Independent from Long Beach, California on February 24, 1964 · Page 21
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 21

Long Beach, California
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Monday, February 24, 1964
Page 21
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Young Musician Debut Is Delightful By JlrtlEN MUSAF1A Tte winners of the annual Young Musician's Competition were presented in a formal debut with the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Lauris Jones Saturday night at Millflcan High School Auditorium. I · The opportunity to play be-j It was gratifying to note fore a Urge audience with the how a c c o m p l i s h e d these tccompamment of a profes-Jyoung, locally trained artists sional orchestra is perfups.were. Certain moments of in the most momentous and use- security notwithstanding, they ful award that can be given,*!! came triumphantly through an untried musician, and a test that miy be deter much credit must go to thc'miaant in their plans for . Long Beach Symphony A^so-Jmusical career. Union ItoOMriinc Trust Fjadi fhe pieces chosen f for the judiciousness of their debut were cot easy, in fact 1 - they were taken from the In a ceremony on stage.!backbone of the standard rep- monetaiy prizes were also ertoire. An exception was the given the winners by repre-[seldom heard clarinet con sentatires of Beach clubs. several Long certo by Staiaitz. John Dorch played this concerto witf From Bloodied Nose Didn't Hurt Bandit Portrayal By SAMUEL A. BOYEA Confucius never jot tround to saying it. but put iretty brunette to play » bold, bad Chinese bandit with vigor aed the result might be a bloody nose--for the pretty bandit This is the way it turned out in the second half of the and music by Mark Bucci "At work an they talk about is dates, and on dates an they talk about Is work." great clarity, in a restrainted * snne f l n« m style ouite clausibV for the Pursued them. Nothing Stops Fan of Beatles LONDON WV-The Beatle took to the water Sunday ba a shrieking mob of fans still style quite plausible for the I Manheim school cf compo- I sition. Soprano Kathleen Crawford' While adults were stf aghast at the hysterical we! come French A-Tcst in Africa Told PARIS. Monday (UPO --[graphs at Haiss Messaoud." The newspaper Combat Sun-j Both French and Algerian day quoted what it described'authoritles refused comment as reliable reports that oa the report fan- was tlie first of the two plays. It was well sung and BiL Griffith (Hi Tee) and RacheHeJ Lacbnan (his wife. Li Mo)'I performed creditably. "The] I Lost Princess." also by Dan I Tctherob, with its thunder-- f the Liverpool (delivered the -Jewel Song-IJUturday »t London airport ¥mrr« *F*Mr# ** t**r r^ss..«i»^t * ' . from with "Faust," by Gounod a resonant voice on their return from the wo one-act Oriental asies presented by Long Beach Recreation Department at Marshall Junior H i g h School auditorium over the weekend. To the credit of the unusual production under director Kenneth Rugg and lovely ind the unbilled "bloody| iCtthy Martin who portrayed nose"--was the more exciting Lo Ho. the bandit, the mishap of the double bill, even added to the "casual" charm of the production. · * » · WHILE BUSS M a r t i n fought off the bloody nose off-stage, accompanist Elsie Kimbrough gamely played 'Misty." Miss Martin returned after a few minute's delay and continued her fine performance as the leaping, hen-fire bandit The young actress was indeed the out standing performer in the two one-acters which, unlike the France carried out an underground nuclear test in the Sahara Friday. The newspaper said according to the reports the explosion took place at Ain Ekker, Algeria, and that it was "clearly registered on seismo- Nikes for China TAIPEI «V-Four test fir ings of Nike Hercules ground- to-air missiles are scheduled to begin in April in North I Formosa, the Nationalist I Chinese army announced. INOEPtNDEiVST--?*ss C-S . tlt MM* r«. «. tM4 Wilson Back in Race LOS ANGELES UV-Con-! gressman Charles H. Wilson.' D-Los Angeles, said Sunday he will run for a second term, in the House of "Representa-' lives from the 31st District H d C H S O I N O O * Monday, March 9th -- 8:00 P.M.Ii WNfT *0*WALI we3 controlled dynamics. The' rich quality of her voice and LISTON-CLAY FIGHT TICKETS ON SALE NOW1 Wtit Coast HE 6-4209 CHOICE her good sense of pitch at traded immediate favorable attention. DON KRAMER played the third movement from Men- 'delssoha's Violin Concerto. .His fleet fingers helped him negotiate the most difficult [passages in this concerto at ithe requisite speed while his bowing showed more than 'once considerable strength. "^.United States, the kids remained in fuU cry. The Beatles started by ear for an all-day television recording session at Teddington, outside London. At Twickenham they boarded a launch to cross the Thames. But on the banks and clustered over the bridge were more than 1,000 fans who scrambled to get close to their heroes when they disembarked. When the Beatles got, to ---the recording studio, officials The department will repeat t j presentation at Jefferson Junior High School, 750 Eu-| did'Are, on Saturday next at 10-30 a.m. and 230 pjn. The plays are best suited to children nine years and over. SHOW TIMES Here are the starting times] of features in Long Beach, average children^ play* leftjtheaters as listed by theater something to the imagination mangers: of its youthful audience. The large cast, supplemented by voice "orchestra" and an all-purpose property man played with the right deadpan disinterest by Glenn Mon. was not always effective in pulling off its ambitions, but it was inspiring to see them grapple with techniques now popularized at the adult level is the Brecht Theater. Accordingly, indications are that ITATI ·Martin J9*n.~ 3:30, ron." 12:39. « 10. I-H. J.SOl "Ctantr- Iriindint m* VOTI." 7.00. 18H ^nulc*." I.4S. A rUU« TIC .- Itif Yuffl Vw« Trw." -««rt M«nr.~ I 3L -C«mt'«" Wort Com.* 10 X. J «. 7.30. I ~ ~" r I4rri 4 *°^ t ."!. V ;T 'i J - :i ?-' ! ?· I 1JM. l:l». BTl WWhnjn--Card Lvnlrr LMTM ftKUl "SHOCK TREATMENT" To conclude the program.] told the kids they would be _ = _ , T: --- , ----- ^. '-busy until midnight-- but the fins stayed outside, braced for a 1 2 -hour wait Lenten Procession Led by Pope Paul Paul has a director in Kenneth !;v a · O X Y »«nctwjrin canSiai**,- * 234 -«!r»4 Gun." 4«. -Fivt rttinin.- I Craig Nies played the first movement from Tschaikow- sky*» first Piano Concerto, His tempi were beneficially slower than those prevailing among young pianists, but certainly from choice and not from want of technical prowess. 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