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The World's Greatest
Artists and Organizaions
FIVE OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCES
The Extra Concert Series for 1927-1928 bids fair
any group of concerts previously given in this series.
artists are all internationally famous and in the very
of their art. Each concert, each number offered by these great
gerformers is a masterpiece of alluring and perfect artistry. The
whole series is ideally balanced, not only as to variety of concerts
but also as to new and old friends of Ann Arbor audiences.
The organizations appearing in the Extra Concert Series for
1927-1928 are supreme among similar groups. All offer
inspiring programs, each number of which is worked out with the
finesse and delicate skill that distinguishes the great conductor.
There is no overlapping in the series. Each concert presents an
entire change in personnel, providing interesting' contrasts from
the concert preceding. It is a series which can only be referred to
in the superlative.
ADOLFO BETTI, First Violin
ALFRED POCHON, Second Violin
NICHOLAS MOLDOVAN, Viola
IWAN D'ARCHAMBEAU, Cello
NOV E M B E R
PRICE SCHEDULE EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director
Mail orders wil' be selected in advance in the order of receipt
and will be mailed out about September 26, at purchaser's risk
unless additional fee of 17c for registration is enclosed. Tickets
for this course are sold entirely independent of the Choral Union
Series and do NOT contain Festival Coupons. If the tickets in
any block become exhausted remaining orders will be filled from
the next following block.
BLOCK "A," $5,00-Sections 2, 3 and 4 (three center sections)
on the Main Floor, and Sections 7, 8 and 9 in the First Balcony,
front to rear, inclusive.
oLOCK 13," $4.00-All seats in Sections 1 and 5 on the Main
Floor and in Scctions 6 and 10 in the First Balcony, front to
BLOCK "C," $3.00-Second Balcony.
-On Monlay, Se ember 26, at 8:30 o'clock in the morning, all
unsold season tick, ts will be placed on sale at the office of the
University School (t lusic, Maynard Street, at the above prices.
On and alter Monday, October 24, remaining tickets will be
offered for single concerts at $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 each.
Address all orders to Charles A- Sink, President.
University School of Music
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