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Judges Name Two In Sodality Contest


Frances Steiner 1G and Sheldon M. Lubow '60 won the concerto concert last night, sponsored by the Pierian Sodality of 1808. The two winners were chosen out of seven entrants, each of whom performed one piece for the judges.

Miss Steiner played the Concerto for Cello by Saint-Saens, and Lubow performed Franz Liszt's Concerto for Piano No. 1 in E flat. Judges for the competition, which was held in Payne Hall, were Attilio Poto, Sodality conductor, Walter H. Piston, Walter W. Naumburg Professor of Music, and Gregory Tucker.

The Sodality is now planning a concert to be given on March 8 at Sanders Theater, which will be built around the two contest winners. Miss Steiner and Lubow will probably perform the piece which each played last night.

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