BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA TO BEGIN SANDERS CONCERTS

Borovsky Scheduled as Soloist in Varied Program This Evening

The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give the first of its annual series of concerts at Sanders Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock, under the leadership of M. Serge Koussevitzky. Alexander Borovsky, noted pianist, will be the soloist. Single tickets for the performance may be obtained at the University Book Store. The remaining concerts in the series will be given on February 5, 26, March 19, April 2 and 30. The program is as follows.

Haydn--Symphony in B major.

Litzt Planoforte Concerto in to flat. No. 2.

Debussy Two Nocturnes:

(a) Nuages.

(b) Fetes.

Strauss--"Till Eulensplegel's Merry Pranks", in Rondo Form, Op, 28.