SYMPHONY IN BLACK
The SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
WILLIAM WARFIELD in A SPECIAL CONCERT
benefiting the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission
Wednesday, January 14, 1987 8:00 p.m.
Lila Cockrell Theatre
San Antonio Express News
By DAVID ANTHONY RICHELIEU
San Antonio Symphony plans notable week
February 11, 1987
The program features former Joffrey Ballet dance star Edward Morgan, who is a native of San Antonian. Morgan was featured in the Joffrey’s ballet “Jamboree” which was about San Antonio and had its world premiere here in 1984 under sponsorship of the San Antonio Performing Arts Association, the city of San Antonio and Sn Antonio Savings Association.
Morgan who will dance to “The Spirited Martin,” a work choreographed to Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings.”
Morgan also will be featured later in the program in a dance done to “Happy Birthday” and to the third movement scherzo of William Grant Still’s Afro American Symphony.
The San Antonio Symphony Orchestra presented a special concert benefiting the MLK, Jr. Commission Wednesday at the Lila Cockrell Theatre. Attending were (1-r) Mayor Cisneros, william Warfield, Andrew Schenck, conductor; Aaronetta Pierce and Edward Morgan. Photo by E. Lott