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Oxford University Gazette, 12 October 2006: Notices


Musical Events

Taylor Institution

MAÏTE HUMPHRIES-FARGE will present 'Paroles et musique: trois chanteurs, trois époques'—the songs of Edith Piaf, Georges Brassens, and Jean-Jacques Goldman, on Tuesday, 7 November, 5.15 for 5.30 p.m., in the Taylor Institution Library. The evening will be a non-academic introduction to these influential singers.

The Balliol Concerts

The following concerts and recitals will be held at 9 p.m. on Sundays in Balliol College. Admission is free. The concerts are open to all members of the University.

15 Oct.: JACK LIEBECK (violin) and RICHARD HARWOOD (cello) perform music by Bach, Mozart, and Ravel.

29 Oct.: CHARLES OWEN performs piano works by Brahms, Schumann, Fauré ;, and Janácek.

12 Nov.: XUEFEI YANG: guitar recital. (The programme will be announced later.)

26 Nov.: Balliol Musical Society Members' Concert (performers include Stuart Baran, Martin Burton, Jacqueline MacClaran, James McCreath, Denis Noble, Rachel Quarrell, and the Balliol Choir).

Wolfson College

DR CHRISTOPHER MORRONGIELLO (lute) and EMILY VAN EVERA (soprano) will present 'Portraits of the Mildmay family in art, song, and lute music'—lecture-recital of music from the Elizabethan period, at 6 p.m. on Thursday, 19 October, in Wolfson College. (Enquiries: (2)74103.)

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James Martin Twenty-first Century School

IAN ANDREW GOLDIN, D.PHIL. (BA, B.SC. Cape Town, M.SC. London, AMP INSEAD), Vice-President, the World Bank, has been appointed to the Directorship of the James Martin Twenty-first Century School.

Dr Goldin took up his appointment on 1 September.

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