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UMS Concert Program, Jan. 26th: Choral Union Series -- Mrs. Josephine Jacoby

UMS Concert Program, Jan. 26th: Choral Union Series -- Mrs. Josephine Jacoby image UMS Concert Program, Jan. 26th: Choral Union Series -- Mrs. Josephine Jacoby image UMS Concert Program, Jan. 26th: Choral Union Series -- Mrs. Josephine Jacoby image UMS Concert Program, Jan. 26th: Choral Union Series -- Mrs. Josephine Jacoby image
Day
26
Month
January
Year
1900
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Season: 1899-1900
Concert: Fourth
Complete Series: LXXXIII

University Husical Society
F. V. KKLSRY. A. A. STANLEY,
President. Director. .
CH0K4L UNION SERIES. Eleventh Season. 1899-1900. Fourth Concert.
[NO. LXXX111 C'OMI'MSTK PEHIES.]
Mrs. JOSEPHINE JACOBY, Contralto
SONG RECITAL.
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Accompanist.
Friday Evening, Jan. 26th
1899 WAY FESTIVAL. 1900
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, IVlay 17, 18 and 19
ARTIST dN& ORQflNIZflTIONJ:
MADAME SGHUMANN-HEINK, Contralto,
of the Royal Opera of Berlin and the Metropolitan Opera Co.,
Hiss Sara Anderson, Soprano, Miss Isabelle Bouton, Contralto, Hr. Evan Williams, Tenor, fir. George W. Jenkins, Tenor, fir. Qwyllim Hiles, Baritone, fir. Bernard Sturm, Violinist, The Boston Festival Orchestra aud Choral Union,
Emil Mollekhauer and AIjUert A. StanLky, Conductors.
Negotiations are now in progress with several artists of the first rank whose names will be announced in the near future.
As stated in the preliminar}' announcements several important works by American Composers will be included in the prograrn'of the Festival. Amongthese are "The Lily Nymph' by Chadwick and "Nora Novissima" by Parker.
"Se tu ra'ami,"
"O for a burst of Song-,"
"Volkslied,"
"Die Lotosblume,"
"Volkslied,"
"Since first I met thee,V
"Mattinata,"
"Fruhling-straum,"
Pergolesi
AI lit sen
Schumann
Schumann
Schumann
Rubinstein
Tosti
Spicker
Aria from "Medea,"
"Nocturne," "Im Herbst," "Sapphic Ode," "Madrigal," "The Rosary," "Liebesg-luck," "Good-bye,"
Mercadante
Chadwick
Franz
Bralims
Harris
Nevin
Spicker
Tosti
The next concert in this series will be given Friday evening, Feb'y 23, by a Quartette, including David Kisphan, in the "Persian Garden" and Mixed ProjfiTim.
SCHEDULE OF PRICES.
Tickets for Entire Series (10 Concerts), IncludingMay
Festival,........ $3 00
Ticket for May Festival only (5 Concerts), 3 00
Sing-le Admission Tickets, . . 1 00
Sing-le Admission for Schumann-Heink Concert, 2 00 Reserved Seats for May Festival, $2.00 and SI.00 Extra
Reserved Seats for Single Concert for Ma}r Festival, SO and 25 Cents.
Out of town parties can secure tickets and reserved seats b}' addressing Thomas C. Colburn, Secretary of the University School of Music. Both 'Phones.
SALE OF SEATS begins Saturday Horning, January 27, at 9 a. m., in University School of Husic.
For the first week of the Sale the price will be S2.00 for each seat reserved, after which the price will be SI.00.

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