Complete Series: CCLXVII
UNIVERSITY MUSICAL SOCIETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY. Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1912-1913
THIRTY-FOURTH SEASON FOURTH CONCERT
No. CCLXVII COMPLETE SERIES
Boston Symphony Orchestra
DR. KARL MUCK, Conductor MR. SYLVAIN NOACK, Violinist
UNIVERSITY HALL. FRIDAY. JANUARY 31, 1913 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
BRAHMS .... Symphony No. 2, in D major, Op. 73
I. Allegro non troppo II. Adagio non troppo III. Allegretto grazioso, quasi andantino IV. Allegro con spirito
SAINT-SAENS . . Concerto for Violin No. 3, in B minor, Op. 61
I. Allegro non troppo II. Andante quasi allegretto III. Molto moderato e maestoso: Allegro non troppo
There will be an intermission of ten minutes after th'e Symphony.
THE NEXT CONCERT IN THE CHORAL UNION SERIES WILL BE GIVEN EY
MME. TINA LERNER, Pianist February 28, 1913
Patrons are reminded that unless otherwise specified ALL CONCERTS begin at 8 O'CLOCK SHARP and that the audience should be seated by that hour.
THt AHH AMOR PRMS-PRINTMI
Twentieth Annual May Festival
Hill Auditorium, May 14, is, 16, 17, 1913.
CHORAL WORKS: "Requiem"--Verdi;
First act of "Lohengrin" and the Finale of the "Meistersinger"--Wagner; "Laus Deo"-Stanley; to be given by the University Ohoral Union; and "The Walrus and the Carpenter" --Fletcher; to be given by a supplementary chorus of several hundred school children.
ORGANIZATIONS: The Theodore Thomas Orchestra, The University Choral Union, and Supplementary Children's chorus.
CONDUCTORS: Albert A. Stanley and Frederick Stock.
ARTISTS: Marie Rappold (Metropolitan Opera 'Company), Florence Hinkle, Sopranos. Ernestine Schumann-Heink, Rosalie Wirthlin, Contraltos.
Lambert Murphy (Metropolitan Opera Company), Tenor.
Pasquale Amato (Metropolitan Opera Company, Putnam Griswold (Metropolitan Opera Company), Baritones.
Henri G. Scott (Metropolitan Opera Company), Bass.
THE FESTIVAL JOURNAL, giving full information regarding tickets, programs, etc., will be issued later in the year and will be sent to any address upon application.