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1890 April 23 Brahms's First Pianoforte Concerto Given At - Steinway Hall, New York, By Conrad Ansorge, Assisted By Part Of The Th. Thomas Orchestra.
1899 - Dec. 30. H. W. Parker's "northern Ballad" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1899 Jan 13 P Dukas's Scherzo The Sorcerer's Apprentice - Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Jan. 5. Sinding's "rondo Infinito" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Also Weidig's "scherzo Capriccioso."
1900 - Jan. 13. R. Goldmark's Overture To "hiawatha" Produced (from Ms.) By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Jan. 19. Sinding's "episodes Chevaleresques" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Jan. 22. Spinelli's Opera "a Basso Porto" Presented By The Castle Square Opera Company In New York City.
1900 - Jan. 24. American Debut Of Fritz Friedrichs, As Beckmesser In "die Meistersinger" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1900 - Jan. 25. Reyer's Opera "salammbo" Presented At The French Opera House, New Orleans.
1900 - Feb. 3. G. W. Chadwick's "elegiac Overture" Produced (from Ms.) By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Feb. 10. V. D'indy's Suite For Orchestra "medee" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Feb. 11. E. Pessard's "danses Espagnoles," And Dubois's "marche Des Batteurs" From The Opera "xaviere," Given At A Concert Of The Orchestral Club, In Boston.
1900 - Feb. 17. C. Franck's Symphonic Poem "les Eolides" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Mar. 10. R. Strauss's Symphonic Poem "ein Heldenleben" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Mar. 10. Sinding's Violin Concerto In A Major Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City, With Henri Marteau As Soloist. Also Guiraud's "caprice" For Violin.
1900 - Mar. 10. J. K. Paine's Ballet Music From His Opera "azara" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Mar. 14. The Overture To Coleridge Taylor's "the Song Of Hiawatha" Given At A Concert Of The Cecilia Society, Boston.
1900 - Mar. 25. C. Franck's Symphonic Poem, With Chorus, "the Beatitudes," Given By The German Liederkranz, In New York City.
1900 - April 7. Mrs. H. H. A. Beach's Pianoforte Concerto In C Sharp Minor Produced (from Ms.) By The Boston Symphony Orchestra; Also Rameau's "ballet Suite" Given For The First Time In America.
1900 - April 27. The Overture To Saint-saens's Opera "la Princesse Jaune"; Becker's "scenes Luxembourgeoises"; Dubois's "rigaudon" And "danses Cenenoles," And E. Tavan's "noce Arabe" Given By The Orchestral Club, Boston.
1900 - July 2 Production Of Frank Von Der Stucken's Symphonic Festival Prologue, "pax, Triumphans," At A Saengerfest In Brooklyn, N. Y.
1900 - Oct. Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra Established By The Orchestral Association, With Fritz Scheel As Conductor.
1900 - Oct. 19. Chaikovsky's Suite De Ballet "la Belle Au Bois Dormant" And G. Schumann's "symphonic Variations" For Organ And Orchestra Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Also D'indy's "wallenstein's Camp."
1900 - Oct. 20. Handel's Fourth Concerto For Organ (b Minor) Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Oct. 20. Edouard Strauss And His Vienna Orchestra Made American Debut At The Waldorf Astoria, New York City. Made An Extensive Tour Of The United States.
1900 - Nov. 2. Berlioz's Overture To "rob Roy" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Nov. 12. American Debut Of Charles Gilibert (baritone) In "romeo Et Juliette" In San Francisco, Cal. His New York Debut Took Place At The Metropolitan Opera House On Dec. 18, In The Same Opera, As The Duke Of Verona.
1900 - Nov. 17. American Debut Of Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Russian Pianist, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1900 - Nov. 13. American Debut Of Robert Blass (tenor), As Herman In "tannhaeuser," In San Francisco, Cal. New York Debut Dec. 24.
1900 - Nov. 14. American Debut Of Louise Homer (contralto) As Amneris In "aida," And Imbart De La Tour (tenor) As Rhadames, At San Francisco, Cal. New York Debut Same Opera, Metropolitan Opera House, Dec. 22.
1900 - Nov. 16. Josef Suk's Symphony In E Major Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1900 - Nov. 17. American Debut Of Marcel Journet (baritone) In "lucia" At San Francisco, Cal.
1900 - Nov. 19. American Debut Of Fritzi Scheff (lyric Soprano) As Mimi In "la Boheme" At San Francisco, Cal. New York Debut As Fidelio, Metropolitan Opera House, Dec. 29.
1900 - Nov. 19. Goring Thomas's Opera "esmeralda" Given By The Metropolitan English Grand Opera Company At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1900 - Nov. 24. F. Cowen's Sixth Symphony "idyllic" (f Major) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Nov. 30. Henri Rabaud's Symphonic Poem, "la Procession Nocturne" Played By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Frank Van Der Stucken Conducting.
1900 - Dec. 1. Tanaief's Symphony In C, With Harold Bauer (debut) As Soloist, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Dec. 2. Scriabin's "reverie" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Dec. 5. Coleridge Taylor's Cantata "hiawatha's Departure" Given By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1900 - Dec. 8. Smetana's Fourth Symphonic Poem "ma Vlast" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Dec. 10. F. X. Arens's "salve Regina" Given By The Musical Arts Society, In New York City.
1900 - Dec. 22. F. S. Converse's "festival Of Pan" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1900 - Dec. Bach's B Minor Mass Given By The Bach Choir At Bethlehem, Pa., At One Of The Bach Festivals Which Were Inaugurated This Year.
1901 - Jan. Death Of Edmund C. Stanton, Manager Of The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, From 1884 To 1891.
1901 - Jan. 11. Rimsky-korsakof's "fantaisie De Concert" For Violin Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City With Maud Powell As Soloist.
1901 - Jan. 14. New York Debut Of Margaret Mcintyre, Soprano, As Marguerite In Boito's Opera "mefistofele" At The Metropolitan Opera House.
1901 - Jan. 16. New York Debut Of Lucienne Breval, Noted French Soprano, In Massenet's Opera "le Cid," At The Metropolitan Opera House.
1901 - Jan. 18. Victor Herbert's Symphonic Poem "hero And Leander" Produced By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1901 - Jan. 23. Luigini's "la Voix Des Cloches" Given At A Concert Of The Orchestral Club In Boston.
1901 - Jan. 27. H. R. Shelley's Overture "santa Claus" Given At A Concert In The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, Under Walter Damrosch.
1901 - Jan. 29. C. M. Loeffler's "divertissement Espagnol" For Saxophone And Orchestra (written For Mrs. Richard J. Hall) Produced At A Concert Of The Orchestral Club In Boston, With Mrs. Hall As Soloist.
1901 - Feb. 2. I. Bruell's Overture To "macbeth" (op. 46), And Van Der Stucken's Symphonic Prologue To "william Ratcliffe," Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Feb. 4. Puccini's Opera "la Tosca" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Milka Ternina As La Tosca, Cremonini As Cavaradossi, Scotti As Scarpia, Gilibert As The Sacristan, And Mancinelli Conducting.
1901 - Mar. 1. Philharmonic Orchestra Of Leipzig Visiting America, Gave Its First Concert In New York City, Hans Winderstein, Conductor.
1901 - Mar. 9. Bruckner's Third Symphony (d Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Mar. 15. Elgar's Overtures "cockaigne," Also Glazunof's "ruses D'amor," Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Mar. 30. Schumann's Overture "julius Caesar" (op. 128), Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - April 6. H. Brockway's "sylvan Suite" For Orchestra Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - April 13. F. Weingaertner's Symphony In G Major, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - April 20. Gustav Strube's Rhapsody For Orchestra (op. 17) Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Sept. 26. G. W. Chadwick's Oratorio "judith" Produced At The Worcester (mass.) Festival.
1901 - Sept. 27. Mackenzie's Orchestral Suite "coriolanus" Given At The Worcester (mass.) Festival.
1901 - Oct. 14. Eugen D'albert's Overture "der Improvisatore" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Nov. 15, Dvo[vr]ak's Overture "mein Heim," Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Nov. 16. S. Von Hausegger's Symphony "barbarossa" Given By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1901 - Nov. 22. J. Suk's "pohadka" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1901 - Dec. 6. Production Of Victor Herbert's "woodland Fancies," Orchestral Suite, By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1901 - Dec. 7. Glazunof's "ouverture Solennelle" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Also Sibelius's "two Legends" From "kalevala."
1901 - Dec. 20. Production Of Henry K. Hadley's Symphony "the Four Seasons" By The Philharmonic Society In New York City. This Work Won The New England Conservatory And Paderewski Prizes. Was Played In Chicago Jan. 24, 1902, And Pittsburgh, Nov. 27, 1903. ...
1901 - Century Musical Club Formed In Atlanta, Ga.
1901 - F. Van Der Stucken Resigned Conductorship Of The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra And Was Succeeded By L. Stokowski.
1901 Dec 2 American Debut Of Jan Kubelik Violinist At A - Concert In Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1901 Dec 28 - Bruckner's Fifth Symphony (d Flat Major), And Bach's Concerto For Trumpet, Flute, Oboe, And Violin, In F Major, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Jan. 3. Production, By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Of Fritz Stahlberg's Suite, "die Brautschau."
1902 - Jan. 3. Elgar's "variations" For Orchestra Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Jan. 7. Chauvet's Suite "feuillets D'album" (orchestrated By Henri Marechal); The Introduction To The First Act Of D'indy's Music Drama "fervaal"; And Enesco's Symphonic Suite "poeme Roumain" Given At A Concert Of The Orchestral Club In Boston.
1902 - Jan. 10. Production Of R. Burmeister's Dramatic Tone Poem "the Sisters" By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1902 - Jan. 11. Liszt's "toedten-tanz," For Pianoforte And Orchestra, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Jan. 22. Isidore De Lara's Opera "messaline" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Emma Calve, Alvarez And Scotti. Flon Conducting.
1902 - Jan. 25. Orchestral Suite From Glazunof's Ballet "raymonda" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Jan. 31. Sibelius's Symphonic Poem "journeys Homewards" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1902 - Feb. 9. Gounod's Lamentation "gallia" (1871) Given By The Handel And Haydn Society In Boston.
1902 - Feb. 14. Paderewski's Opera "manru" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Marcella Sembrich, Louise Homer, David Bispham, And Bandrowski.
1902 - Feb. 14. The Love Scene From R. Strauss's Opera "feuernot" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Feb. 28. C. M. Loeffler's "by The Waters Of Babylon," For Women's Voices With Harp, Two Flutes, Cello, And Organ, Given By The Choral Art Society, Boston.
1902 - Mar. 1. Schilling's Symphonic Prologue To "oedipus Rex" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Mar. 14. H. K. Hadley's "suite Orientale" Produced By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Mar. 15. H. Koessler's "symphonic Variations" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Mar. 27. Bridge's Cantata "the Forging Of The Anchor" Given At The Baptist Temple, Brooklyn, N. Y., Under The Direction Of E. M. Bowman.
1902 - April 1. Rabaud's "fantaisie Sur Des Chansons Russes"; Mozart's Adagio And Minuet From The Second "divertissement"; And Debussy's Prelude To "l'apresmidi D'un Faune," Given By The Orchestral Club, Boston.
1902 - April 5. D'indy's Second Symphony (b Flat Major) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, With Harold Bauer As Soloist.
1902 - April 8. Massenet's Cantata "the Promised Land" Given By The Cecilia Society, Boston.
1902 - April 12, Production (from Ms.) Of C. M. Loeffler's Two Poems For Orchestra, "lebonne Chanson" And "villanelle Au Diable," By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Oct. 8. Mascagni's Opera "zanetto" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, By A Special Company Conducted By The Composer.
1902 - Oct 16. Mascagni's Opera "iris" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, By A Special Company Conducted By The Composer.
1902 - Oct. 25. H. Huber's Second Symphony (e Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Oct. 28. F. Cowen's Overture "the Butterfly's Ball" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, And On The 31st Saint-saens's Overture "les Barbares."
1902 - Nov. 4. Jaernefelt's Symphonic Poem "korsholm" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Nov. 14. Boellman's "variations Symphoniques," And Sibelius's Suite "king Christian Ii," Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Nov. 15. Caetani's "symphonic Prelude In A Minor" Given By The Philharmonic Society, In New York City.
1902 - Nov. 15. Rimsky-korsakof's Overture "to The Betrothed Of The Tsar" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Nov. 19. American Debut Of Elsa Ruegger, Cellist, At A Wetzler Concert In Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1902 - Nov. 22. American Debut Of J. Kocian, Violinist, At A Concert Given By Walter Damrosch In Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1902 - Nov. 28. Widor's Chorale And Variations For Harp And Orchestra Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Also Elgar's Military Marches, "pomp" And "circumstance."
1902 - Dec. 2. Production Of Georg Henschel's "requiem" By The Cecilia Society, Boston, Conducted By The Composer.
1902 - Dec. 5. F. Weingaertner's Second Symphony (in E Flat) Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1902 - Dec. 6. Bach's Concerto In A Minor For Violin And Orchestra, And Berlioz's Overture "les Francs Juges" Was Given In 1846, In New York.
1902 - Dec. 19. American Debut Of Madame Kirkby-lunn, Contralto, As Brangaene In "tristan Und Isolde" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1902 - Dec. 23. Massenet's Opera "cendrillon" Presented At The French Opera House, New Orleans.
1902 - Dec. 27. H. W. Parker's Concerto In E Flat For Organ And Orchestra Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1902 - Heinrich Conried Became Manager Of The Metropolitan Opera House, And Alfred Herz Appeared As Conductor.
1902 - Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Established In Minneapolis, Minn.
1903 - Jan. 2. Production Of Victor Herbert's Orchestral Suite "columbus," By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Jan. 2. Urspruch's Overture "der Sturm" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Jan. 5. D'indy's "fantasia On French Folk Themes," Given By The Longy Club At Chickering Hall, Boston.
1903 - Jan. 7. Chevillard's "le Chene Et Le Roseau," G. Longy's "impression" For Saxophone (dedicated To Mrs. R. J. Hall), D'ambrosio's "quatre Pieces D'orchestre," And Jan Blockx's "danse Flamande" Given By The Orchestral Club, Boston.
1903 - Jan. 23. Volbach's "es Waren Zwei Koenigskinder" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Jan. 24. Arensky's Introduction To The Opera "nala And Damayanti" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Jan. 25. Production Of G. Strube's "hymn To Eros" At A Concert Given In Boston, For The Germanic Museum.
1903 - Jan. 27. C. W. Von Gluck's Symphony In A Major (probably Not Previously Heard In America) Given By Sam Franko's Orchestra In New York City.
1903 - Jan. 30. Ritter's "symphonic Waltz," And Wagner's "coronation March" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Jan. 31. Fibich's Overture In F Major To Vrehlicky's Comedy "a Night On Karlstein," And Mackenzie's Suite For Violin And Orchestra, "pibroch," Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Feb. 5. L. Von Gaertner's Tone Poem "macbeth" Given By The Wetzler Orchestra In Carnegie Hall, New York City. Also Hugo Heermann, Noted Violinist, Made His American Debut, Playing The Beethoven Violin Concerto.
1903 - Feb. 7. Hugo Kaun's Symphonic Poems, "minnehaha" And "hiawatha" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Feb. 7. Sibelius's Symphonic Poem "the Swan Of Tuenela" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Feb. 8. Dubois's Oratorio "paradise Lost" Given By The Handel And Haydn Society In Boston.
1903 - Feb. 13. Coleridge Taylor's Ballad In D Minor Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Mar. 14. Production Of F. Stahlberg's Tone Poem "to The Memory Of Abraham Lincoln" By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Mar. 14. G. Schumann's Overture "the Dawn Of Love" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Mar. 23. Elgar's Cantata "the Dream Of Gerontius" Given By The Apollo Musical Club, Chicago. H. M. Wild Conductor.
1903 - April 4. G. M. Witkowski's Symphony In D Minor Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - April 11. F. S. Converse's Symphonic Poem "endymion's Narrative" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - April 15. The "marche Funebre" From The Last Scene Of Berlioz's "hamlet" Given By The Orchestral Club, Boston.
1903 - April 18. R. Strauss's "burleske" In D Minor For Pianoforte And Orchestra, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Oct. 17. The "entr'acte Symphonique" From Bruneau's Opera "messidor" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Oct. 24. Variations On A Russian Theme, By Six Russian Composers, Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Oct. 24. E. F. Arbos's Morceau De Concert "tango," And Glazunof's "fourth Symphony" (e Flat) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Oct. 30. American Debut Of Jacques Thibaud, French Violinist, At A Wetzler Concert In Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1903 - Oct. 31. V. D'indy's Symphonic Introduction To "l'etranger" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Oct. Symphony Society Of New York City, Reorganized With Walter Damrosch As Conductor.
1903 - Nov. 7. Bruneau's Symphonic Poem "la Belle Aux Bois Dormant" Also Elgar's Incidental Music For "granis And Diarmid" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Nov. 20 Glazunof's Seventh Symphony Given By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Nov. 23. American Debut Of Enrico Caruso, Noted Italian Tenor, As The Duke In "rigoletto" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1903 - Nov. 25. American Operatic Debut Of Olive Fremstad As Sieglinde At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City. She Had Appeared In Concert In 1892, But Had Gone Abroad And Now Appeared As An Operatic Artist.
1903 - Nov. 27. Frank Guerney Cauffman's Tone Poem "salammbo" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Nov. 28. E. Dohnanyi's Symphony In D Minor Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Nov. 30. Carl Busch's Cantata "king Olaf" Produced By The Apollo Musical Club Of Chicago. H. M. Wild, Conductor.
1903 - Dec. 8. Bruno Oscar Klein's Suite For Violoncello And Orchestra, In F, Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1903 - Dec. 10. Debussy's Lyric Poem "la Demoiselle Elue" Given At A Concert Of The Pupils Of Madame Salisbury, In Boston, With Helen Allen Hunt As Soloist, And Heinrich Gebhardt, Pianist. A Full Performance With Orchestra Was Given By The Cecilia Society A...
1903 - Dec. 18. Cowen's "indian Rhapsody" Given By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Dec. 24. First Performance In German, Outside Of Bayreuth, Of Wagner's "parsifal" Given By The Metropolitan Opera Company, New York City, Under Heinrich Conried, With Milka Ternina As Kundry; Alois Burgstaller As Parsifal; Anton Van Rooy As Amfortas;...
1903 - Dec. 26. G. Schumann's "variationen Und Doppelfuge" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1903 - Dec. Edythe Walker, Contralto, Made Her American Debut At The Metropolitan Opera House, In "aida."
1903-4 - Guest Conductors Of The Philharmonic Society Of New York City: Edouard Colonne Of Paris, France Gustav F. Kogel "frankfort Am Main, Germany Henry J. Wood "london, England Victor Herbert "pittsburgh, Pa. Felix Weingartner "munich, Bavaria Vas...
1904 - Jan. 1. Lemare's "rhapsody And Caprice Orientale" Given By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Jan. 2. Sibelius's Second Symphony (d Major) Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Jan. 5. Moussorgsky's Fantaisie For Orchestra,[1] "une Nuit Sur Le Mont Chauve"; V. D'indy's "choral Varie" For Saxophone (dedicated To Mrs. R. J. Hall), Mrs. Hall Soloist: Rabaud's Eclogue "poeme Virgilien"; And Augusta Holmes's Symphonic Poem "irla...
1904 - Jan. 8. F. Stahlberg's Suite (opus 10) Produced By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Jan. 12. American Debut Of Pablo Casals, Noted Violoncellist, At A Concert Given By Sam Franko In The New Lyceum, New York City.
1904 - Jan. 23. Glazunof's Suite "moyen Age" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Jan. 23. Schumann's Suite For Orchestra "in Carnival Time" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Jan. 28. First Concert Of The Russian Symphony Orchestra, Organized By Modest Altschuler, In Cooper Union Hall, New York City. Rachmaninof's "the Cliff" Was Played For The First Time In America.
1904 - Feb. 6. Dubois's Overture "frithjof" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Feb. 9. Elgar's Oratorio "the Apostles" Given By The Oratorio Society, New York City.
1904 - Feb. 10. Debussy's Three Nocturnes, "images," "fetes," And "sirens," Given At A Chickering Production Concert In Boston, B. J. Lang Conducting.
1904 - Feb 11. Ippolitof-ivanof's "caucasian Sketches" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1904 - Feb. 20. Bruckner's Ninth Symphony (unfinished) Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Feb. 26. Frederick Stock's "symphonic Variations" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Feb. 27. Th. Akimenko's "lyric Poem" For Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Mar. 3. Arensky's "variations On An Original Theme," And Tanaief's "first Symphony," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra At The Cooper Union, New York City.
1904 - Mar. 12. G. Strube's "fantastic Overture" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Mar. 21. Richard Strauss's "symphonia Domestica" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1904 - Mar. 23. Glazunof's Symphonic Poem "stenka Razin" Given At A Chickering Concert In Boston Under B. J. Lang.
1904 - April 9. Glazunof's Overture "carneval" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - April 11. Widor's "ouverture Espagnol," Rameau's Opera Ballet "les Indes Galantes," And Ten Brink's "premiere Suite D'orchestre," Given By The Orchestral Club In Boston.
1904 - April 16. Madame Helen Hopekirk's Concert Piece In D Minor Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, With Madame Hopekirk As Soloist.
1904 - April 17. Gleason's Symphonic Poem "edris" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - April 23. Hugo Wolf's Symphonic Poem "penthesilea" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - April 23. Chadwick's Concert Overture "euterpe" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - April 30. Sibelius's Tone Poem "eine Saga" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Production Of Leo Schulz's "american Festival Overture" At The St. Louis Exposition.
1904 - Oct. A Symphony Orchestra Formed In New York City By Arnold Volpe.
1904 - Nov. 5. Elgar's Overture "in The South" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Nov. 6. Mahler's Fourth Symphony Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1904 - Nov. 11. E. Boehe's "wanderings Of Odysseus" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, Also Max Schilling's Tone Poem "the Witch Song."
1904 - Nov. 18. Chausson's "poeme" For Solo Violin With Orchestra, Given By The Symphony Society In New York City. (it Was Played In Boston April 25 By Miss Jessie Davis, Piano, And Hugh Codman, Violin).
1904 - Nov. 19. Rimsky-korsakof's Third Act Of The Ballet "mlada," And Rachmaninof's Dances From "aleko" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1904 - Nov. 26. Saint-saens's First Symphony (e Flat Major) And Massenet's "hungarian Scenes" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Dec. 3. Carl Goldmark's Overture "in Italy" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Dec. 3. Bach's Second Violin Concerto (in E Major) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Dec. 17. Rachmaninof's Pianoforte Concerto In F Sharp Minor Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - Dec. 24. Chaikovsky's Symphonic Description Of "the Battle Of Poltava," And The Hopak From "mazeppa," Also Glazunof's Symphonic Poem "stenka Razin," And Rimsky-korsakof's Overture "may Night" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, In New York City....
1904 - Dec. 31. D'indy's Symphony In B Flat Major (op. 57) Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1904 - The Chicago Orchestra Permanently Endowed And Orchestra Hall Built.
1904 - American Debut Of Luisa Tetrazzini Took Place At The Tivoli, In San Francisco, Cal.
1904 - Coleridge Taylor Visited America As The Guest Of The Coleridge Taylor Society Of Washington, D. C.
1904 - Emil Paur Appointed Conductor Of The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra (1904-1910).
1904-5 - Johann Strauss's Opera "die Zigeunerbaron" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City. This Was Produced In English At The Casino Feb. 15, 1886.
1904-5 - Guest Conductors Of The Philharmonic Society, New York City, For This Season Were: Frederic H. Cowen Of London, England Arthur Nikisch Of Vienna, Austria E. Schuch Of Dresden, Germany B. Glazunofof St. Petersburg, Russia C. V. Stanford Of Londo...
1905 - Jan. 4. E. Chabrier's "danse Slave" From The Opera "le Roi Malgre Lui"; A. Georges's "prelude D'axel"; H. Sitt's "andante" For Violin And Orchestra; G. Sparck's Symphonic Poem, "boabdil"; C. Forsyth's "concerto In G Minor" (first Movement); Erik Sati...
1905 - Jan. 20. Simandl's Concert Piece For Double-bass And Orchestra Given By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Jan. 20. Elgar's Concert Overture "froissart" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Jan. 21. Rimsky-korsakof's Suite "tsar-saltan" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1905 - Jan. 21. Hugo Wolf's "italian Serenade" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Jan. 21. F. S. Converse's Two Poems "night" And "day" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Feb. 3. Rimsky-korsakof's Pianoforte Concerto In C Sharp Minor Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Feb. 4. Eugen D'albert's Second Pianoforte Concerto (in E Major) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Feb. 8. Elgar's "benedictus" Given By The New York Oratorio Society.
1905 - Feb. 11. Bruch's Serenade In A Minor For Violin Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Feb. 25. Arensky's Suite "silhouettes," Excerpts From Mussorgsky's Opera "khovanstchina," And Kalinnikof's "symphony In A," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1905 - Mar. 3. Converse's Fantasia "the Mystic Trumpeter" Produced By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Mar. 25. Gustav Mahler's Fifth (giant) Symphony Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Mar. 25. Rimsky-korsakof's Musical Picture "sadko" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Mar. 30. Ysaye's "poeme Elegiaque" For Violin And Orchestra Given By The New York Symphony Society With Ysaye As Soloist.
1905 - April 1. Chaikovsky's Fantasia "night" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City. Also Rubinstein's "romance Et Caprice Russe."
1905 - April 4. Charpentier's Symphonic Drama "la Vie Du Poete" Given By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1905 - April 14. R. Strauss's Cantata "taillefer" Given By The Oratorio Society In New York City.
1905 - April 18. E. Chausson's "hymn Vedique," And G. Huee's Symphonic Suite "titania" Given By The Orchestral Club In Boston.
1905 - April 22. Gustav Strube's Symphonic Poem "longing" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - April 29. G. Ropartz's "fantasia In D Minor" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Sept. 29. G. W. Chadwick's Symphonic Poem "cleopatra" Produced At The Worcester (mass) Festival.
1905 - Oct. 21. Smetana's Overture "libussa" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Oct. 27. Liadof's "baba Yaga" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Nov. 18. Rimsky-korsakof's Suite "snow Maiden" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City. Also, Rachmaninof's "second Pianoforte Concerto" (won Glinka Prize 1904) With Raoul Pugno As Soloist.
1905 - Nov. 18. Busoni's "comedy Overture" In C Major Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Nov. 25. American Debut Of Madame Jeanne Jomelli, At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, As Elizabeth In "tannhaeuser."
1905 - Dec. 2. Cesar Franck's Symphonic Poem "psyche And Cupid" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Dec. 4. Magnard's "chant Funebre" And Chausson's Symphony In B Flat Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra In Philadelphia, With Vincent D'indy As Guest Conductor.
1905 - Dec. 22. Production Of Wassily Leps's Japanese Reincarnation Theme "andon," For Soprano, Tenor, And Orchestra, By The Philadelphia Symphony Society.
1905 - Dec. 23. Gustav Strube's Violin Concerto In F Sharp Minor Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - Dec. 24. Sibelius's Symphonic Poem "finlandia" Given At A Concert At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With A. Vigna As Conductor. It Was Played By The Russian Symphony Orchestra On Dec. 30.
1905 - Dec. 30. Zolotaref's "rhapsodie Hebraique" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City. Also Arensky's Violin Concerto (op. 54), With Maud Powell As Soloist.
1905 - Dec. 30. Webber's Symphony In C Minor Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - The St. Paul (minn.) Symphony Orchestra Formed Under Walter Rothwell.
1905 - Frederick Stock Appointed Conductor Of The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1905 - The Institute Of Musical Art Established In New York City By Frank Damrosch.
1905-6 - The Guest Conductors Of The New York Philharmonic Society This Season Were: Willem Mengelberg Of Amsterdam, Holland. Victor Herbert Of Pittsburgh, Pa. Max Fiedler Of Hamburg, Germany. Vasily Safonof Of Moscow, Russia. Ernst Kunwald Of Frankfort A...
1906 - Jan. 2. Guiraud's "chasse Fantastique"; Faure's "pavane"; Massenet's "pastorale Mystique," From The Opera "le Jongleur De Notre Dame"; Lalo's "valse De Cigarette, Namouna"; Bruneau's "preludes De L'ouragan"; Sparck's "legende," For Saxophone And Orch...
1906 - Jan. 9. First American Appearance Of Rudolph Ganz, Noted Pianist, With The Kneisel Quartet, In Boston.
1906 - Jan. 20. Chausson's Symphony In B Flat Major Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - Jan. 26. Tirindelli's Symphonic Poem "tragi-commedia" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - Jan. 27. American Debut Of Josef Lhevinne, Noted Pianist, At A Concert Of The Russian Symphony Orchestra In Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1906 - Jan. 27. Glazunof's Symphonic Picture "the Kremlin" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - Jan. 31. Giordano's Opera "siberia" Presented At The French Opera House, New Orleans, La.
1906 - Jan. 31. F. S. Converse's Opera "the Pipe Of Desire," Produced At Jordan Hall, Boston. (it Was Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York, Mar. 18, 1908.)
1906 - Feb. 6. V. D'indy's Oratorio "st. Mary Magdalene" Given By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1906 - Feb. 11. J. Suk's Scherzo For Orchestra Given By The New York Symphony Society.
1906 - Feb. 24. Konius's Suite "childhood" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1906 - Mar. 2. Adolf Weidig's Symphonic Fantaisie "semiramis" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - Mar. 3. F. Boehe's "first Four Episodes For Orchestra" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - Mar. 3. Production Of F. S. Converse's Ballads For Baritone And Orchestra By The Boston Symphony Orchestra At Providence, R. I., With David Bispham As Soloist.
1906 - Mar. 10. J. Dalcroze's "violin Concerto In C Minor" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - Mar. 10. Arthur Shepherd's "ouverture Joyeuse" Also H. F. Gilbert's "salammbo's Invocation" Given At A Concert Of The New Music Society In New York City, And At The Same Concert Ruth Deyo, Pianist, Made Her Debut.
1906 - Mar. 17. R. M. Gliere's First Symphony; Serof's "cossack Dances"; Cesar Cui's "waltz"; And Mlynarsky's "violin Concerto," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1906 - Mar. 31. Busoni's Suite "geharnischte" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - April 2. Production Of H. H. Huss's Violin Concerto In D Minor By The New Music Society In Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1906 - April 7. Max Schilling's Prelude To Act Iii Of "the Piper's Holiday" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1906 - April 17. Widor's "les Pecheurs De Saint-jean"; Bourgault-ducoudray's "rhapsodie Cambodgienne"; A. Caplet's "impression D'automne" (elegie For Saxophone, Written For And Played By Mrs. R. J. Hall); M. Moszkowski's "larghetto" And "intermezzo," And R....
1906 - April 21. First Concert Of The Chicago Musical Art Society, Organized Under Clarence Dickinson.
1906 - May 3. Production Of W. H. Humiston's "southern Fantasy" For Orchestra, At The Mendelssohn Union, Orange, N. J.
1906 - Oct. 8. First Appearance Of The "la Scala" Orchestra Of Milan (italy) At Carnegie Hall, New York City, With Leoncavallo As Conductor.
1906 - Oct. 15. Production Of F. S. Converse's Incidental Music To Percy Mackaye's Play "jeanne D'arc," Given By Sothern And Julia Marlowe In Philadelphia.
1906 - Oct. 15. Puccini's Opera "madame Butterfly" Presented By The Henry Savage Opera Company (in English) At Washington, D. C.
1906 - Oct. Vassily Safonof Appointed Conductor Of The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1906 - Nov. 3. Saint-saens's Fantasia "africa" For Pianoforte And Orchestra Given By The Symphony Society In New York City With The Composer As Soloist.
1906 - Nov. 12. Puccini's Opera "madama Butterfly" Given By The Savage Opera Company In Washington, D. C.
1906 - Nov. 15. Glazunof's "scene Dansante" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1906 - Nov. 20. American Debut Of F. Constantino, Tenor, Also Fely Dereyne, Riccardo Martin, And A. Segurola, With The San Carlo Opera Company In New Orleans, La.
1906 - Nov. 26. American Operatic Debut Of Geraldine Farrar, Soprano, As Juliette In Gounod's "romeo Et Juliette" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1906 - Nov. 27. Elgar's Cantata "the Banner Of St. George" Given At A Musurgia Concert, At Carnegie Hall, New York City, With The Assistance Of One Hundred Members Of The Brooklyn Oratorio Society.
1906 - Nov. 30. J. Sibelius's Violin Concerto In D Minor Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With Maud Powell As Soloist.
1906 - Dec. 3. American Debut Of Alessandro Bonci, Italian Tenor, In "i Puritani," At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1906 - Dec. 4. Pierne's Oratorio "the Children's Crusade" Given By The Oratorio Society, New York City.
1906 - Dec. 5. American Debut Of Maurice Renaud, Great French Baritone, As Rigoletto, At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1906 - Dec. 5. Giordano's Opera "fedora" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Lina Cavalieri (debut), Caruso, Scotti. A. Vigna Conducting.
1906 - Dec. 7. Debut Of Donalda As Marguerite In "faust" At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1906 - Dec. 15. Cesar Franck's Morceau Symphonique, "redemption," Given By The New York Symphony Society.
1906 - Dec. 19. Debut Of De Cisneros And Bassi In "aida" At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1906 - Dec. 20. Glazunof's Third Symphony; Rachmaninof's Capriccio "tzigane"; And Scriabin's Pianoforte Concerto With The Composer As Soloist, Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, In New York City.
1906 - The Philharmonic Society Of New Orleans, La., Organized. (reorganized In 1917.)
1906 - St. Paul (minn.) Symphony Orchestra Organized With E. B. Emanuel As Conductor. Walter H. Rothwell Became Conductor In 1908.
1906-7 Oscar Hammerstein Opened The Manhattan Opera House In New - York City With A Company Including Melba, Gilibert-lejeune, Mazarin Kate D'arta, Farnetti, And Luisa Tetrazzini, Soprani; Bressler-gianoli, And Maria Gay, Mezzi; Eleanora De Cisneros And Zacchari, Contralti; A. Bonci, Bassi, Dalmores, Altchevski, Ten...
1907 - Jan. 5. Sibelius's First Symphony (e Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Jan. 17. Sibelius's Overture "karelia" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1907 - Jan. 17. A. Oldberg's Dramatic Overture "paolo And Francesca" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Jan, 19. American Debut Of Katherine Goodson, English Pianist, With The Boston Symphony Orchestra. She Played Grieg's Concerto In A Minor.
1907 - Jan. 20. Production Of Arthur Foote's "four Character Pieces" By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Jan. 22. R. Strauss's Opera "salome" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City With Olive Fremstad, And C. Burrian In Leading Parts, And Alfred Hertz Conducting.
1907 - Jan. 25. Paul Juon's Fantasie "the Watchman's Song" (after Danish Folk Songs) Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Feb. 1. American Debut Of Mario Sammarco, Noted Baritone, In "pagliacci" At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1907 - Feb. 7. Sibelius's Orchestral Suite "karelia" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1907 - Feb. 7. Elgar's "romance" For Orchestra Given By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1907 - Feb. 9. Tinel's Three Symphonic Pictures From The Entr'acte Music To Corneille's "polyeucte" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Feb. 26. Scriabin's First Symphony, And Ippolitof-ivanof's Second "caucasian Suite" For Orchestra Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1907 - Mar. 2. Debussy's Orchestral Sketches "la Mer" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Mar. 9. Bach's "brandenburg Concerto" In C Major, For Three Violins, Three Celli, And Three Basses, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Mar. 14. Scriabin's Third Symphony "the Divine Poem," And Davidof's "violoncello Concerto" (alwin Schroeder, Soloist) Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, In New York City.
1907 - Mar. 16. S. Noskowski's Symphonic Poem "the Steppe" (op. 66) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Mar. 19. American Debut Of Sir Edward Elgar As Conductor Of His Oratorio, "the Apostles" With The Oratorio Society In New York City.
1907 - Mar. 26. Elgar's Oratorio "the Kingdom" Given By The Oratorio Society, New York City.
1907 - Mar. 27. Pietro Floridia's Symphony In D Minor Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Mar. 30. O. Fried's Prelude And Double Fugue For Strings, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Mar. 31. Handel's Oratorio "belshazzar" Given By The Handel And Haydn Society In Boston, With Madame Kileski-bradbury, Misses Bouton, Kellogg, Mr. George Hamlin, And Mr. Watkin Mills As Soloists.
1907 - April 1. X. Scharwenka's Opera "mataswintha" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1907 - April 3. Dr. P. Hartmann's Oratorio "st. Peter" Produced At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1907 - April 6. Howard Brockway's Symphony In D Major Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - April 9. J. K. Paine's Opera "azara" Presented, In Concert Form, By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1907 - April 13. Reger's "serenade" (op. 59) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra; Also Production Of Henry K. Hadley's Tone Poem "salome."
1907 - April 27. Victor Bendix's Fourth Symphony (d Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Oct. 2. F. S. Converse's Dramatic Poem "job" Produced At The Worcester (mass.) Festival.
1907 - Oct. 4. A. Hinton's Second Pianoforte Concerto.
1907 - Oct. 18. V. D'indy's Symphonic Poem "jour D'ete A La Montagne" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Nov. 1. F. Stock's "symphonic Waltz" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Nov. 4. American Debut Of Jeanne Gerville-reache, French Contralto, As The Blind Mother In "la Gioconda" At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1907 - Nov. 14. Glazunof's Eighth Symphony (e Flat) Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1907 - Nov. 16. The Overture To Pfitzner's Christmas Play "the Little Christ Elf" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Nov. 17. Edward German's "welsh Rhapsody" Given By The Symphony Society In New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1907 - Nov. 18. Francesco Cilea's Opera "adrienne Lecouvreur" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Cavalieri, Caruso And Scotti In The Leading Parts.
1907 - Nov. 20. American Debut Of The Russian Basso Chaliapin In "mefistofele" At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1907 - Nov. 23. C. M. Loeffler's Symphonic Poem "a Pagan Poem" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra. Also Reznicek's Adagio, Scherzo And Finale From "symphonic Suite In E Minor," Given For The First Time In America.
1907 - Nov. 30. E. Boche's Symphonic Poem "taormina" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Dec. 1. Dr. L. Damrosch's "silver Wedding" Produced By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1907 - Dec. 4. Wolf-ferrari's Oratorio "vita Nuova" Given By The Oratorio Society, New York City.
1907 - Dec. 7. Liapunof's Pianoforte Concerto Given By The New York Symphony Society With Josef Hoffman As Soloist.
1907 - Dec. 12. Ilyinsky's Suite "mir Und Antra," And Arensky's "first Symphony," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1907 - Dec. 20. Max Reger's "variations And Fugue" (op. 100) Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - Dec. 21. D'ambrosio's Violin Concerto In B Minor, With R. Czerwonski As Soloist; The "goldonian Intermezzo" From Bossi's "suite Variee," And Humperdinck's Overture To "the Forced Marriage," Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1907 - First Beethoven Festival Given By The Symphony Society, New York City. Carl Pohlig Appointed Conductor Of The Philadelphia Symphony
1907 - Max Zach Appointed Conductor Of The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Jan. 1. American Debut Of Gustav Mahler As Conductor Of A Performance Of "tristan Und Isolde" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1908 - Jan. 3. Charpentier's Opera "louise" Presented At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City, With Mary Garden In Leading Part, Campanini Conducting.
1908 - Jan. 14. H. Bischoff's Symphony In E Major Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Jan. 15. New York Debut Of Luisa Tetrazzini, Great Soprano, In "la Traviata" At The Manhattan Opera House. (she Had Previously Been Heard In San Francisco.)
1908 - Jan. 15. Beethoven's "twelve Dances" Given Under Sam Franko At Mendelssohn Hall, New York City.
1908 - Jan. 16. Sibelius's Third Symphony (c Major) Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1908 - Jan. 18. Mozart's "three German Dances" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Jan. 21. Henri Rabaud's Second Symphony (e Minor); E. Chausson's "poeme De L'amour Et De La Mer" For Voice And Orchestra, (1) "la Fleur Des Faux," "interlude," (2) "la Mort De L'amour"; And Balakiref's Symphonic Poem "en Boheme" Given At An Orchestra...
1908 - Jan. 25. Schelling's "fantastic Suite" For Pianoforte And Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Jan. 29. Dohnanyi's Violoncello Concerto In D Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra In Indianapolis, Ind., With H. Warnke As Soloist.
1908 - Feb. 2. Chaikovsky's Opera "eugen Onegin" Given In Concert Form By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1908 - Feb. 13. The Scene "winter" From Glazunof's Ballet, "the Seasons," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1908 - Feb. 14. Richard Wagner's "columbus" Overture Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Feb. 15. Rimsky-korsakof's "caprice On Spanish Themes"; And Schjelderup's "sunrise On The Himalayas" From The Stage Music To Gjellerup's "opferfeuer"; Also Schjelderup's Symphonic Poem "a Summer Night On The Fjord" Given By The Boston Symphony Orches...
1908 - Feb. 19. Debussy's Opera "pelleas Et Melisande" Presented At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City, With Mary Garden, Jeanne Gerville-reache, And Perier In The Cast. Campanini Conducting.
1908 - Feb. 22. Production Of Chadwick's "symphonic Sketches" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Feb. 28. Josef Hofmann's Third Pianoforte Concerto Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1908 - Feb. 29. E. Dohnanyi's Concert Piece In D Major Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Mar. 4. American Debut Of Madame Berta Morena As Sieglinde At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1908 - Mar. 14. Balakiref's Symphony In C Major Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Mar. 26. Stahlberg's Symphonic Suite "ueber's Weltenmeer" Given By The Volpe Orchestra In New York City.
1908 - Mar. 28. Gustav Strube's "fantastic Dance," For Orchestra, Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - April 7. M. Reger's "unaccompanied Violin Sonata" Given In New York City By Dora Valesca Becker.
1908 - April 11. C. P. E. Bach's Second Symphony, In E Flat, Given, And H. K. Hadley's Third Symphony (b Minor) Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - April 18. E. Moor's Pianoforte Concerto (op. 57) And Ertel's Symphonic Poem "the Midnight Review" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - June. Production Of H. W. Parker's "ballade" For Chorus And Orchestra, By The Litchfield County Choral Union At Norfolk, Conn. Conducted By The Composer.
1908 - Sept. 16. New Building Of The Academy Of Music In Brooklyn, N. Y., Opened.
1908 - Sept. 25. American Debut Of Blanche Arral In San Francisco, Cal., Under The Management Of M. Grau.
1908 - Oct. 17. E. Sauer's First Pianoforte Concerto (e Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra With The Composer As Soloist.
1908 - Oct. 24. Macdowell's Third Symphonic Poem "lamia" (op. 29) Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Oct. 31. Chaikovsky's "variations On A Rococo Theme" For Cello And Orchestra, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Nov. 7. Debut Of Albert Spalding, Violinist, With The New York Symphony Society.
1908 - Nov. 9. American Debut Of Maria Labia In "tosca" At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1908 - Nov. 14. Gretry's Three Dances From "cephale Et Procris" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Nov. 14. American Debut Of Dr. Ludwig Wuellner, Lieder Singer, At Mendelssohn Hall, New York City.
1908 - Nov. 16. American Debut Of Emmy Destinn As Aida At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, On Which Occasion A. Toscanini Made His First Appearance As Conductor.
1908 - Nov. 21. Sibelius's Symphonic Poem "a Spring Day" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Nov. 23. Eugen D'albert's Opera "tiefland" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1908 - Nov. 25. Massenet's Opera "thais" Presented At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City, With Mary Garden (her American Debut), Emma Trentini, J. Gerville-reache, And Maurice Renaud. G. Campanini Conducting.
1908 - Nov. 27. Massenet's Opera "le Jongleur De Notre Dame" Presented At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City, With Mary Garden In The Title Role, Supported By Renaud And Dufranne.
1908 - Dec. 2. Debussy's Cantata "the Blessed Damosel" Given By The Oratorio Society In New York City.
1908 - Dec. 8. Gustav Mahler's Second Symphony (c Minor) Given By The Symphony Society In New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1908 - Dec. 10. Scriabin's Fourth Symphony "ecstasy" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1908 - Dec. 10. American Debut Of Mischa Elman, Violinist, Playing Chaikovsky's Violin Concerto.
1908 - Dec. 11. Rubinstein's Pianoforte Fantasia In C Major (op. 84) Given By The New York Philharmonic Society With Josef Lhevinne As Soloist.
1908 - Dec. 12. Noren's "kaleidoscope" (theme And Variations) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Dec. 17. Puccini's Opera "le Villi" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1908 - Dec. 19. Pierne's Cantata "the Children Of Bethlehem" Given At A Young Peoples Concert In New York City. Frank Damrosch, Conductor.
1908 - Dec. 19. Rubinstein's Fifth Piano Concerto (e Flat Major) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1908 - Seattle (wash.) Symphony Orchestra Organized, With Michael Kegrizi As Conductor.
1908 - Signor Gatti-casazza Engaged As Manager Of The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1908 - Oscar Hammerstein's Opera House In Philadelphia Opened.
1909 - Jan. 2. O. Nicolai's "religious Festival" Overture On The Chorale "eine Feste Burg" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Jan. 3. Elgar's First Symphony (a Flat) Given By The New York Symphony Society.
1909 - Jan. 6. Catalani's Opera "la Wally" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Emmy Destinn And Riccardo Martin In The Leading Parts.
1909 - Jan. 14. Rachmaninof's Second Symphony (e Minor) Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1909 - Jan. 15. Emil Paur's Symphony In A Major Produced By The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1909 - Jan. 16. Schilling's "harvest Festival" From The Opera "moloch" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Jan. 22. American Debut Of Carl Joern, Tenor, In "die Meistersinger" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1909 - Jan. 23. Paul Scheinpflug's "overture To A Comedy Of Shakespeare" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Feb. 13. Paderewski's Symphony In B Minor (op. 24) Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Feb. 19. Smetana's Opera "prodona Nev[ve]sta" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Destinn, Joern, Didur And Reiss. G. Mahler, Conductor.
1909 - Mar. 10. Jan Blockx's Opera "la Princesse D'auberge" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Maria Labia And Jeanne Gerville-reache In The Leading Roles.
1909 - Mar. 12. A. Bruckner's Eighth Symphony (c Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Mar. 27. A. Maquarre's Overture "on The Sea Cliffs" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - April 29. First Public Performance Of P. G. Clapp's Tone Poem "norge" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra In Sanders Theater, Cambridge, Mass. Had Been Performed By The Pierian Sodality May 22, 1908.
1909 - April 1. Production Of W. W. Gilchrist's Passion Oratorio "the Lamb Of God" At The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine, New York City.
1909 - April 3. Strube's Symphony In B Minor Played From Ms. By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - April 17. Arthur Foote's Suite In E Major For String Orchestra Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - May 28. Henry K. Hadley's Prize Composition "the Culprit Fay" Produced At The Powers Theatre, Grand Rapids, Mich. Played By The Chicago Orchestra Oct. 29, And The Boston Symphony Orchestra Nov. 14.
1909 - June. G. W. Chadwick's Christmas Pastoral "noel" Produced By The Litchfield County Choral Union At Norfolk, Conn., Conducted By The Composer.
1909 - Oct. 9. Saint-saens's Ballad On Victor Hugo's "la Fiancee Du Timbalier" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Oct. 16. Reger's Symphonic "prologue To A Tragedy" (op. 108) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Oct. 23. Granville Bantock's Comedy Overture, "the Pierrot Of A Minute," Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Oct. 25. American Debut Of Tilly Koenen (dutch Lieder Singer) At A Recital In Mendelssohn Hall, New York City.
1909 - Nov. 4. American Debut (as Pianist) Of S. Rachmaninof At A Recital At Smith College, Northampton, Mass.
1909 - Nov. 7. The Ballet Music From Mozart's Pantomime "les Petits Riens" Given By The Symphony Society In New York City. Also Rimsky-korsakof's "russian Song."
1909 - Nov. 8. American Debut Of Eric Schmedes, Tenor, In "die Walkuere" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1909 - Nov. 8. Opening Of The Boston Opera House Under The Management Of Henry Russell, With A Performance Of "la Gioconda" With Lillian Nordica, Louise Homer, Madame Meitschek, F. Constantino, Baklanof, Mardones, Pulcini, Stroesco.
1909 - Nov. 10. American Operatic Debut Of John Mccormack, Noted Tenor, As Alfredo In "la Traviata," At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1909 - Nov. 12. J. M. Ravel's "rhapsodie Espagnole" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Nov. 15. Massenet's Opera "sappho" Presented At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City, With Mary Garden In The Title Role.
1909 - Nov. 15. Debussy's "rondes De Printemps" (image Pour Orchestre) Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1909 - Nov. 16. Operatic Debut Of Alma Gluck As Sophie In "werther" At The New Theatre, New York. She Appeared On Dec. 3 At The Metropolitan Opera House As The Blessed Spirit In "orfeo."
1909 - Nov. 16. American Debut Of Edmond Clement, Noted French Tenor, In "werther," At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1909 - Nov. 17. American Debut Of Otto Slezak, Russian Tenor, As Otello At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1909 - Nov. 18. Arensky's "variations" For Strings, Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1909 - Nov. 27. Delius's Symphony Poem, "paris, A Night Piece," Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1909 - Nov. 28. Rachmaninof's Third Pianoforte Concerto (op. 30) Given By The Symphony Society In New York City With The Composer As Soloist. Also Lalo's "arlequin."
1909 - Dec. 3. Rachmaninof's Tone Poem "the Isle Of The Dead" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1909 - Dec. 5. American Debut Of Josef Malkin, Cellist, As Soloist In Haydn's "concerto In D" With The Symphony Society In New York City. (n.b. Malkin Played At A Concert Nov. 28 At The Manhattan Opera House.)
1909 - Dec. 14. American Debut Of Jeanne Maubourg In "madame Angot" At The New Theatre, New York City.
1909 - Dec. 16. Mahler's First Symphony Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1909 - Dec. 23. Gluck's Opera "orfeo Ed Eurydice" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Homer, Gadski, Alson, Gluck. Toscanini Conducting.
1909 - Dec. Henry K. Hadley Appointed Conductor Of The Seattle (wash.) Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - Jan. 5. Liza Lehmann, Noted Song-writer, Gave Her First Concert In America At Symphony Hall, Boston, Mass.
1910 - Jan. 5. Production Of Wm. Berwald's "dramatic Overture" By The New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch, Conductor, At Syracuse, N. Y.
1910 - Jan. 7. H. K. Hadley's "symphonic Fantasia" Produced By The Symphony Orchestra In St. Louis, Mo.
1910 - Jan. 10. Massenet's Opera "griselidis" Given At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City.
1910 - Jan. 18. P. Volbach's Symphony In B Minor Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - Jan. 23. Franchetti's Opera "germania" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Emmy Destinn, Caruso, And Amato In The Leading Parts.
1910 - Jan. 26. Debussy's "marche Ecossais"; D'indy's "souvenirs"; Rameau's "dardanus"; P. Dukas's "ariane Et Barbe Bleue" (excerpts); G. Pierne's "ramuntcho," Given By The Orchestral Club In Boston.
1910 - Feb. 1. R. Strauss's Opera "elektra" Given At The Manhattan Opera House, New York City, With Madame Mazarin As Elektra, And Jeanne Gerville-reache As Klytemnestra.
1910 - Feb. 7. Georg Schumann's Cantata "ruth" Given By The Apollo Musical Society, Chicago.
1910 - Feb. 8. H. Bruneau's Opera "l'attaque Du Moulin" Presented At The New Theatre, Harlem, N. Y.
1910 - Feb. 12. Chadwick's Sinfonietta In D Major Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - Feb. 13. Sullivan's Oratorio "the Golden Legend" Given By The Handel And Haydn Society In Boston.
1910 - Feb. 15. Max Schilling's Symphonic Fantasy "meerguss" Given By The St. Paul (minn.) Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - Feb. 20. Moszkowski's Third Orchestral Suite Given By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1910 - Mar. 4. Glazunof's Violin Concerto In A Minor Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City With Mischa Elman As Soloist.
1910 - Mar. 5. Chaikovsky's Opera "pique Dame" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Emmy Destinn, Leonora Sparkes, Alma Gluck, Slezak, And Didur.
1910 - Mar. 6. Granville Bantock's "fine Old English Tunes" Arranged For Small Orchestra; And Haydn's Concerto For Violin With A. Saslafsky As Soloist, Given By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1910 - Mar. 11. Busoni's Orchestral Suite "turandot" Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1910 - Mar. 19. G. Strube's Comedy Overture "puck" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - Mar. 27. E. Bossi's "paradise Lost" Given By The Handel And Haydn Society In Boston.
1910 - April 16. Ducasse's "suite Francaise" In D Minor, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - April 19. Balakiref's "ouverture"; C. Franck's "quatres Pieces Breves"; Ducasse's "variations Plaisantes Sur Un Theme Grave" (harp Obbligato); L. Moreau's "pastorale" For Saxophone And Orchestra (written For Mrs. R. J. Hall, And Produced At This Conc...
1910 - April 23. Aug. Halm's Symphony In D Minor For String Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - April 28. Oscar Hammerstein's Withdrawal From Opera In New York And Philadelphia Announced. The Metropolitan Opera Company Purchased Rights In Opera, Contracts With Artists, Scenic Equipment, Etc.
1910 - June 2. Production Of S. Coleridge Taylor's Rhapsodie Dance, "the Bamboula," At Norfolk, Conn.
1910 - Aug. 17. H. F. Gilbert's "comedy Overture On Negro Themes" Produced At An Open Air Concert In Central Park, New York City.
1910 - Aug. 29. P. Floridia's Opera "paoletta" Produced In Cincinnati, O.
1910 - Sept. 29. The First Part Of Granville Bantock's "omar Khayyam" Given At The Worcester (mass.) Festival.
1910 - Oct. 6. Wallace's Symphonic Poem "villon," And Saint-saens's March "occident And Orient" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1910 - Oct. 28. Delius's English Rhapsody "brigg Fair" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1910 - Oct. 29. American Debut Of Anton Witek, Violinist (concert-master Of The Boston Symphony Orchestra), As Soloist.
1910 - Nov. 5. Opening Of The Chicago Opera Company Under The Management Of Andreas Dippel, With A Performance Of "aida."
1910 - Nov. 14. Gluck's Opera "armide" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Olive Fremstad, Louise Homer, Caruso And Amato.
1910 - Nov. 16. Production At The Boston Opera House Of F. S. Converse's Opera "the Sacrifice."
1910 - Nov. 16. Debussy's Opera "l'enfant Prodigue" Given At The Boston Opera House, With Alice Neilson, Blanchart, Lasalle, Etc.
1910 - Nov. 16. Liadov's "kikimora" And "le Lac Enchante," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, In New York City.
1910 - Nov. 20. Excerpts From Chaikovsky's Opera "jeanne D'arc" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1910 - Nov. 16. Mozart's Adagio And Fugue For String Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1910 - Dec. 1. American Debut Of Kathleen Parlow (canadian Violinist) With The Russian Symphony Orchestra, In New York City.
1910 - Dec. 1. I. F. Stravinsky's "feuerwerk" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1910 - Dec 4. Dvo[vr]ak's "in The Spinning Room" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1910 - Dec. 4. R. Laparra's Opera "la Habanera" Given By The Boston Opera Company.
1910 - Dec. 10. Puccini's Opera "la Fanciulla" ("the Girl Of The Golden West") Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Emmy Destinn, Caruso And Amato In The Leading Parts.
1910 - Dec. 28. Production (first Performance On Any Stage) Of Humperdinck's Opera "koenigskinder" With Geraldine Farrar, Marie Mattfeld, H. Jadlowker, Otto Goritz, A. Didur And A. Reiss In The Leading Parts. Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1910 - Sept. Macdowell Festivals At Peterboro, N. H., Instituted Under The Auspices Of The Macdowell Memorial Association.
1910 - Gatti-casazza Became Sole Director Of The Metropolitan Opera House, On The Withdrawal Of Andreas Dippel.
1910 - Philadelphia-chicago Opera Company Formed With Andreas Dippel As Manager.
1911 - Jan. 3. G. Enesco's Suite For Orchestra (op. 9) Given By The Philharmonic Orchestra, New York City.
1911 - Jan. 6. Debussy's "iberia" (second Of The Third Series Of "images") Given By The Philharmonic Society In, New York City. Also Chabrier's "ode A La Musique."
1911 - Jan. 20. Leo Blech's Opera "versiegelt" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1911 - Jan. 25. Saint-saens's "ouverture De Fete"; G. Lekew's "adagio For Strings"; Rhene-baton's "variations" For Pianoforte And Orchestra; P. Dukas's Overture To "polyeucte"; H. Woollett's "siberia" For Saxophone And Orchestra (written For Mrs. R. J. Hall...
1911 - Jan. 27. Production Of Arthur Foote's Serenade In E Major For Strings, By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Jan. 28. Gernsheim's Tone Poem "to A Drama" (op. 82) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Feb. 3. Paul Dukas's Opera "ariana Et Barbe Bleue" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Geraldine Farrar In The Title Role.
1911 - Feb. 5. Paul Dukas's Symphony In C Given By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1911 - Feb. 11. Scharwenka's Fourth Pianoforte Concerto (f Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra With The Composer As Soloist.
1911 - Feb. 15. Dvo[vr]ak's Posthumous Symphony Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1911 - Feb. 16. Rachmaninof's "fantasia" For Two Pianos And Orchestra Given By The New York Symphony Society.
1911 - Feb. 17. Enesco's Symphony In E Flat Major Given By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1911 - Feb. 25. Production Of Victor Herbert's Opera "natoma" By The Chicago-philadelphia Opera Company In Philadelphia, With Mary Garden, L. Grenville, And John Mccormack In The Leading Roles.
1911 - Feb. 27. F. Stock's Suite For String Orchestra Given By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Feb. 27. J. Stransky's "symphonic Song" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1911 - Feb. Symphony By F. Delius Produced By The New York Symphony Society.
1911 - Mar. 3. Chabrier's Unfinished Opera "briseis" Given, In Concert Form, By The Macdowell Chorus In New York City.
1911 - Mar. 3. Victor Kolar's Symphonic Poem "hiawatha" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1911 - Mar. 4. R. Mandl's "overture To A Gascon Comedy" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Mar. 6. A. Perelli's Opera "a Lover's Quarrel" Given At Philadelphia.
1911 - Mar. 11. Sinigaglia's Overture "le Baruffe Chiozzotte" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Mar. 14. Production Of The Opera "mona," Libretto By Brian Hooker And Music By H. W. Parker, At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1911 - Mar. 24. Wolf-ferrari's Opera "the Secret Of Suzanne" Presented By The Philadelphia-chicago Opera Company In Philadelphia.
1911 - Mar. 25-30. Brahms Festival Held In New York City By The Symphony And Oratorio Societies.
1911 - Mar. 25. Jean Nougues's Opera "quo Vadis" Presented In Philadelphia By The Chicago-philadelphia Opera Company.
1911 - April. The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra Visited New York For The First Time, As Guest Of The Philharmonic Society.
1911 - April 10. Felix Woyrsch's Mystery For Soli, Chorus, Orchestra And Organ, "toedtentanz" Given By The Apollo Musical Society In Chicago.
1911 - April 15. Production Of G. W. Chadwick's "suite Symphonique" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - April 22. Production Of Arthur S. Curry's Symphonic Poem "attala" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1911 - May 19. Death, In Vienna, Of Gustav Mahler, Conductor Of The Philharmonic Orchestra Of New York City.
1911 - June 6. Production Of Horatio Parker's "collegiate Overture," And Henry K. Hadley's Symphony, "north, South, East And West," By The Litchfield County Choral Union At Norfolk, Conn., Under The Direction Of The Composers.
1911 - Aug. 10. Production Of Henry K. Hadley's Tone Poem "the Atonement Of Pan" By The Bohemian Club At San Francisco, Cal.
1911 - Sept. 27. Max Reger's "the Nuns" Given At The Worcester (mass.) Festival.
1911 - Oct. 7. Production Of Max Reger's "a Comedy Overture" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Oct. 28. Granville Bantock's Poem "dante And Beatrice" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, And At The Same Concert Efrem Zimbalist, Violinist, Made His American Debut, Playing Glazunof's Concerto (op. 82).
1911 - Nov. 2. Josef Stransky Made His Appearance As Conductor Of The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1911 - Nov. 2. Aeolian Hall (new York City) Opened With A Recital By Gottfried Galston, Pianist.
1911 - Nov. 4. Margarete Matzenauer Made Her American Debut As Aida At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1911 - Nov. 18. Ludwig Thuille's Opera "lobetanz" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Gadski, Jadlowker, Etc.
1911 - Nov. 18. Grieg's "old Norwegian Romance" With Variations, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Nov. 24. Elgar's Second Symphony (e Flat) Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Nov. 25. Balakiref's Overture On The Theme Of A Spanish March Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1911 - Nov. 26. Laucella's Symphonic Poem "consalvo" Produced By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1911 - Dec. 10. Debut Of Arthur Shattuck, Pianist, In The Rachmaninof Concerto, With The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1911 - Dec. 11. Liszt's Oratorio "the Legend Of St. Elizabeth" Given By The Macdowell Chorus At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1911 - Dec. 17. Production Of J. Van Der Pals's Two Symphonic Pieces "autumn" And "spring" By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1911 - Dec. 28. Weingaertner's Third Symphony (e Major) Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1911 - A Symphony Orchestra Formed In Kansas City, Mo., Under Carl Busch.
1911 - Symphony Orchestra In San Francisco, Cal., Formed, And Henry K. Hadley Appointed Conductor.
1912 - Jan. 3. Wolf Ferrari's Opera "le Donne Curiose" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Farrar, Maubourg, Jadlowker, Scotti And Didur.
1912 - Jan. 7. American Debut Of Wilhelm Bachaus, Pianist, In Beethoven's "emperor" Concerto, With The Symphony Society, New York City.
1912 - Jan. 9. American Debut Of Elena Gerhardt, Lieder Singer In New York City.
1912 - Jan. 10. American Debut Of Vanni Marcoux, French Baritone, As Golaud In "pelleas Et Melisande" At The Boston Opera House.
1912 - Jan. 16. Production Of P. G. Clapp's Prelude "in Summer" By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Jan. 16. Wolf-ferrari's Opera "the Jewels Of The Madonna" Given At The Auditorium By The Chicago Opera Company, With Carolina White In The Leading Role, Sammarco, Dufau, Daddi, Etc., Assisting.
1912 - Jan. 26. Production Of F. S. Converse's Symphonic Poem "ormazd" By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Jan. 26. Delius's Tone Poem "in A Summer Garden" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - Jan. 27. Massenet's Opera "don Quichotte" Presented At The French Opera House, New Orleans, La.
1912 - Feb. 2. Production Of Geo. F. Boyle's "pianoforte Concerto In D Minor" By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With Ernest Hutcheson As Soloist.
1912 - Feb. 4. Production Of Two Symphonic Sketches From F. Stahlberg's "im Hochland," By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - Feb. 11. Production Of Mary Lawrence Townsend's "serenade" By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1912 - Feb. 12. Debussy's Mystery "le Martyre De St. Sebastien" Given By The Macdowell Chorus, In New York City.
1912 - Feb. 14. American Debut Of Lucille Marcel As Tosca, In Boston.
1912 - Feb. 16. Victor Kolar's Symphonic Poem "a Fairy Tale" Produced By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1912 - Mar. 3. Saint-saens's "hymn To Pallas Athene" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1912 - Mar. 11. F. Schmitt's "rhapsodie Viennoise" (production); P. Gaubert's "poeme Elegiaque" For Saxophone And Orchestra (production Written For And Played By Mrs. R. J. Hall); A. Roussel's "poeme De La Foret" (production); Roger Ducasse's "petit Suite" ...
1912 - Mar. 15. J. G. Mraczek's "symphonic Burlesque" For Grand Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Mar. 16. Production Of F. Stahlberg's "symphonic Scherzo" By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - Mar. 25. Brahms's "triumphlied" For Chorus And Orchestra Given In New York City.
1912 - April 7. Max Reger's "romantic" And "ballet" Suites, Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - April 8. First Appearance In America Of The London (england) Symphony Orchestra, A. Nikisch, Conductor, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1912 - April 14. Production Of P. G. Clapp's "dramatic Poem," By The Pierian Sodality Of Harvard University, At The Hotel Astor, New York City.
1912 - April 14. Monteverde's Opera "orfeo" Given In Concert Form At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Rita Fornia, M. Duchene, Anna Case, H. Weil, H. Witherspoon And Basil Ruysdael.
1912 - May. Production Of Arne Oldberg's "symphonic Variations" At The North Shore Festival, Evanston, Ill.
1912 - May 16. Production Of Wm. Berwald's Overture "walthari" By The New York Symphony Orchestra, Walter Damrosch, Conductor, At The Central New York Music Festival, Syracuse, N. Y.
1912 - June 4. Production Of G. W. Chadwick's Symphonic Fantasie "aphrodite" By The Litchfield County Choral Union, At Norfolk, Conn.
1912 - June 5. Production Of Henry F. Gilbert's "negro Rhapsody," Also Coleridge Taylor's Concerto For Violin, His "negro Air" For Solo Violin And Orchestra, And "a Tale Of Old Japan," By The Litchfield County Choral Union, At Norfolk, Conn.
1912 - Oct. Leopold Stokowski, Having Severed His Connection With The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra In March, Appeared As Conductor Of The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Oct. 30. A. Schoenberg's "five Pieces For Orchestra" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Oct. 30. E. Schelling's "legende Symphonique" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Nov. 4. Debut Of Titta Ruffo As The Duke In "rigoletto," With The Chicago-philadelphia Company At Philadelphia, Pa.
1912 - Nov. 7. Delius's Symphonic Poem "life's Dance" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Nov. 7. Goldmark's Opera "das Heimchen Am Herd" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, With Maggie Teyte, Mabel Riegelman, Helen Stanley, Riccardo Martin, And Henri Scott, In The Leading Parts, And Arnold Winternitz Conducting.
1912 - Nov. 8. Maurice Ravel's Orchestral Suite "ma Mere L'oye" Given At A Concert In Aeolian Hall, New York City. And At The Same Concert William Becher's "pianoforte Concerto" Was Produced.
1912 - Nov. 13. R. Strauss's "festival Prelude" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - Nov. 14. Weingaertner's "lustige Overture" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - Nov. 15. Dr. Ernest Kunwald Appeared As Conductor Of The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Nov. 16. Ernest Fanelli's Symphonic Pictures "thebes" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1912 - Nov. 19. Max Reger's "concerto In Ancient Style" Given At The Waldorf-astoria Hotel, New York City, By The Philharmonic Society.
1912 - Nov. 21. Bruckner's Sixth Symphony (a Major), And Korngold's "overture To A Play," Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1912 - Nov. 21. Ippolitof-ivanof's "armenian Rhapsodie," Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra At Its Tenth Anniversary Concert In New York City.
1912 - Dec. 3. Cornelius Dopper's Third Symphony "rembrandt" (in C Minor) Given By The St. Paul (minn.) Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Dec. 3. Louis Koemmenich Made His First Appearance As Conductor Of The Oratorio Society Of New York City, At A Performance Of "elijah," On The Resignation Of Frank Damrosch.
1912 - Dec. 6. G. Fitelberg's Tone Poem "das Lied Vom Falken" Given By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Dec. 13. Production Of David S. Smith's Symphony In F Minor By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Dec. 14. Borodin's Second Symphony (d Minor) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Dec. 21. Klughardt's "concerto For Violoncello" (op. 59) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1912 - Dec. 27. American Debut Of Frieda Hempel, Noted Soprano, As Marguerite In "les Huguenots" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1912 - Dec. 29. The "jena Symphony" (ascribed To Beethoven, And Discovered In The Archives Of The University Of Jena) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra. This Work Was Played Publicly For The First Time At St. Petersburg, Dec. 1911.
1912 - Philharmonic Society Of New York Reorganized In Such A Manner As To Secure The Pulitzer Bequest Of $500,000.
1913 - Jan. 11. Joseph Holbrooke's Symphonic Poem "queen Mab" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Jan. 16. Arensky's "serenade" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1913 - Jan. 16. American Debut Of Max Pauer, Noted Pianist, In New York City.
1913 - Jan. 25. Production Of Gustav Strube's Symphonic Poems "narcissus" And "echo" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Feb. 6. Zandonai's Opera "conchita" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, With Tarquina Tarquini In The Title Role, By The Philadelphia-chicago Opera Company.
1913 - Feb. 15. Ernest Lendvai's "symphony In D Major" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Feb. 20. Perelli's Opera "a Lover's Quarrel" Given By The Chicago-philadelphia Company, In Philadelphia, With Zepelli, Sammarco, And Berat.
1913 - Feb. 24. Wilhelm Kienzl's Opera "les Ranz Des Vaches" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, By The Chicago-philadelphia Opera Company.
1913 - Feb. 27. Production Of Walter Damrosch's Opera "cyrano De Bergerac" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Amito And Frances Alda In The Leading Roles, And Alfred Hertz Conducting.
1913 - Feb. 27. Production Of J. Stransky's Two Symphony Songs, "moonrise" And "requiem," By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1913 - Mar. 2. Sibelius's Symphony No. 4 Given By The New York Symphony Society.
1913 - Mar. 8. Vivaldi's "concerto In G Minor" For Violin, Organ And Orchestra, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Mar. 8. Louis Aubert's Opera "la Foret Bleue" Given At The Boston Opera House With Carmen Melis, Bernice Fisher, Elizabeth Amsden, Jeska Swartz, Riddez And Potter. Caplet Conducting.
1913 - Mar. 8. Mussorgsky's Opera "boris Godunof" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Anna Case, Jeanne Maubourg, Louise Homer, Paul Althouse And Didur.
1913 - Mar. 23. Leoncavallo's Opera "zingari" Presented By The Chicago Opera Company, Conducted By The Composer, At Chicago.
1913 - Mar. 28. O. Taubmann's "a Choral Service" Given By The Oratorio Society, New York City.
1913 - April 17. R. Strauss's "der Abend" (16 Parts), And Granville Bantock's Choral Symphony "atalanta In Calydon" (20 Parts), Also Percy Grainger's "folk Tune Settings," Given By The Macdonell Chorus In New York City.
1913 - June 3. Production Of Edgar S. Kelley's Second Symphony "new England" By The Litchfield County Choral Union At Norfolk, Conn.
1913 - Oct. 2. G. Pierne's Oratorio "st. Francis Of Assisi" Given At The Worcester (mass.) Festival.
1913 - Nov. 11. Florent Schmitt's Drame Muet "la Tragedie De Salome" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Nov. 14. Jaernefelt's "praeludium" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1913 - Nov. 20. Franchetti's Opera "cristoforo Colombo" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, By The Chicago-philadelphia Opera Company, With Rosa Raisa, Titta Ruffo, And Bassi In The Leading Roles, And Campanini Conducting.
1913 - Nov. 21. Production Of Gustav Strube's Symphonic Poem "loreley" By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Nov. 21. Arthur Hinton's Second Symphony (c Minor) Given By The Minneapolis (minn.) Symphony Orchestra.
1913 - Nov. 28. Operatic Debut Of Sophie Braslau (contralto) At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, As Prince Feodor In "boris Godounov."
1913 - Nov. 28. F. Arbos's "guajiras" For Violin And Orchestra Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, With Bonarios Grimson As Soloist.
1913 - Dec. 5. H. Fevrier's Opera "monna Vanna" Presented At The Boston Opera House, With Mary Garden, Jeska Swartz, L. Muratore And Vanni Marcoux.
1913 - Dec. 9. R. Strauss' Opera "der Rosenkavalier" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Frieda Hempel, M. Ober, H. Weil, Carl Joern And Otto Goritz. Hertz Conducting.
1913 - Dec. 12. Elgar's Symphonic Study "falstaff" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1913 - Dec. 18. F. Schmitt's "psaulme Xlvi" Given By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1913 - Dec. 27. Ravel's Fantasy "juon" And "vaegtervise" (watchman's Song) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Jan. 2. Albert Roussel's Evocation "la Ville Rose" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Jan. 2. Montemezzi's Opera "l'amore Di Tre Re" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Boni, Braslau, Amato And Didur. Toscanini Conducting.
1914 - Jan. 6. W. Stenhammer's "midwinter" Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Jan. 16. Gabriel Pierne's Orchestration Of C. Franck's "prelude, Chorale, And Fugue" For Pianoforte, Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1914 - Jan. 20. R. Zandonai's "o Padre Nostro" For Male Voices, Organ And Orchestra, From "purgatory," Given By The Schola Cantorum In New York City.
1914 - Jan. 24. Production Of Victor Herbert's One-act Opera "madeline" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Alda, Sparkes, Althouse, Segurola And Pini-corsi.
1914 - Jan. 25. Production Of G. Huee's "fantasie" For Flute And Orchestra, With G. Barrere As Soloist; Also V. Kolar's "suite" For Orchestra, And Lekew's "adagio" For Strings, By The Symphony Society In New York City.
1914 - Feb. 6. Production Of M. Kernochan's Cantata "the Foolish Virgins" By The Orange Musical Art Society At East Orange, N. J.
1914 - Feb. 12. J. G. Ropartz's Symphonic Etude "the Hunt Of Prince Arthur" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1914 - Feb. 17. Spendiarof's Symphonic Poem "the Three Palms" Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City.
1914 - Feb. 19. Production Of Mabel W. Daniels's "the Guests Of Sleep" By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1914 - Feb. 26. Vittorio Gnecchi's Opera "cassandra" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, By The Chicago-philadelphia Opera Company, With Rosa Raisa, J. Claussen, And Dalmores. Sturani, Conductor.
1914 - Feb. 26. Charpentier's Opera "julien" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Farrar, Caruso, And Gilly.
1914 - Mar. 7. Production Of Otto Urack's First Symphony (e Major) By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1914 - Mar. 14. Production Of R. Goldmark's Tone Poem "samson" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Mar. 25. Wolf-ferrari's Opera "l'amore Medico" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With L. Boni, B. Alten, L. Rothier, Pini-corsi, Segurola. Toscanini Conducting.
1914 - April 2. Production Of Francis Pauly's Pianoforte Concerto In E Flat, By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, With Florence Pauly As Soloist.
1914 - April 3. Production Of Eric Korngold's Sinfonietta (op. 5) By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - April 5. Production Of Wm. Berwald's Cantata "the Seven Last Words Of Christ" By The St. Thomas Church Choir, New York City. Tertius Noble, Organist And Director.
1914 - April 11. Production Of P. G. Clapp's "symphony In E Minor" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1914 - April 19. The Fort Worth (texas) Symphony Orchestra Organized Under Carl Venth. Produced Several Works By American Composers, Including Carl Venth's "prologue To An Indian Drama."
1914 - April 25. Reznicek's Symphonishes Lebensbild "schlemihl" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - May 28. Production Of "cahokia," The Pageant And Masque Of St. Louis (music By F. S. Converse), At Forest Park, St. Louis, Mo.
1914 - June 2. Production Of H. K. Hadley's Tone Poem "lucifer" At The Litchfield County Choral Union Festival, Norfolk, Conn., Conducted By The Composer.
1914 - June. Production Of Coleridge Taylor's Orchestral Rhapsody "from The Prairie" (arthur Mees, Conductor), And J. Sibelius's Orchestral Tone Poem "aalloteret," By The Litchfield County Choral Union, At Norfolk, Conn., Conducted By The Composer.
1914 - Aug. 20. Production Of Arthur Nevin's Suite "love Dreams" At The Macdowell Festival, Peterboro, N. H.
1914 - Aug. Henry F. Gilbert's Music To Synge's Play "riders To The Sea" Produced At A Macdowell Festival, Peterboro, N. H., Conducted By The Composer.
1914 - Oct. 23. Roussel's Ballet Pantomime "le Festin De L'araignee" Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1914 - Oct. 23. Dohnanyi's Suite For Orchestra (op. 19) Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Oct. 24. Ropartz's Fourth Symphony (c Major) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Nov. 6. Hugo Alfven's Third Symphony (e Minor) Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - Nov. 29. Symphonic Fragment From Ravel's Ballet "daphnis And Chloe" Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1914 - Dec. 13. Hugo Alfven's "festspel-polonaise" Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1914 - American Symphony Orchestra Organized In Chicago With Glenn Dillard Gunn As Conductor.
1914 - Great Organ With 7000 Pipes Installed At The Pan-american Exposition In San Francisco, Cal.
1915 - Jan. 4. F. Leoni's Opera "l'oracolo" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Bori, Braslau, Scotti And Didur.
1915 - Jan. 8. Theophile Ysaye's "fantasia On A Popular Walloon Theme" Given By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - Jan. 17. First Public Performance Of Edmund Severn's Violin Concerto In D Minor Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With Max Pilser As Soloist.
1915 - Jan. 25. Production Of U. Giordano's Opera "madame Sans-gene" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Geraldine Farrar, Leonora Sparkes, Amato, Martinelli, And Segurola. Toscanini Conducting.
1915 - Jan. 30. Notable Revival Of Beethoven's Opera "fidelio" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Matzenauer And Urlus In The Leading Roles.
1915 - Jan. 31. Roger Ducasse's "la Jolie Jeu De Furet" Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1915 - Jan. 31. Production Of Henry Burck's "meditation" For Strings; And Nicola Laucella's "prelude And Temple Dance" Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1915 - Feb. 5. S. Stojowski's Suite For Orchestra In E Flat Major Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1915 - Feb. 13. S. E. Bortkiewitch's Pianoforte Concerto In B Flat Major Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City, With Margaret Volovy As Soloist.
1915 - Feb. 22. F. Cowen's Oratorio "the Veil" Given By The Apollo Musical Society In Chicago.
1915 - Mar. 19. Production Of John Alden Carpenter's Orchestral Suite "adventures In A Perambulator" By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - Mar. 19. Production Of Scriabin's "poem Of Fire--prometheus" By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City. (had Been Played In Chicago Mar. 5, But Without Effects Of Light.)
1915 - Mar. 27. First Of Reger's "four Tone Poems" For Orchestra (after Boecklin) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - April 3. F. Klose's Prelude And Double Fugue For Organ, With Choral For Trumpets And Trombones, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - June 3. Production Of G. W. Chadwick's Ballade For Orchestra "tam O'shanter" At The Litchfield County Choral Union Festival, Norfolk, Conn.
1915 - June. Production Of F. A. Stock's Violin Concerto, Under Direction Of The Composer, With Efrem Zimbalist As Soloist, And C. V. Stanford's "pianoforte Concerto In G Major" (first Time In America) With Harold Bauer As Soloist, At The Litchfield County ...
1915 - Summer. Walter Damrosch's Incidental Music To The Greek Play "iphigenia In Aulis" Produced At The Greek Theatre, Berkeley, Cal. (was Given In New York Dec. 15 The Same Year.)
1915 - July 1. Production Of H.w. Parker And Brian Hooker's Opera "fairyland" At Los Angeles, Cal. This Opera Won The Prize Offered By The Los Angeles Opera Association.
1915 - Aug. 7. Production Of Edward F. Schneider's Opera "apollo" At Bohemian Grove, Cal.
1915 - Oct. 22. Further Excerpts From Ravel's Ballet "daphnis And Chloe" Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1915 - Nov. 5. F. Delius's "a Dance Rhapsody" Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - Nov. 5. Arnold Schoenberg's "kammer Symphonie" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - Nov. 9. Production Of Clarence Loomis's Pianoforte Concerto By The American Symphony Orchestra, Chicago, With Glenn Dillard Gunn As Soloist.
1915 - Nov. 9. Production Of Carlo Minetti's Aria For Tenor And Orchestra, With George Hamlin As Soloist, By The American Symphony Orchestra In Chicago. This Work Won A Prize Offered By George Hamlin.
1915 - Nov. 18. Schoenberg's Symphonic Poem "pelleas Et Melisande" Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City.
1915 - Nov. 26. Delius's Pianoforte Concerto In C Minor Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City, With Percy Grainger As Soloist.
1915 - Dec. 9. Saint-saens's Opera "dejanire" Presented By The Chicago Opera Company With Carmen Melis, De Cisneros, And Muratore. Campanini Conducting.
1915 - Dec. 30. Borodin's Opera "prince Igor" Given At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With F. Alda, F. Perini, Amato, Segurola, And Didur. Polacco Conducting.
1915 - Dec. 31. Production Of Edward B. Hill's Symphonic Poem "the Parting Of Lancelot And Guinevere" By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1915 - Dec. 31. Schelling's Theme And Variations For Orchestra "impressions, From An Artist's Life," Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra With The Composer As Soloist.
1915 - The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra Reorganized With Alfred Hertz As Conductor.
1915 - The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Organized With Gustav Strube As Conductor.
1916 - Jan. 7. Duka's Dance Poem "la Peri," Given By The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, A. Hertz Conducting.
1916 - Jan. 10. Massenet's Opera "cleopatre" Presented By The Chicago Opera Company At The Auditorium With M. Kuznetsof In The Title Role.
1916 - Jan. 15. Stravinsky's "first Symphony" (e Flat) Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra In New York City.
1916 - Jan. 20. Fibich's Idyll For Orchestra "at Evening" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1916 - Jan. 23. F. Schmitt's "pupazzi" Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1916 - Jan. 28. Production Of E. Granados's Opera "goyescas" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Anna Fitziu, F. Perini, Martinelli, And De Luca. Bavagnoli Conducting.
1916 - Feb. 4. Production Of F. Stahlberg's Suite For Orchestra (op. 53) Given By The Philharmonic Society Of New York City.
1916 - Feb. 5. Centennial Anniversary Performance Of Rossini's Opera "the Barber Of Seville" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Madame Barrientos As Rosina.
1916 - Feb. 6. Production Of Seth Bingham's Suite For Orchestra By The Philharmonic Society Of New York City.
1916 - Feb. 11. Production Of Arthur Shepherd's Overture "the Festival Of Youth" By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1916 - Feb. 17. Rimsky's-korsakof's "serbian Fantaisie" And G. Huee's Suite "croquois D'orient" Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City.
1916 - Feb. 18. Production Of Daniel Gregory Mason's First Symphony (c Minor) By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1916 - Mar. 3. Gustav Mahler's "giant Symphony" (eighth) Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra With More Than One Thousand Performers.
1916 - Mar. 10. Production Of J. A. Carpenter's "concertino" By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, With Percy Grainger As Pianist.
1916 - April 23. Victor Louis Saar's "suite Rococo" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1916 - April 25. R. Strauss's "alpine Symphony" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1916 - April 25. Production Of Franz C. Bornschein's Cantata "onawa" At The Tri-city Musical Festival At Paterson, N. J. (this Work Won The Prize Offered By The New Jersey Choral Society.)
1916 - May 4. V. D'indy's Prize Choral Work "le Chant De La Cloche" Given By The Cecilia Society In Boston.
1916 - July 12-16. Production At The Seattle Festival Of State Federation Of Musical Clubs Of C. W. Cadman's Symphonic Fantasy "to A Vanishing Race" And J. H. Howe's "festival Overture."
1916 - Oct. 16. Ernest Bloch's Two Poems, "winter" And "spring," Played At The 44th St. Theatre, New York City. (they Were Given By The New Symphony Orchestra, New York City, On Nov. 5, 1919.)
1916 - Oct. 20. Schelling's "violin Concerto" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra With Fritz Kreisler As Soloist.
1916 - Oct. 26. J. M. Ravel's "valses Nobles Et Sentimentales" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1916 - Oct. 29. C. S. Skilton's "two Indian Dances," (1) "deer Dance" (rogue River, Ore.), And (2) "war Dance" (cheyenne), Produced By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. (they Had Been Played As A String Quartet In January By The Zoellner Quartet.)
1916 - Nov. 13. Bizet's Opera "les Pecheurs Des Perles" Presented Entire At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City. (two Acts Were Given In 1897.)
1916 - Nov. 18. American Debut Of Amelita Galli-curci, As Gilda In "rigoletto" With The Chicago Opera Company In Chicago. L. Campanini Conducting.
1916 - Nov. 24. Michael Dvorsky's Symphonic Duologue For Pianoforte And Orchestra, Produced By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra With Josef Hofmann (m. Dvorsky) As Soloist.
1916 - Nov. 25. Gluck's Opera "iphigenia In Tauris" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Melanie Kurt, Marie Rappold, L. Sparkes, Sembach, Weil.
1916 - Nov. 26. Elgar's Adagio "sospiri," For Strings, Harps, And Organ, Given By The Symphony Society Of New York City; Also Sinigaglia's "etude Caprice" For Strings.
1916 - Dec. 3. M. Ravel's "introduction Et Allegro" For Harp, Strings, Quartet, Flute And Clarinet, Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1916 - Dec. 14. Gustav Mahler's "lied Von Der Erde" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1916 - Dec. 22, Zandonai's Opera "francesca Da Rimini" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1917 - Jan. 12. Sibelius's Symphonic Fantasy "polyola's Daughter," And His Symphonic Poem "night Ride And Sunrise" (op. 53), Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - Jan. 18. Leo Sowerby's "come Autumn Time" Produced At A Concert In Orchestral Hall, Chicago, Conducted By Eric De Lamarter.
1917 - Jan. 19. Ballantine's Symphonic Poem "the Eve Of St. Agnes" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - Jan. 26. Percy Grainger's "the Warriors" Given By The Symphony Society At Aeolian Hall, New York City, With The Composer At The Pianoforte.
1917 - Feb. 2. Widor's Symphony No. 3 (in E Minor) For Organ And Orchestra Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With Gilbert Spross As Soloist.
1917 - Mar. 8. Reginald De Koven's Opera "the Canterbury Pilgrims" Produced At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Ober, Althouse, Ruysdael, And Sembach.
1917 - Mar. 23. The First Of E. Bloch's "trois Poems Juifs" (op. 133), "dance," "rite," And "cortege Funebre," Presented By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - Feb. 6. E. De Lamarter's "the Fable Of The Hapless Folktune" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - April 6. Philip Greeley Clapp's Symphony In E Flat Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - April 13. Debussy's "gigues" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - April 15. Adolf Brune's Overture "a Twilight Picture" Produced By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - April 20. Noren's Symphony "vita" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - April 27. F. S. Converse's Tone Poem "ave Atque Vale" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - May 3. Ernest Bloch's "two Psalms," For Soprano And Orchestra, Given In New York City.
1917 - June. Production Of The Following Works By The Litchfield County Choral Union At Norfolk, Conn.: Nicola Laucella's Symphonic Impressions "whitehouse" Under The Direction Of The Composer. John Alden Carpenter's Symphony "sermons In Stones" Conducted B...
1917 - Oct. 7. First Concert Of The Chicago Philharmonic Orchestra, Recently Organized, Under Arthur Dunham, Conductor.
1917 - Oct. 26. Mozart's Operetta "bastien Et Bastienne" Presented At The Empire Theatre, New York City, Under Albert Reiss.
1917 - Oct. 27. American Debut Of Jascha Heifetz, Russian Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1917 - Nov. 12. Mascagni's Opera "isabeau" Presented At The Auditorium, Chicago, By The Chicago Opera Association, With Rosa Raisa, Jeska Swartz, Crimi, Rimini, Maguenat, And Nicolay. Campanini Conducting.
1917 - Nov. 17. S. M. Liapounov's Second Concerto For Pianoforte Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City, With Tamara Labinova (debut) As Soloist.
1917 - Nov. 17. American Debut, As Conductor, Of Pierre Monteux, At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City,--a Matinee Performance Of "faust."
1917 - Nov. 19. Operatic Debut Of Anna Fitziu As Tosca With The Chicago Opera Association.
1917 - Nov. 29. Debut Of May Peterson As Michaela, In "carmen," At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1917 - Nov. 30. S. Palmgren's Second Symphony Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - Nov. 30. Max Bruch's Concerto For Two Pianofortes And Orchestra Given By The Philharmonic Society In New York City, With Rose And Ottilie Sutro As Pianists. (first Time In New York.)
1917 - Dec. 1. Operatic Debut Of Genevieve Vix As Manon With The Chicago Opera Association.
1917 - Dec. 6. Liszt's "twenty-third Psalm" Given With Chorus And Orchestra By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, Vernon Stiles, Soloist. J. Stransky, Conductor.
1917 - Dec. 6. Frederick Jacobi's Orchestral Suite "california" Produced At The Cort Theatre, San Francisco, Cal., By The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - Dec. 14. Widor's "prelude" For Organ, Three Trumpets, Three Trombones, And Kettledrums, Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1917 - Dec. 19. Henri Rabaud's Opera "marouf" Presented By The Metropolitan Opera Company, New York City, With F. Alda, K. Howard, De Luca, Rothier, De Segurola, T. Chalmers, Rossi. P. Monteux Conducting.
1917 - Dec. 26. Arthur Hadley's Opera "azora" Produced By The Chicago Opera Association, With Anna Fitziu, Cyrena Van Gordon, And F. Lamont. Conducted By The Composer.
1917 - Dec. 28. Henry K. Hadley Awarded The Hinshaw Prize For An Opera, "bianca," For Small Orchestra, Without Chorus.
1917 - A Symphony Orchestra Organized In New Orleans, La.
1917 - Dec. 27. Production Of Percy Mackaye And Arthur Farwell's Masque "the Evergreen Tree," By The Macdowell Club, Assisted By The Manuscript Society And Prospect Heights (brooklyn) Choral Society, In New York City.
1918 - Jan. 3. Liszt's Oratorio "st. Elizabeth" Presented In Operatic Form At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Florence Easton, M. Matzenauer, Clarence Whitehill, Schlegel, Leonard And Ruysdael. Bodansky Conducting.
1918 - Jan. 5. World Premiere Of Arthur Nevin's One-act Opera, "daughter Of The Forest," By The Chicago Opera Association, With Vix, Peralta, Lamont, And Godfrey. Conducted By The Composer.
1918 - Jan. 6. Hubay's Concerto For Violin And Orchestra Given By The Symphony Society, New York City, At Aeolian Hall, With E. Zimbalist As Soloist. Also, Kalikinnov's Second Symphony (in G Minor).
1918 - Jan. 10. E. Bloch's "trois Poemes Juifs"--"danse," "rite," And "cortege Funebre"--given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1918 - Jan. 12. Mascagni's Opera "lodoletta" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With G. Farrar, Lila Robeson, Caruso, De Segurola, Amato, Didur, And Cecil Arden. Moranzoni Conducting.
1918 - Jan. 12. American Debut Of Max Rosen, Violinist, In Goldmark's Violin Concerto In A Minor, With The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1918 - Jan. 18. Gliere's Third Symphony (b Minor) "ilia Mourometz" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, F. Stock Conducting.
1918 - Jan. 19. World Premiere Of Sylvio Lazzari's Opera, "le Sauteriot," By The Chicago Opera Association, With G. Vix, Carolina Lazzari, Myrna Sharlow, M. Claessens, Dalmores, Dufranne.
1918 - Jan. 19. Jurassorsky's Symphonic Poem "the Phantoms," Speniarov's Legend, "the Sermon Of Resia," Rachmaninov's "veralize" (arranged For Orchestra By M. Atshuler), Rimsky-korsakov's Four Tableaux From "le Coq D'or," And Slavinski's "the Shepherdess An...
1918 - Jan. 25. F. Borowski's "peintures Portrait D'une Jeune Fille," "le Jardin De Nuit," And "la Fete," Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1918 - Jan. 27. E. B. Hill's Orchestral Suite "stevensoniana" Produced By The Symphony Society, New York City. Walter Damrosch Conducting.
1918 - Jan. 31. American Debut Of Hipolito Lazari, Spanish Tenor, As The Duke In "rigoletto," At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1918 - Feb. 15. American Debut Of Mayer Wadler, American Violinist, In A Miscellaneous Program, At Acolian Hall, New York City.
1918 - Feb. 15. Production Of Leo Sowerby's Orchestral Suite, "set Of Four," By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1918 - Feb. 17. A. Chiaffarelli's "prelude And Fugue" Produced By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1918 - Feb. 21. Henri Verbrugghen, Noted Belgian Conductor, Appeared With The Russian Symphony Orchestra In Carnegie Hall, New York City, Conducting A Beethoven Program.
1918 - Mar. 2. Jeral's "concerto For Violoncello," With W. Willeke As Soloist, Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1918 - Mar. 6. Rimsky-korsakov's Opera "le Coq D'or" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Marie Sundelius As Le Coq, Sophie Braslau, Didur, Diaz, Audisio, Ruysdael, And Reschiglian. Monteux Conducting.
1918 - Mar. 8. E. Bloch's Symphony In C Sharp Minor Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1918 - Mar. 15. F. Stock's "overture To A Romantic Comedy" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1918 - Mar. 23. Tscherepin's Folklore "fire Bird" And "rhapsodie Negre," And John Powell's Suite, "the Fair," With The Composer At The Piano, Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1918 - Mar. 23. Henry F. Gilbert's Ballet Pantomime "the Dance In Place Congo" Produced At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City. P. Monteux Conducting.
1918 - Mar. 23. Charles Wakefield Cadman's Opera "shanewis" Produced At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Alice Gentle, Kathleen Howard, Marie Sundelius, Paul Althouse, And Chalmers. Moranzoni Conducting.
1918 - April. Eugene Ysaye, Noted Belgian Violinist, Appointed Conductor Of The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1918 - April 26. A. T. Davison's "tragic Overture" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra. Ernest Schmidt Conducting.
1918 - May. 9. Eugene Ysaye's Poem "exil," For String Orchestra Without Basses, Produced At The Cincinnati May Festival, Conducted By The Composer.
1918 - May 10. Edgar Stillman Kelley's Choral Work, "the Pilgrim's Progress," Produced At The Cincinnati May Festival.
1918 - May 30. David Stanley Smith's Oratorio "rhapsody Of St. Bernard" Produced At The North Shore Festival, Evanston, Ill., Under The Direction Of Peter C. Lutkin.
1918 - June. Ossip Gabrilovitsch, Noted Pianist, Appointed Conductor Of The Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
1918 - June 4. David Stanley Smith's Second Symphony (d Major). (played In New York By The Philharmonic Society Dec. 2.) Also G. W. Chadwick's "land Of Our Hearts" For Chorus And Orchestra, And Horatio Parker's Cantata "dream Of Mary," With Mabel Garrison A...
1918 - June 6. C. Villiers Stanford's Tone Poem "verdun" Given At Norfolk, Conn. (and By The Philharmonic Society New York Dec. 2).
1918 - Oct. 15. First Concert In America Of "le Societe Des Concerts Du Conservatoire De Paris," Andre Messager, Conductor, At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1918 - Oct. 18. A. Hadley's One-act Opera "bianca" Produced At The Park Theatre, New York City, With Maggie Teyte, Henri Scott, Craig Campbell, Howard White, And Carl Formes. (this Opera Won A Prize Offered By Wm. Hinshaw.)
1918 - Oct. 20. American Debut Of Alfred Cortot, Noted French Pianist, At A Concert Of "le Societe Des Concerts Du Conservatoire De Paris" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City. He Played The Fourth Concerto Of Saint-saens. M. Cortot's First Recita...
1918 - Nov. 3. American Debut Of Thelma Given, Violinist, At Carnegie Hall, New York City. The Program Included Conus's "concerto In E Minor," Kryjenovky's "russian Romance" (new), Achron's "hebrew Lullaby," And Halverson's "norwegian Dance" (new).
1918 - Nov. 9. Paul Vidal's "danses Tanagreennes" Given By The New York Symphony Society, New York City.
1918 - Nov. 11. American Debut Of B. Cousinou, Baritone, In "samson Et Delila" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1918 - Nov. 13. American Debut Of G. Crimi, Tenor, And Montesanto, Baritone, In "aida" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1918 - Nov. 13. American Debut Of Raoul Vidas, Violinist, In A Miscellaneous Program At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1918 - Nov. 14. Production Of Edgar Stillman Kelley's Song "a California Idyll" By The Symphony Society Of New York, With Mabel Garrison As Soloist.
1918 - Nov. 14. Roger-ducasse's Symphonic Poem "sarabande," For Orchestra And Invisible Choir, Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With Mr. Koemmenich's Chorus.
1918 - Nov. 15. Operatic Debut Of Rosa Ponselle, Soprano, As Donna Leonora In "la Forza Del Destino," At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1918 - Nov. 16. Daniel Gregory Mason's "four Songs--russians," For Baritone And Orchestra, Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, With R. Werrenrath As Soloist.
1918 - Nov. 17. David Stanley Smith's Suite For Orchestra, "impressions," Produced By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Emil Oberhoffer Conducting.
1918 - Nov. 30. Lekeu's "symphonic Fantasia On Two Popular Angevin Tunes" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1918 - Dec. 3. Leo Schulz's "american Rhapsody," For Violoncello And Orchestra, Produced By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With The Composer As Soloist.
1918 - Dec. 6. S. Prokofieff's First Concerto (in D Flat Major) For Pianoforte And Orchestra (with The Composer As Soloist), And His Scythian Suite, "ala And Lilli" (conducted By The Composer), Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1918 - Dec. 7. American Debut Of Alexandro Dolci, Italian Tenor, As Enzo In "la Gioconda," With The Chicago Opera Association, At The Auditorium, Chicago.
1918 - Dec. 8. A. De Greef's "four Old Flemish Folk Songs" For Orchestra, Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1918 - Dec. 8. Vittore Di Sabata's Symphonic Suite, Given By The New York Symphony Society.
1918 - Dec. 11. First Appearance Of Nicolai Sokolov As Conductor Of The Cleveland (o.) Symphony Orchestra.
1918 - Dec. 14. World Premiere Of Puccini's Three One-act Operas, "il Tabarro," "gianni Schecchi," And "suor Angelica," At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Farrar, Muzio, Easton, Crimi, De Luca, And Montesanto. Moranzoni Conducting.
1918 - Dec. 26. Lili Boulanger's Cantata, "faust Et Helene," Given At A Concert Of The New York Symphony Society At Carnegie Hall, With Julia Claussen As Helene, Craig Campbell As Faust, And Edgar Schofield As Mephisto. (composed At The Age Of 19, And Won G...
1919 - Jan. 5. Felix Borowski's "elegie Symphonique" Given By The New York Symphony Society At Aeolian Hall, New York City.
1919 - Jan. 14. World Premiere Of Fevrier's Opera "gismonda" By The Chicago Opera Association, With Mary Garden, E. Fontaine, Maguenat And Journet. Campanini Conducting.
1919 - Jan. 17. Catalani's Opera "loreley" Presented By The Chicago Opera Association, With Anna Fitziu, Florence Macbeth, A. Dolci, V. Lazzari, And C. Rimini. Polacco Conducting.
1919 - Jan. 24. Xavier Leroux's Opera "la Reine Fiamette" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Farrar, Lazaro, Rothier And Didur. P. Monteux Conducting.
1919 - Jan. 25. Xavier Leroux's Opera "le Chemineau," Presented At The Auditorium By The Chicago Opera Association, With Yvonne Gall, Desire Defrere, Maguenat, Baklanov, And Huberdeau. Hasselmans Conducting.
1919 - Jan. 26. Humiston's Suite In F Sharp Minor Produced By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1919 - Jan. 28. American Debut Of Leopold Auer, Noted Russian Violinist And Teacher, At Aeolian Hall, New York City. He Played Beethoven's Violin Sonatas In C Minor (op. 30), G Major (op. 30) And A Major (op. 47).
1919 - Jan. 28. S. Rachmaninov's First Pianoforte Concerto Given By The Russian Symphony Orchestra, New York City, With The Composer As Soloist. M. Altschuler Conducting.
1919 - Jan. 30. R. Goldmark's "requiem" Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1919 - Jan. 30. Victor De Sabata's Symphonic Poem "juventus" Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1919 - Jan. 31. American Operatic Debut Of Charles Hackett, American Tenor, At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, As Count Almaviva In "il Barbiere."
1919 - Jan. 31. Chausson's Symphony In B Flat Major Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - Feb. 2. A. Casella's "films--war Pictures" Given By The Symphony Society, At Carnegie Hall, New York City. 1. Belgium--"heavy Artillery Passing." 2. France--"before The Ruins Of A Cathedral." 3. Alsatia--"the Wooden Cross." 4. Italy--"man-o'-war C...
1919 - Feb. 9. G. W. Chadwick's Symphonic Poem "the Angel Of Death" Produced By The Symphony Society, New York City, At A Concert Given In Memory Of Theodore Roosevelt.
1919 - Feb. 12. American Debut Of Winifred Christie, Noted English Pianist, At Aeolian Hall, New York City.
1919 - Feb. 13. O. Respighi's Symphonic Poem "fontane Di Roma" (fountains Of Rome) Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1919 - Feb. 14. Felix Borowski's Suite From The Ballet Pantomime "boudour" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra With The Composer Conducting.
1919 - Feb. 17. Stanley R. Avery's Overture To "the Taming Of The Shrew" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - Feb. 23. A. Weidig's Concert Overture (op. 65) Produced By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1919 - Feb. 28. F. Stock's "march And Hymn To Democracy" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - Mar. 2. Elgar's Two Songs, "carillon" And "le Drapeau Belge," For Orchestra And Narrator, Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, With Carlo Liten As Narrator.
1919 - Mar. 6. Harold Morris's Tone Poem (from Ms.) Produced By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1919 - Mar. 12. Joseph Breil's Opera "the Legend" Produced At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Rosa Ponselle, Kathleen Howard, Paul Althouse, And L. D'angelo In The Leading Roles; Also J. A. Hugo's Opera, "the Temple Dancer" With Florence E...
1919 - Mar. 14. Rosseter G. Cole's "pioneer" Overture Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Conducted By The Composer.
1919 - Mar. 17. Vincenzo Tommasini's "moonlights"; Two Pieces, "churches And Ruins" And "serenade," Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - Mar. 24. Griffes's "three Songs" For Soprano And Orchestra Produced By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra, With Marcia Van Dresser As Soloist.
1919 - Mar. 28. G. Faure's Prelude To The Opera "penelope" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - April 4. G. Francesco Malipieri's "pause Del Silenzio" (pauses Of Silence) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Henri Rabaud Conducting.
1919 - April 9. Ildebrando Pizzetti's Prelude To Act I Of "fedra" (d'annunzio) Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - April 11. Alberic Magnard's "hymn A La Justice" (op. 14) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - April 11. First Concert Of The Musicians' New Symphony Orchestra Of The New York Federation Of Musicians, Given At Carnegie Hall, New York City, Varese Conducting. (organized In February.)
1919 - April 18. R. Laparra's Poem On Four Popular Verses, "un Dimanche Basque," For Orchestra With Pianoforte, Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, With The Composer As Soloist. P. Monteux Conducting.
1919 - June. Charles T. Griffes's "the White Peacock" Produced At The Rivoli Theatre, New York City.
1919 - July 4. Arthur Farwell's "chant Of Victory" Produced At The Greek Theatre, Berkeley, Cal.
1919 - July 7. Samuel Gardner's Tone Poem, "new Russia," Produced At A Concert In The Stadium, New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1919 - Oct. 24. Vincent D'indy's "sinfonia Brevis De Bello Gallico" (no. 3. Op. 70) Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, P. Monteux Conducting.
1919 - Oct. 31. V. D'indy's Descriptive Symphony, "la Queste De Dieu" (the Search For God), From The Opera "la Legende De Saint-christophe," Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - Nov. 7. Michael Dvorsky's Tone Poem, "haunted Castle," Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1919 - Nov. 13. Vitaslev Novak's Symphonic Poem, "in The Tatra Mountains" (op. 26), Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City; Also B. Roger's Dirge, "to The Fallen."
1919 - Nov. 13. Vincent D'indy's Third Symphony; Also Duparc's "aux Etoiles," Debussy's "berceuse Heroique," And J. Turina's "la Procession Del Racio," Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1919 - Nov. 16. C. T. Griffes's "poem, For Flute And Orchestra," Produced By The Symphony Society, New York City, With G. Barrere As Soloist.
1919 - Nov. 18. Montemezzi's Opera "la Nave" Presented By The Chicago Opera Association, With Rosa Raisa, Lazzari, Dolci, And Rimini. The Composer Conducting.
1919 - Nov. 19. E. Delamarter's Suite From "the Betrothed" (maeterlinck) Produced At The Schubert Theatre, New York City, Theodore Spiering Conducting.
1919 - Nov. 21. Dvo[vr]ak's Third Symphony Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1919 - Nov. 28. Griffes's Symphonic Poem "the Pleasure-dome Of Kubla Khan" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, P. Monteux Conducting.
1919 - Nov. 29. Percy Grainger's Children's March, "over The Hills And Far Away," Given By The New York Symphony Society, With The Composer At The Pianoforte. (first Performance Of The Version For Orchestra.)
1919 - Nov. 29. American Debut Of Benno Moisevitch, Russian Pianist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1919 - Dec. 5. Albert Chiaffarelli's "prelude To A Merry Play" Produced (from Ms.) By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1919 - Dec. 10. American Debut Of Madame Besanzoni, Mezzo Soprano, As Delila, At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1919 - Dec. 11. Prokofieff's "classical Symphony" Produced By The Russian Symphony Orchestra (from Ms.) At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1919 - Dec. 19. C. T. Griffes's "notturno," "the White Peacock," "clouds," And "bacchanale" Produced By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. (n. B. "the White Peacock" Had Already Been Given At The Rivoli Theatre In June.)
1919 - Dec. 19. Sylvio Lazzari's Symphonic Picture, "impressions Of Night," Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1919 - Dec. 23. John Alden Carpenter's Ballet, "the Birthday Of The Infanta," Produced By The Chicago Opera Association.
1919 - Dec. 27. Albert Wolff's Opera "the Blue Bird" (maeterlinck) Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House. New York City, Conducted By The Composer. (maeterlinck Also Present.)
1919 - Dec. 28. American Debut Of Madame Wurmser-delcourt, Harpist, At A Concert Of The Symphony Society, New York City. (she Played, For The First Time In America, The Harp Chromatique.)
1920 - Jan. 2. Reginald De Koven's Opera "rip Van Winkle" Produced By The Chicago Opera Association, With E. Herbert, E. Darch, Baklanov, Dufranne, Cotreuil And Huberdeau. A. Smallens Conducting.
1920 - Jan. 2. Debussy's Dance Poem "jeux" Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Jan. 2. Fibich's Overture To The Merry Play, "a Night At Karluv-tyn," Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1920 - Jan. 5. Ravel's Opera "l'heure Espagnol" Presented By The Chicago Opera Association With Y. Gall, D. Defrere, Maguenat, Cotreuil And Warnery. Hasselmans Conducting.
1920 - Jan. 17. Leoncavallo's Opera "zaza" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Farrar, K. Howard, Crimi And Amato.
1920 - Jan. 19. Andre Messager's Opera "madame Chrysantheme" Presented By The Chicago Opera Association With Miura, Fontaine, Dufranne And Warnery. Hasselmans Conducting.
1920 - Jan. 21. American Debut Of Carlos Valderranea, Peruvian Pianist, In A Program Of Inca Music, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Jan. 23. Kalinnikov's Symphonic Poem, "the Fir Tree And The Palm," Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1920 - Jan. 30. F. Converse's Symphony In C Minor Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, P. Monteux Conducting.
1920 - Jan. 31. Arthur Hadley's Opera In Two Acts, "cleopatra's Night," Produced At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Frances Alda, Jeanne Gordon, Marie Tiffany, Orville Harold, V. Reschiglian, M. Picco And L. D'angelo. Gennaro Papi Conducti...
1920 - Feb. 1. Louis Aubert's "habanera" Given By The New York Symphony Society At Aeolian Hall, New York City.
1920 - Feb. 6. Hugo Riesenfeld's "overture In Romantic Style" Produced By The Philharmonic Society, New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1920 - Feb. 6. Rachmaninov's Third Symphony, "the Bells," For Soprano, Tenor, Bass And Chorus, With Orchestra, Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra With Florence Hinkle, Arthur Hackett, F. Patten, And A Chorus Trained By Stephen Townsend.
1920 - Feb. 13. Elgar's Variations, "enigma," Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Mar. 3. American Debut Of Sascha Culbertson, Violinist, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Mar. 5. Leo Sowerby's Pianoforte Concerto In F Major Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra With The Composer As Soloist. (n. B. As Originally Arranged, For Voice And Orchestra, It Was Given At A Concert At Orchestra Hall, Jan. 18, 1917.)
1920 - Mar. 19. A. Brune's Symphonic Poem, "a Fairy Tale," Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - April 2. Eric De Lamarter's Concerto In E Major For Organ, Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, With The Composer As Soloist.
1920 - April 16. Debussy's "fantasy" For Pianoforte And Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, With Alfred Cortot As Soloist.
1920 - May 25. Felix Borowski's Poeme "le Printemps Passionne" Produced At The North Shore Festival, Evanston, Ill., Conducted By The Composer.
1920 - Aug. 23. Charles Wakefield Cadman's Indian Music-drama, "the Sunset Trail," Produced By The California Theatre Ensemble At San Diego, Cal., Under Dr. H. J. Stewart.
1920 - Oct. 3. American Debut Of Michel Piastro, Russian Violinist, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Oct. Production Of Mortimer Wilson's Overture "new Orleans" At The Rialto Theatre, New York City, Conducted By The Composer. (this Work Won A Prize Of $500 Offered By Hugo Riesenfeld.)
1920 - Oct. 16. American Debut Of Josef Stopak, Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Oct. 22. G. Ropartz's "divertissement" For Orchestra Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra. P. Monteux Conducting.
1920 - Oct. 22. E. Goossens's "by The Tarn," For String Orchestra And Clarinet, Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Oct. 25. American Debut Of Michel Gusikov, Russian Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Oct. 29. A. Bax's "the Garden Of Fand" Produced By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra. F. Stock Conducting.
1920 - Oct. 29. E. B. Hill's Poem For Orchestra, "the Fall Of The House Of Usher," Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra. P. Monteux Conducting.
1920 - Nov. 2. American Debut Of Duci Karekjarto, Jugo-slavian Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Nov. 5. American Debut Of Cyril Scott, English Composer And Pianist, In A Concert With The Philadelphia Orchestra. He Played His "concerto In C," And Conducted His "two Passacaglias."
1920 - Nov. 5. Sabata's Symphonic Poem "juventus" Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Nov. 5. First Performance Of The Orchestral Version Of Ernest Bloch's "suite For Viola And Orchestra" (or Pianoforte) Given By The National Symphony Orchestra At Carnegie Hall, New York City, With Mr. Bailly As Soloist. (this Work Was Produced, With ...
1920 - Nov. 12. Gustav Strube's "four Preludes For Orchestra" Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Nov. 17. Premiere Of Marinuzzi's Opera "jacquerie" By The Chicago Opera Association, With Yvonne Gall, Olga Carrara, L. Olivieri, Desire Defrere, Vitto Trevisan, A. Paillard, S. Civai And T. Dentale. Conducted By The Composer.
1920 - Nov. 19. Albert Dupuis's Symphonic Fragments "jean Michel" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Nov. 21. J. Albeniz's Rhapsody "a Night In Seville" Given By The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Nov. 21. American Debut Of The Hungarian Pianist, Nyredghasi, In Chaikovsky's Pianoforte Concerto In B Flat, With The National Symphony Orchestra, At The Lexington Theatre, New York City.
1920 - Nov. 22. American Debut Of Vasa Prihoda, Czecho-slovak Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Nov. 26. Alfven's Second Symphony Given By The Philharmonic Society, New York City.
1920 - Nov. 23. J. A. Carpenter's "a Pilgrim Vision," Written To Celebrate The Tercentenary Of The Landing Of The "mayflower" Pilgrims, Produced By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Nov. 29. American Debut Of Daisy Kennedy (mrs. Benno Moisevitch), Australian Violinist, At Aeolian Hall, New York City.
1920 - Dec. 2. Riccardo Pick-mangialli's Symphonic Comedy "il Carillon Magico" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1920 - Dec. 5. First Concert Of The Newly Organized Civic Music Students' Orchestra, In Orchestral Hall, Chicago, Ill.
1920 - Dec. 5. Alfredo Casella's "the Venetian Convent" Given By The New York Symphony Orchestra, At The Academy Of Music, New York City.
1920 - Dec. 12. Edward F. Kurtz's March "victory" Given At A Popular Concert By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Dec. 13. Leoncavallo's Posthumous Opera "edipo Re" Produced By The Chicago Opera Association, With Titta Ruffo And Dorothy Francis In The Leading Parts. Marinuzzi Conducting.
1920 - Dec. 14. Samuel Gardner's Violin Concerto Produced By The Boston Symphony Orchestra At Providence, R. I., With The Composer As Soloist.
1920 - Dec. 23. Revival Of Verdi's Opera "don Carlos" At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Rosa Ponselle, Matzenauer, Martinelli, De Luca, And Didur.
1920 - Dec. 23. G. Francesco Malipiero's "impressioni Dal Vero." Part 1, "il Capinero" (the Blackcap), Part 2, "il Picchio" (the Woodpecker), Part 3, "il Chiu" (the Owl), Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Dec. 29. Revival Of Gay's "the Beggar's Opera" (the First Ballad Opera Performed In America) At The Greenwich Village Theatre, New York City, With Sylvia Nelis As Polly Peachum.
1920 - Dec. 30. Ralph Vaughan Williams's "a London Symphony" Given By The New York Symphony Society, When Albert Coates (noted English Conductor) Made His American Debut As Conductor.
1920 - Dec. 30. First Concert Of Toscanini's "la Scala" Orchestra, At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1920 - Dec. 31. Gustav Holst's Symphony, "the Planets," Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1920 - Dec. Adolph Tandler Appointed Conductor Of The Los Angeles (cal.) Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Jan. 9. American Debut Of Selma Kurtz, Viennese Soprano, In A Concert At The Hippodrome, New York City, In A Miscellaneous Program.
1921 - Jan. 13. Mary Garden Appointed Artistic Director Of The Chicago Opera Association.
1921 - Jan. 13. Production, From Ms., Of Josef Stransky's Two Songs For Voice And Orchestra, "thy Fragrant Hair," And "hymnus," By The Philharmonic Orchestra, New York City, With Margarete Matzenauer As Soloist.
1921 - Jan. 14. American Debut Of Ignaz Friedman, Pianist, In A Recital At Aeolian Hall, New York City.
1921 - Jan. 14. Francesca Malipiero's "grottesco," For Small Orchestra, Given By The National Symphony Orchestra, New York City. A. Bodansky Conducting.
1921 - Jan. 14. American Debut Of Alexander Schmuller, Russian Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1921 - Jan. 17. American Debut Of Izzy Mitnisky, Russian Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1921 - Jan. 19. American Debut Of Daisy Jean, Belgian Violoncellist, In A Recital At Aeolian Hall, New York City.
1921 - Jan. 19. Frank Bridge's Suite For String Orchestra, And Debussy's "jet D'eau" For Voice And Orchestra, Given By The Boston Musical Association, In Jordan Hall.
1921 - Feb. 2. National Symphony Orchestra Of New York Merged With The Philharmonic Orchestra, Under Josef Stransky.
1921 - Feb. 2. American Debut Of Erika Morini, Austro-italian Violinist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City, Supported By An Orchestra Under Bodansky. She Played The Mendelssohn Concerto And One By Vieuxtemps.
1921 - Feb. 3. Respighi's "suite Of Four Songs And Dances Of The Sixteenth Century" For The Lute (transcribed For Orchestra) Given By The Symphony Society, New York City.
1921 - Feb. 4. Granville Bantock's Prelude To "sappho" Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Feb. 6. Pietro Yon's "concerto Gregoriano" For Organ And Orchestra Given By The Symphony Society, New York City. (had Been Previously Played By The Composer As An Organ Piece At Wanamaker's, And In Chicago.)
1921 - Feb. 12. R. Strauss's Orchestral Suite From "der Buerger Als Edelman" (opera Based On Moliere's Play "le Bourgeois Gentilhomme") Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra, With Alfred De Voto At The Pianoforte.
1921 - Feb. 14. American Debut Of Paul Kochanski, Russian Violinist, At Carnegie Hall, New York City, In Brahms's Concerto In D. Walter Damrosch Conducting.
1921 - Feb. 16. A. Bruneau's Symphonic Poem "penthesilee," For Voice And Orchestra; V. Davico's "impressionna Romana" From Ms., And M. Ravel's "alborada Del Gracioso," Also From Ms., Given By The Boston Musical Association In Jordan Hall. Georges Longy, Con...
1921 - Feb. 17. Debussy's Two Nocturnes For Pianoforte And Orchestra, And A "fantasy," Given By The Symphony Society, New York City, With Alfred Cortot At The Pianoforte.
1921 - Feb. 22. American Debut Of Carlo Sabatini At Carnegie Hall, New York City, In A Miscellaneous Program Including The Bruch Concerto In G Minor And Beethoven's "kreutzer Sonata."
1921 - Mar. 4. Production Of H. F. Gilbert's Orchestral Suite "indian Sketches" By The Boston Symphony Orchestra. P. Monteux Conducting.
1921 - Mar. 4. Daniel Gregory Mason's Prelude And Fugue For Pianoforte And Orchestra Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra With John Powell, Pianist.
1921 - Mar. 4. Victor Vreuil's Symphonic Poem "jour De Fete" Given By The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, E. Ysaye Conducting.
1921 - Mar. 4. Production From Ms. Of Reginald Sweet's Overture To The One-act Opera "riders To The Sea" By The Philharmonic Orchestra, New York City.
1921 - Mar. 5. Emanuel Moor's Concerto For String Quartet And Orchestra Given By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Mar. 9. Karl Weiss's Opera "the Polish Jew" Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, With Emile Capoulican, Kathleen Howard, Raymonde Delaunais, Mario Chamlee, Angelo Bada, R. Leonhardt, William Gustafson, L. D'angelo And Paolo Anania...
1921 - Mar. 11. Kurt Atterbury's First Symphony (f Major) Given By The Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - April 27. Florent Schmitt's "chant De Guerre" Given For The First Time In America With Orchestra, By The Boston Musical Association, Assisted By The Harvard Glee Club; Also Charles Bordes's "rhapsodie Basque" For Pianoforte And Orchestra, With Miss M...
1921 - May 26. F. Stock's Choral Work, "a Psalmodic Rhapsody," Produced At The North Shore Festival, Evanston, Ill., Conducted By The Composer.
1921 - June 7. Production Of Paolo Gallico's Prize Oratorio, "the Apocalypse," In The Gymnasium Of Augustana College, Rock Island, Ill., At The Biennial Convention Of The National Federation Of Music Clubs.
1921 - July 20. Production Of Music By Edgar Stillman Kelley, F. S. Converse, George W. Chadwick, Arthur Foote, John Powell, E. B. Hill, Leo Sowerby, Chalmers Clifton, And Henry F. Gilbert, At The Pageant Given At Plymouth, Mass., To Celebrate The Tercenten...
1921 - Oct. 14. Walter Braunfels's "fantastic Variations On A Theme Of Berlioz," Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Oct. 14. American Debut Of Emil Telmanyi, Hungarian Violinist, In Lalo's "symphony Espagnole," With The Philadelphia Orchestra.
1921 - Oct. 15. American Debut Of Elly Ney, Noted French Pianist, In A Recital Of Beethoven's Works At Carnegie Hall, New York City. She Appeared With The Philharmonic Orchestra Nov. 26, And Played Chaikovsky's "first Concerto."
1921 - Oct. 21. Cesar Franck's Organ Chorale No. 2, B Minor, Arranged For Orchestra And Organ By Wallace Goodrich, Given By The Boston Symphony Orchestra With Wallace Goodrich As Soloist.
1921 - Oct. 21. Jan Sibelius's "fifth Symphony" (e Flat) Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Oct. 23. Production Of Louis T. Gruenberg's Symphonic Poem "the Hill Of Dreams" By The Symphony Society, New York City, At Aeolian Hall. (this Work Won The Prize Offered In 1920 By Harry Harkins Flagler.)
1921 - Oct. 28. Ravel's "la Valse" Given By The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, Under Alfred Hertz.
1921 - Nov. 4. Gregor Fitelberg's "polish Rhapsody" Given By The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. (this Work In Its Original Form, Won The $1000 Prize Offered By Mrs. F. S. Coolidge In 1919, And Was Played At The Berkshire Festival Of Chamber Music At Pitts...
1921 - Nov. 6. Rudolf Ganz Formally Welcomed As Conductor Of The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Nov. 13. H. H. Wetzler's Overture To "as You Like It," Given By The San Francisco Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Nov. 14. American Debut Of Beniamino Gigli, Italian Tenor, As Alfredo In "la Traviata," At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City.
1921 - Nov. 15. American Debut Of Tino Pattiera, Italian Tenor, As Mario In "la Tosca" With The Chicago Opera Association.
1921 - Nov. 16. Operatic Debut Of Edith Mason As Cio-cio-san In "madama Butterfly," With The Chicago Opera Association.
1921 - Nov. 17. Production Of H. K. Hadley's Tone Poem "the Ocean" By The Philharmonic Orchestra, New York City, Conducted By The Composer.
1921 - Nov. 19. Erich W. Korngold's Opera, "die Tote Stadt," Presented At The Metropolitan Opera House, New York City, On Which Occasion Marie Jeritza, Noted Moravian Soprano, Made Her American Debut. Bodansky Conducting.
1921 - Nov. 28. American Debut (as Pianist) Of Alfredo Casella, Noted Italian Composer, At A Recital In The Town Hall, New York City.
1921 - Nov. 29. American Operatic Debut Of Claire Dux, Soprano, As Mimi In "la Boheme," With The Chicago Opera Association.
1921 - Dec. 16. Production Of Serge Prokofiev's "classical Symphony" (d Major) By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra With The Composer As Pianist.
1921 - Dec. 23. Production Of The Music Of John Alden Carpenter's Jazz Pantomime, "krazy Kat," By The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
1921 - Dec. 25. American Debut Of Artur Schnabel, German Pianist, In A Recital At Carnegie Hall, New York City.
1956 - June. Production By The Litchfield County Choral Union At Norfolk, Conn., Of Percy Grainger's Suite For Orchestra "in A Nutshell" Conducted By The Composer; C. M. Loeffler's Symphony "hora Mystica" Conducted By The Composer.
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