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his interpretation of Sarasate's "Zeiguener- weisen" was one of the finest performances this season, and calie,di forth terrific applause, in which the members of the orchestra joined. He replied with Reif's "Adagio," and gained fUJrther prolonged plaudits. MADAME KIRKBY LUNN (Contralto). Madame Lunn has for several ,seasons past been a huge favourite with the pier ,audiences. Her reception was most hearty. Her first item, Bizet's ,segueidille "Carmen" was rapturously received, and, Madame Lunn was presented with a magnificent bouquet of orchids. For an encore she sang Tosti's "On Lido Waters" It Mozart'iS Aria, "Voi che saphete" (L,e Nozze di Figaro) was the item, set down in the ,second half, in which Madame Lunn was again most successful and secured the popular verdict. ME. F. C. HATTON (Piccolo. Soloist). Mr Hatton, at this same concert, .gave his delightful piccolo solo, Damare's "The Wren." Needless to say, he was loudly encored. SARASATE, On Wednesday evening the first item on the programme was Chopin's "Funeral March," in memory of Pablo De .Sarasate. The death of this famous violinist is deeply felt by all musicians, no matter what their nationality. Few artistes have travelled as much as Sarasate, and still fewer have received the marks of favour, the applause which attended his concert tours. MISS LILIAN WRIGHT1 (Solo Violinist). On Thursday evening both the audience and members of the orchestra were charmed with the exquisite violin playing of Miss Lilian .Wright. "Romaneel in A" was the filrst item,, and in compliance with the general acclaim she responded with a "Berceuse," which again drew forth the warmest praise. EIGHTEENTH GRAND SPECIAL, To-night (Saturday) Madame Blanche Marchelsi (soprano) is the vocalist. Madame Marches! is a gifted .and extremely popular vocalist, and no budding amateur, from an educational point of view, should fail to be present. MR, WALTER HAIGH. On Sunday evening Mr Haigh will take up the baton for the fortnight's extension con- certs, The outlook from a numerical poiÃnt of view is, we consider, most promising, and we can assure the patrons that a, most interest- ing series of programmes have been arranged. Miss Laura Evans, principal soprano Welsh National Eisteddfod for 1908, will be the vocalist on Sunday, Tuesday and. Wednesday evenings. On Monday evening the Royal Welsh Ladies' Choir, under the conductorship of Madame Novello Davies, and assisted by the Extension Orchestra, will be heard, and should! draw a large crowd. On Thursday Mr J.oseph Cheetham, the popular tenor of the Royal Manchester College of Music, well com- mence a four nights' engagement. From October 5th to 8th Miss Constance Wilkinson, soprano, and from the 9th to the 11th inclusive Miss Lucy Nuttall will be the attraction, and one which will be sufficient to guarantee an enthusiastic assembly nightly of the many friends she has made in Llandudno.