As its third and last presentation this year, the Lowell House Musical Society will sponsor a concert by Julian DeGray, pianist on Sunday at 8 o'clock. Mr. DeGray, now on the faculty of Bennington College, was awarded the Cutting Travelling Fellowship at Columbia University in 1926; and in 1928, while studying in London, he received the Chappell Gold Medal. He has given concerts and lecture-recitals in music centers in this country and abroad, where he has been hailed with enthusiastic interest by critics and laymen alike.
At the concert which he will give here, in the Lowell House Common Room, Mr. DeGray will present a program ranging from Bach to Schoenberg. Three outstanding numbers to be heard are Capriccio, opus 76, no. 8, by Brahms; Ballade in F minor, Chopin; and Sonata, opus 110, by Beethoven. The concert is open to all members of the University.