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April 08, 1936 - Image 6

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AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SCIX
CONCERTS

May

13,14,15,16

FOUR
DAYS

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THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA

LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, Conductor

SAUL CASTON and CHARLES O'CONNELL, Associate Conductors

THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION
EARL V. MOORE, Conductor
THE YOUNG PEOPLES CHORUS
JUVA HIGBEE, Conductor

JULIUS HUEHN, Metropolitan
Opera Baritone, in local debut.

PAUL ALTHOUSE,
Metropolitan Opera Tenor

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Soloists

Choral Works

A

LILY PONS

Soprano

CARACTACUS.
MANZONI REQUIEM

ELGAR
VERDI

JEANNETTE VREELAND Soprano

ROSE BAMPTON .

Contralto

CHILDREN AT BETHLEHEM
PIERNE
SCHEDULE OF CONCERTS

GIOVANNI MARTINELLI . Tenor

PAUL ALTHOUSE
KEITH FALKNER
JULIUS HUEHN.
EFREM ZIMBALIST.
HAROLD BAUER.

. Tenor
Baritone
Baritone
Violinist
Pianist
Organist

I. WEDNESDAY.
II. THURSDAY.
III. FRIDAY
IV. FRIDAY.
V. SATURDAY.
VI. SATURDAY.

8:30 P.M.

8:30 P.M.
2:30 P.M.
8:30 P.M.
2:30 P.M.
8:30 P.M.

PALMER

CHRISTIAN

LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI, will lead the Philadelphia Orchestfa.

LILY PONS, Soprano, who will be heard Friday evening.

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HAROLD BAUER,
Pianist

KEITH FALKNER,
English Baritone

JEANNETTE VREELAND,
Soprano

EFREM ZIMBALIST,
Violinist

ROSE BAMPTON, Contralto,
who will sing in Verdi's Requiem.

Michigan's Greatest
Musical Event!

TICKET SCHEDULE
Season Tickets - Six Concerts - $6. - $7. - $8.
(If Festival Coupon from Season Choral Union Ticket is returned, the
prices are reduced to $3. - $4. - $5.)
ORDERS FOR TICKETS, with remittance to cover, will be filed and
selections will be made in sequence. Tickets will be mailed out about
May 1, at purchasers' risks, unless additional fee of 18 cents for regis-
accompanies order. Please address CHARLES A. SINK, Pres.
Over-the-Counter Sale

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