Concert program for a performance by the Portland Junior Symphony Ochestra, Chorus and Ballet in honor of the Rose Festival. The concert included a performance of the ballet, The Nutcracker, by Tschaikowsky.
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Rose Festival Concert Portland Junior Symphony Orchestra Civic Auditorium, Tuesday, June 12, 1934, 8;30 p. m. JACQUES GERSHKOVITCH. CONDUCTOR WILLIAM F. CHRISTENSEN, Ballet Master EUGENE F. LINDEN. Assistant Conductor WILLIAM R. BOONE, Chorus Director Program Entry of Queen Beth, of Rosaria, and Her Royal Court Fanfare Eugene Linden Overture, "Merry Wives of Windsor" Niccolai Berceuse Cui Ballet Suite, No. I, from "Don Juan," "Orpheus," Armide," and "Iphigenie in Aulis" Gluck-Mottl March and Chorus from "Tannhauser" Wagner INTERMISSION Ballet "Nutcracker," Act II Tschaikowsky PRINCIPALS William F. Christensen Nutcracker Natalie Lauterstein Marie Janet Reed Sugar Plum Fairy Overture, March, Scene No. 1 (Enchanted Lake), Sugar Plum, Trepak, Danse Arab, Waltz (Serenade for Strings, Tschaikowsky), Danse Chinese, Dance of Reed Flutes (Merletons), Dance of Swans (Enchanted Lake), Hungarian Dance, Waltz of the Flowers. RUSSIAN—Jeanette Harrow and Robert Irwin, soloists; Ronald Chetwood, Stella Bambery, Joyce Bemis, Leona Goldenberg, Maigery Lou Grimm, Dorothy Heath, Nancy Johnson, Felice Lauterstein, Lorraine Lomasson, Jule McGirr, Janet Reig, Meryl Winn, Maryalice Wisdom. CANDY-STICK—Merle Williams, soloist; Martha Lang, Zelda Movey, Billy Otis, Marcelle Renoux. WALTZ—Geraldine Brown, Hinemoa Cloninger, Betty Dodson, Norma Neilsen. CHINESE—Vivian Emery, Don Schaupp. ARABIAN—Mattlyn Gevurtz, soloist; Jean Anderson, Jean Barrett, Catherine Bas-cue, Grace Bauman, Marion Bendixen, Margaret Bergstrom, Josephine Burnett, Mildred Burgert, June Capri, Margery Feldman, Hazel Hedges, Frances Huston, June Justice, Mary Jane Kersey, Marjorie Lewis, Dorothy Marble, Gertrude Marth, Margaret Marth, Marion Smith, Muriel Tims, Louise Wagnon. MERLETONS—Marion Spencer, Margaret Bambery, Alice G. Alber, Mary Asplund, Phyllis Bounds, Belle Ray Campbell, Jean Closson, Harriett Goldstein, Joyce Grady, Glenda Groskey, Shirley Ann Hanselman, Irene Huddleson, Monica Lind, Elizabeth Nelson, Shirley Nusbaum, Lurene Rosenberg, Constance Salazer, Carol Savinar. HARRIET MEYER. Costumes and Stage Design TOM HUFFAKER, Stage Director SALLY HART and READE m. IRELAND. Scenery Construction AIMIE GORHAM. poster Design William F. Christensen, ballet master, formerly of New York, now of Portland, has won national distinction as dancer on the vaudeville and concert stages. After several transcontinental tours he located in Portland eighteen months ago and is now director of the Dance in the Portland Creative Theatre, of which he is one of the organizers.] MUSIC IN PORTLAND FINDS ITS LOGICAL HEADQUARTERS at GILL'S. 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Peets, Mrs. Walter M. Cook, Judge Jacob Kanzler, Frank Branch Riley, Noel Aylmer Dew, Irving B. Lincoln, Norman N. Rupp, S. Mason Ehrman, Hillman Lueddemann, E. C. Sammons, Mrs. Edna L. Frank, Laurence C. Mann, M,Ts. Percy A. Smith, Hilmar B. Grondahl, Mrs. Roy H. Marx, Mrs. Robert H. Strong, Mrs. Alfred A. Hampson, Walter W. R. May, Moe M. Tonkon Charles A. Hart, Mrs. Frank R. Mount, J. L. Wallin, Sarah Hart, E. D. Wise. ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL FIRST VIOLIN—Geraldine Peterson, concert master; Catherine Peterson, assistant concert master; Carlotte Peterson, Genevieve Pietka, Cazmir Jeleniewski, Mary Caroline Farrell, Winifred Myers, Robert Mann, Irene Swanson, John Spencer, Arnold Orman, Ernest Studholme, Jeanette Gordon, Wilson Appelgren, Eileen Matheson, Mary Anne Holt, Alan Rosenfeld. SECOND VIOLIN—Marjorie Morris, principal; Georgia Mae Gardner, Dorothy Hutchison, Franklin Moore, Marie Watson, Maurice Tretheway, Ethel Jane Peebler, Kenneth Morris, Marjorie Smith, Matthew Kelly, Everett Mallicoat, Morell Sharp, George Reed, Enny Deutschman, Arthur Fuller, Hildegard Seeberger, Evelyn Bolik, Grace Tonkyn, Arthur Olson, Paul Deutschman. VIOLA—Jack Knight, principal; Frances Hansen, Jean Harter, Emma Lou Lawrence, Josephine Schlieski. CELLO—Bernice Hansen, principal; Betty Harter, Lois Lawrence, Dolores Palacios, Winifred Anne Meagher, Douglas Kemper, Grace Bottler, Nancy Lee. BASS—Fred Rothchild, principal; Karl Aschenbrenner, Mary Lois Ditto, Betty Goodwin, Helen Pewtherer, Dan Smith. FLUTE—Mildred Canfield, Harriet Babcock. PICCOLO—Barbara Abbett. OBOE—Elsie Foster. Earl Dolan. ENGLISH HORN—Earl Dolan. CLARINET—Lee Canfield, Arthur Hale, Harold Showerman. BASS CLARINET—Albert Muenchow. BASSOON— Verle Church, William Stevenson. 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June 12, 1934