Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 29, 1968 · Page 97
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 97

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Friday, March 29, 1968
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IJTh»A BULLDOG William H. Hill, Director Of Bands ASU Conductor Will Lead Phoenix Concert Band At Sunday's Concert Band Leader the Last Performer in Series Sunday's free concert at 2:30 p.m. in the Phoenix College au ditorium will feature William H. Hill and the Phoenix Concer Band in a program themed fc "Music of the Great Compos ers." Hill,, director of bands at Ari zona State University, will con duct the 28-piece band in classi cal selections that will conclude a four-week series of Sunday programs. The programs have been sponsored by the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Depart ment, Phoenix Federation o, Musicians Local 586, Phoenix College, and The Arizona Re public. Amateur entertainment will be provided by Carmel Ross man, violinist from Ingleside School, and Susan Pierson, vocalist from West High School. Teen Takes Concert Over LONDON (AP) — In an age of teen-age pop stars, London has produced a teen-age symphony composer-conductor. The London Symphony announced its baton will be taken over for a night on April 7 by Oliver Knussen, 15. The orchestra will play Symphony No. 1 by Oliver Knussen. Oliver's father, Stuart Knus- sen, is the orchestra's principa double bass player, which makes the boy composer some what anxious — not about his own performance, but his par ent's. "If I had conducted any other orchestra," he said, "the prin cipal double bass wouldn't be as nervous as this one is going to be." Oliver has been writing musi since he was 6. He has pro duced 60 works so far and ha been commissioned to writ two works for large orchestras. He got the one - night - stam conducting job as one of th substitutes for the orchestra' regular conductor, Istvan Ker tesz, who is ill. Bulger Closes Audubon Series SEDONA—John Douglas Bui ger, wildlife photographer an lecturer, will be presented a 8 p.m. April 17 in the final pro gram this season of the Audubo Wildlife Film Series in the Sedona School auditorium. Tickets may be purchased a the door for $1.50, adults, and ?1 for children. Dr. Bulger will show the film ' 'Wild Rivers of North America,' and lecture during the program ENDS SUNDAY Racing, Wagering, Pining First Post 8 p.m. Ph. 271-7181 PHOENIX GREYHOUND PARK E. WASHINGTON AT 40th STREET FUNKS' 6XEWOUN0 RACJNOKUtCUfT Both performers were winners in the classical music division of The Republic's recent contest for young musical talent in the Valley. Today's Video for Las Vegas \ Fish Dmrfe • • | • I Deserf Rose Hotel * 3424 I. Von luren IR 5-4421 From Soup to Dessert ALL YOU CAN EAT $125 1 Chlldrenn Ptrtion — $1.0» Dine here once . .. and you'll come aialn, aiiin, afiln and again. KOftK-NBC Us Vegas Ckn. I KLAS-CBS Las V«fts Chdfl. I KSHO-ABC Las Vegat Chan. If FRIDAY, MARCH 2& «:00 ( 3) Think 8:30 ( $) Morning Funtime (c) 7:00 ( 3) Today (c) 7:05 ( *) Joseph Benti (c) 7:25 ( 3) Network News 7:30 ( 3) Today (C) ( 8) Marvel Superheroes (c) (13) This Morning (c) 8:00 ( 8) Capt. 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