Concert program for the dedication of the Studio Building. The orchestra, under the direction of Christian Pool, performed works by Beethoven, Chopin, Dupont, Verdi and Brahms. Addresses were given by the mayor, George L. Baker and the president of the Strong-McNaughton Company, Robert H. Strong along with other members of various local music clubs.
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Dedication Program Wednesday, September 7th, 8:30 p.m. The Studio Building WEST PARK AT TAYLOR Official Dedication Program STUDIO BUILDING Wednesday, September 7th 8:30 P.M. OVERTURE—"Mansaniello".........Auber ORCHESTRA (Under the direction of Christian Pool) INTRODUCTION . Chairman FREDERICK W. GOODRICH ADDRESS.......HON. GEO. L. BAKER, Mayor VALSE—"Espana"...........Waldteufel ORCHESTRA VIOLONCELLO SOLOS—"Madrigale" .... Christian Pool "Harlequin"......Popper CHRISTIAN POOL Accompanied by Mischa Pelz ADDRESS.........ROBERT H. STRONG President Strong-McNaughton Co. VOCAL SOLOS—"Captain Stratton's Fancy" . . Deems Taylor "The Wreck of the Julie Plante" . . O'Hara OTTO WEDEMEYER Accompanied by Ella Connell Jesse ADDRESS........MRS. ELBERT C. PEETS President Pacific Division, National Federation of Music Clubs SELECTION—"Carmen"..........Bizet ORCHESTRA PIANOFORTE SOLOS—"Ecossaisen".....Beethoven "Nocturne F Minor Op. 55 No. 1" Chopin "Staccato Perpetuel" .... Dupont RUTH BRADLEY REISER VOCAL SOLOS—"O Don Fatale" ....... Verdi "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" . Burleigh ROSE FRIEDLE GIANELLI Accompanied by Barreme Tyler Stone ADDRESS . ........WALTER BACON President Musician's Club of Portland HUNGARIAN DANCE, No. 5........Brahms ORCHESTRA DEDICATED to the fostering of the Arts, the new Studio Building to' night opens its doors to fill a needed niche within the community. Harmonious sound'proof rooms, designed to provide an ideal environment for artist and musician'—a comfortable and capacious Little Theatre, seating four hundred and twenty and particu' larly adapted to the needs of lecturer, concert musician, and play producer'—recital hall, seating eighty'five—'the Studio Building wel' comes the lover of Music and the kindred Arts and invites full usage of its superior facilities.
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September 7, 1927