Complete Series: CCCLXXIII
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
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F. W. KELSEY, President
Albert Lockwood, Acting Director of the University School of Music Earl V. Moore, Acting Director of the University Choral Union
FORTY-THIRD SEASON SIXTH CONCERT
No. CCCLXXIII COMPLETE SERIES
CLAIRE DUX, Soprano BRONISLAW HUBERMAN, Violinist PAUL FRANKEL, Accompanist
TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1922, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Symphonie EspagnolE . Allegro non troppo Scherzando (Allegro molto) Andante Rondo (Allegro)
Aria from "The Pearl Fishers" (in French)
Nocturne in E flat .....
Chopin-Sarasate Elgar Paganini
Rhnsky-Korsak ow Hans Hermann Kromolicki Verdi
Mozart Strauss Schubert
Chanson Indoue from "Sadko" (in French) Lullaby (in English) ......
I Once Saw the Wind (in English) "Caro Nome' from "Rigoletto"
Aria from "II Re Pastore".....
Ave Maria ........
______________________Miss Dux and Mr. Huberman______________________
_______Miss Dux and Mr. Huberman record exclusively for Brunswick_______
The next concert in the CHORAL UNION SERIES will be the FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT, MAY 17, 1922.
The next concert in the EXTRA CONCERT SERIES will be given by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor, Bendetson Netzorg, Pianist, Monday evening, March 27, at 8:00 o'clock.
The next number in the FACULTY TWILIGHT SERIES; will be given Sunday afternoon, March 19, at 4:15 o'clock. No admission charge. (Children not admitted.)
TWILIGHT ORGAN RECITALS will be given each Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. No admission charge. (Children not admitted.)
Twenty-Ninth Annual May Festival
EARL V. MOORE, Acting Director
HILL AUDITORIUM ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
FOUR DAYS--May 17, 18,19, 20, 1922--SIX CONCERTS
FRIEDA HEMPEL .... Metropolitan Opera Company-
Coloratura Prima Donna
FLORENCE EASTON .... Metropolitan Opera Company American Prima Donna
ADELE PARKHURST . . . . Celebrated American Artist
MARGARETE MAZENAUER . . Metropolitan Opera Company
The World's Greatest Contralto KATHRYN MEISLE . . . . Brilliant American Artist
Tenors LUCIEN MURATORE .... Chicago Opera Association
Eminent French Opera Singer RICCARDO MARTIN .... Chicago Opera Association
One of America's Best
Baritones and Basses
REINALD WERRENRATH . . Metropolitan Opera Company
Well-known Victor Artist CARL SCHLEGEL .... Metropolitan Opera Company
American Operatic Star ROLLIN PEASE.....A Splendid Chicago Bass
WILLIAM BACHAUS.......Master Pianist
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA THE CHILDREN'S CHORUS
Conductors Earl V. Moore Frederick Stock George Oscar Bowen
"LA NUOVA VITA" (Dante) ......Wolf-Ferrari
"TANNHAEUSER" (in English)......Wagner
"SONG OF SPRING" (Children)......Busch
SCHEDULE OF CONCERTS
Tentative programs have been arranged as follows. The right is reserved to make such changes in the programs or the personnel of artists as necessity may demand.
FIRST FESTIVAL CONCERT, WEDNESDAY EVENING
Soloist, M. Lucien Muratore, Tenor The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Frederick Stock, Conductor
Overture, "Academic Festival," Opus 80........Brahms
Aria, "Vers d'Ossian," from "Werther".......Massenet
Suite for Orchestra, Opus 19.........Dohnanyi
Ballade from "Le Roi d'Ys"............ Lalo
Ballade, "Tam O'Shanter" . _.........Clwdwick
Aria, Flower Song from "Carmen" ......... Biset
Symphonic Poem, No. 2, "Tasso, Lamento e Trionfo".....Liszt
SECOND FESTIVAL CONCERT, THURSDAY EVENING Soloists, Adele Parkhurst, Soprano, and Reinald Werrenrath, Baritone The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union
Frederick Stock and Earl V. Moore, Conductors
Procession of the Knights of the Holy Grail, from "Parsifal" . . . Wagner Tone Poem, "Death and Transfiguration," Opus 24 ...... Strauss
"La Vita Nuova"...........Wolf-Ferrari
THIRD FESTIVAL CONCERT, FRIDAY AFTERNOON
Children's Program Soloist, Kathryn Meisle, Contralto
Children's Chorus George Oscar Bowen, Conductor Aria, Una voce poco fa ("Barber of Seville") ....... Rossini
Children's Chorus English Songs:
By a Lonely Forest Pathway......Charles T. Griffes
Dirge ........... Horace Johnson
The Babe in the Garden.......Emerson W hit home
Where the West Begins........Frank LaForge
O Don Fatale ("Don Carlos")..........Verdi
. FOURTH FESTIVAL CONCERT, FRIDAY EVENING Soloists, Frieda Hempel, Soprano, and Riccardo Martin, Tenor The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union Frederick Stock, Conductor
Overture, "Liebesfruhling"......? . . . Georg Schumann
A Psalmodic Rhapsody (new) .......... Stock
Aria, "Non mi dir," from "Don Giovanni"......._ Mozart
Symphonic Poem, No. 1, "Le Rouet d'Omphale".....Sainl-Saens_
Aria, "Caro Nome," from "Rigoletto"........Verdi
Concert Waltz, No. 2, F major . ......Glasounow
Aria, "Ah, non giune," from "La Sonnambula" ...... Bellini
"Midsummer Wake," Swedish Rhapsody....... . Alfven
FIFTH FESTIVAL CONCERT, SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Soloist, William Bachaus, Pianist The Chicago Symphony Orchestra Frederick Stock, Conductor
Overture to "Benvenuto Cellini".........Berlioz
Symphony, No. 2, E minor, Opus 27.....' . Rachmamnow
Piano Concerto, to be announced
SIXTH FESTIVAL CONCERT, SATURDAY EVENING
"Tannhauser" (in English)..........Wagner
Florence Easton, Soprano Margarete Matzenauer, Contralto Riccardo Martin, Tenor Carl Schlegel, Baritone Rollin Pease, Bass
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra The University Choral Union Frederick Stock, Conductor
SCHEDULE OF PRICES
Course Tickets for the six Festival concerts may be ordered by mail on the basis of the following schedule. All orders, with remittance to cover, received not later than five o'clock Thursday, March 16, will be filled in advance in the order of receipt, as near as possible to location requested. Unless fee for registration is enclosed with order, tickets will be sent out by ordinary mail, at patron's risk, about March 20.
ADVANCE SALE--All tickets not reserved by subscribers of record to "Patrons' Tickets" will be divided into Blocks as follows:--
BLOCK "A"--Price $7.00 (if Festival Coupon is returned, $4.00). Remaining seats in three middle sections (2-3-4) on the Main Floor and the first ten rows in the First Balcony.
BLOCK "B"--Price $6.00 (if Festival Coupon is returned, $3.00). Two side sections (1 and 5) on the Main Floor and the last five rows in the First Balcony.
BLOCK "C"Price $5.00 (if Festival Coupon is returned, $2.00). Entire Front Second Balcony and first ten rows in Second Balcony Rear.
BLOCK "D"--Price $4.50 (if Festival Coupon is returned, $1.50). Last seven rows of Se.cond Balcony Rear.
All orders will be filed in the order of receipt and tickets will be selected in exactly the same order, in the several blocks. If the seats in any block become exhausted, seats will be selected in the following block and the difference in price will be refunded.
The management will assume no responsibility for errors made in connection with orders written illegibly or resulting from telephone or other conversations. Please write briefly and plainly and be as definite as possible.
PUBLIC SALE--On Saturday, March 18, all seats not taken by mail orders will be placed on public sale, at the University School of Music Building, on Maynard Street.
Make all remittances payable to
CHARLES A. SINK, SECRETARY, UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC,
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.
(A More Detailed Announcement will be Issued Later)