(Continued from pg. 451)
Van Cliburn, the world renown pianist, was long awaited. Scheduled to play January 28 and rescheduled for February, a bout with the flu cancelled his performance until April 21.
The magnificent concert ended with four encores.
Cliburn, who has played in public since age four, was a student of Arthur Friedheim. At age 13 he won the National Music Festival, and went on to study music at Juilliard .
Season membership information could be
obtained from Mrs. Burton Milward, executive secretary, or Mrs. Harold Baker.
Oct. 7 Welsh Guards/Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 16 Daniel Schorr, lecture 24 Kyung Wha Chung, violinist Nov. 7 Gregorian Dancers and Tbilisi Polyphonic Choir 18 Warsaw Symphony Orchestra Dec. 3 Heywood Hale Broun, lecture
Feb. 6 Alan Titus and Patricia
Brooks, joint music recital
25 Norwegian Soloists Choir of Oslo
Mar. 10 Robert Penn Warren, lecture
25 Robert Audrey, lecture,
April 14 Spanish RTV Orchestra of Madrid
21 Van Cliburn, pianist 7f
BOTTOM LEFT: The Welsh Guards and the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. BOTTOM RIGHT: Angeles Chamorro. LOWER LEFT: Spanish RTV Symphony Orchestra. LOWER RIGHT: Soviet Georgian Dancers and the Tbilisi Pohyphonic Choir. OPP. PG.: Knut Nystodt, Conductor of the Norwegian Soloists Choir of Oslo.