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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1930

THE MICHIGAN

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CHARLES A. SINK, PRESIDENT

EARL V. MOORE, MUSICAL DIRECTOR

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CLARE CLAIRBERT
She will be heard for the first time
in America this fall singing a few
appearances with the San Francisco
Opera Company late in September,
after which she will come East for a
limited number of song recitals. Her
Ann Arbor concert will be among
the very first.
BERNARDINO
MOLINARI
the eminent Italian orchestra leader,
whose conducting both in his native
land and with the New York Phil-
harmonic-Symphony Orchestra has
made him a magnet for the most
flattering encomiums, of music critics
the world over, will appear for the
first time in Ann Arbor when he
presides over Mr. Gabrilowitsch's
orchestra as guest conductor.
ALEXANDER
BRAILOWSKY
is one of the few outstanding pianists
never before heard in Ann Arbor.
He is a Russian virtuoso who has
conquered Europe and has triumphed
in America. Olin Downes in the
New York Times said: "He is a
born pianist"
SERGE JAROFF
Conductor, is a dynamic personality,
He dominates this body of Soldier
Horsemen and has made its artistry
a world wide success.
THE DON COSSACKS
known as the "Horsemen of the
Steppes"nare thirty-six in number, all
former officers in the Russian Im-
perial Army, now expatriates.

JOSE ITURBI
a foremost Spanish pianist was born
in Valencia, in 1895. Despite his
youth, he has won a prominent place
in the first rank of contemporary
pianists. 'He studied in the Con-
servatory of -his native city and at
the age of thirteen won first prize.
He went to Barcelona and studied

First Concert
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 8:15 O'CLOCK
AUSTRIAN "KING OF VIOLINISTS"
SecOnd Concert
FRIDAY, OCTOBE R 31, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Clare Clairbert
BELGIAN COLORATURA SOPRANO
Third Concert
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Alexand er railowsky
RUSSIAN PIANIST OF DYNAMIC POWERS
Fourth Concert
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 8:15 O'CLOCK
D)on Cssck Gliorus
SERGE JAROFF, Conductor
THE HORSEMEN OF THE STEPPES
Fifth Concert

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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Detroit Symphony
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#OSSIP GABRILOWITSCII, Conductor
Sixth Concert
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Jose Iturbi
SPAIN'S MOST DISTINGUISHED PIANIST
Seventh Concert
MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Detroit ymp my
Ochstra
BERNARDINO MOLINARI, Guest Conductor
Eghth Concert
TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 8:15 O'CLOCK
AlIbert Spalduing
t t CELEBRATED AMERICAN VIOLINIST
Ninth Concert
MONDAY, -FEBRUARY 2, 8:15 O'CLOCK
WORLD'S MOST RENOWNED NEGRO BARITONE
Tenth Concert
TUESDAY, -FEBRUARY 10, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Sergei Rachmaninoff
EMINENT RUSSIAN PIANIST-COMPOSER
ALL CONCERTS BEGIN AT 8:15 P. M. SHARP Eastern Standard Time

FRITZ KREISLER
No violinist of our time has equalled
this great virtuoso in his hold upon
the public and none has won and
maintained that hold by clearer de-
serts or higher qualities. As person-
ality, as musician and as violinist, he
wins his vast and varied public.
Quickly his audience perceives and
feels the fineness, the poise, and the
power of his personality.
SERGEI
RACHMANINOFF
s a trinity artist and has obtained
musical immortality as virtuoso, com-
poser and conductor. His reputation
as a virtuoso was preceded in Amer-
ica by the frequent appearance of
his name on concert -programs as a
composer of sound ability, In*Amer
ica audiences flock to his recitals no
matter how frequently they may be
given in the same city.
OSSIP
GABRILOWITSCH
the masterful conductor, has won the
gratitude of musicians and laymen
alike. Everyone interested in the
cultural life of the land recognizes
and appreciates his generous and
effective contributions. Seldom has
such pronounced musical abilities as
piano virtuoso and as conductor
been found in a single individual.
ALBERT SPALDING
on both sides of the Atlantic is
acknowledged to be one of the
greatest violinists in the world today.
His time is divided between concert
tours in Europe and America. He
was born in Chicago, and studied in
New York, Florence and Bologna.
He made his debut with Adelina
Patti in Paris.

PAUL ROBESON
the distinguished Negro baritone, is
an artist of whom the whole country
may be proud. He stands out as

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