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Concert programs

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:

A Midsummer Night's Dream and The Bartered Bride, 1977 July

Identifier: M123.02.0395.0042.00001
Abstract Program from the Central City Opera House Association's 1977 productions of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "The Bartered Bride." A Midsummer Night's Dream Production staff includes: David Effron (conductor), Bodo Igesz (stage director), Robert O'Hearn (lighting design), Suzanne Mess (costume design), Duain Wolfe (director, children's chorus) Cast includes: John Ferrante (Oberon), Gwendolyn Bradley (Tytania), Dana Bashor (Puck), Brian Trampler...
Dates: 1977 July

Bercu Sisters Records, between 1925-1936

Identifier: B356.01.0003.0016

The file contains a "Bercu Sisters" business card, a 1934 program, a telegram and two letters, and a contract. Dorothy and Harryette Bercu were vaudeville performers in the 1920s and 1930s. The 1934 program, the telegram and a letter are from Hotel Ben Lomond in Ogden, Utah.

Dates: between 1925-1936

Box 5: Maxine (Lower) Williamson News Clippings, Photographs, Contact Sheets, and Envelope with Key, 1928-1980

 File — Box D037.0005: Series D037.02; Series D037.03; Series D037.04; Series D037.05 [Barcode: U186023296476]
Identifier: D037.02.0005

Contains 5 photographs, news clippings, scrapbook, and theatre programs.

Dates: 1928-1980

Box 6: Waldo Williamson Student Work, Scores, Misc. Papers, Notebook, and Recording, between 1950-1970

 File — Box D037.0006: Series D037.01; Series D037.05 [Barcode: U186022113439]
Identifier: D037.01.0006

Box 6 contains student work, scoring, sheet music, a notebook, a recording, and programs.

Dates: between 1950-1970

Colorado Jewish Composers, 1980

Identifier: B111.02.0002.0001
Abstract On Oct. 31, 1980, the Rocky Mountain Jewish Historical Society presented a concert featuring the music of four Jewish composers who lived and worked in Colorado. Goldmark came to Colorado in 1895 and was affiliated with Coloado College. Later, Aaron Copeland was his student at the Juilliard. Schalite was a synagogue organist in Munich and Rome before fleeing in 1933. His compositions were inspired by the Hebrew poets of the Middle Ages, and later, in Colorado, by the mountains. ...
Dates: 1980

Denver Symphony Society, 1964-1975

Identifier: B429.02.0009.0021
Scope and Contents

Contains copies of programs, correspondence, fundraising reports, By-laws, and Board of Trustees lists.

Dates: 1964-1975

Fundraising Events, 1965-1989

Identifier: B430.02.0001.0014

File contains concert programs, invitations, correspendence on the Debutante Ball and the Bargains Baroque.

Dates: 1965-1989

La Boheme, 1952 June/July

Identifier: M123.02.0395.0017.00001
Abstract Program from the Central City Opera House Association's 1952 production of "La Boheme." Cast includes: Davis Cunningham, James McCracken, David Poleri (Rodolfo), Hugh Thompson (Marcello), Michael Bondon, James Pease (Colline), Algerd Brazis (Schaunard), Ann Ayars, Anne Bollinger, Virginia MacWatters, Brenda Miller (Mimi), Charles Post (Parpignol), Jean Gibbons (Musetta), Chester Watson (Alcindoro), Dean Hutchins (Sergeant), Jack D'Arcy...
Dates: 1952 June/July

Margret Richman , 1920-1928

Identifier: B111.08.0008.0009

Margaret Richman was a Denverite who attended Cheltham and East High schools, and graduated from East High School in 1928. The collection also contains her sister Ruth Richman's diploma.

Dates: 1920-1928

Saul Caston, circa 1950-1970

Identifier: B111.02.0002.0003
Abstract Saul Caston (1901-1970) was a renowned musician and conductor, and is credited with building the Denver Symphony Orchestra (now Colorado Symphony Orchestra) into an outstanding professional orchestra worthy of national recognition. After moving to Colorado from his home in Pennsylvania, Caston became the Musical and Conductor of the Denver Symphony in 1945, and held the position until 1964. Caston was also very active in the Denver community, and was noted for his work in education and...
Dates: circa 1950-1970