1997-1998 Concert Season

TUESDAY,
7 OCTOBER 1997

JANACEK CHAMBER ORCHESTRA

WEDNESDAY,
22 OCTOBER 1997

CHRISTOPH PRÉGARDIEN, TENOR

WEDNESDAY,
12 NOVEMBER 1997

ST. PETERSBURG STRING QUARTET

WEDNESDAY,
10 DECEMBER 1997

PARAMOUNT BRASS

WEDNESDAY,
14 JANUARY 1998
BELLA DAVIDOVICH, PIANO

SUNDAY,
1 MARCH 1998

CHAMBER MUSIC WITH JAMES LEVINE AND MEMBERS OF THE MET ORCHESTRA

WEDNESDAY,
15 APRIL 1998

JULIETTE KANG, VIOLIN

WEDNESDAY,
6 MAY 1998

GUARNERI STRING QUARTET

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THE Rockefeller University is pleased to announce its 1997-98 Peggy M. Rockefeller Concerts, a subscription series of outstanding musical performances by internationally acclaimed artists. The concerts will be held at 8:00 P.M. in the university's Caspary Auditorium, 66th Street and York Avenue.

FOUNDED in 1958 by Professor Theodore Shedlovsky, the series provides a unique opportunity to hear world-renowned artists at a low cost, made possible by special arrangement with the performers, gifts in support of the series, and the sponsorship of the university. Your voluntary tax-deductible contribution, in addition to the subscription price, is essential to ensure the continuation of this exceptional concert series.

THE Rockefeller University was founded in 1901 by John D. Rockefeller as the nation's first biomedical research center. A world leader in science and education, it has been at the forefront of many of the major scientific discoveries of the 20th century. Nineteen Nobel laureates have been associated with the university, four of whom are currently on campus.


Last updated: 21 July 1997
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