The sevonth and last of the series of Chaniber Concerts for the season wa given Thursday evening, May 3rd Norwithstanding the number and va riety of entertainments takin.i? place i this city for the past two weeks, ther was an unusually large audience in tb University hall to listen to the delight ful strains which ülled the air wit melody and sweetest harmory. Th l'hilharmouic Club played superbly and the encoré, so seldorn granted by Trof. William Yunck, ülled bis listeners with rapture. Miss Winchell excelled herself. Miss Shafter bas a sweet but not sufficif ntly powerf ui voice to üll the large hall. The music season has been all too short. Our people are indeed inost fortúnate in liavingsuch opportunities for improvirg themseh'es in the divine art, for no one can listen without beneSt. Ai'd tbat tliere is a growing appreciation of the chamber concerts is evinced by the fact that the attendance and nurnber of subscribers nas been larger tbisyear than in any preceding year If we lived a thousand miles away or were ptaysically deprived of the means of enjoying these coucerts and the instruction given with, or by them, it would be eonsidered a ?reat hardship. As it is we caimot have too much of such good. Prof. Cady expects to arrange a programme for üve concerts for next season, and intends to give a series of anaiytieal lectures on each one of the compositions to berendered. It is to e hoped that the next seasou will open I s prosperously as it deserves and that 'rof. Cady may reap the ampie reward or lus arduous labors vvliicli he so ichly deserves.