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The North Texas Daily
Arts & Entertainment
Thursday, September 23, 1982
Pianist plays to retain creativity
Community band invites
musicians to rehearsals
By ANGELA I’AYNK
i iic Denton Community Band is invit-
ing musicians to play with the hand and
join in rehearsals this month The rehears-
als are from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday eve-
nings in the Denton Civic Center.
I he hand plays music varying from
Sousa marches and Broadway musical
pieces to orchestral variations, conductor
Carol l.ynn Mi/elI said.
“The performers come from all areas
ol interests." Mi/elI said, and range in
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Pianist Tong-ll Man ot the music fac-
ulty is the featured soloist at tonight’s
Pops Concert at 7:30 p in. at the Denton
Civic Center file Symphony Orchestra,
conducted by Geoffrey Simon, is perform-
ing the concert to raise money for stu-
Han has performed with major orches-
tras throughout the United States. Europe,
the Far Last and Southeast Asia since
his first public appearance at the age of
six in 1948. Although Han said he has
has settled down to teach, he continues
"I used to play 70 concerts a year,"
he said. "Before I joined the university.
that was 'O' blisirvsv That is too main
Performing often involves traveling and
can he quite lonely, he said
"Now I can gladly say that I give all
my creative energy to my students. And
in order to he a first class teacher, it is
very important to continue being a per-
forming musician,” he said.
Han sit id teaching is comfortable, but
that it can eventually lead to stagnation.
"In order for me to breathe fresh air
to my students, I continue performing,"
Han said he continues to tour for mu-
sical growth. "I must continue the proc-
ess of my creativity by always being in
contact with a first-rate musical activity."
Han recently performed two Mozart
concertos with the Honolulu Symphony
Orchestra and taught a piano master class
for students at the university there. Han
will play with the American Symphony
Orchestra at the Avery Fisher Hall in New
York City on (Jet. 20.
As part of the 100th anniversary cel-
ebration of official Korcan-Amcrican re-
lations. Han w ill play with the Seoul Phil-
harmonic Orchestra. Han and the SPO
will perform three concerts in Califonia:
Los Angeles on Oct. 31; Santa Barbara
on Nov. 2; and San Francisco on Nov.
5. They will also perform in Honolulu.
Hawaii on Nov. 8.
Han was horn in Korea. By the time
he was 10 years old, he had performed
with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra.
He studied at the JuiI Hard School of Mu-
In 1955, he gave his first public re-
it:il in port Worth From thiv he rcico'd
invitations to perform with symphony or-
chestras m the United States and Canada.
His success as a pianist grew as he
won competitions and received invitations
to perform with other orchestras. In 1956.
he won the New York Philharmonic Or-
chestra’s Young People’s Award.
In the 30 years Han has performed with
major orchestras, he has toured 48 states
and 25 countries in Europe, the Far East
and Southeast Asia. He lias played with
major orchestras in these countries includ-
ing the the Chicago Symphony, the
London Philharmonic, the Royal Phil-
harmonic and the Amsterdam Phil-
Before coming to NT, he was artist in
residence at Indiana University and Pro-
lessor of Music at Illinois State University.
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senior citizens. "It’s a way to make a
contribution to the community and have
fun at the same time. ’ she said.
Mi/ell said the hand needs percussion-
ists, saxophonists and clarinetists, hut oth-
ers are welcome to go to rehearsals.
The band will perform for the Denton
State School Thursday evening. I hex will
play lor the N I faculty stall family pic-
nic Oct. 10.
Anyone interested in joining the band
may contact Mizcll at 382-3451 or
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