June 21-July 12, 2002
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To the point -- with David Evans
Students create Rotunda mosaic

U.Va., World Wildlife Fund sign agreement

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Notable -- awards and achievements of faculty and staff
Dante Germino dies in train accident
Season tickets available
Employees: How to get back to school
After Hours -- Gayle Noble
Study discovers effects of exercise in women on HRT

Season tickets available

If you’re a fan of world-class chamber music, you’d better hurry to order 2002-03 season tickets for the Tuesday Evening Concert Series. The program, which began in 1948, has been sold out by subscription for the past eight years.

The season opens Oct. 8 with the Muir String Quartet and includes seven concerts in all, each beginning at 8:15 p.m. in Cabell Hall Auditorium.

Although orchestra seats already are reserved, loge and balcony seats are still available. Subscribing guarantees a seat for each concert and allows people to release the tickets if they can’t attend a particular concert. Released tickets are then made available to other patrons. Those tickets for individual concerts can be purchased by signing up on the box office waiting list at 924-3984 two weeks before each concert.

For information, call Karen Pellon at 244-9505 or visit the Web site at www.tecs.org

Oct. 8 Muir String Quartet

Oct. 29 Vienna Piano Trio

Dec. 3 The Tallis Scholars

Jan. 28 Vadim Repin, violin, and Boris
Berezovsky, piano

Feb. 18 Anne-Marie McDermott, piano

March 25 Willard White, bass singer

April 15 Moscow Soloists with Yuri
Bashmet, director and viola


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