Tomorrow evening in Jordan Hall, Miss Lillian Prudden, soprano, will give a program made up chiefly of old airs and of folk-songs of the Hebrides and Czechoslovakia sung in costume. She will be assisted by Miss Katherine Nolan, pianist and organist.

Wednesday evening in the same hall Rulon Y. Robinson, tenor, well known here, and Carlo Sabatini, Viennest violinist, will give a concert of old airs and songs of Bax and Ireland on the one hand and of a Sonata of Haendel, a Concerto of Dvorak and miscellaneous violin pieces, on the other.

Sunday afternoon in Symphony Hall, Mme Schumann-Heink will sing songs of Mozart, Liszt, Schubert, Beethoven and Wagner. To comment on Mme. Schumann-Heink's artistry would be superfluous.