Concert for Germanic Museum.
The United German Singers' Association, which is composed of the leading German choral societies of Boston and its vicinity, will give a concert for the benefit of the Germanic Museum in Symphony Hall, Boston, tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock. The programme will include choral music and solos from Wagner, Weber, Rheinberger, and a number of other composers. The orchestra will be under the direction of Mr. Gustave Strube, whose "Hymn to Eros" will be rendered for the first time. The soloists will be as follows: Organist, Alois Bartschmid of Boston; pianist, Richard Burmeister of New York; tenor, Karl Doering of Boston: mezzo-soprano, Mme. Isabelle Bouton of New York.
Tickets, at 50 cents, 75 cents, $1.00. $1.50 and $2.00, may be obtained at Steinert and Sons, Boylston street, and J. C. Haynes and Co., 351 Washington street, Boston, at Sever's Bookstore, and at Symphony Hall.