Complete Series: CCXLVI
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President
A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1910-1911
No. CCXLVI COMPLETE SERIES
UNIVERSITY HALL, FRIDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 24, 1911 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
MME. OLGA SAMAROFF, Pianist
Organ Fugue in G-minor
Sonata in B-minor, op. 58 Allegro maestoso Scherzo Largo
Finale: Presto non tanto
Nocturne in F-sharp Major Etude in F-major, Op. 10, No. 3 Ballade in A-flat Major
Novelette in D-major, No. 2 romanze in f-siiarp major
Capriccio in B-minor . .
Prelude in G-minor
Toccata in C-sharp Minor
Ride on the Valkyries
Steinway Piano Used
THE NEXT CONCERT IN THE CHORAL UNION SERIES WILL BE THE FIRST
MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
May 10, 1911
EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL MAY FESTIVAL
May 10, 11, 12 13, 1910
ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS
MME. BERNICE DE PASQUALI Soprano, (Metropolitan Opera Company) ; Perceval Allen, Soprano (Covent Garden) ; Mrs. Sybil SammisMacDermid, Soprano; Miss Florence Mulford, Mezzo-soprano; Miss Janet Spencer, Contralto; Mr. Reed Miller, Tenor; MR. CLARENCE WHITEHILL, Baritone (Metropolitan Opera Company) ; Mr. Horatio Connell, Bass; Mr. L. L. Renwick, Organist; Mr. Frederick Stock and Mr. Albert A. Stanley, Conductors; The Choral Union and The Theodore Thomas Orchestra.
Handel ...... "Judas Maccabaeus"
An Oratorio in Three Parts. Tschaikmvsky . . . . . . "Eugen Onegin"
An Opera in Three Acts.
SYMPHONIES Borodin; B-minor, No. 2; Schubert, C-major, No. 10.
Bantoch. "The Perriot of the Minute"; Glazounow, "Carnaval"; Goldmark, "In Spring Time";
SYMPHONIC POEMS, ETC.
Debussy, March "Ecossaise," "Cortege" and "Air de Danse" from "L'Enfant Prodigue"; Dvorak, Scherzo Capriccioso; Rimsky-Korsakow, "Capriccio Espagnol"; Schillings, Vorspiel, Act II "Ingwelde," Harvest Festival "Moloch"; Sibelius, "En Saga"; Smetana, "Vysehrad," "The Moldau"; Wagner, "Love Scene and Brangane's Warning," "Tristan," Closing Scene "Gotterdammerung."
The Arias will be announced in the Festival Journal. SCHEDULE OF PRICES
Reserved seat tickets for the Festival may be secured by returning Choral Union season tickets and paying the reservation fee in accordance with the following schedule:
On Monday, February 20, a block of 500 seats will be placed on sale at $3.50 each. On Monday, February 27, all unsold seats from this block will be offered at $3.00 each and will remain at this price up to and during the Festival.
On Monday, March 6, a block of 1000 additional seats will be placed on sale at $2.50 each. On Saturday, March u, all unsold seats from this block will be offered at $2.00 each, and will remain at this price until the Festival.
On Monday, March 13, a block of approximately 1000 additional seats will be placed on sale at $1.50 each. On Saturday, March 18, all unsold seats from this block will be offered at $1.00 each and will remain at this price until the Festival.
Tickets will be on sale in Ypsilanti at the Rowima Store, on and after Monday, February 27.
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