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FACE FOUR

The Sunday Gleaner, Section A, Aofwt IS, 1976

cm*.ui u|iciJi top this scene "where the old The evening ended on someMrlaugfrKn proved! that die man laments the death of thing of a weird note, the Gamin ttyle mitt him bat. famous quartet from Verdi's his daughter; so the second Jor he gave a matt writhe half of the programmes like Rigoletto, and it managed telestation, ATV, is coming and uuviug VCIHUU of Wagto show the difference the First really opened with M up with a six-part houring aofc O Evening Star" from one of Verdi's best bass between ' the "pop" Verdi, *. * series on the life of Shake," m which he arias, to • which this i * time once so before by barrel^L^^k&Bm • *t* — A^^^K^h^ speare, with Tim Curry _ • i i Doui tne tcno> Vibart Seaforth did justice. organs and the tragic verdi which was formed recently circuit. starred. . By Showman nocca well- • Joyce Britton then' joined Seaof the two bass arias... David in a converted Victorian A production partnership is McLaughlin is in process of Keane, who has a good, nat- At least tvjo producing church promising to proalso envisaged" by St. turning from tenor into bariural and strong tenor sufferduce Shakespearean drana Geroge's E l i z a b e t h a n organizations are contone, and with more trained from the comforting deluthe year rqund. Theatre, which is negotiattemplating taping and/or ing should settle down into sion that Mario Lanza was ing with public KLRN in BBC hopes to get into producfilming every play ever a good sound baritone with the best of all tenors and Austin, Tex. U.S.A., and tion by next year, but whetha wide*range. He has morewritten by, or credited to ' that opera can be London independent station LONDON August 11 (AP) er it does — or ever will over a pleasing stage personShakespeare. This means "approached in the same Thames TV. The plays may depend on co-financing ality. Peter Austin/ who The Soviet state record com manner as gospel singing. no less than a total of 36 would be taped as they are atrangementii amce coat of sang Corelli's Ta Lp Sai, is pany, Melodiya, is to release A tenor robusto, he went for : plays. , produced in the U.S. by the the venture, • figured at a youngster with ..possiin the U.S.S.R. a best-selling * .broke and almost bust on company over the next few around US$4,000.000. bilities. We had,, moreover, album by former beatle Paul two high notes. The rest of Both projects are in their very years, both for TV playoff Though intended for on air some fine singing, from McCartney. "Band on The the quartet sang' normally, and eudcational use. initial stages - one planned exponre,, including intervibart Seafonh, whonr we Run', EMI records announced and Joyce Britton in particuCoincidental sidebar is that by BBC- TV. and the othnational syndication, the usually hear on clarinet, the here today. lar showed, how even, the less another independent British er by the London based St. complete folio obviously ii double aptitude enabling subtle Verdi can still be ** • * - i ^* George's E l i z a b e t h a n being undertaken on the him to express himself inpica-sing .and artistic. Theatre Co. The latter is a prospect of future «rn»ig« both high and low notes. Keaije's other supports were new venture headed- by. TO ancillary media - tape . . P a t Carey, and, Vibart actor Ceorge Murcell (exEasy melodies cassettei, audiovisual disks, Seafonh. ; .Jfcoyal Shakespeare Co.), SEAFORTH opened the secJOYCE BRITTON etc., also the classroom • t 9 MONA PLAZA. KGN. 6, TEL 927-0809. 337-9696 ond half of the programme " •". Open Sundays £f Public Holidays 11 a.m. — 10 p.m . strongly with the Torn Spirit forth in the Boffo duet by WE OFFER SPECIAL LUNCHES AT $2.50 EA. from Simon Boccanegra.4 Rossini, - in which the lyric is * ,That opera was ' too * • almost as limited* as' in- some i . advanced' for its time, and of our reggaes, consisting in I showed Verdi breaking away thia case of'the single word I . from his popular style, full miaow, for both the!-bariI I of easy melodies, .to true dratone and the soprano are I 1.matic opera. Simon Bocca- •' imitating! cats flirting, and CARIB & HARBOUR-VIEW •egra is a, gloomy Work, are also burlesquing be! can(A)A<irit*16&Over looking forward to- Otheflo. to opera at the same time. , \f . • . j I And has only recently This was deliciously funny, I achieved the popularity that and Joyce Britton's varia1\ The Stinq of the.Hornet . . . fi * I it demands. It is believed tions on this single word had a-ii The Strength of the Dragon! I E ** J IH. that-Verdi, in fact,, identito be heard and seen - to be fied himself with Fiesco in believed. :\ :; ; , Kanla Dicbon is developing well a» a •oprano, hai food pore note* mad » gaining The hillarious show "LbyE & technique and con-MARRIAGE" returns this A* a'lolo the tang Sun Pic week for two weeks Only delightfully Michael starting Thursday August 19 Head'nTie Singer"; and 3ABRV BYAN kept the .gossip column the two most important women and playing Wednesdays to performed the more star Barry Ryan married the :wrlters busy for six years with in his life. His bride Princess Sundays at 8.30 p.m. at yet demanding "Sail' .Aria" fabulously rich Princess their stormy on-off affair. Pic- Mariam (right) and his mother, Johore at . .Chelsea tore snows Barry Ryan cuddles Marion. another, venue. This time it '»" , of ___ *____ *-. < : ; Iran Motait a .^Mainage. off Marian -is 'THE BARN'' w}iich will Figaro/ where the sang the Register Office in London recently. Barry was backed by perhaps be more easily accesmaid to Ann Cole'i Coonteat • * • * i* sible forjt&tfse 'theatre Alamavivmt that giving as bis niother, former singing star Marion Ryan, and his twin broenthusiasts who have not yet tfcm> tprnnd MflglfttlB toot* ther Paul. Barry and the 25-, : seen this successful show. ano daet of the evening with year-old princess^ who •icely* balanced and . O l i v e r Samuels, Grace . ' . inherited her wealth from her * McGhie; Jennifer Graham, father,_ the' Sidtan of Johore, • • . _ . * Barbara McCalla-and Volier AILYNEWS . 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ark McLaughlin and Joyce Britton Voice Studio concert ARK McLAU GHLIN, a young Jamaican baritone, now on scholarship at The Manhattan School ^of Music, gave the second of two concerts last Thursday at the Arts Lecture Hall, supported i>y pupils and staff 'of the Joyce Brit ton Voice Sjtudio. This was a thoroughly enjoyable concert of song, that should have drawn better houses; for McLaughlin is a promising singer, and life in Mew York today is no easy matter,; even if you have a scholarship. -: , . programme started on a note with all the per**i •* " ' • * or^formers taking .part in a £s*. comic chant composed to the instructions of .the Water Commission to save water. But this was f pi lowed by Banquo's soliloquy just beforej he is murdered from ' _' * Verdi's superlative version of Come Dal Cjel in which Banquo darkly apprehensive, has described as "one of ' Verdi's finest bass arias, and a young singer. F. Andejv v,vson. with A "truly rich bass J£.voice did justice to-it. Ander* MARK MCLAUGHLIN -^ son has a natural bass,,and,; : m • - -•-. .,-.... i .jj"'if this is a good .example of , • Gluck and two pieces' by ",.'. his work, we should hear Debussy, Ni^U ol Stan aod \-much of him in the'futureMandolin. These French tieidre Garcia and Ann Cole and Italian style songs did sang a delightful .soprA' --~. not suit him, especially in >ano duet, I will take the • the • tenor/notes, where he i£dwk one from Mozan's Cbsi tended to 1>c a little harsh. ^fan tutti. Tjhere is no com- . It did not 'strike me that ^poser. who writes better McLaughlin is a tenor any 'songs-for two sopranos t;han more and certainly not a lyrand he strongly ical tenor in the Italian ^influenced Richard Strauss style. Indeed, he was far ;^*to follow his example. I was «-. ^ happier in the second half ^ lucky to see Strauss conduct of the programme, when he v this opera at Munich, at the sang works more in the Ger of the Berlin Olympic man and Austrian manner. • Games;' and on that occa- He hat a fed for the German ?:'!sion the conductor had IS language, and *rts particur' curtain calls. Qeirdre played larijr good in the two lieder, lighter of the" two soprHa«D Wotfi "FbaRefe" and parts and is definitely Schumann'* "WandeHied/* ^ • improving through her trainwfakh fiist ihowed w a bari*:. -C/ing. and Ann Cole has a nattooe of real potential. Th» ? v :;- uf8Hy rich tone that she uses had already been hinted at •'* well. in the Bdihu duet from The U A little harsh Puritans, which he had ;*MARK MCLAUGHLIN then ahand with Vibart Seaforth, r ; /sang four works. Dvoai danbut m thVbet omto *ylc, .:\:--taT Fanccwlh by Durante; the ooofident maturitv of ^ O del mk> dote, ante by • the h>»* rather over4

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