Tonight, the second of the 1919-20 series of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Concerts will be given in Sanders Theatre at 8 o'clock. The soloist for this concert will be Vera Janacopulos, soprano. Single tickets may be purchased at Kent's Book Store. The program follows:
Berlioz, "Harold in Italy," Symphony in Four Movements, with viola solo, Op 16.
Solo by Mr. Frederic Denayer. Songs with orchestra.
Moussorgsky, "The Commander," from the "Songs and Dances of Death"; Rimsky-Kousakoff, "Eastern Romance," Chadwick. "The Angel of Death."
Symphonic Poem, Song with Orchestra, Duparc, "Invitation au Voyage." Beethoven, Overture to "King Stephen."
Later concerts will be given on December 18, January 15, February 12, March 4, April 1, and April 22.