At 8.15 o'clock tonight in Paine Hall in the Music Building Georges Enesco will give a violin recital under the auspices of the Division of Music and of the Fine Arts. The celebrated Rumanian musician, who will be accompanied by Sanford Schlussel, will give four informal talks, on April 15, 22, 29, and May 6, in which he will tell of his experiences in the field of music and his reminiscences of associations with such well-known masters as Massenel, Farre, Gedalge, and Debussy.
Enesco, whose compositions are known throughout Europe, graduated from the Paris Conservatory with highest honors in violin playing. He has appeared in Boston as a soloist and as conductor of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Plays Modern Pieces
The program for tonight's concert is made up of: Concerto in C major by Vivaldi-Kreisler, Concert Piece in A major by Saint-Saens, Sonata in D minor by Brahms. Berceuse by F. Faure, Bagatelle by Scarlatesco, Chaconne by Vitali, and Tzigane by Ravel.
Enesco's appearance is made possible by funds left to the Division of Music in the will of H. A. Lamb to provide for annual concerts by foreign artists.
Tickets for the concert, priced at $2.00, $1.50, and $1.00, are now on sale at Amee Brothers' Bookstore, 21 Brattle Street.