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Concert Series Scheduled at Cal State L.A.

June 03, 1988

Eight public concerts will be given in connection with the List-Glenn Institute for Piano & Strings at Cal State L.A., July 5-Aug. 7.

Opening the concert series will be a performance by the Los Angeles-based Archwood Ensemble and pianist Paul Van Ness, July 7 at 8 p.m.

The Lanier Piano Trio (pianist Cary Lewis, violinist Walter Schwede and cellist Dorothy Lewis) from Atlanta, Ga., will appear at the concerts of July 11 and 18. The List-Glenn String Orchestra will be conducted by Chi-Jen Chang, professor at Soochow University in Taiwan, on July 14 and 28 and Aug. 6.

The Stuttgart Piano Trio (pianist Monika Leonhard, violinist Rainer Kussmaul and cellist Klaus Kanngiesser) will appear, July 22.

And the Taiwan Piano Trio (pianist Mei-Ling Wang, violinist Cheng-Tu Su and cellist Wang-Lin Sun) will make its U.S. debut, Aug. 1, playing works by Beethoven and Tchaikovsky and the premiere performance of a trio by Deh-Ho Lai.

All concerts will take place in State Playhouse on the Cal State L.A. campus, at 8 p.m.

The institute honors the late American musicians, pianist Eugene List and violinist Carroll Glenn; it was founded by a group of students of the couple "to continue the Lists' work in promoting the art of piano and string music performance," according to a brochure.

Information: (213) 224-3448.

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