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Symphony Gives Concert Tonight

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra, which--will give its second Sanders Theatre concert of the season this evening at 8 o'clock will have for its soloist, Mr. Roland Hayes, the negro tenor who recently returned from the second of two successful concert tours abroad.

In Europe he sang in Paris, Vienna, Rome, and Berlin. In addition to a regular concert in London, he sang for King George at the latter's special request. He is a graduate of Fisk University near Nashville, Tennessee, and trained his voice in Boston under the instruction of Mr. Arthur Hubbard.

Mr. Pierre Monteux, who is conducting the orchestra for his fifth and last season, will lead.

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