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Best Talent Available as Been Se-
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(By S. B. C.)
This year's May Festival, May 18
to 21, presents a collection of artists
and programs which combine to make
it a climax to Dr. A. A. Stanley's 33
years of kservice as director of the
University School of Music.
To begin with the cast of soloists
is such as has never before been as-
sembled at any festival. Many of
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them have never been heard in Ann
Arbor, while others are old favorites.
No expense has been spared in get-
ting the best talent available.
Among the sopranos is the famous
Lucrezia Bori, who has made. such an
enviable record with the Metropolitan
Opera company. Rosa Ponselle, a.
young American of Italian extraction,
whose career was made almost in a'
night when she made her debut in
New York two seasons ago, has main-
tained her position in the face of the
keenest competition. Florence Hinkle,
recognized as one ' of the country's
greatest oratorio singers, will also be
Leading Contraltos Participate
Two of the country's leading con-
traltos will participate. Cyrena Van-
Gordan of the Chicago Opera com-
panfy has already made the high cali-
ber of her work known to Ann Arbor
audiences by her, appearance lately
with the Detroit Symphony orches-
tra. Merle Alcock, a renowned ora-
torio singer, will sing in the "Elijah."
Charles Marshall, whose operatic
debut in Chicago is comparable) to
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