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The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give the first of a series of eight concerts in Sanders Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock, under the direction of Max Friedler. Rudolph Ganz will be the soloist. The program will be as follows: Beethoven, Overture to Goethe's "Egmont"; Tschaikowsky, Symphony in B minor, No. 6, "Pathetic"; Liszt, Piano Concerto in A major; Liszt, Symphonic Poem, "Tasso Lamento e Trionfo".
A small number of tickets are on sale at Kent's University Book Store.
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