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The Mark Harvey Group, far out jazz. Harvard Epworth Church. 9, Feb. 20. $1.

Schubert Festival, Kresge Aud. 8:30, Feb. 23. Free.

Dunster House Music Society, works by Bach and Rameau. 5:30, Feb. 18. Works by Schumann and Read 3, Feb. 20.

Ramsey Lewis, the great jazz pianist. Paul's Mall, Feb. 21-26.

ARP Synthesizer Concert, Hearst Lounge, B.U. 3:30, Feb. 18. Free.

Boston Symphony Orchestra, Colin Davis conducts Stephen Bishop, piano in works by Mozart, 2 p.m. Feb. 17 and 8:30 Feb. 19. Michael Tilson Thomas conducts Ralph Gomberg, oboe, in works by Haydn and Mahler, 8:30, Feb. 22.

Don McLean, Chevys and Levies. Symphony Hall, 2 p.m., Feb. 20.

J. Gells Band, white soul music. The Aquarius Theatre. Feb. 22.

Kris Kristofferson. Lennie's on the Pike, Rt. 1. Danvers. Feb. 16-20.

Herbie Mann. The great jazz flutist. Paul's Mall. Feb. 14-20.

The Magic Flute. Presented by the Opera Co. of the New England Conservatory. Jordon Hall. Feb. 14-17 at 8:30.

Organ Marathon. Musical experience not necessary. The person who can pound on an organ longest wins a mighty Wurlitzer. Contest starts Feb. 19. Call Mr. Herrick 482-6300 for entry blanks.

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