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1945 Stadium Scrapbook (Part 3 of 3), Jul 22, 1945 - Aug 31, 1945

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555-048-03
Abstract
- Leonard Bernstein conducts all-Brahms program at the 1945 Stadium Concert Season - Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin present a dance program with their ballet group - Sevitsky presents an all-Russian program - Ania Dorfmann is soloist with the Philharmonic on Beethoven's Piano Concerto in G minor - Advertisement in "Taxi Weekly" encouraging cab drivers to recommend the Lewisohn Stadium concerts to their passengers - Dr. Fabien Sevitsky on the state of German music and suggested plans for the next 20 years - The Philharmonic performs Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, assisted by the Schola Cantorum and four soloists - La Boheme performed at two concerts by a cast from the Metropolitan Opera, featuring Grace Moore and Jan Peerce - Leonide Massine's new dance company "Ballet Russe Highlights" makes their local debut at Lewisohn Stadium - Praise for the dance program starring Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin - Eugene Goossens leads the Philharmonic in a performance of Mozart's Concerto for Two Pianos and Orchestra in E-flat Major, featuring Pierre Luboschutz and Genia Nemenoff as soloists - Profile of Eugene Goossens - Joseph Fuchs is is credited with a "masterful performance" as soloist in the Bruch Violin Concerto - Eighth and final week of Stadium season opens with a Viennese Festival presented by Robert Stolz - Stadium Concerts extend season by 2 programs in order to cut defecit, Mayor La Guardia to conduct a work at the final concert - Grace Moore returns for an extra concert at the request of Mayor LaGuardia - Mischa Elman is soloist with the Philharmonic on Mendelssohn Violin Concerto - John Corigliano, concertmaster, is soloist in Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole as part of all-French program conducted by Alexander Smallens - Review of the 28th stadium concert season - Transcript in FLemish and French of the talks on the Stadium Concerts given by Gust de Muynck
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