The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 26, 1986 · Page 36
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 36

Salina, Kansas
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Sunday, January 26, 1986
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Entertainment The Salina Journal Sunday, January 26,1986 Page 36 Copley, Conrad return for 'Messiah' LINDSBORG — Soprano Rebecca Copley and mezzo-soprano Barbara Conrad, both of New York City, will be two of the soloists for the 1986 Messiah Festival of music and art, March 23-30 at Bethany College. Both have appeared as soloists in previous Messiah Festivals. Copley was the soprano soloist in 1982 and also was an alumna soloist in a special 1981 centennial week preceding that festival. Conrad was the mezzo- soprano in 1980 and 1982. Copley was the 1985 winner of the Verdi Aria Competition at the Aspen Music Festival. She was the 1983 Southwest Regional simifinalist in the Metropolitan Opera Council Auditions, and won numerous Kansas and regional awards before moving to New York. She has appeared throughout the nation in concerts, recitals, theatre, oratorio and opera — including the New York Chorus Society, Berkshire Choral Institute of Massachusetts and the Columbia Pro Cantare of Maryland. She has been a soloist for \, Copley Conrad oratorio organizations in New York, Kansas, Illinois and Missouri. She also has performed in recital in Sweden. Copley will be the soprano soloist March 12 for the Bach "Mass in B Minor" presented by Musica Sacra in Avery Fisher Hall in New York. She has studied voice with Elmer Copley, conductor of the Bethany Oratorio Society and the festival's music director; Berton Coffin, Bernard U. Taylor and Michael Trimble. Conrad made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 1982. She recently PRIME-TIMER SHOW (*) $9 25 SEN. CITIZENS ANYTIME. 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She has performed with the Cleveland Orchestra, Tulsa Philharmonic, Springfield Symphony, Dayton Philharmonic, and opera companies including Seattle and Toledo. She had the role of Marian Anderson in the ABC Television production of "Eleanor and Franklin, The White House Years.'' Her European debut was at the Frankfurt State Theatre. She also has appeared with the Vienna State Opera, London Symphony, Brussels Opera, Caracas Metropolitan Teatro Nacional, Munich, and Italy's San Remo Festival. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, Conrad first performed the Carmen role with the Houston Opera and later with the New York City Opera. Messiah Festival ticket orders have been received by mail since the conclusion of the 1985 Festival. Mail and walk-up orders will be processed beginning Feb. 1, according to business manager Shirley Reissig. Mid America Inn Restaurant SUNDAY BEUNCH llam-2pm {$£* tffcfif Free Sundae 9 * *F «J 1842 N. 9th SaHaa, KS For Lease Space formerly occupied by the Diet Center in Kraft Manor 211 W. Cloud Phone 827-7020 'Strings 'n Things' concert scheduled Seventy-five string students from Salina Central and South high schools will work Thursday with a clinician, Zuohuang Chen, in preparation for the eighth annual Strings 'n Things concert. The concert will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Central High auditorium. Chen is director of the University Symphony Orchestra and associate professor of conducting at the University of Kansas. Born in China, Chen passed the country's national examination of music and was selected by the Ministry of Culture in 1980 to become the first Chinese conductor to study music in the United States. He earned his master of music degree from the University of Michigan in 1982. Last year, he was the first to receive the doctor of musical arts degree in orchestra conducting there. Orchestra students will rehearse with Chen throughout the day Marquee Thursday. They have been preparing the music for six weeks under the direction of Salina School District string teachers Susan Higbee, Tom Hudson and Bob Edwards. Charles Warren, Central High band teacher, has prepared the wind and brass members of the orchestra. Thursday's program will offer a variety of music. It will open with the "Grand March from Aida" by Verdi. It will include Shubert's "Unfinished Symphony," selections from "My Fair Lady" and "Music from the Royal Fireworks" by Handel. Edwards and Hudson will present a jazz solo during Fran Feese's "Strings on Stage: Blues." The Salina Symphony Guild will provide concert ushers. A reception will follow the concert, with Central High orchestra members' parents as hosts. Tickets for the concert are $1.50. They can be purchased at Edgington- Midwest Music, 210 S. Santa Fe; the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission in the Smoky Hill Museum building, 211 W. Iron; and from participating high school string students. SUNDAY JANUARY Live in Salina "Painting Churches" and excerpts from "The Taming of the Shrew," studio drama productions, Marymount Little Theatre, 7:30 p.m. Salina movies A Chorus Line: The Movie — Mid- State Cinema, Rated PG-13 American Rabbit — Sunset Plaza Cinema (matinee only), Rated G A Nightmare on Elm Street-2 — Vogue, Rated R My Chauffeur — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Out of Africa — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated PG Runaway Train — Fox Theater, Rated R ' Troll — Mid-State Cinema, Rated PG-13 TV movies, specials 6 p.m. — Agatha Christie's Murder with Mirrors, CBS, Salina Cable Channel 12 Helen Hayes, Bette Davis (1985). Amateur sleuth Miss Marple investigates murder at an elderly friend's ancestral home, an ancient castle that now serves as a rehabilitation center for juvenile delinquents. 7 p.m. — The Turning Point, Salina Cable Channel 7 2-NICHT MOVIE RENTAL Rent A Movie Today Keep It Tonight! Keep It Tomorrow Night! Bring It Back The Next Morning By 9 AM! Anne Bancroft, Shirley MacLaine (1977). Two friends from ballet training school who selected different roads many years earlier meet again and question their chosen' paths. 8 p.m. — Single Bars, Single Women, ABC, Salina Cable Channels 9 and 10 Shelley Hack, Paul Michael Glaser (1984). Several young women press the elusive search for romance, adventure and companionship at the local singles bar in then* hometown. SUPER BOWL SUNDAY SALINA JUNCTION CITY Dine-In or Carry-Out 762-52OO 825-2283 Delivery 823-9129 732 S. Broadway 203 S. Washington More toppings. More taste. More of what you love pizza for. 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