New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 22, 1993, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 22, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, Sept. 22,1993 U Herald-Zeitur>9 ■ 9Arts & Entertainment Spotlight On...Label doesn't do justice to lion-hearted lady THE VALIDATOR ... For someone who doesn't like labels, I seem to be using them quite a bit lately. For instance, the heading of this paragraph. It refers tq someone so unique, that the label hardly tells the whole story. This member of our community is so much more: a very positive force in our local Chamber, a hard worker in the Con-servtion and Heritage societies, a dynamic leader in the German-American Society, and a staunch and faithful supporter of the arts. Many a Heritage Exhibit has enjoyed the effects of her tireless efforts, and NO ONE has sold as many tickets to the Arts Council’s annual celebration, Dinner With the Arts. But mote than all her "doing," it is her attitude that validates all of us. No syrupy Pollyanna, this lady has strong opinions, and doesnt mind voicing them! Yet "everything good" gets her Elizabeth Elliott vote. The benefit to this community often in need of healing, is that hers is a circumspect view, seeing the value of ALL good projects, irregardless of the differing philosophies that initiated them. She has a "lion-hearted" spirit, but she is protective of the "lambs." We arc all the better for our validation by HELGARD SUHR. AN ENCHANTING SEASON ... That's what the Mid-Texas Symphony is calling its 16th year of community-enriching concerts. Under the masterful direction of Maestro Akira Endo, the season begins this Sunday, Sept. 26, at 4 p.m. in Jackson Auditorium in Seguin. And they're coming on strong, presenting Christopher Taylor, this year’s Bronze Medalist in the Van Clibum competition, and the winner of the Highest Ranking American Pianist award. He’ll perform Tschakowsky's "Piano Concerto No. I in B Flat Minor." With degrees from Harvard in mathematics as well as music, "his brilliant technique mixes the cerebral with the unexpected." Obviously, a "wunderkind" - he’s only 23! The Symphony Society's season ticket campaign is in full swing (pardon the pun, especially if you don't get it,) with a new ’family1 category, offering two adult tickets and one ticket for each of your children under 18, for $99! Big families could make out like bandits here! Oth er subscriber benefits include two for one dining coupons from Langston House, Wolfgangs's Keller, Molly Joe's, Tree Tops Restaurant, and Varsity In in Seguin. If you want to know more about this tempting season, call the New Braunfels Guild president, Arlene Buhl at 625-6411. HIGHEST ART FORM ...It's called "creative living." And I think it refers to that ability to make lemonade when life hands you a bunch of lemons. I've been thinking about it lately, because I’m wondering what phrase would sum up my life, when I'm gone. Ifs odd, isn't it? The playwright, die composer, the visual artist, all begin with a CONCEPT. They know what they want to express, BEFORE they express it. But most of us, in this art form called life, make it up as we go along. Is it any wonder that our "script" often produces confusing dialogue, that our "song" has discordant notes, that our "canvas" has images that don’t blend? Maybe we became much busier than we needed to be. We haven't had time to form a "concept" for living. And now, it's rather scary to call "Time Out!", get off the treadmill, and decide what we want our lives to say. I don't have any answers. Just thinking out loud. And Harold said I could share my thoughts with you. I don't know of anyone better. Thanks for listening. Elizabeth Elliott is executive director of the Circle of Arts Theater, now in its 25th anniversary season New Braunfels band wins critic's choice award from Christian music magazine New Braunfels residents Leigh Anne Bingham and Matt Slocum, and their musical group, Sixpence None the Richer, will be announced winners of the Critic's Choice Award in the October issue of CCM Magazine (Contemporary Christian Music). The two have just signed a five-year contract tiwh R.E.X. Records out of Nashville and will be the first artists featured on the company's new Populi label. A debut release of the group's album, The Fatherless and the Widow, will be celebrated at the Shepherd's • Shoppe in San Antonio on Sept. 25 , from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Leigh Anne, singer for the group, is , a senior at New Braunfels High School. Matt, composer and musician, • is a third year music major in cello at - U.T.-Austin. The two met at New Braunfels' Baptist Church and have been polishing -their musical talents together for the past three years. Their original music is an alternative/folk rock style, similar to 10,000 Maniacs and The Sundays. ; The group spent three weeks in Chicago last July to record the pre- ★ 'k'k'k'k'k'k^'k'kk'k'k'k LANDAN sent release album. Their record contract calls for four more albums and they have been invited to perform on World Vision, which is televised nationwide. Sixpence Non the Richer won recognition last year as the second favorite independent group in Syndicate Magazine, placing them ahead of Over The Rhine, the group now opening for Bob Dylan on his European tour. GIFT KOOKS AVAILABLE: WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. Aa SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM $3.00 Hums good 9/17 thni 9/23 NA Conditioned + ★ ★ ★ ★ ★I ★ * ‘it it it 'it . 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South Street Presents Friday - October 1 - Blue Notes" Ballroom Music 8pm-12am$5 cover Saturday - October 2 - Swinging Country Country & Western 8pm-12am $5 cover December 31st - New Year's Eve Dance Frank Kosub & Sounds of Country $12 per person - Tickets available now - Call for reservations BINGO livery I hursday at 7 OO p rn (Lie #1 74-1328848 5) Hall rental for Weddings. Anniversaries and Reunions a7E.SM.sm.    *25™3 THE ORIGINAL (TACO CABAIM ^ MEXICAN RATIO CAFE ) This coupon entitles bearer to buy 1 mexican platter (3.49 + tax) and get one FREE pi mm prM«nt coupon when ordering -at New Braun fete Store Only. Coupon expiree 10-17-93 Coupon expirM 10-17-93 afsogoo JaHlnve^tKru window. Mexican Platter Includes: Enchilada, Crisp Taco, Rice, Refried Beans, Two Flour Tortillas. SERVING BREAKFAST 24 HOURS 811 IH 35 N. 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