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A series of "symphony forums designed to bring good music to the students at low prices" is being instituted by the National Student Association, N.S.A. officers disclosed last night. The first concert in this series will be given at 8 p.m. tomorrow night in Rindge Auditorium when the First Veterans' Orchestra will present a concert of light classics.
Robert J. Stern '50, Regional Director of the N.S.A., said that the forums would be expanded in the spring to include a a number of "renowned artists like Melchoir as well as young musicians starting their careers." Also planned are Sunday seminars."
"The N.S.A set up this series of low cost concerts," explained Stern, in order to meet the high price of cultural entertainment in this area."
He also commented that because of the great demand for tickets to the Boston Symphony it has been very difficult for students to obtain seats "even if one were willing to pay the price."
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