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251 Schedule announced for student tryouts
College Eye 43:12, p.7
12/14/1951 For the opera "The Frantic Physician".
252 A recital by Harald Holst, bass-baritone, and Russell Baum, pianist, will be presented by the music department Sunday, April 15, at 8 p.m.
Public Relations News Release 1950:300, p.1
4/7/1951 Holst has a background of concert tours in Denmark and Norway and study in Europe. He has made extensive appearances in oratorio, opera, radio, concerts and recitals in this country.
253 "Riders to the Sea," a one-act opera, will be presented (March 9) by members of Harald Holst's opera class
Public Relations News Release 1950:256, p.1
3/8/1951 The opera was first written as a play by J. M. Synge, Irish playright. It was later set to music by Vaughan-Williams, English composer.Five characters, a women's chorus and a men's chorus make up the cast. Character parts and chorus members are listed.
254 Opera production class to present 'Riders to the Sea' next week
College Eye 42:21, p.1
3/2/1951 List of cast members.
255 Opera recordings to be presented
College Eye 42:14, p.5
1/12/1951 Will present recordings of Menotti short operas.
256 Mellem believes opera performers need to possess versatile talent
College Eye 42:10, p.2
11/17/1950 Profile of Bev Mellem; photo.
257 Over five-hundred hear Warren concert
Public Relations News Release 1950:72, p.1
10/14/1950 The performance of the Metropolitan Opera star, Baritone Leonard Warren, was the first of four distinguished concerts by nationally famous musicians on the college's concert series this year.
258 Warren opens Lyceum Series
Public Relations News Release 1950:60, p.1
10/9/1950 Leonard Warren, bariton star of the Metropolitan Opera, will open the 1950-1951 concert course at the College Thursday in the auditorium. Warren has since starred in 21 other operas in this country and South America.
259 Opera satirizes British customs
Chase--John Glenn (Class of 1984)
College Eye 41:30, p.1
5/12/1950 Preview of "The Mikado"; photo.
260 Kim sheds light on Japanese manners, customs for opera
College Eye 41:29, p.3
5/5/1950 David Suk China Kim gives advice to the cast of "The Mikado" on Japanese movements and dancing.
261 Music department presents first opera in twenty years
College Eye 41:29, p.1
5/5/1950 Will be presenting "The Mikado"; list of cast members; photo.
262 Sweet and Lowdown
Simpson--Dean (Class of 1950)
College Eye 41:29, p.8
5/5/1950 News from the Department of Music.
263 Music Department presents Mikado
College Eye 41:28, p.3
264 'Mikado' auditions to be held again
College Eye 41:20, p.6
265 Music department will present two performances of "The Mikado"
College Eye 41:14, p.4
1/6/1950 Roles are available for audition.
266 'Carmen' good, but not good enough; opera cast can sing, but can't act
Ranshaw--Harlan Lewis (Class of 1951)
College Eye 41:10, p.1
11/18/1949 Review of the opera "Carmen" as performed by the New York Civic Opera at the Paramount Theater.
267 'Trial by Jury' given at west Waterloo high
College Eye 40:16, p.3
1/21/1949 Professor Holst directs performance.
268 Trial by music . . .
College Eye 40:15, p.1
1/14/1949 Three men and one women singing in the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta; photo.
269 Operetta will be presented next Thursday
College Eye 40:14, p.1
1/7/1949 Will present "A Trial by Jury"; list of cast members.
270 Melodious Musicians
Old Gold 0:0, p.142
6/1/1948 E. Power Biggs thrilled the audience with his organ music on February 16, 1948. Mack Harrell, a Metropolitan Opera baritone, performed on September 29, 1947 and was honored after by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia at the home of President Price; photo.
271 Vivacious Vocalists
Old Gold 0:0, p.141
6/1/1948 Rose Bampton appeared at Teachers College on March 9, 1948 and Anna Kaskas appeared on December2, 1947. Bampton was a soprano with the Metropolitan Opera Association and Kaskas entertained with her contralto voice. A photo of both are on the page; photo.
272 Mack Harrell concert will open series
College Eye 39:2, p.1
9/26/1947 Profile of opera performer; photo.
273 Faculty quartet gives concert
College Eye 38:40, p.1
7/25/1947 Group performs popular and opera numbers.
274 Concert star
College Eye 38:14, p.1
12/20/1946 Profile of Lotte Lehman; photo.
275 Former student sings in opera 'Peter Grimes'
College Eye 37:43, p.3
8/16/1946 Duane Crossley performs in the East.
276 Thebom sings Thursday; soprano star opens year's music series
College Eye 37:5, p.1
10/5/1945 Blanche Thebom will perform; photo.
277 Birkhead to study with opera star
Alumnus 29:3, p.16
7/1/1945 Jane Birkhead will study with Lotte Lehmann.
278 To study with opera star
Alumnus 29:2, p.9
4/1/1945 Jane Birkhead will study with Lotte Lehman.
279 Birkhead to be pupil of opera star
College Eye 36:23, p.1
3/9/1945 Will study with Lotte Lehmann; photo.
280 Mona Paulee, Metropolitan star, to appear here on April 20
College Eye 35:26, p.1
281 Visiting opera star
Alumnus 27:4, p.8
10/1/1943 John Gurney presents selections.
282 Students may check out opera records
College Eye 32:16, p.3
1/17/1941 To be played in Commons.
283 Local music student meets Metropolitan Opera star namesake
College Eye 31:10, p.3
11/17/1939 Helen Jepson meets a professional singer of the same name.
284 Oh Toreador!
Alumnus 21:2, p.6
4/1/1937 Music Department produces "Carmen".
285 Gypsy Carmen flaunts song again tonight; blacked haired beauty plays with her many boyfriends in Spanish opera Thursday
College Eye 28:23, p.1
3/12/1937 Review of the opera.
286 Fiery woman of Spain plays with all boy friends
College Eye 28:22, p.1
2/26/1937 Preview of "Carmen".
287 Carmen, opera, scheduled for March 11, 12; Bradley and Aupperle take leads in Gypsy presentation
College Eye 28:21, p.1
2/19/1937 Preview of the production; list of cast members.
288 Hayes, opera leads travel to Chicago to hear production
College Eye 28:7, p.5
10/23/1936 Will attend performance of "Madame Butterfly".
289 Firstnighters witness initial performance of "Martha," college opera; music department presents classic under direction of Hays
College Eye 27:34, p.1
3/13/1936 Review of "Martha," on opera presented by ISTC, directed by Professor William Hays; photo.
290 Opera Martha scheduled for March 13, 14; Atwood, Mueters sing leading roles in forthcoming production
College Eye 27:33, p.1
2/28/1936 List of those who will perform.
291 Students taking part in the opera, "Martha," are now in intensive rehearsal
Public Relations News Release 1935:655, p.1
2/26/1936 Cast and crew members.
292 High school clubs present operetta
College Eye 27:27, p.4
1/17/1936 Will present "The Serenade".
293 Music
Alumnus 20:1, p.6
1/1/1936 Will present opera, "Martha", and Christmas oratorios; Troubadours and Minnesingers merge under the name of Minnesingers.
294 Opera principals to see Chicago presentation
College Eye 27:18, p.1
295 Five students will go to Chicago this weekend to hear an opera performance
Public Relations News Release 1935:164, p.1
10/23/1935 The students will put on the opera, "Martha," next spring.
296 Kenneth Mueters was selected to sing the leading role in the annual opera
Public Relations News Release 1935:116, p.1
10/13/1935 Mueters was also named President of the College Singers.
297 Name principals for opera and two oratorios; two Christmas musicals to be presented on December 15
College Eye 27:16, p.1
10/11/1935 List of principal performers.
298 Players of the principal roles in the opera and the two Christmas oratorios have been selected
Public Relations News Release 1935:111, p.1
10/10/1935 Cast members.
299 Three musical compositions have been selected for public presentation
Public Relations News Release 1935:51, p.1
9/26/1935 Two oratorios and one opera will be presented this year.
300 The concert course which was received last year will not be reopened this year
Public Relations News Release 1935:46, p.1
9/24/1935 Last year Phradie Wells, Hans Hess, and Gabriel Fenyves were presented.


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