The eighth of a series of concerts which the Boston Symphony Orchestra is giving in Sanders Theatre will come at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. The soloist will be Alexander Siloti, a pupil of Liszt, who is making his first visit to the United States in a number of years. He will play, with the orchestra, Lisst's Dance of Death", which is based on the "Dies Irae". Mr. Pierre Monteaux will also conduct the First Symphony of Brahms, movements from Franck's "Psyche", and "The Russian Easter", an overture of Rimsky-Korsakoff.
SYMPHONY TO PLAY AT SANDERS
Eighth of the Series to be Given at 8 o'Clock
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