The Umiversity School of Music lias enjoyed a very succcssful semester, and the rwork of th-e second semester js already uuider way. Realizing that one of ,the most essential features of succees in musical edueation is the opportuiidty of to fine müsie, iIlc series of concerté for the second semester will oxeccel in interest those of tne fii-st. Prominent among these eoneerte is tilie series of Ohaanber Concertis to ibe given on tibe evenings of Marcli 2, 14, 23, April 13 and May 4, in Newberry Hall. Seaso-n tickets for tlie-se eoneerts have been placed on sale at fhe usual places at the low prtoe of $1.50. The Detroit Philharmonic Clu'b ; Edward Baxter Ferry, tlie blind pianist ; the Milwaukee Trio, of wfhlcii Mr. Schmaal is the leadinig member, have been engaged. Besides these concerts, Faculty Ooncerte and Pupils' Kecitals will be givOn. It 'is bait fair, in view of the nnmero'us concerts, whicli are thrown open to the .public, that lie Chamber Conoerte, -ivlin-h nvolve a large oullay, sliuuld be iwell supported. Tlue is a lLst of attractions üie second semester : Maf. 2. First Chamber Concert. Xcicbcrru lililí. " 9. Faculty Concert. Ifewberry Hall. 11. Lecture. Subject to bu auuouuced. 14. Seeond Chamber Concert. Xewbcny Hall. " 18. Pupils' Recital. ' 23. Third Chamber Concert. " i". Lecture. .Subject to be uunounced. April 1. Lecture. Italiau Opera. A. A. Stanley. 8. Pupils' Recital. " 13. Fourth Chamber Concert. ' 29. Lecture. Germán Opera. A. A. Stanley. Mjiy 4. Fifth Cbamber Concert. ' 11. Organ Recital. A. A. Stanley. ' 13. Pupils' Recital. " 18. Lecture. Symphony Program. Rüom 21. 5 o'clock p. M. " 19. Concert. Choral Union Series. University Hall. Boston Symphony Orcbestra. " 25. Faculty Concert. Tune 3. Puoils' Recital. ' 10. Pupils' Recital. ' 17. Faculty Concert. Grand "Closins Concert.