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The second of the series of eight Cambridge concerts by the Boston Symphony Orchestra will be given in Sanders Theatre this evening at 8 o'clock. The program will be as follows:
Sibelins, Symphony in A minor No. 4.
Brahms, Concerto in B flat major, No. 2, for pianoforte.
Smetano, Overture, "To the Sold Bride."
Soloist, Miss Ruth Dayo.
The remaining six concerts will take place on Thursday evenings, November 13, December 11, 1913; January 15, February 5, February 26, March 26, and April 23, 1914. Tickets for the whole series at $6.25, or single tickets at $1, may be obtained at Kent's University Bookstore, Harvard square. Special students' tickets, which admit to the gallery over the stage, may be bought at 25 cents each at the box office the night of the concert.
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