The Boston Festival orchestra will jive the opening concert of the jrand festival in University hall this evening. This orchestra has an unusually large percentage of noted artists among its number and their appearance in Ann Arbor will be the event, in the musical line, in the college year. Such a high grade of entertainments as this and the ones to be given Saturday afternoon and evening should receive the most hearty support from the citizens and student body of Ann Arbor. Airead y many lovers of music from outside of the city are in town, bent on taking advantage of this exceptional treat. PROGRAM SATfROAY AFTERNOON. 1. Overture, "Migrnon" Thomas Orchestra. 2. 'Cello Solo, "O Cara Memoria" Serváis Mr. Qiese. Ü. Afl::_';i and Gavotte, Frorn Suite Bach String Orchestra. 4. Aria, "Una Voci" (II Barbiere) Rossini Mi-,s Stewart. 5. Orchestral Suite, Op. 43 MacDowell a. In a Hunted Forest. b. Summer Idylle, c. Shepherdess' Song:, d. Forest Spirits. Orchestra. 6. Piano Concerto in F minor Henselt Mr. Friedheim. 7. Intermezzo, From Ballet oL "Naila"-.. Delibes Orchestra. 8. Concertino Ernst Mr. Winternitz. 9. Overture, "Carnival Eomain" Berlioz Orchestra. PROGRAM SATURDAY NIGHT. "Manzoni," Requiem Verdi SOLOISTS. Eruma Juch, E. C. Towiie, Gertrude May Stein, Max Heinrich, Choral Union Orchestra.