Jordan Hall, Tuesday evening, Mme. Eva Gauthier, well known as intelligent artist and especially as interpreter of modern songs, in a program ranging from Bellini to Irving Berlin. Mme. Gauthier is only now receiving appreciation she has long deserved as a singer who is also a thorough artist.

Thursday evening in the same hall, a recital by Carl Pawlowski, Russian pianist. He will play the inevitable "Sonata Appassionata".

Sunday afternoon in the Opera House a recital by Fritz Kreisler surpassed by no living violinist.

The same afternoon in Symphony Hall Roland Hayes, the negro tenor, in his final concert of the season. Mr. Hayes had to be recognized in Europe as an artistic singer before his countrymen appreciated his work.