Complete Series: CIII
University Hall-ann Arbor, Michigan
UNIVERSITY HALL--ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY-,
A1901--CHORAL UNION SERIES--1902
THIRTEENTH SEASON-THIRD CONCERT.
(No. CIII. Complete Series.)
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24, 1902. PIANOFORTE RECITAL
1. Concerto Italien . . . . Bach
2. Fantasia in C . . . . . Schumann
Motto; Durch alle Tone tonet Im bunten Erdentraum Ein leise Ton gezogen Fur den der heimlich lauschet.--Fe. Schlegel.
I. Durchaus f antastisch und leidenschaf tlich vorzutragen. IT. Massig. III. Langsam getragen.
3. a. Nocturne )
V . . . Chopin
&. Ballade in G Minor j
4. a. Impromptu in B fiat . . . . Schubert &. Mephisto Valse .... Liszt
The Mason & Hamlin Pianoforte.
The next Concert in this Series will be given Friday evening, February 28, 1902, by WILHELM MIDDLESCHUTTE, Organist, and BERNARD STURM, Violinist.
(For announcement of May Festival see following pages.)
J90J--NINTH MAY FESTIVAL-J902
THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY MAY 15, 16, AND 17, 1902
ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS
(the following is but a partial list.)
Madame Johanna Gadski, Metropolitan Opera Co."]
Mme. Evta Kileski .... I
Miss Anita Rio . . . . . J
Mme. Celine Bonheur-Chais ]
Miss Janet Spencer j
Mr. Ellison van Hoose . . .
Mr. Gwilym Miles
Mr. William A. Howland
Mr. Frederic Martin
Mr. Ernest Hutcheson
The Boston Festival Orchestra and
The Choral Union
MR. EMIL MOLLENHAUER AND MR. ALBERT A. STANLEY, Conductors
Contraltos Tenor Baritones
SCHEDULE OF PRICES
Tickets for Entire Series (10 Concerts) Tickets for May Festival (5 Concerts) Single Tickets .... Single Tickets for Saturday Evening Eeserved Seats for May Festival series
2.00 and $1.00 extra
Reserved Seats for Single Concert for May Festival Series . 50 and 25 cents One thousand Reserved Seats will be sold at $2.00, the remainder at $1.00.
All seats will be placed on sale at the same time, thus allowing the choice to be
made at the time of the reserved seat sale.
Parties desiring to order tickets, or reserved seats, by mail, will please
address (including P. O. order) Thomas C. Colburn, Secretary University School
L THURSDAY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK
"Orpheus," an Opera in 3 acts . . . . Oluck
Orpheus, Mmb. Bonheur-Chais Euridice, Miss Anita Rio Amor, Mrs. Evta Kileski The Choral Union
II. FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK
Overture, "Der Wassertraeger," . . . CheruMni
Pianoforte Concerto, A minor, . . . Schumann
Symphony, No. 5, C minor, .... Beethoven
Soloists, Mme. Bonheur-Chais, Mr. Ernest Hdtcheson
IH. FRIDAY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK
" Faust," a Lyric Opera in 5 Acts, . . . Gounod
Faust, Mr. Ellison van Hoose Margarita, Miss Anita Rio Siebel, Miss Janet Spencer Mephistopheles, Mr. Frederic Martin
Branded } Mr" Gwilym Miles The Choral Union
IV. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT 2.30 O'CLOCK
(Program not yet fully made up)
V. SATURDAY EVENING AT 7.30 O'CLOCK
"Tannhaueser," a Romantic Opera in 3 Acts, . . Wagner
Tannhaueser, Mr. Ellison van Hoose
. Elisabeth, MAD. JOHANNA GADSKI
Venus, Mme. Celene Bonheur-Chais
The cast for the remaining characters has still to be arranged, but they will all be in the hands of thoroughly competent artists.
THE UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
Hereby Announces the Second Series of Six Historical Lecture-Recitals to be
given by ALBERT LOCKWOOD, Head of Pianoforte Department of
the University School of Music, on the following: dates at 4.30 p. m.
VII. February 26--Francois Frederick Chopin
VIII. March 12--Franz Liszt, Anton Rubinstein
IX. March 26--Johannes Brahms
X. April 9 --Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky
XL April 23--Norwegian Composers
XII. May 7--Modern Composers
THE SIXTH RECITAL
IN THE FIRST SERIES (CHOPIN) WILL, BE GIVEN
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, AT 4.30 P. M.
These Recitals are primarily designed for the students of the University
School of Music, but a. limited number of tickets will be sold to holders of Faculty Concert tickets for One Dollar per Semester,
and may be obtained at the Office of the School.
A SERIES OF
HISTORICAL VESPER SERVICES
WILL BE GIVEN IN
UNIVERSITY HALL ON TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
AT 4. JO O'CLOCK, BEGINNING FEBRUARY J3.
The programs will show the development of sacred music from Dupre
(1450-J52J) up to the present time. Thursdays an Organ Recital
will be given with programs made up from the works of
the composers represented in the services of the
week or illustrative of the same epoch.