TO GIVE WHITING CONCERT

To Take Place in Paine Concert Hall at 8.15 Tomorrow--Selections From Earlier Composers to Be Included

The first of a series of five expositions of classical and modern chamber music by Mr. Arthur Whiting will be given tomorrow night at 8.15 o'clock in the John Knowles Paine Concert Hall of the Music Building. Mr. Whiting will be assisted by Miss Lorraine Wyman, the well-known soprano, and Mr. George Barrere, the celebrated flutist of the New York Symphony Orchestra, who has been associated with Mr. Whiting in these concerts for 11 years.

The program will consist of selections from the earlier composers--Bach, Gluck, Handel, and Scarlatti, and two groups of songs by Miss Wyman. The first group is a collection of old English ballads, while the second group consists of "chansons populaires", old French songs of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.