Concert program for a performance by pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff. The performance included works by Haydn, Gluck, Scarlatti, Chopin and Bach-Rachmaninoff.
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PROGRAM PARAMOUNT THEATRE SERGEI RACHMANINOFF Paramount Concert Series Auditorium MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8 A Dramatic Triumph Elias Lazaroff FORMERLY WITH THE MOSCOW ART THEATRE ADELE MORAINE In His Own Musical Drama "The Voice of the Centuries" The Sensational Story of Russian-Jewish Life CAST OF 35, FEATURING Adele Moraine -MAIL ORDERS NOW— Popular Prices 55c, 85c, $1.10, $1.65 ADDRESS ORDERS TO AUDITORIUM Enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope for return of tickets ELIAS LAZAROFF PARAMOUNT THEATRE Direction: Hamrick-Evergreen Theatres PORTLAND, OREGON EXECUTIVE STAFF Division Manager Albert Finkelstein Manager Herb Sobottka Assistant Manager Jack Thorson Smoking permitted in foyer, mezzanine and general lounges FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1937 PARAMOUNT CONCERT SERIES WILLIAM B. McCURDY PRESENTS SERGEI RACHMANINOFF DIRECTION: CHARLES FOLEY HIGHLAND MOTORS, INC. Cadillac V-8, V-12, V-16 La Salle v-8 Oldsmobile WEST BURNSIDE AT TWENTY-FIRST CHATTER More and more we hear people commenting on the happy choice of the Paramount Theater as the ideal setting for the world-renowned artists on the Paramount Concert Series and for the presentation of the grand operas by the San Carlo Grand Opera Company. Following the auspicious opening concert on the Paramount Course, we heard nothing but praise for all the things that combine to make a glorious evening's entertainment at the Paramount Concert Series. We are sure that tonight this fact will be even more apparent. We might list a few of the contributing factors that go to make up such a perfect combination. The sheer beauty of the theater alone is one of the biggest points to be considered; then we must realize how wonderful the ac-coustics and how comfortable the seats are; the palatial lobby and mezzaines afford an excellent background for the display of the feminine loveliness that was so evident at the last concert; the pleasant manner in which the theater attaches served the patrons — all these and more too must be considered when one begins to appreciate the offerings of the world's greatest artists at Portland's de luxe Picture Palace. An event of interest is to be the introduction of a different type of drama at the Auditorium on Monday evening, February 8th. Elias Lazaroff has written and produced a Russian musical drama entitled "The Voice of the Centuries," which will be presented at that time. Artists-Photographers 416 S.W. Alder St. BR. 1164 Where the Artist Works In the Window Beautiful Flowers for every occasion Niklas & Son As Near as Your Telephone 1013 S. W. Morrison BR 1433 2109 S. E. Belmont EA 1941 "Judas Maccabeus" Oratorio will present Leaska Oakley Daniels Young Graduate artists and pupils of Taglieri Maestro-Bel-Canto Voice Placement 1634 S. W.Morrison PROGRAM 1. (a) Fantaisie Haydn (b) Melodie Gluck 2. Three Sonatas Scarlatti D-major E-Minor E-major 3. Sonata, opus 58, B-minor Chopin Allegro maestoso Scherzo Largo Finale INTERMISSION 4. Prelude Bach-Rachmaninoff broadway DeLuxe CAB Co Phone BRoadway 1-2-3-4 Once heard never forgotten—the searching beauty of Knabe tone—never so luscious as in the Knabe of today. TALLMAN PIANO STORES 1123 S. W.Washington 395 South Twelfth PORTLAND. ORE. SALEM, ORE. broadway DeLuxe CAB Co Phone BRoadway 1-2-3-4 broadway -de luxe - cab co. Phone BRoadway 1-2-3-4 A Scene from "AURORA'S WEDDING" One of the Ballets to be presented by BALLET RUSSE de MONTE CARLO Paramount Theatre, Friday, February 5th Notice to those holding Season Tickets on Paramount Concert Series: GET YOUR TICKETS NOW— Before February 10th, at Paramount Theatre office, to secure same seats for any performances of 5 DAYS STARTING WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17th (Mail Orders Filled February 10th) PARAMOUNT THEATRE Let US have your subscription for LIFE—NOW! $3.50 a year February 1st and after, $4.50 a year We will supply you with a copy of LIFE (at 10c) until your CIGAR STORE Everything for the Smoker SUBSCRIPTIONS TAKEN FOR ANY MAGAZINE PUBLISHED Sixth and Washington Sts. PROGRAM 5. (a) Daisies, Song (b.) Oriental Sketch Rachmaninoff 6. (a) Nocturne (b) Valse Oubliee No. 3 Liszt (c) Polonaise, E-major Steinway Piano Management N. B. C. Artists' Service GEOBGE ENGLES, B. G. A. Building, Managing Director. New York City. 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For the blood red burgundies of France, the pale brilliance of the Rhine, the golden sherry of Spain, the ruby depths of old Port from Oporto, the Chiantis from sunny Italy and last, but not least, the fragrant wines of our own sunny California, all with their correct setting of matchless crystal, drop in and chat with JACK HOUSTON 811 S. W. Broadway (opposite the Journal) Atwater 3982 broadway -de luxe - cab co. Phone BRoadway 1-2-3-4 HEATHMAN Portland's most modern hotels—located in the center of business and social activity, convenient to theatres, shopping and financial districts. Rates start at $2.25 with bath or shower. Harry E. Heathman, General Manager. The HEATHMAN Parle at Salmon NEW HEATHMAN Broadway at Salmon Hotels CHATTER We hope that you notice the excellent repertoire of ballets that are to be presented by the Ballet Busse de Monte Carlo at the Paramount on Friday, February 5th. And, by the way, we advise you to hurry in getting your ticket, as these are going fast. Bemember last year. Hundreds and hundreds were turned away—denied the opportunity of seeing this internationally famous troupe that still remains the greatest exponent of the ballet in the entire world. So many requests came in for an additional performance of ballets this year, that Mr. Mc-Curdy has arranged for a matinee performance entirely different from the evening performance. Look at this list of ballets. We feel you are going to be as thrilled as we were. Doesn't the program sound interesting? Matinee: Lake of Swans. Fantastic Toy Shop. Aurora's Wedding. Evening: Pavilion. Three Cornered Hat. L'Apres Midi D'un Faune. Cimarosiana. St. Patrick's Day should be a great day at the Paramount Theater, for that is the opening day of the San Carlo Grand Opera Company in one of the most delightful repertoires of grand opera ever scheduled in one week in Portland. Paramount Concert Series season patrons should place their orders now for tickets for the opera engagement, as this privilege is being given until February 10, at which time mail orders will be filled in the order that they are received at the Paramount. Faturos & Green The Newest in MEN'S CLOTHES SIXTH AT YAMHILL MALLORY HATS Cravenetted $4 - $5 - $6.50 HEAR THESE CONCERTS by the Portland Symphony Orchestra WlLLEM VAN HOOGSTRATEN, Conductor Sunday, January 24, 3:00 P. M. Soloist: Edouard Hurlimann, Violinist Tuesday, February 2, 8:30 P. M. Soloist: GOETA LjUNDRERG, Beautiful Swedish Soprano Tuesday, February 16, 8:30 P. M. Soloist: POLDI MlLDNER, Brilliant Young Pianist Tuesday, March 2, 8:30 P. M. Final Evening Concert of the Season Sunday, March 7. 3:00 P. M. Handel's "Judas Maccaraues" With Soloists, Huge Chorus and Full Orchestra All Tickets on Sale Now Symphony Box Office J. K. GILL CO. AT 8681 AT YAMHILL Pihl Transfer and Storage Co* BRoadway 2671 1231 N. W. 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The only change is size—5 ft. 1 in. We invite you to visit our piano floor . . . see, play, and hear this remarkable new Steinway. Steinway is Exclusive With 817 S.W.AIder Sherman Clay BR. 3551 Portland's Complete Music Store Program compiled and published by Gerald G. Acklen 10
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January 22, 1937