October 29, the Boston Symphony Orchestra will give in Sanders Theatre its 105th concert in Cambrige, the first of this season's series of ten. These concerts will occur Thursday evenings at intervals of about two weeks through the college year.
To students fond of orchestral music of the highest order of excellence the Symphony Orchestra is well known. During the fifteen seasons of its existence this orchestra has acquired a worldwide reputation for excellence in the performance of the world's best music and in the wonderful individual ability of its musicians.
Under the conductorship of Mr. Emil Paur, the orchestra will perform this winter at the concerts in Sanders Theatre the following works, as well as an entire programme of Wagner selections:
Beethoven, Symphony No. 2.
Beethoven, Symphony No. 8.
Schumann, Symphony in C major
Schubert, Symphon in B-flat minor.
Mozart, Symphony in G minor.
Tschaikowsky, Symphony No. 4.
Mendelssohn, Symphony No. 3 "Scotch."
"Midsummer-night's Dream" Music.
Beethoven, Overture, "Coriolanus."
Bizet, Overture, "Benvenuto Cellini."
Berlioz, Entra'acte, "Carmen."
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