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Pierian Performance Tonight Ends Sodality's 130th year

La Rue Plays Solo Clarinet Concerto By Mozart at Paine Hall

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Closing the 130th concert season of the Pierian Sodality of 1808, the University orchestra, conducted by Malcolm H. Holmes '28, will give a concert tonight in Paine Hall at 8:15 o'clock.

A feature of the program will be the Suite for Small orchestra by Everett Helm, a graduate of the School of Music, which will be played for the first time tonight.

Adrian J. P. LaRue '40 will be the soloist for the concert playing the clarinet concerto in A by Mozart. La Rue has played first chair of the clarinet section for three seasons.

The Paine Hall presentations will be the first opportunity for the student body to hear the University Orchestra this year. Tickets for the performance will be put on sale at the Music Building.

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