The University Mnsioal Society announces the engagement of the great soprano, Emtoa Calve, as leading solüist it the coming May Festival. Tho f uil list of artists will be announced at a later date. Itis sufificient (o State that th is list will contaiu several singers of the first rank who have been heard in Auu Arbor, and will also iuclude three of the graatest artists heard last yeur. The Boston Festival Orohestva, Mr. Emil Mollouhauer, oouduotor, will appear at all of the five ouneerts. The principal work will be Bruoh's 'Armiuins. " Anothev important work will also be presented by the Choral Pnion, but it cannot be aunoxiuced at this time. This festival will be a distinct artistic advance over the preoeding festivals aud will be fully up to the standard of the greatest festivals ever heard in America. The price of tickets will reraain the saiue, with the exceptiou of the Calve concert, at whioh the general admission will be 2. It will thns be seen that it is advisable to seoure season tickets at once, before the reservation of seats, whioh takes place at the School of Musio, Saturday, Jan. 9, at 9 a. m. Moreover, as the Festival will be exteusively advertised throughout the state, providing the tickets are not taken ap in Ann Arbor, it is advisablo for all desirous of attendiug the Festival to secure their tickets itnmediately. Seasou tickets pnrchased how will admit to the thiee remaiuiug concerts of the Choral Union series, as well as the five oonoerts of the Festival. The price of Festival tickets will be the same a for the complete series, that is, $8, with $1 extra for reserved seats for the Festival concerts. Tiokets are on sale at the School of Music, Calkina' Drug Store, the Aun Arbor Musio Co., Moore & Wetmore's Book Store, Ann Arbor; and at the Normal Conservatory and Rogers' Drug Store, Ypsilauti.