The third concert in Cambridge by the Boston symphony Orchestra will be given in Sanders theatre on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. Ernest Henry Schelling, pianist and composer, will be the soloist. Mr. Schelling has studied under Mathias in Paris, under Moszkowski in Berlin, and under Paderewski in Switzerland.
The other concerts of the series will be given on Thursday evenings, January 11, February 1, February 22, March 22 and April 6., Tickets for each concert are on sale at $1 at George h. Kent's University Bookstore.
The following program will be given on next Thursday:
1. Haydn, Symphony in C-minor.
2. Smetana, symphonic Poem, "Wallenstein's Camp."
3. Liszt, Concerto in A-major; No. 2 for pianoforte and orchestra.
4. Berlioz. Overture to "The Corsair," O. 21.