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The Pantagraph from Bloomington, Illinois • Page 15

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THE PANTAGRAPH, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1981 BS" Young Korean violinist Singer in ISU recital Friday .1.. ssm 'MjWW Korean violinist Soon-Ik Lee, who began studying with his father in Seoul at the age of 3, and Illinois 'State University faculty pianist Julian Dawson will present a recital at 8 p.m. June 19 in Kemp Recital Hall in ISU Centennial Building. The concert will honor Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs.

Han Yong Lee, who will be visiting the United States from Korea. Lee came to the U.S. and Bloomington-Normal in 1970 to live With the John Yoders, 1315 N. Fell Ave. He attended Bloomington High School.

He is a graduate of Curtis Institute of Music' in Philadelphia and has studied summers at the Millikin DECATUR Singer-composer Ray Charles will appear in concert at 8 p.m. June 26 in Millikin University's Kirkland Fine Arts Center. Charles, 51, began playing piano at the age of 4 in his native Albany, Ga. at the age of 6 his visual world faded to black with what doctors now term a form of glaucoma. Refusing to let a "little handicap" like blindness stop him, Charles learned braille and began to take music seriously.

At 15 he joined a dance band in Jacksonville, and lied about his age to obtain a union card the key to entry in the numerous clubs where he might work as a pianist. At 17 Charles was living in Seattle, and rapidly began the ascent to the top of the jazz underground. ALthough his specialty was piano, he taught himself to play and write for every brass and wood instrument in an orchestra, specializing in piano, organ and saxophone. Put a toucha honey in your life FRED Meadowmount School for Strings under the late Ivan Galamian. He attended a master class of Nathan Milstein's.

He was a member of the Houston Symphony for two years and is presently playing with the Pittsburgh Symphony. Dawson is an ISU musical faculty member and co-conductor with Illinois Wesleyan University's Robert. Luke He recently returned from Great Britain where he played recitals and recorded for the BBC. Lee and Dawson will play the Brahms sonata for violin and piano No. 1 in major; the Beethoven sonata for piano and violin, opus 47 in A major; the "Kreutzer," and the LeClair sonata No.

3 in major. leveled stage in the Kelso Hollow Theater at the edge of the reconstructed New Salem Village. The stage was built in 1976 for the production of "Your Obedient Servant, A. Lincoln." The play, written by Ahart and the original company, was hailed by critics as "not just another Lincoln play, but an experience." The Illinois General Assembly named it as the official OLD IIAk LeRoy 962-2661 TUESDA IS (BBQ Ribs) Tremont Park TREMONT The Leisure Arts Committee of the Tazewell County extension adviser's office will sponsor an "Outdoor Art in the Park" from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

July 2 at Tremont Park in Tremont. Classes will include tole painting for all ages; fabric painting for all ages; 3-D artwork for all ages; sketching for all ages; great glass for all ages; carving; weaving; needlepoint; wheat weaving; hand applique; glass etching; soft sculptured frames; soft sculptured faces; and counted cross stitch. Because there is a limited number in some of the classes, registrations must be in no later than June 29. There will be class fees and in some cases participants must furnish their own materials. Registrations are through the county extension adviser's office in Pckin.

to open coln" will be performed on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from June 20 to Aug. 22. "Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight" will be shown Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Ticket information may be obtained by writing The Great American People Show, Box 401, Petersburg 62675. The phone number is 632-7755.

TONIGHT 25 BEER PLUS TOMBSTONE COUNTRY MUSIC DOUBLE BAR 107 W. Front Great American People Show Qv.vr "ITTTTZTT'XT T7UTC JT I 111 VylVL'jl XjL Ulio JU GIZZARDS Jf7 Soon-Ik Lee Bicentennial play of the state. "Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight," a play tracing the Lincoln legend as seen through the eyes of three Illinois poets, Vachel Lindsay, Carl Sandburg and Edgar Lee Masters, premiered in 1980. Written by James Hurt, critics called it "brilliant." "Your Obedient Servant, A. Lin SIIAKIIAIS Colfax 723-2411 PORK NIGHT AT (Pork Chops) NOW SERVING" iVcw! from at 603 Dale, near Main 1 5-8 p.m.

5-8 p.m. DINNER $3.95 Charles guest In 1954 things began happening for the blind pianist. Atlantic records bought his recording contract and he cut "I Got a Woman," a song that introduced him to white audiences and helped him gain admiration throughout the world. Charles' ability to "cross-over" to various musical styles including jazz, rhythm and blues, gospel, pop, country and western and full orchestral arrangements has contributed to his high status. The Ray Charles Revue, including a female vocal group and the Charles band, has toured throughout the world.

A member of the Playboy Hall of Fame, Charles has been listed frequently in the International Jazz Critics Poll and was named the top male vocalist in 1968. His album, "Crying Time," earned two Grammy Awards in I960 and he was invited to premiere Quincy Jones' "Black Requiem" in 1971. Concert tickets are available at the Kirkland box office. CHICKEN Tuesday Special Served 10:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.

at both Bloomington Locations 827-5377 12 N. Main St. Seating and Carry Out 827-8488 1601 S. Main St. Carry Out Only HOtMSr MON.


6fc oil STEAK SPECIAL Top Sirloin, 8 oz. Baked Potato or Fries JpH.OD Now serving food 9 p.m. to Midnite, Monday-Saturday. World Famous Hamburger Special. Tacos 75c.

Mexican Pizza $1.25. Super Nacho Plate with Guacamole Dip $2.75. NEW SALEM STATE PARK Great American People Show, winner of the Governor's Award for the Arts for 1980, will open its sixth season June 20 at Lincoln's New alem State Park. Obedient Servant, A. and "Abraham Lincoln Walks at Midnight," two dramas spanning century of American history from birth of Abraham Lincoln to War will be performed on successive nights, six days a week.

Both plays, under the direction of Ahart, will run through Aug. '22. summer maked the transformation of the Great American People Show from a single-prod-t uction outdoor theater to a full rep- ertory company. The company performs on a multi- 7 Register for Free GIVE-AWAYS at Momma Teresa's Also Watch June 17th $600,000 give away in Penny Saver. usees ITALIAN CHILDREN'S SPECIALS $1 50 Spaghetti Meatsauce, Pepsi.

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