Concert program for a performance by the San Carlo Opera Company. The company performed the opera Rigoletto by Giuseppe Verdi. Principle performers included Lucille Meusel, Dimitri Onofrei and Mario Valle.
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Why? Because of lower operating costs. We do not need the customary profit of others, therefore we can sell the costliest at a surprising price. HAVE THE BEST FOR VERY LITTLE MORE Trade with an Oregon firm—keep the money at home. COLLINS & ERWIN PIANO CO. Salesrooms: Second floor Alderway Bldg., cor. Broadway and Alder 528 S. W- Tenth Avenue Vancouver Piano Co., Vancouver, Wash. SAN CARLO OPERA CO. PRESENTS SEASON OF GRAND OPERA FOR EVERYONE MARCH 16-20 FORTUNE GALLO General Director CARLO PERONI Conductor Luigi Raybaut Stage Director EDWARD M. GALLO, Company Manager William B. McCukdy Northwest Representative SAN CARLO OPERA BALLET LYDIA ARLOVA, Danseuse — LUCIEN PRIDEAUX, Dansecr REPERTOIRE Wednesday Evening Saturday Matinee AIDA FAUST Thursday Matinee Saturday Evening HANSEL and GRETEL CARMEN and Ballet Divertissements Sunday Matinee Thursday Evening CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA MADAM BUTTERFLY and PAGLIACCI Friday Evening Sunday Evening LOHENGRIN RIGLETTO Ellison-White Conservatory of Music ARIEL RUBSTEIN, Director ANNOUNCES SUMMER MASTER CLASSES LAZAR S- SAMOILOFF BARITONE Internationally Known Authority on Voice and Teacher of Famous Singers including Nelson Eddy, Bianca Saroya, Dimitri Onofrei, Julia Claussen, Curt Taucher and Claire Dux THREE WEEKS, BEGINNING AUGUST 8, 1938 For information, write to Registrar, 1339 N.E. Tenth Street, Portland, Oregon. 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 Personal Service EILEEN YEREX CHATTER » » » » » "Truly, Fortune Gallo and his San Carlo Opera Company are an institution in the opera world almost as much as is La Scala, much more so in this count-try, which has not La Scala but has the San Carlo Opera and has had it for twenty-eight years. "For all these years Fortune Gallo has kept the garden of opera watered in times and places where it would have gone back to stark desert but for him. He is a wonder-worker. For twenty-eight years he has gone on, while bigger and gaudier and much better ballyhooed opera companies have fcund themselves looking at the Sheriff's lock on the door. "We do not know the secret, except this, that Fortune Gallo runs his on a plan that does not contemplate deficits for rich patrons to pay off and at the same time gives his customers their money's worth. 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Fourth Ave. AT. 4410 TWO LOCATIONS - COLLEGE INN BROADWAY AT MORRISON OPEN ALL NIGHT Portland's Newest Restaurant NEW COLLEGE INN BROADWAY AT WASHINGTON Sunday Evening, March 20, at 8:15 "RIGOLETTO" Opera in Four Acts by Giuseppe Verdi (In Italian) CAST Gilda (Rigoletto's daughter)_______.........._______________________........________Lucille Meusel Duke of Mantua________________________________....._____________________________________Dimitri Onofrei Rigoletto (hunchback jester of Count's court)____________________________Mario Valle Sparafucile (an assassin)_______________......____________________________.........Harold Kratvitt Maddalena (his sister)________________________________________________________________Stella DeMette Monterone (a nobleman)________________......______________________________......________Natale Cervi Conte Di Ceprano________________________________________________________________________Egidio Morelato Contessa Di Ceprano___________.......______......._________________________________________Alice Homer PROGRAM (Continued) GRACE MOORE COMING TO PORTLAND! 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PROGRAM (Continued) Borsa___________________________________.....____________...........________________________________Francesco Curci A Page____________________________.....________________________.......—-.....________________________Alice Homer Marullo______________________......__________________________________________......______________—- Fausto Bozza Giovanna......________________________________________________________________________________Mildred Ippolito Chorus of Knights, Ladies and Pages of the Court. Conductor_____■______________Carlo Peroni Stage Director________Louis Raybaut Incidental Dances by SAN CARLO OPERA BALLET PROGRAM (Continued) i Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 DEAFENED, BUT "I CAN HEAR MUSIC — PLAYS — FRIENDS" With Sonotone Audicle Write for pamphlet by noted physician Sonotone-Portland Company 321 Failing Bldg., Portland, Oregon YOU DON'T HAVE TO PAY TO PARK WHEN YOU SHOP for HOME FURNISHINGS at EDWARDS FURNITURE Co. 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Gentlemen: Enclosed find $........................................................for......................................................Tickets for performance of HELEN HAYES in "VICTORIA BEGIN A," to be given at Public Auditorium.............................................day, May......................................................... (Indicate Location desired in above Price Scale.) I ADDRESS.____...................................................................._..........................................................................................................- (Tear out this entire page and use for your Mail Order blank) DOUGLAS NICOL PORTLAND, OREGON NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. JOSEF HOFMANN COMING TO PORTLAND! SEE BACK PAGE! PROGRAM (Continued) SYNOPSIS OF SCENES ACT I.—The Duke's apartments. ACT II.—Rigoletto's house. ACT III.—Ante-charnber of the Ducal Palace. ACT IV.—A deserted spot on the shores of Mincio. 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We meet him first helping the Duke to win the affections of the wife of the Count Ceprano, sand-afterward the wife of Count Monterone. Both husbands curse the vile Rigoletto and swear to be avenged. Monterone especially hurls such a fearful curse at therri; that Rigoletto shudders. Rigoletto has one tender point; it is his blind love for his beautiful-..daughter, Gilda, whom he brings up carefully, keeping her hidden from the: world, and shielding her from all wickedness. Jv, BENIAMINO GIGLI COMING TO PORTLAND! SEE BACK PAGE! SHEET MUSIC SERVICE, INC. Complete educational music service, including band and orchestra music 618 S. W. Park Portland, Oregon Maud McCawley, Manager !J|Green ill" The Newest in ijL MEN'S CLOTHES I Jolly Joan Broadway and Washington Portland's Largest and Most IModern Restaurant Always Open CAKES COOKIES BREAD and ROLLS COFFEE CAKE 1725 N. E. Broadway and 4018 N. E. Broadway POZZI - HARTSHORN STUDIOS PIANO - HARP - CELLO 807 Studio Bldg—BE. 8385 GRACE MOORE COMING TO PORTLAND! SEE BACK PAGE! ACT II. But the cunning Duke discovers Gilda and gains her love under the assumed name of a student, called Gualtier Malde. Gilda is finally carried off by Ceprano and two other courtiers, aided by her own father, who holds the ladder, believing that Count Ceprano's wife is to be the victim. A mask blinds Rigoletto, and he discovers, too late, by Gilda's cries that he has been duped. Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 MRS. HOLMES BUSINESS SCHOOL Individual Instruction Eighth Floor Studio Building Rapid Advancement BEacon 7745 ETHEL MASTEN M.id'Sectson and Early Spring Hats AT. 2969 1331 S. W. (Upper) Broadway at Columbia NEWS EROM THE NATION'S CAPITOL The Same Day It Happens When it's late afternoon in Washington D. C, it's shortly after lunch in Portland. Three hours difference in time brings you news no easterner can get. . . . 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Sparafucile declares that he will. wait until midnight, and will spare him if another victim should turn up before then. Meanwhile, Rigoletto persuades his daughter to fly from the Duke's pursuit, but before he takes her away he wants to show her lover's fickleness in order to cure her of her love. ...... MOZART BOYS' CHOIR COMING TO PORTLAND! SEE BACK PAGE! Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS — BRoadway 5511 \V7e invite you to view our advance collection of rare and unusual gifts and sterling silver from the world's finest craftsmen. Zell TBros •ROADWAY AT^te^MORRISON ST. Completely Furnished Apartments with Hotel Service THE SOVEREIGN Portland's Finest APARTMENT HOTEL Transient and Residential Rates Broadway at Madison BE. 8161 C. E. LEMON, Mgr. BOHEMIAN RESTAURANT Dine in Portland's Most Beautiful Restaurant Finest Quality Food at Moderate Prices West Park and Washington Broadway 5511 — NEW RED TOP CABS BRoadway 5511 Gilda comes to the inn in masculine attire and, hearing the discourse between Sparafucile and his: sister, resolves to save her lover. She enters the inn and is instantly put to death, placed in a sack and given to Rigoletto, who proceeds to the river to dispose of the body. At this instant he hears the voice of the Duke, who passes by, singing a frivolous tune. Terrified, Rigoletto opens the sack and sees his own daughter, who is yet able to tell him that she gave her life for that of her faithless lover, the Duke, and then expires. With an awful cry, the unhappy father sinks upon the corpse. Count Monterone's curse has been fulfilled. SEE BACK PAGE ANNOUNCEMENT, 1938-39 PARAMOUNT CONCERT SERIES CERTIFIED MASTER VIOLIN MAKER Expert repairing . . Finest Bow re-hairing . . Violins, Bows, Strings and Accessories RUDOLF F. SCHMOLL Sixth and Washington 501 Raleigh Bide. AT water 1813 MARY ELIZABETH SHOP PENTHOUSE BEAUTY SALON 602 Afderway Bids./ At Broadway and Alder ^ Specialist in Permanent Waving BEacon 7308 Open 8 a. m. to 8 p. m Charles South Artistic Violin Instruction Carl Flesch Pupil and Exponent Modern Russian School 205-6 Fine Arts Bldg. BE. 1391 Thelma Layton School of Dancing BalletTBallroom^Tap 1113 S. W. Yamhill Street Phone BEacon 3309 Portland, Oregon CHATTER » » » » » Kirsten Flagstad has broken all existing records for operatic and concert attendance at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. It is entirely due to her immense following and tremendous box office power that the Metropolitan departed from its usual policy and presented what had been previously considered a dangerous opening night's opera, "Tristan and Isolde," on the first night of this year's opera season in New York. "Standing room only" was at a premium and repeat performances were immediately scheduled. * # # Small wonder that Madame Flagstad's managers are trying to persuade the great prima donna to give up her plans of retirement after this season. It seems Flagstad wants to return to her home in her native land. If you do not already have your tickets for Flagstad's concert on May 18, we suggest that you send in your mail order immediately to be certain that you will hear this grand opera star, who has been called the "Savior of the Metropolitan Opera Company." * * * At long last the announcement has definitely been made that Helen Hayes will appear in Portland in "Victoria Eegina." She is booked by the Heilig Theatre Company for the Municipal Auditorium for four nights and a Wednesday matinee . The dates are May 9, 10, 11 and 12. The mere mention of the name "Helen Hayes" has created a large number of enquiries from hundreds of parties who anticipate seeing "Victoria Kegina." No reservations have been taken yet, but from now on the mail orders will be accepted and filled in the order that they are received. In Detroit the management was forced to return over $20,000 in mail orders from disappointed patrons who waited too long to order seats, which were entirely sold out by mail. Dr. C. A. Howard, President of the Eastern Oregon Normal School, wrote: "On a recent trip to Chicago I saw Helen ayes in 'Victoria Eegina.' It is a magnificent production and Miss Hayes is exquisite as Queen Victoria. I'm glad he people of Oregon are going to enjoy his grand show." * * * The music room at the main library as been busy during the last few weeks upplying librettos, scores, stories of the peras and all the source material that goes with grand opera, proving to be a big help to those who sought to learn more about the operas. ROY MARION WHEELER Teacher of Piano, Voice and "How to Compose Music" SEATTLE : PORTLAND Second Floor Selling-Hirsch Building 918 S.W. 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Morrison FRANKLIN PRINTING COMPAMY CHATTER » » » » » It was because of the favorable response to the experiment of giving grand opera in this ideal setting that William B. McCurdy, Northwest Representative for Mr. Gallo, conceived of the idea of presenting a series of concerts at the Paramount. The plan was inaugurated a year ago and the second series will be completed with the concert recital of that greatest of all great Wagnerian sopranos, Kirsten Flagstad, who will conclude the 1937-38 Paramount Concert Series on Wednesday evening', May 18. # * * But even before this season is brought to a close, next season's plans for the best concert series that can be obtained have been completed and announced. Five world-famous attractions will make up the 1938-39 Paramount Concert Series, beginning in October with one of the highest paid concert artists that ever toured the United States, Beniamino Gigli, considered the greatest tenor since Caruso. He will return to America after an absence of several years. He has been engaged to make a coast-to-coast concert tour between engagements at the San Francisco and the Chicago Opera Companies. Grace Moore, star of the Metropolitan and the Chicago Opera Companies, concert and radio artist, and motion picture celebrity, will be another of the stellar concert attractions. Miss Moore's engagement to sing on the Paramount Concert Series comes after two years of ceaseless effort to contract her for a Portland appearance. Josef Hofmann, renowned pianist, who is celebrating his golden jubilee year in commemoration of his first concert appearance at the Metropolitan fifty years ago as a child prodigy, has been signed to give a piano recital during the season. An attraction new to Portland—in fact, new to the United States except for its New York appearance during the current season, is the Mozart Boys' Choir from Vienna. 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