University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA)

 - Class of 1935

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University of Washington - Tyee Yearbook (Seattle, WA) online yearbook collection, 1935 Edition, Page 100 of 279
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AW Concert eries LUCREZIA BORI . . . To sing gloriously, to mount the ladder of fame after hard work and patience, to lose that voice-only to find it again, after months of silence and despair-that is the miracle in the life of Lucrezia Bori, glamorous Metro- politan Opera Company prima donna, who appeared as the opening concert presentation of the Associated Women Stu- dents, November 8. Miss Bori was repeatedly encored by the audience, which seemed to like especially her selections from "La Traviataf' Lucrezia Bori RICHARD CROOKS . . . Richard Crooks, one of the nation,s leading tenors, delighted his Meany Auditorium audience, December 6. With his magnetic personality, he proved himself to be a real man and a sincere artist. His singing was characterized by musicianship and a fluent, well-schooled production of smooth tone qualities. Crooks' stature and appearance were quality assets in his operatic effectiveness. Richard Crooks PARIS INSTRUMENTAL QUINTET . . . Beauty of tone and perfection of technique were the qualities of the Paris lnstrumental Quintet which pleased discrimi- nating music-lovers in Meany Auditorium, Febru- ary 12. Because the auditorium is too large for chamber music, the Quintet, composed of harp, flute, violin, viola and violoncello, did not have great popular appeal. A Playing intellectual rather than emotional music, the group excelled in its rather limited field. Paris lnstrltmenml Quintet 96

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Executive Board and Concert Chairmen PRESIDENT . . . Florence Marriott VICE PRESIDENT . . . Ann Hutchinson SECRETARY . . . Pat Fiset TREASURER . . . Arliene Cheadle EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN . . . Audrey Champreux CONCERTS . . . Elda Nell Parvin, Dixie Stanley ASSOCIATED ARTS . . . Peggy Hartson STANDARDS . . . Jane Warrack ' SCHOLARSHIP . . . Janet Murray SOCIAL . . . Mary Frances Hartson STUDENT ADVISORY . . . Maurine Mallory ' PUBLICITY . . . Shirley Clark CANDY . . . Dorothy Hemphill RECORDS . . . Dorothy Bailey A ACTIVITIES . . . Frances Hines A, W. . .I Marjorie Hess I SENIOR REPRESENTATIVE . . . Dorothy Horsfall A "IT IS DONEU . . . Sigrid Hedin ALUMNAE REPRESENTATIVE . . . Mrs. Arthur J. Younger - A. W. S. MANAGER . . . Helen Gorham I I DEAN or WOMEN . May Dunn Ward GENERAL CONCERT CHAIRMEN . . . TICKETS . . . Bernita McCaffrey POSTERS . . . Laurien Winn '4HlGH SCHOOLS . . . Marjorie Stark 'FACULTY . . . Mary Scammel VOCAL CLUBS . . . Frances Boyer VOCAL TEACHERS . . . Pat Ryan WOMEN,S CLUBS . . . Jane Embury CAMPUS CLUBS . . . Violet Anderson OUT or TOWN PUBLICITY . . . Ruth Saul BLACI-:BOARDS . . . Beth Fitton PATRONS AND PATRONESSES . . . Elaine Fulton RADIO . . . Grace Scotness HOUSE PURLICITY . . . Pearl Tipp CHURCHES . . . Barbara Borhek SPEAKERS . . . Ann Hutchinson MOTHERS, CLUBS . . . Pat Fiset PRIVATE SCHOOLS . . . Ruth Ahel A TELERHONES . . f'Virg,inia'WilsorI 95 Bailey, Champreux, Cheadle Clark, F iset, F alton H artsan, P. Hartson, H edin Hemphill, Hess, Hin es H orsfall, H utchinson, Mallory Marriott, M CCafjrey, Murray Parvin, Stanley, Stark Tipp, Warrack, Wilson



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Concert RUTH SLENCZYNSKI . . . Dressed in a white satin dress made " with a full skirt, little Ruth Slenczynski, 10-year-old pianist, bounced her 93 pounds onto the keys to give volume to the tones at her Meany Auditorium concert February 28. eries Playing for two hours without musical copy, she delved i into numbers of many of the old masters with surprising ability. In public appeal, the Meany crowd was the smallest this season. Nevertheless the Slenczynski audience found the child ' very appealing and applauded her for many encores. l Tatiana Chamie, Vania Psota and Eugenia Delaroua in "Aurora's Wedding" "Union Pacific," with a musical background of Dixie melodies. . Especially popular were the vivid dance of 'The Bluebirdsn from "Le Mariage d'Aurore" and "Le Beau Danube," the only ballet in the three perform- ances which was repeated. The colorful ballet, with its beautiful young dan- seuses and the amazingly agile men performers, was the most dramatic production of the concert season. 97 t Ruth Slenczynski BALLET RUssE DE MONTE CARLO . . . Glamour at its peak came to Seattle when Col. W. de Basil's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo presented three performances in Meany Auditorium, January 30 and 31. An inspiring theater art, combining drama and comedy, music and dancing, the Russian ballet thrilled the most sophisticated of Seattle critics. Their program ranged from 6'Les Sylphidesf' a clas- sical ballet of Old Russia danced to Chopin's music, to a modern interpretation of an American railroad, Scene from "Les Sylphides' ballet

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