Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 29, 1968 · Page 95
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 95

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Arl;»na Republi FH, Ma«* », IM Band Will Open PC Arts Festival : The Phoenix College Band, under the baton of Warren Wes- lef, 'will open the college's annual Fine Arts Festival today with a concert featuring music by American composers. Included in the concert will be such numbers as "Autumn in New York," "Star Dust," "Born Free," "The Walt Disney Overture" and "An Ellington Portrait." The program, which begins at 8 p.m. in the Phoenix College auditorium, will be open to the public free of charge. Also beginning today will be the annual Student Photography Exhibit, which will be held in the school library through Sunday, and a one-man mixed media exhibit by Merrill Mahaffey in the Hannelly Student Center, which will conclude April 19. A photography exhibit by Brett Weston will be displayed in the library Monday through April 19 and the annual Evening - Division Student Art Exhibit—mixed-media—will be held in the Hannelly Student Center from Sunday to April 7. The Phoenix College Chamber Singers will present their spring concert at 4 p.m. Sunday in the Hannelly Student Center. The group's repertoire will include Renaissance madrigals and motets, cantatas and contemporary music. Dr. Jose Vega, of the college language department, will present a slide show Wednesday, on pre-Columbian Art of Mexico. The program, which will begin at 2 p.m. in the auditorium, will be repeated at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The Fine Arts Festival, which will continue through April 19, will, also include the Hannelly Speech Contest, April 5; the Phoenix College Department of Dramatic Arts and Speech's presentation of "The Braggart Soldier," April 6-10; a concert by the Phoenix College Community Orchestra, April 7; and the annual spring concert of the Phoenix College A Cappella Choir, April 19. Corner of Indian School Road and ScoHsdale Road Uotfc OMWet Include^ Cheese Fondu, assorted Dry Toasts, plus one of the following appetizers. 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