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Music lovers attending the Stadium concerts will have, for this week, a choice of four conductors, Hans Kindler, Hans Lange, Willem Van Hoogstraten and Paul White-man. Tonight Hans Kindler conducts the Philharmonic-Symphony. Orchestra in a program which will include Ravel’s Bolero, Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro Overture, Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony, Weber’s Invitation to the Dance, in the Weingartner arrangement, a Chabrier overture, and Sibelius’ “En Saga.”

On Monday and Tuesday evenings the Hall Johnson Choir returns to the Lewisohn Stadium, the orchestra under the direction of Hans Lange. On Monday the orchestral chore will include the playing of the Brahms’ Academic Festival Overture, Beethoven’s Second Symphony, the Prelude and Love Death from “Tristam und Isolde,” the Afternoon of a Faun, and another Chabrier composition. The Choir will sing a group of favorite spirituals. The following evening. Tuesday, the Choir will sing a group of spirituals and a number of modern Negro songs, while the Orchestra will present the Italian symphony of Mendelssohn, Thomas’s Mignon Overture, Dvorak’s Slavonic Dances, the Roses from the South waltz and Barnett’s “Divertiments.”

On Wednesday evening Hans Kindler takes up the baton for his farewell appearance of the season. On Thursday evening Mr. Van Hoogstraten resumes it for the rest of the season and on Friday evening Whiteman conducts the orchestra, with members of his own band to augment it, in a group of typical American numbers.

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