Next Wednesday evening at 8.15 o'clock, a unique concert will be given in Sanders Theatre.
The English Singers, a group of three men and three women, will give a concert of Old English motets, madregals, and folk-songs, comprising in all 25 numbers. The singers are unusual in that they perform informally.
Mesdames Flora Mann, Nallie Carson, and Lillian Berger, and Messrs. Norman Stone, Norman Notley, and Cuthbert Kelly comprise the personnel of the company. Among the more familiar numbers which they will sing are "Ispy Celia" and "Now is the month of maying."
The concert, which is free and open to the public, will be given through the interest and generosity of Mrs. F. S. Coolidge. Seats for students in the University will be reserved until 8 o'clock.