Music: In San Francisco

Gigli, Martinelli, d'Angelo, de Luca, Didur are only a few of the notable artists whose voices will be utilized by the San Francisco Opera Association during its first grand opera season, Sept. 26-Oct. 8.

Operas scheduled: La Bohème, Andrea Chenier, Mefistofele, Tosca, Romeo and Juliet, I' Pagliacci, Rigoletto. Also Puccini's three new pieces, Il Tabarro, Suor Angelica, Gianni Schicchi.

Complete optimism for the week's success is based on the public statements of Armando Agnini, stage director of the Metropolitan, who expressed himself as thoroughly satisfied with the preparations.

Performances will be given in the Exposition Auditorium...

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