Complete Series: CCLXXXVII
(ovbr) UNIVERSTTY MUSTCAL SOCTETY
F. W. KELSEY, President A. A. STANLEY, Director
CHORAL UNION SERIES, 1914-1915
THIRTY-SIXTH SEASON THIRD CONCERT
NO. CCLXXXVII COMPLETE SERIES
Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
DR. ERNST KUNWALD, Conductor
HILL AUDITORIUM, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1915 AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
Symphony No. 6, in B minor--
"Pathetique"--Op. 74 . . Peter Iljitsch Tschaikowsky
Suite For Orchestra--Op. 19 .... Brnest von Dohnanyi Andante con variazione; Scherzo; Romance; Rondo
"Vorspiel und Ljebestod" from "Tristan und Isolde" Richard Wagner "Traume" from "Tristan und Isolde" . . . Richard Wagner Overture to "Rienzi" . . ? . . . Richard Wagner
Complimentary Concert in Hill Auditorium tomorrow at 4:15 P. M., by members of the Faculty of the University School of Music.
The next Pre-Festival Concert will be given by Ferruccio Busoni, Italian Pianist, Tuesday Evening, March 2.
The last Pre-Festival Concert will be given by Olive Frbmstad, of the Metropolitan Opera Company, Thursday Evening, April 8.
PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE TWENTY-SECOND
Annual May Festival
HILL AUDITORIUM, MAY 19, 20, 21, 22, 1915.
JOHN McCORMACK--The Irish Tenor.
"For sheer pleasure, simple beauty, true emotion and all the things that make life worth living, there is nothing to beat a McCormack concert. The secret of his record-smashing audiences is explained."
MARGARETE OBER--Metropolitan Opera Star.
'"So complete a triumph did Mme. Ober win last night that the applause almost stopped the performance (Metropolitan Opera House)--something unheard of here these days--during a Wagner Opera.
HAROLD BAUER-"The Master Pianist."
"His standing in the world of music is aptly described by the phrase "Master Pianist," a term employed by one of America's foremost critics upon Mr. Bauer's last visit to this country."
LEONORA ALLEN ) THEODORE HARRISON Baritone
ADA GRACE JOHNSON V Sopranos
OLIVE KLINE ) CLARENCE WHITHILL, Bass
MARGARETE KEYES, Contralto
LAMBERT MURPHY, Tenor L. L. RENWICK j URGANISTS
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION-CHILDREN'S CHORUS
CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Albert A. Stanley and Frederick Stock, Conductors.
Paradise Lost, Bossi; The New Life, Wolf-Ferrari; The Children's Crusade,
MAY FESTIVAL RESERVED TICKETS
A special Preliminary Announcement giving full information regarding the sale of Festival Reserved Seat Tickets, which will be conducted on the same plan as last year, is now in press and will be widely distributed by mail and in other ways within the next few days.
Persons desiring copies for their own use or who wish them sent to friends or acquaintances, should notify Secretary Charles A. Sink, by post card.