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BOSTON SYMPHONY TO GIVE EIGHT CONCERTS IN SANDERS

Series of Thursday Evening Programs Begins October 16

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Eight concerts by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Serge Koussevitzky, will be given this year in Sanders Theatre on Thursday evenings, beginning October 16. The following concerts will take place on November 6, December 11, 1930: January 16, February 19, March 12, April 2, and April 30, 1931.

Tickets for the series will be sold at $12 each. On October 1 application blanks for the purchase of these tickets will be mailed to all officers of the University in Cambridge.

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