Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1976 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 18, 1976
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25 #. Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April IS, 1976 Music Major Will ,Be Guest Artist At Symphony Ran'o Papini. University of Arkansas music major from Rogers and winner oE the an- .nual concerto - aria competition at the University, will be fea- .turcd as gtiest pianist in the ipring concerts to be played by the North Arkansas Symphony ;in Bentonvillc. Fayettevitle and Eureka Springs. The 1 concerts will be under the baton of Campbell Johnson with - the first performance Thursday evening at 8 p.m. in the Middle School Auditorium in Bentonvilio. The F a y e t t e v i M e concert will be Friday evening at 8 p.m. in the Pen's i : vn. and the third concert w i l l be played at Eureka Springs 'Sunday^Hfternoon at 3 p.m. in the Municipal Auditorium. Admission at all three locations will be charged. North Arkansas ' Symphony Societj season tickets are applicable at any of the three concerts; The program will include the "Overture" to "The Abduclinr from the Seraglio" by Mozart the Brahms' "Variations on a Th em e by J os eph Haydn. 'Symphony No. 2" by Charles .ves, t h e American composer, and the Mendelssohn "Piano 'oncerlo No.. } \ i n G-minor," ealuring Papini. The artist was born in Detroit. Mich., and has been a resident ot Arkansas for J5 vcars. He began his musical studies at "ihe age of 12 under ;he tutelage of Fulbright Scho- ar Mark Miloscvich. continuing iis instruction under the riirec- :ion of John Covvcll of the University's Music Department. Papini currently is a junior at the University and studies with Professor Jerome Rappaport. In addition (o w i n n i n g ihe concerto-aria competition, which gives him the opporttmitv to perform as a soloist with the Symphony, he also won the Tovey Award of 1976. and took top honors in the Arkansas Stale Music Teachers Assu- c i a t i o n competition last January. He.will Ei ve h' s junior recital at the University today. Tt will be free and open to the public. RANO PAPINI . .. University ol Arkansas music major will be guesl pianist in the spring concerts to be played by Ihe North Arkaiisas Symphony in Fayetteuille, Bentonville and Eureka Springs Malfitano Duo^To Appear In Concert The Malttlano Duo is unique.' erfonning under auspices ol h c Northwest Arkansas omrmmity Concert Association \ Tuesday, April 20; Ihe voEcc- ict-violfn duo is composed of e young, excitingly brilliant jr, o t ' the New York City pera, Catherine MalfiUmb, ant! or father, distinguished 'violin* I Joseph Malfitano, a concert oloist /who has also been alhorlne's only vocal teacher. The f o u r t h and" last concert L the current season, the p» ormance will b e , given at . Tuesday in the Men's Gym o n ' t h e campus of the Jnivcrsity of Arkansas in Fay* tteville," : Ttie MalfHano Duo continues o captivate audiences in coast- o-coast concerts. Seldom. H vcr, has there been a voice nd violin -duo in concert or n recordings. Contrary to the traditions oiilc of most American opera ingers. Miss Malfitano has made her rise strictly through pera houses in tlic United States, starling with her riebu' n 1972 as NaneLla in "FalslaH 1 vith the Central City Opera, tt icr present starring roles wiil he New York City Opera. As a "result oE her American success and her rave notice or her performance of Susann; : ?jr" Miss HannahwEngaged Mr.:.and ^Irs. \Varren K. Han- hah.:oL Fayettcville a n n o u n c e -the"cngagomcnt of their ;^a"u£litcr t Brenda K., to Charles R. D i x o n , son of Mr. a'uil Jlrs. Eugene L. Dixon, also g^Fayelleville. The bride- elccl-fs a 1974 graduate - of FayeUevilfc High School TvhejiT'sne M~as a member nt the'^alional Honor Society aiKf7~A" Ca-ipella Choir. She is presently atli'mling Fayctle- ville Business College and is a member of The Xeu r Creations choral group. The prospect ive bridegroom, also a FayeUcvllle High School graduate, is a sophomore at t h c University of Arkansas ina- joring in Agronomy. T h c wedding is planned fur 3 o'clock m llic a f t c r n n i i n on Sunrfay, A u g . S, at University Baptist Church in Fayetf etui h Woman Wo'rfys About Liberated Daughter By A U 1 G A I I . VAN BUREN DEAR A H B Y : Please help mo. My beautiful 24-year-ot daughter is ruining her life. She refuses to listen to me because; tie thinks that I'm old-fashioned. She would like to get married, hut she comes on so strong he scares all the men a\yay. She is into this Women's Lin thing .Hid doesn't believe in waiting for a man to call her. If she wants to go out with him, she call him. up. She even takes her own car and brags that she picked lip the chock! Abbv, this daughter has a college degree, is beautiful and has a 36 D bust. (That's another problem. Some stupid saleslady (old her. "If you got it, flaunt it," so now everything s h e owns has a plunging neckline.) If she doesn't quit coming on like the U.S. Marines, she will never gel a man. How can I convince her that she is going about it all wrong, and if she wants to get married, she will have to play hard to] get and be more ladylike? ·· WORRIED MOTHER DEAR MOTHER-.;! know you mean well, lull Ilicre is nothing you can-,rio lo help ymir d a u g h t e r get a man. Let her lie herscll, nnd one of these days she M i l l f i n d a man wlio likes an aggressive, honest girt who doesn't play games. . ; DEAR ABBY: My love (whom we'll call "Janis") i.s h a l t . m y age. has somewhat of a past, hut says things like, "We should always be honest with each other." But Ihe other day she came to me with the tale (hat her 90-year-old grandmother in Detroit is ailing, that she'd have to fly there for a week to be with h'er and that she'd write or phone me. ; She never wrote or called. And she stayed two' weeks.- No sooner had her plane been airborne. Dear Abby,'that, ,1 found out through friends at the terminal that Janis didn't : go lo Detroit -- she went to San Franciscp-whcre she has an old boyfriend. I also found out that she had told her employer that she was going to Florida. So what do I do? Confront her, punch her lying mouth or gently- drop her and in so doing give up the nicest thing that's happened to me in a long time? . : . ' . PETE DEAIl PETE: In light of her "we should ahray.s he honest to each other" preachment, confront her. Ami then drop her -unless you want n "love" Midi'a lying, mouth. Everyone has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A., Calif. 90063. Enclose stamped, sclf-addresseil envelope, please. , . . . (C) by Chicago Tribune-re.Y. Nevis Synil. Inc. Edmondson Will Present Senior Piano Recital The University of Arkansa viH present Eddie Edmonspn senior piano major, in a recila at 8 p.m. Monday in the Fin Arts Center Concert Hall. A student oE Mrs. i.Caroly Hickson, assistant professor c music, Edmonson , will pi a "Sonata No. .30 in E- Major, Oj 109" by Beethoven; thro Chopin etudes; "L'islc joyciise by Debussy: and ''Mephisto Walla" by Liszt. '· Edmonson is the son of Mr. Elbert Edmonson of Sprinpria' and the lale Mr, Edmondson , The 'recital is free ann ope to the public. "The' Marriage of Figaro' ith the Holland Festival, she now. equally in demand on e intcTjiational scene. Reviews oE Miss MalfJtano's erformances have been extrc ely Favorable. After appearing s' the mud heroine in "Lucia i Lammermoor' in Detroit, lich., in January of this ycari je Free Press described the oprano as the. "operatic god- nd of the seventies. She is singing nclress, moaning that ic acts with both her voice l her body. As s u c n ^ she., oins a select rank of Icgcndan peratic singers. The divine alias heads the group. Anna loffo belongs, as does Beverly ills." The critic wrote that- Miss lalfitano's voice "is like a camtess garment, clear from op to bottom. She floats pianis- imos likt? Ivory floats soap, nd slic is not afraid to let or voice take on harshness /hen the dramatic situation emands it. 1 ' The New York Times wrote ifter a performance that "lier )caulifully inflected interpreta- ion galvanized the attention oE he audience/' The other half of t h e father- laughter team made his debut n Carnegie Hall in 1957. Malfitano is known for his championing of difficult modern music - and lus exceptional mdcrstanding and mastery of he contemporary idiom. He has 'ained wide recognition for his nterprctation of the traditional ·cpertoirQ. "Ii(j did not merely play the ictes," the New York Times reported recently. "He solved most of the complex rhythmic and contrapuntal passages as Ef they had been beginners' eludes." The malifitanos first performed as a duo at Carnegie Hall in 1973 and since then .have appeared in a number of joint recitals each year throughout [he United Stales and Europe. Admission to the concert .will be by season membership card, and University students will be admitted upon presentation ol identification cards. No tickets are sold al the door. MALFITANO DUO . . . the voice-and-vlolin duo is composed o\ Catherine Mai- fi/aiio and- her father, violinist Joseph Malfitano, who will perform here Tuesday Lee Installed As President Terry Lee, a junior political science' major from Holly 1 r o v e , was installed as p r e s i d e n t of the Black Americans for Democracy al he University of Arkansas \Vedncsdav. He succeeds Dinah Gail Gant'of Weld on. Other 1976 officers installed were Evcrelle Lynn Harris, a. [tinior journalism major f r o m Little Rock, vice president; W a n d a - .Marshall, freshmai architecture s t u d e n t from Turrctl, secretary; Brcnrt; Mitchell, freshman chemistry major from Houston, Tex. assistant secretary; Joovelyn George,, a sopmore accounting major from Chicago, III. treasurer, and Deborah Lewis a sophmore business majo from West Helena, .parlimen tarian. Fair Queen Pageant Set In Huntsville HUNTSVILLE -- The Madison C o u n t y Fair Queen 'aEeant and . Beauty Revue ill be held at 7:30 p.m. Anril 2"! at the Bill D. Watson Cafe- orium in IlunlsviHc, The pageant is sponsored by Madison County Homemakers Council and Mrs. Stella Starnes ind Mrs. Evelyn Watson ol Wesley are co-chairman. In addition to selecting the 'air queen winner competition will be held for Mr. and Miss Tiny, Tot r ages one to three; Tiny Tot King and-Queen, ages four to six; Prince and Princess Tot," ages seven to nine; Junior prince apd princess, ages 10 to 12; senior princess, ages 13-15. . Registration and rehearsal for prospeclive candidates will be held at 7 p.m. April 22 and i f - t h e r e are not'three or more contestants'the category will be cancelled. ·: f : Engagement Announced MnTsruJ Mrs Fred Waylaml J'Dl/ard nf K l y l h c v i l l c , a;i- nrMihce the e n g a g e m e n t nf Ihein d a u f j h f e r , K a l f i l c e n , In Fra'nfc \Vyanl Jr., son nf Mr. ;and,~}frs, F. Willis WyanI rtf ·TuL«; .Okla. 'The liridc-olccl ! graduated f r o m JJlyllieville High~;Sclic*ol a n r l attended Ihe University of A r k a n s a s w h e r e 'she;\vas a m e m b e r of Alpha I'amttfta Delia scholastic hr»n- orarx (riUernily. She !s prc.s- d by S f j u t h w c s t - ern Hell Telephone Co., in Kayctlevillc. Jlcr hance is a tfraduiile of Thomas A. Kdibrni High .Svhuril in Tulsn and rc- teivci! a Jladtdor of Ar;s Degree in PsychnlnRy from ( li e University ol Oklahoma. He i.s c-mpluyed ns a psych iaIric t e c h n i c i a n al Springdalc Memorial H o s p i t a l , The ivertding wjl] he an event of 2 o'clock !n (he afleriHJOJi on Saturday, .May 15, al Si. PaiiF's ftrrfscn- pal C h u r c h in F a p c l l c v i l f e . iilirifiiriM x-~; Announcements Kii ii iiatmraMiiiiiiiiBiiii n m t'Kc aged v;i]l be given Thursday f r o m - If) a.m. to 12 noon · al the l3enlon County Learning Center*- rIO S.W. "A" Slreel in Bcnton'ville. The course v,i|] he fl'f.sentfii by Public Iloallh ruirs'eKTand tnere ii no cnarge, Inlerestcd persons rmy cull 273- -J7.17 to e n r o l l . A n evening course will he offered al a later dale. . ' ,:,:: .:3.i .:; l . ; Si; :;. . :t:_ · ' ;'.ni:, :0 SJRma Nu Mothers ami Wives Club v.ill mcc-l at 10 a.m. Thursday (April 22) at the home of Mrs. George G e a r h a r l , 400 N. Washington Avc. Oullook Ciuh will have a luncheon rrtceting »t ]2:.'tO p.m.. Wednesday fn tho home of .Mrs. Neil Kullon. Mrs. O.W. Bond will give tho program. 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