Complete Series: LXXI
Oboral Union Series.
(NO. LXXI COMPLETE SERIES.)
MISS JEANETTE DURNO, Accompanist.
"Friday Ifoening;, ebruarr 3, 1899
1898 IBaJ l&ZZiWdl 1899 Â¦ I
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 11th, 12th, 13th. j
Mme. MARCELLA SEMBRICH, j
Miss Sara Anderson, Miss Anna Lohbiller. i
Mrs. Josephine Jacoby, Miss Blanche Towle.
Mr. Evans Williams, Mr. Clarence Shirley. j
Mr. Myron W. Whitney, Jr., Mr. Gwillim Miles,
THE BOSTON FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA and CHORAL UNION. Mr. Emil Mollenhauer, and Mr. Albert A. Stanley, Conductors.
AmiiiiL,' the works U be performed are the following:--
" Sainson and Delilah," . " German Requiem," ...... " Stabal Mater,"....... Saint-Saais Brahms Vcnii
Symphonies--." Im Walde," . " """'''r"" Rustic Wedding," " " Fantastique," .... ,. Raff Goldmark . Berlioz
Overtures--" Faust," . . . " "Tragic.'1 ..... " " Benvenuto Cellini," "LeRoid'Ys," . Wagner Brahms Berlioz Lalo
Tlnfe1 a'nnouiicemeiit of artists, and works is by no means conijilete, but willlservc i to give a general idea of tlie character of the Festival.
donate, G moll, ------Schubert
Allegro, Andante, Scherzo, Rondo.
Mr. Wii.t.y Burmester and Miss Jeanette Uurno Faust Fantasie, ------Wieniawsky
Mr. AVii.i.y JHirmkstkr
Andante spianato, and ...... Chopin
Polonaise, E Flat, )
Miss Jeanette Durno
1NTKRM1SSION. . ,
la Adagio, Concerto No. 7, ----SpoHr
(h) I''ugue, (' moll, ...... Bach
Mr. Vii.i.y Hitkmkster
a) Air,........ jBach
(b) Nel cor iiu non mi sento, Paganini-Bunnrstcr
'I'lieme and Variations.
M-li. AVll.l.Y lSURWESI'KR .
Steinway & Son's i'iano used by Miss Jeanette Durno.
The next concert will be a song recital by lien Davies, Friday evening, March 24.
SCHEDULE OP PPICES.
Tickets for Entire Series ('to Concerts), Including May
Festival, Â¦ $3 00
Ticket for May Festival only (5 Concerts), 3 00
Single Admission Tickets, 1 00
Single Admission for Sembrich Concert, 2 00
Reserved Seats for May Festival, S2.00 and $1.00 Extra Reserved Seats for Single Concert for May Festival, 50 and 25 Cents
Out of town parties can secure tickets and reserved seats by addressing Thomas C. Coi.hhrn, Secretary of the University School of Music. Both 'Phones.
SALE OF SEATS begins Saturday Morning, February 4 'at 9 a. m., in University School of Music.