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Ear Double Issue 10/11, 1973. Beth Anderson, Ed. Oakland CA

THE EXPLORATORIUM 3601 Lyon Street, San Francisco, Ca 94123 (415)563-7337

MUSIC IN THE EXPLORATORIUM

THE FOLLOWING IS A DECEMBER AND JANUARY CALENDAR OF THE WEDNESDAY EVENING CONCERTS AT THE EXPLORATORIUM, 3601 LYON STREET, SAN FRANCISCO. CONCERT TIME IS 8 P.M. ADMISSION: 25cents.

DEC. 5 DALE POLISSAR: COMPOSER, CLARINETIST, PIANIST Dale, a street musician and poet, will play original compositions and improvisations on piano and solo clarinet. He has mastered the clarinet to include all possible sound qualities seldom heard on that instrument.

DEC. 12 BAROQUE MUSIC Musicians from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Pep- usch, Tiro Sonate; and Verachini, Violin Sonata. Ruth Atkins, recorder; David Cann, violin; Reagan Trembly, harpsichord; Karl Lee, cello.

DEC. 19 JAN PUSINA, COMPOSER Jan, a music exhibit builder for the Exploratorium, will perform (with help from his friends) John Cage's VARIATIONS VI, a live electronic piece for multiple ensembles including instruments and synthesizer built by Exploratorium staff.

NO CONCERTS DECEMBER 26, 1973 and JANUARY 2, 1974

JAN. 9 COMPOSERS' CONCERT San Francisco Conservatory of Music composers will present and discuss their newest works. Neil Rolnick, "Poliphony"; Juanita Oribello, "Piece for Tape and Assorted Children"; Allen Marten, "Songs on Poems by Ambrose Bierce"; David Lyttle, "Abstraction"; Brian Anderson, "Wind Quintet"; and compositions by Ron Tucker and Marc Schecter.

JAN. 16 BETH ANDERSON, COMPOSER "Torero", a text/sound piece for tape; "Valid for Life", for two pianos and percussion; and selections from "Queen Christina", an opera. Beth, a young woman in new music, will discuss the growth of her musical development; its roots, derivations and implications.

JAN. 23 SCHUMANN PIANO QUINTET San Francisco Conservatory of Music; "Conservatory Players." Theresa Keene, piano; Judy Mass, violin; David Newman, violin; Kathy Simmons, viola; Kelly Boyer, cello.

The audience is invited to share in the discussions, which accompany all programs. The Exploratorium is a non-profit organization. p.10


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