano solo Selected ..,., „ Miss Sessions Ultle Brown Dnby Bnssett Dctir Lnml of Freedom '.Donizetti Carry On •• •-^--^--• •-^ Durham Style in Bags Bags made of wooden beads have been popular for some time, but this season the style is appearing in a new wny. Ginger Rogers, currently currently cpstnrrcd with Fred Astaire, has one of these bags in white, made of large and small beads arranged in a geometrical pattern. "The Combat" (Chopin), presented by Paul James and Marguerite Lundi; Pas de Deux (Tschaikowsky), Lois Bailey and Mr. James; and the Flagel- lantes (Beethoven), this latter a dance depicting thc mental and physical physical tortures of a group termed "the flagellenles." Arthur "Frazier, who is accompanist for the dances, will offer the solo number, Beethoven's Rondo, Op. 2, No. 5. The Excelsior Singers, a local chorus, will offer two choral nunv! bers, Strauss' "Greeting from Spring'' and Victor Herbert's "Gypsy Love Sang." William J. Koew is director of the chorus, and Sam Denos, tenor, will be soloist. Another interesting feature of thc entertainment will be "The Dance of Death," to be offered by the Bercu Sisters. Tiiis number is an original creation by these dancers, a pnh whn began their professional careers at thc ages of C and 7, touring Mexico and the eastern coast. They attained proficiency in the folk dancing of Jtfexico under the tuition of a Mexican Mexican instructor, and have also given a great deal of time and study to in lerptetivc dancing. Rose Falsetti. a member of thc orchestra, orchestra, is to give a piano solo with orchestral accompaniment. Under Mr. Ripka's skilled direction, with Edna Hoohner assisting as concert mistress, ihc following orchestral program will be given: M. March -from "Midsummer T,I "•"•", s Dream> Mendelssohn Violin solo: Concert Mazurka . .W. C. CHvc Walt?, of the Flowers Tschaikowsky Valois Zi\rr, conducting Overture, "The Golden Crest"...W. C. Clive Mr. Clive conducting One Fine Day from "Madam Butterfly" 'MISS FalYeYti,' soloist Dance of the Hours Ponchtrlli La Var York City, is spend the summer, received by plans !o nrrive go at once to visit with Mrs. brother. Arvold. Mr. Jenson, east until late distinction in He has been, for an instructor of City, appearing important musicales. his pupils, given the favorable New York. Mrs. Percival musical tea at Ea5t street, honor of Mi?s young pianist, Opera to Be Americanized day for a year's Europe. The program fol.ows: Prelude In D minor First Arabesque. Miss Country Dance ^lair de Lune Prneludium Kathleen Dance Amcrlcaine Gondollore Du bist die Huh

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