Concert program for a performance by violinist Miss Nina Nicklin, a student of conductor E. O. Spitzner. This concert was the third concert in the sixth season. The program included classical works by S. Bach, Brahms-Joachim, Chopin and Tschaikowsky. Mr. Spitzner notes in the program, "my pupils do not have to go to Europe to become artists."
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THIRD CONCERT SIXTH SEASON The Spitzner Philharmonic Society Miss Nina Nicklin Violinist Heilig Theatre May 30, 1909 3:00 o'clock Portland. Oregon U.S.A. E. 0. Spitzner Conductor MEMBERS OF THE SPITZNER PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY Anderson, Geo. Bennett, Grace Baker, C. A. Becktol, Jessie Moscow, Roland Banzer, H. Clymer, Julia Cook, Lucile Cox, C, B. Chernis, Sam Charack, W. Campbell, W. S. Duhrkoop, Ch. Denny, Dr. M. J. Fredeen, H. E. Fritz, Fred Frazer, Dorothy Ferguson, Wm. Freeborougk, J. Faulkner, Maud" Frazer, Genevieve George, Carl Grundal, Sigurd Griffin, Blanche George, Johanna Hubbard, Hazel Harding, L. Herzog, Herman Henny, David' Haehlen, Albert Harreschou, W. Harreschou, L. Hase, Carl Heiler, Joseph Howe, H. C. Hartman, Arthur Hatfield, Minnie Jorgensen,, Victor Jacob, Edwin Keller, Frieda Kretschmer, Bert Kroehnke, L. C. Lewis, Elsie Lockhart, J. Legrand, Joe Lewis, Jessie McDaniel, Elda McElroy, Florence McClure, Albert McVoy, E. W. McElroy, Alicia Mcllveen, Robt. Martin, Edgar Mahoney, Paul Maguire, P. C. Mertz, L. B. Meyers, Gail Mortensen, Modesto Morgan, Lillian Nicktas, Hans Nicklin, Nina Oatman, J. R. Parker, Jamieson Reschke, Harry Rueck, Emma Robinson, Gladys Specht, Jos. Schmuckli, Wm. Sharp, Velross Stout, A. J. Stedry, J. E. Shipley, E. C. Steele, Isabel! Smarts* T. W. Thomas, Wm. Thorn, P. A. Trimm, Irene Webber, Ed. Winders, Curtis Wood, Lisa Wood, Flora Wilson, Beatrice Zeller, Jacob Assisted by F. Conrad D. Raff F. Sorenson Cello Bailey, Jr., Viola Bailey, Sr., Violin D. Driscoll A. Everest Bass M. McDonald H. Ludwig H. Banzer Horn T. Osner McElroy, Cornet J. Allen, Timpani Brieke, Drums The Society will resume work again in October Third Concert Sixth Season Spitzner Philharmonic Society PROGRAM a Gavotte from E major Sonate S. Bach b Romanze, Op. 25 J. Hubay c Hungarian Dance, G minor Brahms-Joachim *Miss Nina Nicklin Miss Alicia McElroy at the Piano Wedding March, Orchestra V. Nessler Concerto, G minor, Op. 26 M. Bruch Miss Nina Nicklin Miss Jessie Lewis at the Piano Polonaise Militaire, Orchestra Chopin Andante Cantabile, for Strings Tschaikowsky Fantasie Brillante, from the Opera "Carmen" J. Hubay Miss Nina Nicklin Miss Alicia McElroy at the Piano Overture, Die Felsenmuehle, Orchestra Reissiger * PUPIL OF E. O. SPITZNER My pupils do not have to go to Europe to become artists THE SPITZNER PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY is a School for Orchestra Playing; its purposes purely educational to both hearer and player. C. To give a chance to people who are busy during week days, the concerts are given on Sundays. The proceeds are used entirely to maintain the Society. The deficits (which seem to be a chronic disease with which musical organizations are hopelessly afflicted) are met by E. O. Spitzner. C This Society may be joined by any one at any time, regardless of the extent of one's musical ability, or with whom they pursue their studies. The art of Violin Playing taught from the beginning to an artistic finish, at the Spitzner violin studio 715-716 Marquam Building Portland, Oregon, U. S. A.
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May 30, 1909