Repetition of volunteer concert, / by Zane St. Grammar School, American Academy of Music, Broad and Locust Streets, Thursday evening, May 23rd, 1861. Doors open at 7. Concert to commence at 7 o'clock precisely. Conductor, Professor John Bower. Pianist, Professor A. Bachmann. Who have kindly volunteered their services. ... Cards of admission, twenty-five cents. Notice. Pupils will remain on the stage until called for by their parents, and pass out at the Locust Street door. To avoid a crowd, it is earnestly requested that as far as possible, only one person will pass into the green room for each scholar. The shrubbery on the stage is kindly furnished by Andrew Dryburgh, florist, S.W. cor. 19th and Race. The elegant Raven, Bacon & Co.'s piano, and Mason & Hamlin harmonium, used on this occasion are from the warerooms of Mr. J.E. Gould, 7th and Chestnut sts.