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1932-33 Press Scrapbook (Part 2 of 3), Nov 8, 1932 - Feb 5, 1933

ID:
555-020-02
Abstract
- The Philharmonic begins its Concert Series for children under the direction of Ernest Schelling - Premiere of Bernard Wagenaar's "Symphony No.2" - Toscanini announces special Beethoven-Wagner program to conclude his first 8-week period of the season with the orchestra. The concert features Elsa Alsen, soprano, and Paul lathouse, tenor, as soloists. - Brooklyn socialites organize the Brooklyn Committee of the Philharmonic-Symphony Society - Rene Pollian faints after exhaustive performance of Bossi's "Intermezzi Goldoniani" - Olin Downes, music critic, and John Erskine, president of Juilliard, appear as piano soloists for the first of the advanced series of concerts for children and young people - Issay Dobrowen's debut concert as Guest Conductor for New York Philharmonic - Dobrowen conducts first Norwegian Work for the New York Philharmonic - Eunice Norton makes Philharmonic debut as soloist under Issay Dobrowen - Rachmaninoff is added to the list of soloists for the New York Philharmonic during the 1932-33 Season - Philharmonic commemorates fifth anniversary of the MacDowell colony - Children attending the Philharmonic's Young People's Concerts are organized in a campaign for funds to aid the MacDowell colony - Orchestra performs Edward MacDowell's "Indian Suite" as part of festival concert to honor Peterboro celebration - Lucrezia Bori is soloist for children's concert - Dobrowen appears in Baltimore for the first time, conducting the New York Philharmonic - New York Philharmonic announces that it will discontinue its annual concert series in Baltimore and Philadelphia following the current season - Bruno Walter reassumes direction of the Philharmonic - Bruno Walter leads Philharmonic debut of Strauss' "Schlagobers" - Philharmonic debut of Reger's "Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Beethoven" - Lotte Lehmann is soloist at Pension Fund Concert - Philharmonic suspends out-of-town concerts following the current season - Philharmonic Marks Semi-Centennial of Wagner's Death - Toscanini to conduct Beethoven cycle
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