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Philfiarmonfc Society of New York
Seventy second Season JOSEF STRANSKY, Conductor
Twelve Thursday Evening, Sixteen Frid ay Afternoon and Twelve Sunday After?
noon Concerts, and One Young People's Concert in Carnegie Hall, New York.
Five Sunday Afternoon Concerts in the Brooklyn Academy of Music; a series of
Subscription Concerts in Baltimore and Washington; Tours including appear
ances in the New England, New York State, Middle Western and Canadian cities;
and a Transcontinental Tour, New York to San Francisco.
HENRI LEON LEROY
And Others to be Announced Later.
MME. OTTILLIE METZGER
MME. JULIA CULP
THE ST. CECILIA CLUB
VltTOK MARKLH, Conduetor.
Prospectus containing detailed information may be had at hotels, music stores and on application from
FELIX F. LEIFELS, Manager, CARNEGIE HALL, New York.
m High Class Entertainment
Sehool, Church,. Club or Charity
IN HER ORIGINAL AND REMARKABLE SERIES OF
COSTUMED CHARACTER STUDIES
HISTORICAL TYPES. PEOPLE IN FICTION,
"EVERYDAY FOLK" and CELEBRITIES OF THE HOUR.
Miaa VV.U.rn ha* appeared on tlie leading Entertainment and Chautauqua Couriei
throughout the country.
It ia concrded ahe has created a field distinctly her own. You'll bc intereited
to read the opinioni of tho?e who have heard her. A poital bringi you illuitrated
Mill Wilaon writei moit of the material uied on her programi.
She ii alio author and producer of a leriei of UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENTS and
PAGEANTS FOR HOME TALENT
"Variganza," a "Folk Mote," and "The Harliquinada"
are the lateat. Circulara on requeal by addreaaing
STUDIOS: 601-602 CARNEGIE HALL, NEW YORK