Kibalchich in New York, Apr. 21, 1928
Moat of Program In English After Arcadelt's "Ave Maria", the program was in English. The second number. Campion's "By the Streams of Babylon," was encored, and the singers found sympathetic material in the Russian numbers by Tchaikovsky, Shvcdof . and Lvov sky. whose "Lord, Have Mercy," made familiar by Mr, Kibalchich's Russion - Symphonic Choir, also scored a repetition Russian vocal organizations, it was noted, are enthusiastically received t Hampton Institute. In this Ltoui. the basses reached what snt4df '.Slavic depth in their lowest - notes. . ... . ' ;Mrs." Strickland' "Saviour, Hear L , - on the order of the conven - ttonal hymn.. - was - lcsa arcll. per 1trmr than illc iirrdwnf: - whil flobhj's' ''Fierce, :Was - the? - .Wd Billow" went very well. The men of the choir, wearing uniforms of khaki hue, sang the two spirituals. The unornate white dresses of the women also gave a certain impression impression of uniforms.