Concert program for the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo's performance of Les Dieux Mendiants, Le Coq D'or and Danses Slaves et Tziganes.
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PARAMOUNT CONCERT SERIES SEASON 1938 PROGRAM WILLIAM B. McCURDY PRESENTS Col. W. De Basil's BALLET RUSSE De MONTE CARLO PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tuesday Evening February 8, 1938 A Treat for Balletomanes! TRUDI SCHOOP and Her COMIC BALLET AUDITORIUM FEB. 21 Tickets: $2.20 $1.65 $1.10 PRESENTING PORTLAND'S FIRST DANCE FESTIVAL TWO GREAT BALLETS THE SAME WEEK! UDAY SHAN KAR and His HINDU BALLET AUDITORIUM FEBRUARY 26 Tickets: $2.75 and $1.65 Tickets NOW On Sale I ELLISON-WHITE BUREAU 402 Studio Building BEacon 0537. Helen Bernhard CAKES COOKIES BREAD and ROLLS COFFEE CAKE 1725 N. E. Broadway and 4018 N. E. Broadway TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 8, 1938 S. HUROK Presents COL.W. De BASIL'S BALLET RUSSE De MONTE CARLO — on — .:' ; WILLIAM B. McCURDVS PARAMOUNT CONCERT SERIES Direction: Hamrick - Evergreen Theatres — Portland,.Oregon ' Everything for you and your home this SPRING we're expecting you soon at Lipman Wolfe's Airy, comfortable rooms Excellent beds Highly trained personnel Downtown location in a quiet zone Everything to make your stay in Portland a most enjoyable one CONGRESS S. W. 6th and Main AT. 0181 Paramount Concerts WILLIAM B. McCURDY Managing Director ALBERT FINKELSTEIN Division Manager Hamrick'Evergreen Theatres H. B. SOBOTTKA Manager Paramount Theatre GERALD G. ACKLEN Programs Box Office Staff: KATHERINE SIRIANNI MARGARET ALLEN CHATTER One of the most popular annual events in Portland is the appearance of Col. W. de Basil's Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, now making its fifth American tour. In fact, it seems the concert season in Portland is not complete until de Basil's troupe of Russian Ballet artists has performed. The consistent superiority of the company, with its ever-increasing repertoire of ballets, has rightfully earned the enviable record which the Colpnel's; group now holds. It was interesting to see the members of the Ballet Russe dashing across the train shed at the Union Station at midnight last Tuesday, when the special train carrying the troupe to Vancouver, B. C, stopped in Portland for a half-hour. Ariel Rubstein, director of the Ellison-White Conservatory of Music, was on hand to greet his former travelling companions and to invite them to a reception to be given at the Conservatory immediately after tonight's performance. Mr. Rubstein, a concert artist, toured with the Ballet Russe on its first American tour. The guest list for the reception includes Col. de Basil, Mr. and Mrs. Efrem Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Mc-Curdy, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Finkelstein, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sobottka, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Mesher, and of course, the members of the company. In the receiving line will be Mr. and Mrs. James J. Richardson, Mrs. Cheryl Scholz, Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Gersco-vitch, Mrs. Alice Bogardus, and Mr. and Mrs. Ariel Rubstein. The greatest social season of grand opera Portland has ever known is indicated by the mail orders that have been pouring into the office of the Paramount Continued on Page 10) FINE MILLINERY Personality Designing Remodeling Moderate Prices Herme' 207 Central Bldg. BEacon (Tenth and Alder) 2445 OWEN STUDIOS MRS. SAMUEL F OWEN VOICE MRS. LEWIS W. OWEN PIANO Portland Studio Maegly-Tichener Bldg. Resident Studio Glennwrie, Oswego Monthly Studio Recitals BEacon 0780 Oswego 243 Lauren B. Sykes A. A. G. O. Organist and Choral Conductor Piano and Organ Instruction Organist-Choirmaster Hinson Memorial Baptist Church _Portland, Oregon_ MISS FLACK'S FRENCH CHOCOLATES 1109S. W. Morrison, at the Playhouse BEacon 1515 Faturos and Green The Newest in Men's Clothes Mallory Cravenetted Hats $5. Sixth at Yamhill MRS. FRED L. OLSON Accredited Teacher of VOICE Teacher of Harry Steel, soloist Junior Symphony, Murry D. Carter, soloist, Ad Club Gleemen. Dr. Angus McKinnon, 1st Congregational Ch. Teacher of Rose Colombi, opera, Italy. Dorothy Rolfsness, C.B.S., K-O-I-N. Tanya Krasnova, N.B.C., K-G-W. 207-8-9 FINE ARTS BUILDING 1. LES DIEUX MENDIANTS (The Gods Go A-Begging) Pastorale by SOBEKA Music by HANDEL, arranged by SIR THOMAS BEECHAM choregrgaphy by David LICHINE Scenery By Leon BASKT Costumes by Juan GRIS Preparations are in progress for a fete champetre. Entrance and dances of noblemen. A shepherd who has lost his way strays into the company, where two ladies seek to captivate him and entice him into the lively movement of the fete. Suddenly the shepherd perceives the humble serving maid, who, having finished preparing the feast, conceals herself from the noblemen. Moved by a tender feeling, the shepherd advances towards her. The noblemen are indignant at observing this love passage, until the moment arrives when these two beggars doff their rags and reveal themselves as two divinities who have descended upon earth. The Serving Maid Tatiana RIABOUCHINSKA The Shepherd | Divinities..............................................Yurek SHABELKVSKY Tamara GRIGORIEVA Two Ladies............................................................................................ } Kira ABRICOSSOVA A Nobleman........................................................................................................Paul PETROFF PROGRAM (Continued) This Dainty Little J. & G. FISCHER Established 1840 Compact design, only 3 feet 1 inch high, taking hardly more space than a dainty table or cabinet. Tone and Action like a Baby Grand $325 LESLIE HOWARD at the FISCHER Easy terms and allowance on all old pianos in exchange. TALLMAN PIANO STORES 329 S. W. Alder 469 State Street PORTLAND, ORE. SALEM, ORE. SHEET MUSIC SERVICE, INC. Complete educational music service, including band and orchestra music 618 S. W. Park Portland, Oregon Maud McCawlev, Manager PROGRAM (Continued) Ladies: Miles. KOSMOVSKA, LVOVA, NOVIKOVA, OSATO, RADOVA, ROUSSOVA Noblemen: MM. BELSKY, BOUSLOFF, ISMAILOFF, ROSTOFF, RUNANINE, ZEGLOVSKY -. Servants: MM. DZIKOVSKY, KOSLOFF, SOBICHEVSKY, WUST Conductor — Antal DORATI INTERMISSION OP FIFTEEN MINUTES LE COQ D'OR ; - | " (The Golden Cockerel) Ballet in Three Scenes based on the fairy tale of POUCHKINE Book and Choreography by Michel FOKINE Music from the opera "Le Coq D'OR" by Rimsky-Korsakoff Adapted by N. TCHEREPNINE ; Curtain, Scenery and Costumes by Nathalie GONTCHAROVA Scenery executed by Prince A. SCHERVACHIDZE Costumes executed by Madame B. KARINSKA The astrologer has caught a golden cockerel, and through magic has enchanted it, Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 A Symphony Program on Records! 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Prince Guidon, his son, advises a carefree mighty Don " hter and dance. Price Aphron, his second son, recommends war, and once life full ,-hed the enemy, a general rejoicing. The boyards differ on this question; they having cr ' "oras to blows. The astrologer brings a gift to the King, the Golden Cockerel, come V.01" tcn over his kingdom faithfully by crowing loudly whenever an enemy is about who w i, until this warning sounds the King may snore in peace. "The' King, soothed, to attack. ^ reward to fulfill the astrologer's first desire, whatever' it may be, eats to promises ^ fai]s into a heavy slumber. He dreams of a beautiful■ hburi.'•■ But the Golden T v rel awakes the King from, his dream, and all his people draw his; attention to the Fending danger. The King sends his sons to war, whilst he himself settles down to sleep a,.ain \gain the Golden Cockerel awakes him. to signal a new danger, and the King Wmself prepares and leaves for war. 1 '' : ' SCENE II. Arriving with his men on the battlefield, the King finds his sons lying dead, having stabbed one another with their glaves. He weeps over them, but soon forgets about them at the sight of a fantastic tent that is arising from the ground. The uetennOf Shemakhan comes out of this tent with her suite. She charms him and he takes! her back to his kingdom. ''' .' SENE III When they reach his kingdom, King Dodon chances to meet the astrologer, who reminds him of the promised reward, and asks him for the young Queen. Dodon, enraged, beats him on the head and kills him. The Golden Cockerel flies down from the spire upon which he is perched, pursues the King and pecks his skull . Dodon falls dead arid is mourned by his PROGRAM (Continued) Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS BRoadway 5511 Sherman Clay Paderewski, Rachmaninoff, Stokowski, virtually every great artist of note, past and present, maintains the highest tradition of his artistry by choosing 817 S. W. 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The astrologer reappears, he is undying; he has survived the King and his kingdom, menacingly shaking his finger in warning at anyone who may show himself as ungrateful and wanting in honesty as Dodon And Pouchkine closes his tale with this moral: "This fairy tale is an invention, but there is a hint in it and a- warning to all g'ood men." The Golden Cockerel.............................;.......................................Tatiana RIABOUCHINSKA The Queen of Shemakhan.................................. ........................................Irina BARONOVA King Dodon...........................................................................................................David LICHINE Prince Guidon Yura LAZOVSKY Prince Aphron J Dodon s Sons...................................................... Serge ISMAILOFF Amelpha, Dodon's Nurse..............................................................................Irina KOSMOVSKA Polkan, Commander-in-Chief......................................................Edouard BOROVANSKY The Astrologer...................................................................................................H. ALGERANOFF Boyards: MM. ALEXANDROFF, BELSKY, BOUSLOFF, DZIKOVSKY, LADRE, LAVROFF, MATOUCHEVSKY, ROSTOFF, RUNANINE, VLASSOFF, ZEGLOVSKY Peasant Women: Miles. CHABELSKA, NOVIKOVA, ORLOVA, RADOVA Russian Dancers * Mlles. NELIDOVA, OBIDENNA, RAZOUMOVA, ROUSSOVA, SEROVA, STRAKHOVA, TRESAHAR, WASSILIEVA Cooks: Mlles. VOLKOVA, LEONTIEVA PROGRAM (Continued) Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 MRS. HOLMES BUSINESS SCHOOL Individual Instruction Eighth Floor Studio Building Rapid Advancement BEacon 7745 I Whistle a Fair Tune Myself—" O/course you do, Madam — but you let Dr. van Hoogstraten handle the Bach and I I Phone trie Sibelius, don't you? EA$t 3133 And likewise— While you may be a wonder at rinsing out stockings and undies — it takes equip- ment, skill and artistry to do justice to cur- . tains, bedding and fine matetials. The Troy Laundry ETHEL MASTEN AT. 2969 M.id'Season and Early Spring Hats 1331 S. W. (Upper) Broadway at Columbia PROGRAM (Continued) Messengers: MM. LAZOVSKY, ISMAILOFF Youths: MM. DZIKOVSKY, KOSLOFF, LAVROFF, LIPATOFF, SOBICHEVSKY, WUST Visions: Roman JASINSKY, Paul PETROFF, Tamara GRIGORIEVA, Olga MOROSOVA, Sono OSATO, Lara OBIDENNA Warriors: Mlles. ABRICOSSOVA, LVOVA, ROUSSOVA, STRAKHOVA Oriental Dancers: Mlles ADRIANOVA, CHABELSKA, KOUZNETSOVA, LEONTIEVA, NELIDOVA, ORLOVA, RADOVA, RAZOUMOVA, SEROVA, TRESAHAR, VOLKOVA, WASSILIEVA Conductor — Efrem KURTZ INTERMISSION OF FIFTEEN MINUTES PROGRAM (Continued) Ask for numbers on this program Music Room, Public Library Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 Confidentially Speaking . . You can get as much as $30 for your uncomfortable old davenport and chair when applied on the purchase of the CRAFTSMAN Bench-made Living Room Furniture with the 5-year guarantee Sold exclusively by EDWARDS FURNITURE Co. CORNER 5th AVE. & OAK Ellison-White Conservatory of Music ARIEL RUBSTEIN, Director ANNOUNCES SUMMER MASTER CLASSES by LAZAR S. SAMOILOFF, Baritone Internationally Known Authority on Voice and Teacher of Famous Singers THREE WEEKS, BEGINNING AUGUST 8, 1938 For information, write to Registrar, 1339 N.E. Tenth Street, Portland, Oregon. ^ To LAZAR SAMOILOFF: Thanks to you eternally for helping my voice to do bigger and better work, with grateful appreciation, NELSON EDDY. CHATTER (Continued from Page 4) Theatre for the San Carlo Opera Company, which comes to the Paramount for five days beginning Wednesday evening, March 16th. The repertoire Fortune Gallo has selected for this season was chosen in response to numerous suggestions by opera-fans. The complete repertoire includes "Aida," "Madame Butterfly," "Hansel and Gretel" (school children's matinee), "Lohengrin," "Faust," "Carmen," "Pagliacci," "Caval- leria Rusticana" and "Rigoletto." $ * # Fortune Gallo opened the 28th transcontinental tour of his San Carlo Opera Company in Chicago on January 3rd with many old favorites and four new names in the cast. Bianca Saroya, Hizi Koyke, Leucille Meusel, Leona Turner, Charlotte Bruno, Aroldo Lindi, Dimitri Onofrei, Mostyn Thomas, and Mario Valle, are all with the company again this year. Maru Castagna, mezzo-soprano, sister of Bruna Castagna, Metropolitan Opera star, is one of the newcomers. She has sung a full season in New York, where the rich quality of her voice is favorably compared with the luscious tones of her sister. Norina Greco, soprano, another newcomer, has already received a great deal of praise from the music critics of Chicago and Detroit, where the San Carlo Opera Company played the entire month of January. Enrico Cappellotti is a new tenor with Mr. Gallo's troupe. He has sung an entire season of grand opera in New York before joining the San Carlo Company Ithis season. Stephano Ballarini, young baritone, has an enviable record for singing Ger-;man roles. His experience includes engagements with La Scala, Staats-Opera of Dresden, the Chicago Civic Opera, the Teatro Colon at Buenos Aires in South America. Carlo Peroni, heralded as one of the greatest conductors of grand opera, continues his iron-man feat of conducting all the operas given by the San Carlo Opera Company. The San Carlo Opera Ballet, headed by Lucien Prideaux and Lydia Arlova, will furnish the incidental ballets throughout the week's engagement. They are known as "The Three Musical Musketeers"—these three living immortals — Nathan Mil-stein, Vladimar Horowitz and Greg- (Continued on Pasre 18) Agnes Peters School of the Dance Class or private Lessons in all types of Dancing 1731 N. E. 33rd MU. 3334 GA.6423 - TR.5601 Just Arrived— Kenwood Tweeds for Spring In all the colors of the sea and sky "--—— SOUTHWEST AIDER iTREET AT TENTH AVENUE CERTIFIED MASTER VIOLIN MAKER Expert repairing . . Finest Bow re-hairing . . Violins, Bows, Strings and Accessories RUDOLF F. SCHMOLL Sixth and Washington 501 Raleigh Bldg. ATwater 1813 3. DANSES SLAVES ET TZIGANES Gypsy Dances) From the Russian Opera "BOUSSALKA" music by A. DARGOMIJSKY Choreography by BRONISLVA NIJINSKA Scenery by Alexander GOLOVINE Costumes by C. KOROVINE, executed by HELEN PONS, New York This is a series of Slav and Gypsy Dances arranged by Mme. Bronislava Nijinska on music taken from the opera "Roussalka" by Alexander Dargomijsky, the famous contemporary of Glinka, and a gifted composer of the epoch preceding Balakireff, Borodine, Moussorg-sky and Rimsky-Korsakoff. Although comparatively unknown in this country, Dargomijsky's influence on New Russian Music was great and his operas disclose a mastery of the theatrical idiom as well as an original harmonic gift. I. Overture—"Baba-Yaga" II. Slav Dance Irina BARONOVA Mlles. ADRIANOVA, KOUZNETSOVA, LEONTIEVA, OSATO, ORLOVA, RADOVA, SEROVA, STRAKHOVA, TRESAHAR, VOLKOVA PROGRAM (Continued) Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 THINGS CHANGE! EDUCATE YOURSELE! 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