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THE MICHIGAN DAILY _________

1 erica, M ascagni's "Piccolo M arat" and rSZ al N t : sc ed o h r ri m s :j :J n v i o I
-iand Rio de Janeiro.t
ia-rillo 4Glgli, Tenor Press criticisms in New York have
.o Gigli, wbo will be soloist seconded the lopualar enthusiasm for.
aicago Symphony orchestra,, Gigli follow, ing his recent :Metropolitan
May festival concert, May appearances in "Meiistofele," "Andrea
rn at Recanati, Italy, fli Chenier," "Traviata", ".Cavalleria Rus-
ng the years which inter- tic'ia,"Pgici" LTBhm"
een that. date and 1920 -Rigoletto' andl "La Tosca'. During
-Casazza engaged him for 'the closing :Metropolitan season, Gig-,
s at the M1etropolitan, Gi- i l~as dralwn th'_rongs to hear himt in'
musical fame was rapidi revivals~ of "Africana", "Le Roi d'Ys",
ow generally accounted the,-Ronmed et Julelte", and C atalin i's
align operatic tenor before "Lore1ey"',iin addiion to his standard,
repertory. Ehis youth, his sup~erb voice
;aruso, Gigli's vocal powers antid1uusual histronic talent are pro-
:ted attention in church phetic of a long distinguished career l
or ten years he sang in for the young Italian. GiglN's appear-_
of the largest church in ante with M1r. Stock's orchestra will l
which his father was sex- be his first concert in this kart of the;
lly rising to chief soloist country and is therefore something of.
ig wide admiration by the an1 event. lHe Las :;elected for his
is tenor voice. Professor numbers the "Cielo e mar" from "L1a
e Rome conservatory, was Gioconda", the beautiful air, "Vain-i
Loler and under himt the! nent, a bien aimnee" from Lalo's "te
progressed so rapidly that
.s debut as Enzo in "La1 -_____________
at. Venice when only 24'
On this occasion he was Safr niest
with enthusiasm and hisStnodUiesy
immediately spread California
Italy. I S;; zrtter Qtzaici', 192 3
uropean reputation was1
dished by appearances in Tuesday, 19 June, to Saturday,
mo, Bologna, the Constan- 1 SeptembierI
the San Carlos at Naples'
reat La Scala at Milan. Second half' begins 26 Julny
Boito festival in 1918, Gigli j Opportunities to work for 1.
d by Arturo Toscanini's higher dlegrees and the A. B.,
to sing the part of Faust degree in the oceanic climate of
fele." Shortly, after this,. the San Fracsoncisco peninzsuia.
elected him to create the Courses in the regular aca-
in his "Lodoletta." Trem- demic and . scientific brarches, 1
cesses in both these role~ and in law.
Guth American engagemient I Inorm-ation fronm Office 7
s debut was effected a.
,radossi in "La Tosca," tAOI UIE~T
pera in Buenos Aires. S'rub C0elornia
e introduced to- South Amn
Mr: East 1Ender
FI)ENCE, Your Want ABILITY
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Raoi d'Ys" and for his concluding num- 114, in Grand Rapids. M1T. Thomp)son jih in thle auditorium of Harris hall
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the Prize Song from "The Meistersing-! svririty and Thom~pson is .a. mt 'mh ,r ,hich are ,given by the students.
era".! of Sigma Delta Kappa, fraternity.s
Announce Engagemnir 1tolark Guild to Enteiltitin TonightI
Anucuncement has been moads ofE Members of the Hiobar t guild of the
tho marriage of Ida M. Buell, '25, of Episcopal church and their friends U.S. L. STORAGE'
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GUJSTAV ┬░HOLST'

EARL V.

FIRST CONCERT

May 16, .8:00 P.31.,

Benilamino Gigli, Tenor
The University Choral Union
Chicago Sylmphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock, Conductor
March ,from "Thre Queen of
Sheba .......Goldiark
Aria, "Cielo e mar" from
"La Gioconda" .. Ponchielli
Symphony in 1) minor. .Franck
Aria from "L'Roi dl'Ys" ...Lalo
Oriental Suite, "Beni Mora,"
Opus 29, No. 1.......Holst
Aria, "MI'appari" from
"Martha" ............Flotow
,Chorale, "Awake," and Choral
Filnale, from
"Die Meistersinger.... Wagner'

THIRD CON CERT
Friday, 'h1ay 18, 2:30 P. It.
Sa;'Ilme Keenier, Soprano
Arthbur 1raft, Tenor
Mrs. Gxeorge B. Rheaad, Pianist
Chldrens' Festiv'al Chores
Anthoniy JI WaIftuire, Violinist
George Oscar Boweni, Conductor
A Prayer.... ...Peethoven
The Linden.,TreO....Schubert
Aria, "Ali moon of my delight"
.~Lehmann
Nearest andi Dearest
A Streamnlet Full of Flowerst
.aracciolo
X~a'kr'rsNight Son-
. .. ubinstein
\Toce di lri niavera-W al t
.......Strauss
Ave Maria.......... ... Luzzi
Agnus Dei..... .....izet
The Night Wind....... Farley
here are Fairies at the Pottomn
of our Qarden.....Leban
The F alse Prophet.....Scott
Sel ct.ions from "Hansel
and Gretel".H.Jumperdinck

Satui'day, May 1:1, i30"P.1f.
Ernest Scimellh'mg, Pianist
ChIclago Symphony Orelktrtra
Frederick Stock, Conductor
Prelude to "Loreley"...Bpruch
Symphony No. 3 (Rhenish) in B
Flat, Opus 9-67......Schrumann
Lebhaft; Scherzo (s-ir m 5 sig);
Nicht Schnell; Felerlich; Le-
bliaft.
(Transcribed for miodern orches-
tra by 'Mr. Frederick Stock)
Fantastic Sulte, for Piano andt
Orchestra.....Schelling
Allegro marziale; Molto vivace;
Intermezzo; Virginia -eel.

FIFTH CONCERT

ARTISTS
B3EMAMiNO.GIGJJT -- . -Tenor FLOR}IEN'CEMACBETH - -Soprano
Metropolitan Opera Company Chicago .Opera Associationf
MIARE1LE AD)DISON - - -, Contralto ERNEST SCIIELLIN G - - - Pianist
Distinguished American Artist A Master. Virtuoso
ERNA RUBI STEIN ' - -' Violinist JEA. NNE ORDON - - Contralto
HIungarian Violinist Metropolitan Opera :Comnpany
ARTHUR PLAI"T--------Tenor CHARILES XIRSHAL,L -- Tenor
ASplendid' American Sin ger' Chicago Opera Association
SUZANNEJKEENER - - - Soprano CLARE-NCE W11I TRHILL - Baritone
'Metropolitan Opera Company M.1etropolitan Opera Company
GICUO ;PPE DAMSNE - - -.Baritone IhEI SCOTTF --Lass- baritone
Metropol itani Opera Comnpany Mofetropol iton' Opera Comipany
GUSAVCONDUCTORS j.
GUTVIIOLST (Guest Conductor) I.- -

FLORENCE M CBETH,

UAHEN,-EL AHI

EAminent British Comnposer-Con ductor
FREDERICK STOCK
Conductor Chicago Symphony Orchestra
E ARL V. MOORE
Conductor Ulnive rsi ty Choral Union
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
Conductor Children's Festival Chorus
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNtION
350 Singers
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
70 Players
TIIf CIDIEIN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
500 Singers

MABELLE ADDISON.

ERNS, RIBINSTEIN

ERNES T

SECOND CONCERT

FOURTH CONCERT

SIXTH CONCERT

COURSE
TICKETS

Thursday, Mfay 17, 8:00 P. 3i.
lfabelle Addition, Contralto
Erna Rujbinstein, Violinist
Thc University Choral i'onl
Cii cago Symphony Oreetra
Mlrs. George B. Rhead, Pianist
Nr. Erie Delamiarter, Organaist
C'uslav Ifolst, Earl V. 3Moore and
Fredrick Stock Conductors
Choral and Fug-,ue. .BPach-Alert
Tljree selections fromt' Mass,
B minor ...............Bach
"I-Iy11n of Jesus".......Holst

Friday,, Mary 18, 8:00 P..
1iprence MacBetli, Soprano
tAruseppe Daulise, Baritone
The t'niversity Choral itoo
('h kago Symphony Olrkhestra
Frederick ,Stoat, Conductor
Prelude to "Die. Koenigskincler"
... . umperdinck
Credo from " Otello"....... Verdi
Danco Poem "Le Peri". .. Dukas
"Char-'ing Bird" from "Thr
P'earl 0o' Brazil".......David
flomanza from cI"Will iam Tell"
. ....Rossini
Suite f'rom Opera "The Perfect,
Fool"..............Holst
Doll Song from "Ls kme"
.......Delibes

Sctnrtday, May 1-1, S8:00 P.-31.
.Samion and Ieliflh. Saint-Saens

Opera in Three Acts

Still Available at the
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$6.00 - $7.00

CAST

Sanmson ......Chlarles Marshall
Delilah ......... Jeanne Gordon
High Priest... Clarence Whitliill
An 01(1 Hebrew Henri Scott
Abimelech

SUZANNE KEENER

J EANNE ; GORDON

ARTHUR ERAFT

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