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Internationally acclaimed cellist William Stokking will be the soloist with the Great Hall Chamber Orchestra at 8 p.m Friday, March 17, in Thomas Great Hall at Bryn Mawr College. The ensemble of 36 young professional and conservatory musicians is presenting its KRAUSZ spring concert under.the'direcrion 3, the of its founding conductor Michael Krausz. Lecturer and musician Michael Johns will give a preconcert lec- ture titled, How to Be an Active Listener, at 7 p.m. in Thomas Hall, Room 110. Tickets are $15 for the general admission, and free for students. For reservations call 610-526-5332 or email lkirschn @ The program, which openswith Mozart's Overture to"The Marriage of Figaro" and closes with Beethoven's Symphony No. "Eroica," is featuring CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, Feb. 24 - Monday, Feb. 27, 2006 - 101 William Stokking as the soloist in late father, condu ctor Laszlo Chamber Orchestra in 2005 in an Saint-Saen's Cello Concerto no. 1. Krausz, wi~ Frederik Prausnitz at inaugural program that included Well known to Philadelphi.a-- the Peabody Conservatory, and soloist Lionel Party, harpsi- audiences, William Stokkinggtud- with Luis Biava, former Resident chordist of the New York ied with Gregor Piat'rgorsky at the Conductor of the Philadelphia Philharmonic and instructor at the Curtis Institute of Music and Felix Orchestra. A guest conductor of Curtis Institute of Music and the Salmond and Leonard Rose at the numerous professional orchestras Juilliard School. Lecturer Michael Juilliard School of Music. in Bulgaria, including the Plovdiv Johns, a French hornist and per- Since 1973 he served as princi- Philharmonic Orchestra, Krausz is sonnel manager for the Great Hall pal cello of the Philadelphia the Milton C. Nahm Professor of Chamber Orchestra, has toured Orchestra until his retirement in Philosophy at Bryn Mawr College with the Philadelphia Orchestra, 2005. and teaches aesthetics at the Boston Symphony Orchestra and He continues to perform and Curtis Institute of Music. the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. teach at the Curtis Institute of Michael Krausz is a resident of He is currently on the faculty of Music. Lewes. Temple University and Michael Kr'ausz studied with his Krausz founded the Great Hall Swarthmore College. The Frogg Pond Restaurant from the event will be donated to Beebe Medical Center's Tunnell announced its Second Annual Beebe. Cancer Center treats more than fundraiser to fight breast cancer Additionally, there will be live 200 cancer patients each day, and for Beebe Medical Center's music from Divas of One Love. takes part in clinical trials that Tunnell Cancer for 1-4 p.m. "This cause is very dear to our seek breakthroughs in cancer care Sunday, Feb. 26. hearts," stated general manager and treatment. Tunnel Cancer A silent auction is planned with Pete Borsari. "This disease has Center's five-year survival rates many items donated by local busi- affected too many people we for its breast cancer patients nesses that range from jewelry to know and love and we're happy to exceed national averages. The a week at a Palm Springs condo, do whatever possible to help fight Frogg Pond is located at 3 South Breast Cancer Bracelets will be it. We welcome everyone to join First St. in Rehoboth Beach. For on sale, as well, and all proceeds us in this fight." more information, call 227-2234. ('all Toll Free: 866-639-8724 or 410-603-3468 E-mail: bob3416 i Call 645-7700 to subscribe I Night 9 PM Night 8 PM GAMEROOM AND YOUR FAVORITE SPORTS ON 17 TVs! Free Wings & Skins 5-7 Karaoke w/Eroc 9:30 Live Entertainment 9:30 2/25 THE SHAKERS THE DIVAS OF ONE LOVE Night Happy Hour Daily 4-7