Four concerts have been planned for the Glee Club on its annual spring trip to New York, which will start Thursday, when 63 men will embark on the boat in time to arrive for the first concert on Friday night.
The first two recitals will be held with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the selections being sung coming from the "Faust" symphony of Liszt. The Brooklyn Academy of Music will be the scene of the first appearance Friday, and on Saturday afternoon they will sing at Carnegie Hall.
Concert with Radcliffe
Principal event on the schedule is a joint performance with the Radcliffe Choral Society at Town Hall at New York, on Saturday evening. A chorus of 130 will render seven selections. The Principal one will be "Tarantella; Mater, Ades", from Ovid's "Fasti", by Elliott Carter '30. This will be the first time that it has ever been performed. Other selections include part of Schubert's "Valses Nobles", "Of Doming Jean Christe" by Josquin des Pres, and the first American performance of "Two Religious songs", by a Spanlarn, Antonio do Cahezon.