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The Symphony Concert.

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A Schumann Concerto brilliantly performed by Madame Bloomfield-Zeisler, and three well-selected orchestral numbers made last night's Symphony concert one of great interest. Tschaikowsky's G minor Suite was especially acceptable, and the last movement, the tema con variaxioni, could not well have been equalled in power of composition and execution.

Mr. George W. Proctor will be the soloist at the next concert on March 12.

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