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1932-33 Press Scrapbook (Part 1 of 3), Sep 1, 1932 - Nov 7, 1932

ID:
555-020-01
Abstract
- Profile of Saul Goodman - Ernest Schelling returns with the Philharmonic after a three year absence enforced by an infected thumb. Resumes leadership of the Children's Concert Series. - Toscanini recovers from an injury to his right arm to open the Philharmonic Symphony Society season at Carnegie Hall - Toscanini conducts American premiere of Alexandre Tansman's "Four Polish Dances" - Toscanini directs Vivaldi-Bach Concerto in A-minor for Four Pianos featuring Madeleine Marshall, Maria Carreras, Frank Sheridan, and Zoltan Kurthy - New York Philharmonic announces that it will discontinue its annual concert series in Baltimore following the current season - Maintaining Symphonic Concerts becomes difficult due to the Great Depression - All-Wagner program is presented for a concert to benefit the Philharmonic's Pension Fund - Premiere of Bernard Wagenaar's Symphony No. 2 - Toscanini leads protest against Hitler - German Radio Boycotts Toscanini Recordings and all musicians who pleaded for Jews
Project Funder
  • Leon Levy Foundation
Preferred Citation
1932-33 Press Scrapbook (Part 1 of 3), 1 Sep 1932 - 7 Nov 1932, Folder 555-020-01, Communications/Public Relations Records, New York Philharmonic Leon Levy Digital Archives.
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