The University Record, October 30, 2000

Frightfully good show!

Costumed conductors took a pre-performance break last week to pose in what they might—or might not—be wearing to the annual Hallowe’en Concert. (They didn’t want to spoil the surprise by telling us.) One of the year’s most popular events, the concert this year featured such appropriate classical hits as ‘The Gnome’ from Mussorgsky’s ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ and Glaser’s ‘March of the Little Goblins’ performed by the University Symphony Orchestra and the University Philharmonic Orchestra. Pictured at left are artistic director Kenneth Kiesler, professor of music (conducting), rear; Hallowe’en Concert conductors Joana Carneiro (left front, in beehive hairdo); and Ken Raskin (jester). At right: wizard extraordinaire Laura Jackson, Kiki Kilburn dressed as Bam Bam, Andrew George as Dr. Jekyll and prison escapee Doug Martin. Photo by Martin Vloet, U-M Photo Services

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