1962-1970 Seasons

1962/63 Season

April 1963 (first concert)

Cliff Berge, conductor

  • Wagner – Tannhauser Overture

1963/64 Season

May 14, 1964 – JDHS (third concert)

Cliff Berge, conductor

  • Handel – Overture to Sampson
  • Strauss – Tales from the Vienna Woods
  • Leroy Anderson – A Trumpeter’s Lullaby with Ron Maas, trumpet
  • Handel – Minuet
  • Frescobaldi-Kindler – Toccata
  • Cimarosa – Concerto in G Major, Janet Gellert, flute; Mary Pierce, violin; Sallie Swift-Carter, piano
  • Haydn – Symphony No. 11 in G Major “Military”

1964/65 Season

Cliff Berge, conductor

 1965/66 Season

Cliff Berge, conductor

 1966/67 Season

 April 4, 1967 – JDHS

Cliff Berge, conductor

  • Wagner
  • Verdi
  • Enesco
  • Dvorak
  • Mussorgsky
  • Sibelius
  • Leroy Anderson – The Waltzing Cat

1967/68 Season

 October 27, 1967 – Petersburg

October 28, 1967 – Wrangell

October 29, 1967 – Ketchikan

December 10, 1967 (?) – JDHS

  • Wagner – Tannhauser Overture
  • Frescobaldi – Toccata
  • Tchaikovsky – Sleeping Beauty
  • Anderson – Waltzing Cat
  • Matesky – When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  • Romberg – Student Prince Overture
  • Wagner – Rienzi Overture
  • Enesco – Romanian Rhapsody No. 1
  • Brahms – Allegretto from Symphony No. 2
  • Verdi – prelude to La Traviata
  • Dvorak – Slavonic Dance
  • Mussorgsky – Great Gate of Kiev

 1968/69 Season

November 26, 1968 – JDHS

Cliff Berge, conductor

 February 11, 1969 – JDHS

Cliff Berge, conductor

  • Handel – Overture to Samson
  • Schubert – Symphony No. 8 in b minor, “Unfinished”
  • Schubert – Ballet Music No. 2 from Rosamunde
  • Peter DeRose – Autumn Serenade
  • Bizet – l’Arlesienne Suite No. 2, minuet and farandole
  • Handel – Music for the Royal Fireworks

April 8, 1969 – JDHS

Cliff Berge, conductor

  • Haydn – “Surprise” Symphony
  • J. Strauss – Overture to Die Fledermaus
  • Other “familiar selections”

 1969/70 Season

 January 27, 1970 – JDHS

Also performed in Wrangell, Petersburg, Sitka

Cliff Berge, Conductor

  • Corelli – Sarabande and Allegro
  • Tchaikovsky – scene from Swan Lake
  • Svendsen – Zorahayda
  • Borodin – Dance of the Archers from Prince Igor
  • Mozart – Clarinet Quintet in A with Cliff Berge and Corrine Kenway, violin; Donna Anderson, viola; Lawton Hull, cello; Glenn Leach, clarinet
  • Offenbach – Ballet Parisien
  • Rodgers and Hammerstein – Sound of Music