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September 20, 1927 - Image 12

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THE. MICI 1IGAN DAILY''

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" iE forty-ninth annual Choral Union Concert S eries brings to Ann Arbor a group of world re-
rown.ed artists the equal of which is 'seldomn seen within such a short period of L e The series
offers a wide variety of concerts by artists and organizations whose work has put them in the ,front
uank of great~ performers. Each concert 'Offers the ultimate in artistry, and in entertainmnent, and assures
the success of the series.

GUYxM IER

WALTER

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LEE PATT
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CHORAL UNION CONCERT SERIES

EARIL V. MOOR E, Musical Director

New York Symphony Orchestra
FEB U R Y1

S('11IIEDULE 0OF1VPRCES
Each season ticket containis a special coup~on good for TllRPE DOLLARS when.
exchanged for .a course May Festival ticket in accor'danice with a schedule to be
annouinced.
Tickets or'dered by sniail wil be selected in theorder' of r'eceipt nid wil be mailed
out about Sep~tembe]r 20 at purehaser's risk, unless additional fee of 17c for regis! i'ation
is enclosed. If 'the tickets in any bloc k become exhausted remlaining orders will be
filled from t he inext following block.
BLOCK "'A"-$7.00 (Patron's Tickets). All seats in Sections 2, 3 n44m (thre
cen1ter sections) oni Main Floor and in Sections 7, 8 andl 9 (three center sect ions) in 'i he.
l'irst. Balcony, from frost to rear incelusive, are iilclu0,,(I i'i Wha't a'e"( wi s"Ptrn
i kt s." l'urchtasers of th esee seats are entitied 1t he l pri\ il-eg 'of . tli Ltre.es l c t o s f r t e M y F siv l p o i e h y m ee 'the y ining hu e i aw9e
accordlance xvi, regulations to be- announced later.
BLOCIK "1:1"-$6.00. All seats in Sections 1 and 5 on the Main Floor and ill Sections
0 and 10 in the First Balcony, fronit to rear inclusive.
BLOCK "C''-$5.50. All seats in the Second Balcony.
1IFIi 'SALE
Onl Monday, Septembewr 20, at 8: 30 o'clock in the morning all untisold season tLice;
wil be placed on pub~lic sale at the orflice of the University :'drool of Music, Macyna'rd
Street, at the above prices.
Oni and after Saturday, October 1, remaining Itickets will be offered for siiurile con -
certs at $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 each, at the University School of ?Music.
Send remittances to Chiarles A. Sik, President.

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JOEF
SUPREME PIANIST
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University School of Music

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