UMS Concert Program, March 22, 1910: Violin Recital -- Mr. Fritz Kreisler
Complete Series: CCXXXV
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1909-1910
THIRTY-FIRST SEASON FIFTH CONCERT
No. CCXXXV COMPLETE SERIES
UNIVERSITY HALL, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1910
AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
MR. FRITZ KREISLER
MRS. MARK A. STEVENS, Pianist
(a) Sonata, D major ...... Handel
Andante; Allegro energico ;
(b) Prelude and Allegro . . G. Pugnani (1731-1796)
Concerto, A minor . . . . . . Y. B. Viotti
Allegro moderato; Adagio; Allegro con spirito
(a) Grave ..... Friedman Bach (17101784)
(b) Chanson Louis XIII and Pavane Louis Couperin (1630-1665)
(c) Allegretto ....,. Boccherini (1743-1805)
(d) Larghetto, B flat major . . . . Weber
(e) Rondo, G major ...... Mozart
Polonaise, A major ...... Wieniaivski
STEINWAY PIANO USED. THE NEXT CONCERT IN THE CHORAL UNION SERIES WILL DE THE
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
May 18, 1910
THE ANN ARBOR PRESS
The attention of music-lovers is called to the following two concerts which are to be given during the first week in April:
UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Samuel Pierson Lockwood, Conductor.
On Monday evening, April 4, The University Symphony Orchestra will make its final appearance for the year in High School Auditorium. The organization has worked seriously and faithfully during the past season, and at its two previous appearances this season demonstrated its worth. A somewhat shorter and lighter program has been prepared than was given at the last concert. Mr. William Rowland, baritone, and Miss Marian Struble, violinist, will be the soloists.
Admission 25 cents.
FACULTY CONCERT High School Auditorium--Thursday evening, April 7.
The University School of Music takes great pleasure in announcing that Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holden Huss will appear at the next Faculty Concert. Since the publication of his piano concerto Mr. Huss has gained an international reputation. Pugno and other eminent pianists have performed the work in European capitals while Mr. Huss has played it with every orchestra in the United States. Mrs. Hildegard Hoffmann Huss has gained a great reputation for her work both as lieder and oratorio singer. The critics praise particularly her lovely voice, engaging personality and dramatic power.
Regular Faculty Concert tickets will admit to this concert Single admission tickets may be purchased at the door at 25 cents.
University Musical Society