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September 19, 1939 - Image 17

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Sixty-First Annual Series 1939-1940

Tuesday, October 24
SERGEI RACHMANINOFF......Pianist
Monday, November 6
FRITZ KREISLER............Violinist
Monday, November 13
ALEXANDER KIPNIS............Bass
Monday, November 27
NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC-
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
JOHN BARBIROLLI, Conductor
Monday, December 4
JUSSI BJOERLING.......Tenor
Thursday, December 14
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Conductor
Monday, January 15
KIRSTEN FLAGSTAD Soprano
Thursday, January 25
ROBERT VI ROVAI......Violinist
Wednesday, February 14
BARTLETT and ROBERTSON ... Pianists
Wednesday,' March 6
ARTUR RUBINSTEIN ... Pianist

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FRITZ KREISLER

THE CHORAL. UNION CONCERT SERIES were inaugu-
rated in the year 1879. These concerts have always
represented the finest musical accomplishments of
their day. The artists appearing in this year's
concerts are well qualified to carry on the high
traditions of the past Choral Union Series.

THE, CHORAL UNION CONCERT SERIES have been
held in Hill Auditorium since the year 1913. This
auditorium, a gift from a loyal son of Michigan,
Arthur Hill, is one of the finest auditoriums in
the country for musical presentation.

BARTLETT and -ROBERTSON

SEASON TICKETS... 12 -s10 - 8-6
Please make remittances payable to University Musical
Society, and mail to Charles A. Sink, President, School
of Music, Ann Arbor.
MAIL ORDERS filled in advance in sequence.
OVER-THE-COUNTER SALE
of unordered tickets to be announced later.

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