Sunday, November 10, 1968
Great Hall, Memorial Union
Ames, Iowa - 8 PM
Symphony 1968 - - - Gary White
Symphony No. 5, Opus 107, Reformation
- - - Felix Mendelssohn
Finale: Andante con moto (Choral: Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott)
Allegro vivace, Allegro maestoso
Ilza Niemack, Concertmistress
Frantisek Smetana, Principal
Edward A. Barbrey, Ass't Principal
Mr. Pridonoff joined the faculty of the ISU Department of Music in September 1968 as Artist-in-Residence and Chairman of the Piano Division. He is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music where he studied with Rudolph Serkin and Mieczyslaw Horszowski. He holds a Master's degree from Temple University where he was a member of the faculty before coming to Iowa State University. Mr. Pridonoff has participated with notable success in a number of major competitions throughout the United States, Canada, Brazil, and Russia. He has appeared as soloist with many symphony orchestras including the Philadelphia Symphony, the Los Angels Philharmonic, the National Symphony, the Rochester Philharmonic and the California Chamber Symphony.
Appearing also in tonight's performance is Mrs. Bonnie Pridonoff, first bassoonist. Like her husband, she has performed as a soloist with the Philadelphia Symphony, and has concertized widely in the Philadelphia area in orchestras and chamber music groups.
Wednesday, November 13 - ISU Band Concert -
Acton Ostling, Jr., Conductor
Sunday, November 17 - Ilza Niemack, violinist - MacKay
Tuesday, November 19 - ISU Chamber Orchestra
Franisek Smetana, Conductor
Sunday, December 8 - Faculty Chamber Music Concert - MacKay
All concerts at 8:00 p.m.
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