Concert program for a benefit concert featuring eleven year old prodigy, Jaqueline Duke. Jaqueline Duke was accompanied by the Monday Musical Club Chorus and Sextette.
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Portland's Eleven Year Old Prodigy Sponsored by a Large Committee in Benefit Concert Jaqueline Duke, Violinist ROBERT FLACK, Accompanist Assisted by the Monday Musical Club Chorus and Sextette FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10th, 8:00 O'CLOCK White Temple Auditorium, Twelfth and Taylor No admission charge Free-will offering will be taken The "Jaqueline Duke Committee," sponsors of this program, is composed of members of Portland's Musical Community. This Committee earnestly enlists the support of all who are interested in furthering the education of this highly gifted young musician. An opportunity to publicize Portland is afforded by sending this talented performer to New York City to study for the concert platform with Louis Persinger, teacher and promoter of Yehudi Menuhin. Jaqueline has received high praise from three famous violinists—Zimbalist, Enesco and Thibaud. Jaqueline Duke was admitted to the Junior Symphony Orchestra at the age of seven years. Jaqueline Duke is a pupil of Mary V. Dodge. A savings account has been opened by the committee at the U. S. National Bank. Anyone may go to the bank and make a deposit, large or small, to the "Jaqueline Duke Fund" at window No. 46, and receive proper receipt for same. Press Comment Portland Journal—"Jaqueline D. is a violinistic wonder child if ever there was one. Her poise is perfect. Her fingers race with lightning speed over the boards up to the very bridge. . . . She demonstrated amazing resourcefulness of a quick mind." Oregonian—"Jaqueline Duke shows rare musical ability. -She played music skillfully and wonderfully, and will live to see her name emblazoned among the great." News-Telegram—"The musical dignity and colorful presentation by this youthful player, leaves one "amazed." Committee Mrs. M. Donald Spence Mrs. Robert H. Noyes J. L. Wallin Fredrick W. Goodrich Adah Losh Rose Mrs. E. V. Creed Mrs. R. R. Hudson, Chairman Mrs. Chas. H. Anderson, Secretary P. A. Ten Haaf Beulah C. Ockwig Warren Erwin Mrs. Robert Holt Sarah Jenks Mrs. Chas. McMillan Patrons am Joseph K. Carson, Mayor Walter W. R. May Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Gerschkovitch Willem Van Hoogstraten Dr. Wm. G. Everson Helen Calbreith Dr. H. C. Walrath Rogers MacVeagh Tommy Luke Mrs. Nettie Rankin Bolland William Robinson Boone Martha B. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Clarke Mark Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Becker Paul K. Hutchinson Mrs. Samuel F. Owen Dr. and Mrs. C. D. BoDine . Patronesses Esther Cox Todd Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Wilson Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Cantril Mrs. Burnett Goodwin Dr. Perry C. Hopper Mr. H. M. Barr Clarence Young Mrs. Walter Cook Dean Collins Dr. Emil Enna Harry Grannatt Mrs. H. C. Wortman Mr. and Mrs. Thornton. Ladd E. R. Gilbert Lawrence Fay Ruth Glen Hansen Mary Holder Williamson Dr. Everett M. Hurd The auditorium of the White Temple has geen graciously donated for this occasion.
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November 10, 1933
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