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Third Symphony Concert Tonight.


The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give the third of its series of ten concerts this evening at 7.45 o'clock in Sanders Theatre. The program will be: Overture, "Sakuntala," Goldmark; Concerto in D minor for violincello and orchestra, Saint-Saens; Symphonic poem, "Vysehrad," (No. 1 of the cycle "My Country"), Smetana; Symphony in D Major, No. 2, Beethoven. The soloist will be Mr. Rudolf Krasselt, the new violincellist.

Tickets may be obtained today until 7 o'clock at Sever's, and after 7 at the Auditor's office in Memorial Hall.

The dates of the remaining concerts are: December 17, January 7 and 28, February 11, March 10, and April 2 and 21.

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