In the first in a series of concerts scheduled by the Harvard Music Club for the spring term, Edward Ballantine, associate professor of Music, will give a program of piano compositions this evening in Kirkland House. Subsequent, informal, after-dinner concerts will be presented for the pleasure of House members on the average of three times a week through February, March and April. The Club also plans to present talks by well-known composers, play student works, and give a Bach festival concert group in March.
Ballantine Inaugurates Music Club's Concert Series Tonight
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