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1898 Apr 01, 02 / Subscription Season / Van Der Stucken

ID:
2257
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Orchestras
  • New York Philharmonic
Soloists
"S" = Soloist
"A" = Assisting Artist
Dates / Event Types / Venues
  • Apr 1, 1898 / 2:00PM / Subscription Season / Carnegie Hall / Manhattan, NY
  • Apr 2, 1898 / 8:15PM / Subscription Season / Carnegie Hall / Manhattan, NY
Notes
CONDUCTOR CHANGE:
DUE TO THE SUDDEN DEATH OF ANTON SEIDL, 28 MAR 1898

"Out of respect for the universal feelings of sorrow and regret arising from the sudden death of the Pilharmonic Society's Conductor, Mr. Anton Seidl, the fourth part of the Symphony with Schiller's 'Ode to Joy' will be omitted. In its place 'Siegfried's Death' from Götterdämmerung by Wagner will be given."

Roster

Scheduled to perform were Mrs. Carl Alves, contralto; William H. Rieger, tenor; Heinrich Meyn, the rubinstein Chorus and the Apollo Club chorus. They apparently did not perform.

Intermission not indicated. Inserted in most likely place.
Project Funder
  • Leon Levy Foundation
Preferred Citation
Concert program, 1 Apr 1898, Program ID 2257, New York Philharmonic Leon Levy Digital Archives.
https://archives.nyphil.org/index.php/artifact/10a215be-0843-4c9f-98cf-9baa392426ea-0.1