Concert program for Feodor Chaliapin, Russian operatic bass, assisted by Abraham L. Sopkin, violinist and Max Rabinovitch, pianist. The concert opened with Mr. Sopkin playing works by Ribaupierre-Sopkin, Scott-Sopkin, Glazunov-Sopkin and Moskowski on the violin. Mr. Chaliapin then performed. The program indicates that Mr. Chaliapin announced from the platform the numbers of the songs he would be singing. The audience had access to a song book which had his repertoire printed in English to assist them in following him as he performed. After an intermission, Mr. Rabinovitch performed works by Scott, Mendelssohn and Scriabin on the piano, Mr. Sopkin played a Paganini violin concerto with a cadenza by Mr. Sopkin, and Mr. Chaliapin again sang works announced from the platform as he performed, concluding the concert.
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March 19, 1925