The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give its first concert of the season in Cambridge at 8 o'clock this evening in Sanders Theatre. The soloist for the occasion is Madeline d'Espinoy Colonne. Tickets for tonight's performance are on sale at the University Bookstore. Cambridge, where season tickets may also be secured at $10 each.
The program for tonight includes the following pieces :
Dvorak, Symphony in F. major, number 3, Op. 76.
Baband, "La Procession Necturne", Symphonic Poem (after Lenan).
Gluck, "Song of the Nymph", from "Armide".
Berlioz, Songs with Orchestra, "Une Nuit d'Ete" (Theophile Gauthier): (a) "Absence", (b) "Villanelle".
Wagner, "Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg".