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OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY RESIDENCY, FEBRUARY 1993 Editor's note: See what it takes to execute an event like this. These documents only scratch the surface of the collective hours spent by so many people! February 24, 1993, internationally acclaimed soprano Sylvia McNair and baritone William Stone performed with the University Symphony Orchestra and combined choral forces under the baton of conductor Robert Shaw. On the same concert Shaw conducted the University Sinfonietta and Concert Band in Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms and Hindesmith's Apparebit Repentina Dies, to open the College Band Directors National Association's convention here. McNair and Stone were soloists for the special performance of Brahms' A German Requiem (Ein Deutsches Requiem) at 8 p.m. Feb. 27 in Mershon Auditorium. McNair, who in 1990 was the first recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, had performed in the world's great opera houses and appeared with several orchestras. Stone was a leading baritone in the New York City Opera. the Shaw was a visiting professor of music and director of the Robert Shaw Choral Institute at Ohio State.


F!!_br"!._ary_!1, 1993 • onCampus

Shaw to conduct two perfonnances

Internationally acclaimed soprano Sylvia McNair and baritone William Stone will perform with the University Symphony Orchestra and combined choral forces under the baton of conductor Robert Shaw. Also, Feb. 24, Shaw will conduct the University Sinfonietta and Concert Band in Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms and Hindesmith's Apparebit Repentina Dies, to open the College Band Directors National Association's convention here. McNair and Stone will be soloists for the special perfonnance of Brahms' A German Requiem (Ein Deutsches Requiem) at 8 p.m. Feb. 27 in Mershon Auditorium. McNair, who in 1990 was the first recipient of the Marian Anderson Award, has performed in the world's great opera houses and appeared with several orchestras. Stone is a leading baritone�w,th the New !ork City Opera. ·shaw is a visiting professor of music and director of the Robert Shaw Choral Institute at Ohio State. For tickets to either event, call 292-2354.

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Ohio State Residency 1993  

Two concert residency submitted by Katherine Borst Jones

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