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FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1928

THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

PAETHREEB

PROGRAM FOR CONCERT SERIES IS ANNOUNCED

FAMOUS ARTISTS SCHEDULED
TO APPEAR HERE
NEXT YEAR
MARKS FIFTIETH SEASON
Rosa Ponselle, Dramatic Soprano,
Abelita Galli-Curci, Coloratura So-
prano, Vladimir Rorowitz, Pianist,
Fritz Kreisler, Violinist, Roland
Hayes, Negro tenor, Sergei Rach-
maninoff, Pianist, Yelly D'Aranyi,
Violinist, The Prague Teacher
Chorus, The Flonzaely Quartet, and
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra in
two appearances, with Alfred Hertz
as guest conductor at one of them,
will participate in next season's
Choral Union concert series at Hill
Auditorium, according to announce-
ments made yesterday by the Board
of. Directors of the University Musical
Society.
In commemoration of the nftiethl
season of Choral Union concerts, the
Board of Directors have authorized.
a monumental series of concerts
worthy of celebrating the Semi-cen-
tenary anniversary of the society's

continuous activities. In order to
mark the society's unbroken record
of a half a century and indicating a
future of still greater effort, the Semi-
centenary series will be enlarged to
ten concerts, combining into one course
the regular Choral Union and the
Extra Concerts which have been giv-
en in the past. The Extra Series as
an independent course will be dis-
continued. The Semi-Centenary at-
tractions announced will be heard in
the following order:
Rosa Ponselle, recognized as the
outstanding operatic, dramatic so-
prano of the day, will be heard in re-
cital on October 10.
Amelita Galll-Curei, recognized
throughout the world of music by
critics and laymen alike, as the pre-
dominant exponent of colorature
singing with a group of assisting
artists will appear in a song recital
October 22.
Vladiumir Horowitz, the distinguish-
ed Russian pianist, will appear in
Ann Arbor for the first time, Novem-
ber 12, as soloist with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra under the baton
of Victor Kolar.

The Flonzaley String Quartet after
twenty five-years of continuous suc-
cess will make a final tour next sea-
son and will say farewell to Ann
Arbor in a concert on November 23.
Fritz Kreisler, the "King of Violin-
ists," recognized throughout the
world of music as the greatest of
them all, will give a recital Dec. 13.
Roland Hayes, the world's outstand-
ing Negro tenor, will give a recital on
January 18.
The Prague Teachers' Chorus, after
many years' negotiation will be
brought to this country by a special
committee of Czechoslovaian Ameri-
cans for a limited number of con-
certs, one of which will be heard in
Ann Arbor on January 24.
Sergei Rachmaninoff, will appear
in piano recital on February 13, and
Yelly D'Aranyi, the noted Hungarian
woman violinist, will be here Feb-
ruary 20.

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