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NOTED ROUMANIAN TO PLAY

Georges Enesco, Balkan Composer, at First Paine Hall Concert

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On next Tuesday, September 30, at 8.15 o'clock in Paine Concert Hall, the first of the Chamber concerts, given through the generosity and interest of Mrs. Frederic Shurtleff Coolidge, will be held. It will be one of the best opportunities of the year for music lovers of the University to indulge their taste.

Georges Enesco will play three sonatas, one by Brahms, one by Back, and one by himself, accompanied on the piano by Sigismond Stojowzki. Georges Enesco is one of the most famous of the modern Roumanian composers and one of the world's foremost violinists. Sigismond Stojowzki is an equally well known artist at the piano.

There will be no admission charge. Seats will be reserved for officers and students of the University and their families, and for officers and students of Radcliffe and their families, until eight o'clock. After that time the public will be admitted.

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