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The Boston Symphony Orchestra will give a concert in Sanders Theater at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. The program will consist entirely of the works of Glazounow, who will conduct the orchestra. The soloist for the evening will be Benno Rabinoff.
Glazounow is now making his first visit to this country and will conduct the Boston Symphony Orchestra in its regular Friday afternoon and Saturday concerts.
The program is as follows
Symphony No. 6 in C minor Opus is Concerts for Violin, Opus 82.
"Stenka Ragin", Symphonic Poem, Opus 13.
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