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September 22, 1927 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-09-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FORTY-NINTH

ANNUAL SERIES

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17HE forty-ninth annual Choral Union Concert Series brings to Ann ,Arbor a group of world re-
nowned artists' the equal of which is seldomn seen within such a short period of time. The series
offers a wide variety of concerts by artists and org anizations whose work has put them in the, front
rank of great performers. Each concert offers the ultimnate in artistry, and in entertainment, and assure
the success of the serics. ,.

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CHORAL UNION CONCERT SERIES

EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director

New York Symphony Orchestra
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SCHED)ULE OF PRICES
Each season ticket contains a. special coupon good for THI1i1EIi DOLLA RS when.
exchanged for a course May Festival ticket in accordance with a schedule to he
announced.
31ALL ORD)ERS
Tickets ordered by mail will be selected in the order of receipt and will be nailed
out about September 26 at purchaser's risk, unless additional fee of 17c for registration
is enclosed. If the tickets in any block become exhausted remaining orders will be
filled from the next following block.
BLOCK "A"-$7.00 (Patron's Tickets). All seats in Sections 2. 3 and 4 (three
center sections) on Main Floor and in Sections 7, 8 and 9 (three center sections) in the
First Balcony, from front to rear inclusive, are included in what are knzown ais "Patron's
Tickets." Purchasers of these seats are entitled to the privilege of retaiining the save
seat locations for the May Festival provided they make theC necessary rescervations in
accordlance with regulations to be announced later.
BLOCK "B"--$6.00. All seats in Sections 1 and 5 on the Main Filoor and ill Sections
6 an(d 10 in the First Balcony, front to rear inclusive.
BLOCK "C"'-$5.50. All seats in the Second Balcony.
PUBLIC SALE
On Monday, September 26, at 8: 30 o'clock in the morning all unsold season ticket.
will he placed on public sale at the office of the University S'chool of Music, Maynard
S~treet, at the above prices.
On andI after Saturday. October 1, remaining tickets will be offered for single con-
certs at $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 each, at the University School of Music.
Send remittances to Charles A. Sink, President.

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University School of Music
Ann Arbor. Mich.

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