Complete Series: CCCCV
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor, Michigan
Eakl V. Moors, Musical Director Chari.es A. Sink, Business Manager
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Francis W. Kersey,.....President
Harry B. Hutchins Vice-President
Durand W Springer ----Secretary Levi D. Wines -----Treasurer
G. Frank Allmendinger Junius E. Beal Marion LeRoy Burton James Inglis
Horace G. Prettyman Shirley W. Smith Albert A. Stanley James H. Wade
FORTY-FIFTH SEASON FIFTH CONCERT
No. CCCCV COMPLETE SERIES
RUDOLPH POLK, Violinist FEODOR KOENEMANN, Composer-Pianist
Management: S. H. Hurok, Inc., New York
FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1924, AT EIGHT O'CLOCK
HILL AUDITORIUM, ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
Aus der Heimat............Smetana
Intermission (10 Minutes)
SONNETTE DEL PETRARCA............LlSZt
Valse Caprice........... . Rubinstein
Prize Song i'rom "Die Meistersinger" .... Wagner-Wilhelmj
Souvenir de Moscou...........Wieniawski
The Piano used is a Baldzvin
In accordance with a long established custom, Mr. Chaliapin will announce the numbers which he is to sing from the platform, and the audience will be immeasurably assisted in following him by referring to the song book in which are printed the English texts of all the songs in Mr. Chaliapin's repertoire.
The next Concert in the Choral Union Series will be given by Ernst von Dohnanyi, Pianist, Monday Evening, February ii.
The next Concert in the Extra Concert Series will be given by Mr. and Mrs. Josef Lhevinne, Pianists, Monday Evening, February 18.
The next Concert in the Faculty Twilight Sreies will be given Sunday Afternoon, January 27, at 4:15. The general public, with the exception of children under twelve years of age is invited.
Twilight Organ Recitals will be given each Wednesday afternoon by Palmer Christian, University Organist. The general public with the exception of children under twelve years of age is invited.