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A Symphony Concert

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THE WIRELESS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA.
(Leader, S. KNEALE KELLEY )
Conducted by GEORG SCHNEEVOIGT
SIGRID SCHNEEVOIGT (Pianoforte)
TONIGHT'S conductor, Georg Schnee -
JL voigt, is already quite well known to us, as he is to audiences in almost every city of Europe that has an orchestra or opera house.
Ho was born in Finland in 1872, and studied first at Helsingfors, and then in Sondershausen, Leipzig. Dresden, Brussels and Vienna. He taught in the Conservatoire at Helsingfore, was principal cellist in the Philharmonic Orchestra, and conducted the Finnish opera there. He succeeded Weingartner in the direction at Munich. Other posts as conductor were hold at Riga (1912), Helsingfors (the City Orchestra) and Potrograd. For ten years he was chief conductor of the Concert Society in Stockholm, and in 1918 he founded the Philharmonic Orchestra in Christiania (now Oslo). From 1924 to 1926 he was general Musical Director at Dusseldorf, and last year he conducted the famous Los Angeles Orchestra. In the summer months ho conducts the concerts at Sehoveningon, Holland.

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A Symphony Concert

2LO London, 8 June 1928 21.35






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