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Text:"...) was beautifully quiet. Soprano soloist Susan Lutz’s strong vocal presence was particularly felt in “Rejoice greatly, O daughter of Zion,” and Phyllis Unosawa, contralto, delivered an impressive “He was despised..."
Date:Dec 24 1975
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... soloists include Marie Kensey, soprano and Phyllis Unosawa, alto. Tickets may be purchased from any choir member, from the box office at Orchestra hall or from Matthew bookstore, leasing. Tickets can also..."
Date:Apr 1 1976
Publication:Tinley Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... Olson with her often forced fortes that went sharp. Fortunately, contralto Phylis Unosawa and tenor Gerald Scott sang their roles with sensitivity, and the orchestra responded in kind, I hanks to careful..."
Date:Nov 22 1972
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... now Mr. Vickstrom will use this singer as a soloist more regularly. The highlight of the' afternoon occurred in the Agnus Dei when Mezzo-soprano Phyllis Unosawa and Ms. Sherrard sang a lovely a cappella..."
Date:Apr 17 1974
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... and SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Susan Nalbach Lutz &Elaine Russell, Sopranos Phyllis Unosawa, Contralto Donald Doig, Tenor Monroe Olson, Bass TICKETS: Reserved $5.00; General Admission $4.00; U. of C. Students $2..."
Date:Nov 10 1971
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... by Buursma, who has a Mast ers Degree in voice from Northwestern university. Marla Kensey of Merrillville, Ind., a student of Donna Harrison, Chicago vocal coach, will be the soprano soloist. Phyllis Unosawa..."
Date:May 6 1976
Publication:Chicago Heights, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:".... Solists will be Shelia Harms and Susan Nalbach Lutz, sopranos; Phyllis Unosawa, contralto; Gerald Scott, tenor; and Monroe Olson, bass. The Messiah concerts are part of the university's Oratorio Festival..."
Date:Nov 8 1972
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... far the | past eight yenr?. The company, _ whose issued capital is jbi,700.000. is quite distinct from the Port Talbot Graving Dock and Shipbuilding Company. rasa** t TOsan .... unosAwa. Ooar. Aoet..."
Date:Apr 8 1921
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"...- the Vienna State Opera, and chestra will present two the Brussells Theatre Royal performances of “The la Monnaie. Messiah” by George Miss Phyllis Unosawa, Frederick Handel Friday contralto, Donald Doig..."
Date:Dec 3 1969
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Unosawa, alto, and Richard Tribble, bass. Among the instrumen- talists are Donald Austin, harpsichoridist; Louise Austin, Barbara Henry, who play recorder and baroque flute; David Low, cellist; Jose Vazquez..."
Date:Mar 28 1973
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"...The part of Elijah was sung by Buur-sma. Three professional singers, Marla Kensey, Phyllis Unosawa and Walter Carringer, sang the other leads. The high school choirs made up the Chorus, comprised..."
Date:May 23 1976
Publication:Harvey, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... hall May 17, at 8:15 p.m. Soloists include Marla Kensey, soprano; Phyllis Unosawa, alto; Walter Carringer, tenor; David Buurana, baritone and Paul Wiltjer, boy soprano. The two choirs will be accompanied..."
Date:May 6 1976
Publication:Park Forest, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., soprano; Phyllis Unosawa, mezzo-soprano; Alonzo Crook, tenor; and Monroe Olson, bass; and an orchestra of 58 players with Elliot Golub as concertmaster. The most dramatic of the many settings of the Mass..."
Date:Apr 3 1974
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... chariot by a whirlwind inf r* ho 11 The part of Elijah was sung by Buursma Three professional singers, Marla Kensey, Phyllis Unosawa and Walter Carringer, sang the other leads. The high school choirs made..."
Date:May 23 1976
Publication:Tinley Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... Rochelle tenor Donald contralto Phyllis Unosawa and bass Jeffrey Hor- vath. Tickets are and for stu- dents and and are avail- able at the BAAC office or by calling 381-5116. Holiday dance The ever..."
Date:Dec 6 1990
Publication:Chicago, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., tenor; Monroe Olson, bass; Phyllis Unosawa, contralto; Dale Terbeck, counter-tenor, and Edward Mondello, organist. Tickets for each concert are on sale at the Reynolds club desk, 57th and University..."
Date:Oct 2 1974
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... will be the society's regular conductor, Prof. Harold Seerdes. Soloists will be Suzanne Johnson, soprano; 'hyllis Unosawa, contralto; R. ack De Vos, tenor; and Richard Schreiber, baritone. This year's soloists include..."
Date:Nov 27 1970
Publication:Holland, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"... and Psychotherapy in Hyde Park; The Rev. Lawrence Bouldin, United Methodist Chaplain; Sister Jane Gerard, Calvert House; Phyllis Unosawa, contralto, The Rockefeller Chapel Choir, and Edward Mondello, Univ..."
Date:Mar 26 1975
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"... choir at Orchestra hall May 17, at 8:15 p.m. Soloists include Marla Kensey, soprano; Phyllis Unosawa, alto; Walter Carringer, tenor; David Buursma, baritone and Paul Wiltjer, boy soprano. The two choirs..."
Date:May 6 1976
Publication:Markham, Illinois, United States of America
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Text:"..., Tenor MARK ZOLEZZ1, Tenor ARTHUR BERG, Jesus SUSAN NALBACH LUTZ, Soprano PHYLUS UNOSAWA, Contralto STEPHEN SWANSON, Baritone Sunday • April 4, 1971 • 3:30 p.m. Tickets: Reserved $5.00 General Admission $4..."
Date:Mar 24 1971
Publication:Hyde Park, Illinois, United States of America