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Fifth and last orchestral trip next week. There will be no public rehearsal and concert on Friday afternoon and Saturday evening, March nineteenth and twentieth

Eighteenth Rehearsal and Concert

FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 26, at 2.30 o'clock

SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 27, at 8 o'clock

PROGRAMME Borodosa - - - - - . Symphony in B minor, No. 2 Beethoven . - . Three Songs with Orchestra

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Reger . - - Four Tone Poems for Orchestra (after Boecklin) (First time in Boston)

Brahms . - - . Three Songs with Orchestra

a. Immer leiser wird mein Schlummer
b. Wir wandelten, wir Zwei
c. Auf dem Kirchhofe

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Weber . - • - - . Overture to the opera, “Oberon’

SOLOIST
ELENA GERHARDT

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THE CAST BRUNNHILDE - - - - Mme. GADSKI ERDA - - - Mme. SCHUMANN-HEINK WALDWOGEL - - Mme. ALMA GLUCK MIME - - - - Mr. ALBERT REISS

THE WANDERER

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Mr. CLARENCE WHITEHILL

ALBERIC - - - Mr. OTTO GORITZ FAFNER - - - - Mr. BASIL RUYSDAEL SIEGFRIED - - - JOHANNES SEMBACH

Mr. ALFRED HERTZ, Conductor,

with an augmented orchestra from the Metropolitan Opera House,

New York.

The price of seats to subscribers will be $2.50 and $2.00; Boxes, seating six, will be $40., $35., $30. Subscriptions will be received now and until April 1st, and will be filled at above prices in the order of their receipt. After April 1st, the unsold seats will be offered to the General Public at $3.00 and $2.50. In order to perfect the acoustics, a large shell or sound-board will be built. Orders should be sent, and checks should be made payable to M. STEINERT & SONS CO., Steinert Hall, Boston, Mass.

S. KRONBERG - - - General Manager

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STEINERT HALL
TUESDAY EVENING, MARCH 16, at 8.15
FOURTH AND LAST CONCERT

THEKNEISELQUARTET

Program—Quartet in A minor, Op. 51, No. 2, Brahms—Sextet in D minor, Op. 4, for two Violins, two Violas, and two Violoncellos (Verklärte Nacht), First time in Boston, Arnold Schönberg–Quintet in C major, for two Violins, Viola, and two

Violoncellos, Boccherini.

Mr. SAMUEL GARDNER, Viola
Mr. HYMAN EISENBERG, Wioloncello
Assisting

Tickets, $1.50, $1.00, and 75c., Symphony and Steinert Halls

STEINERT HALL, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22, AT 3.30

RECITAL BY VIOLINIST Mr. JOHN CRAIG KELLEY, Accompanist PROGRAM I. Sonata in G minor - - - Tartini III. a. Romance, Op. 42 - - . Bruch II. a. Sarabauck b. Hungarian Dance, No. 7 Brahms-Joachim uble from Sonata No. 2 in B minor Bach c. Cavatina - - - - ui urrée d. Mazourka - - - Zarzycki (for Violin alone) IV. a. Romance - - - - Bron b. Romance in F - - . Beethove . Havanaise - - - Saint-Saëns

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Tickets, $1.50, $1.00, and 75 cents, may be obtained at Steinert Hall, or by mail (cheques to E. S. Porter) (Telephone, Oxford 1330). Management, Miss E. S. PORTER.

STEINERT HALL, MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 22, AT 8.15 CONCERT by the

Carolyn Belcher String Quartet CAROLYN BELCHER, First Violin ANNA EICHHORN, Second Violin SARA CORBETT, Viola CHARLOTTE WHITE, Violoncello Assisted by ALBERT SAND, Clarinet PROGRAM DVORAK Quartet in E-flat major BRAHMS Quintet in B minor HAYDN Quartet in D major. Op. 64, No. 5 for clarinet and strings

Reserved seats, $1.00, 75c., 50c. Tickets are now on sale at the Hall.

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SYMPHONY HALL 5 FRIDAY EVENINGS 5. SATURDAY AFTERNOONS BEGINNING FEBRUARY 26-27

Two Courses Exactly Alike

Exquisite Color Views Wonderful Motion Pictures ALL NEW

WAR CAPITALS, March 12-13 HOLY LAND, March 19-20 EGYPT, March 26-27

Seats, $1.00, 75c., and 50c.
25c. Day of Lecture

THE CECILIA SOCIETY
(Dr. ARTHUR MEES, Conductor)
SECOND CONCERT, MARCH 18, 1915, IN JORDAN HALL

PROGRAM - §a - - - - CESAR FRANCK oš Nova { - - DI LASSO MAD FIRE RIDER . . . . . . . . HUGO WOLF FROM A BYGONE DAY . . . . . . . Arr. OSGOOD WILD BRIER . . . . . . . . . . LANG PAN . . . . . . . . . . . BOUGHTON ANNIE LAURIE . . . . . . . . Arr. BANTOCK WYNKEN, BLYNKEN AND NOD . . . . . . NEVIN SALAMALEIKUM . . . . . . . CORNELIUS Soloist: Mr. ROBERT MAITLAND OF NEW YORK

Of especial importance is the appearance of Mr. Maitland, a Lieder and Oratorio baritone of international reputation, but with whom the Boston public is scarcely acquainted. Tickets at $1.50, $1.00, and 50c., now on sale at the Box Office, Symphony Hall, and Thompson's Music Store, 2 B Park Street; also at Jordan Hall on the evening of the performance.

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SYMPHONY HALL SUNDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 14, 1915, at 330

JOINT CONCERT

The Distinguished Soprano

Beatrice Harrison

The Celebrated Violoncellist

PROGRAMME

I. (a) Heiss mich nicht reden (b) Auf dem Wasser zu singen

(c) Im Abendrot f - - SCHUBERT (d) Gretchen am Spinnrade | (e) Der Musensohn MISS Gohardt (a) Sonatad. G minor - ... . - - - HANDEL Åio, Sarabande. Allegro. (b) Prelude in C major - - - - - - BACH (for 'Cello Solo) MISS HARRISON III. (a) The Bitterness of Love (b) Ecstasy - - - - - RUMMEL (c) O Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me - - - HANDEL (d) A Pastorale - - - - - - - CAREY MISS GFRHARDt o #: - - - - - WAGNER-BECKER (b) Liebeslie (c) #: - - - - - - KREISLER

MISS HARRISON

(a) Gesang Weyla's (b) Ihr jungen Leute | (c) Nein junger Herr) - - - - - - WOLF (d) Die Zigeunerin (e) Erist's

MISS GERHARDT

Mr. RICHARD EPSTEIN Accompanist
STEINWAY PIANO USED
Tickets, 50c., $1, $1.50, and $2, on sale at Box Office

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