Viewing page 13 of 13

[written on colorful pink design]
[right margin written in black background]S. Hurok presents for 1954-1955
[left margin written on white with background in pink]
MARIAN ANDERSON
JAN PEERCE
VICTORIA DE LOS ANGELES
PATRICE MUNSEL
WILLIAM STEINBERG
BLANCHE THEBOM
ROBERTA PETERS
MARIO DEL MONACO
JEROME HINES
FRIEDRICH GULDA
RICHARD DYER-BENNET
MARIA TIPO
RAWN SPEARMAN
VIENNA CHOIR BOYS
ARTHUR RUBINSTEIN 
FRITZ REINER
LEONARD WARREN 
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY
ISAAC STERN
ANDRES SEGOVIA 
HILDE GUEDEN
MATTIWILDA DOBBS
CESARE VALLETTI
PAUL TORTELIER
MOURA LYMPANY
TOSHIYA ETO
ELAINE MALBIN
JEANNE and JOAHNE NETTLETON

[RIGHT MARGIN HAS PINK BACKGROUND]
For more than three decades the label "S. Hurok presents" has been a guarantee of quality to audiences everywhere. No season in any city is complete without the appearance of artists from the list of America's foremost Impresario, whose film-biography "Tonight We Sing" was produced by 20th-Century Fox.

[right margin written in white with pink background]
LONDON'S FESTIVAL BALLET
First U.S. visit of the celebrated company from the Royal Festival Hall. A brilliant repertory features exciting new works and old favorites. 

THE OLD VIC Company in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
Directed by Michael Benthall, this production of William Shakespeare's comedy stars Moira Shearer, Robert Helpmann and Stanley Holloway. The company of 65 features a ballet troupe, and the famous incidental music of Mendelssohn will be performed by a full orchestra. 

SADLER'S WELLS BALLET
Under the direction of Ninette de Valois. The fabulous company from the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. 

THE AZUMA KABUKI DANCERS AND MUSICIANS 
The legendary theatre art of Japan returns for a world tour. (Season 1955-56)

ANTONIO and his Spanish Ballet 
Company of 50 with Orchestra, direct from triumphs in London, Paris and Monte Carlo. First time in America. Tour begins in January, 1955

ALEXANDRA DANILOVA and her Ensemble 
in GREAT MOMENTS OF BALLET

I MUSICI 
The brilliant Italian string ensemble's premiere U.S. tour. 

AGNES de MILLE DANCE THEATRE
The exciting American company's second tour. (Season 1955-56)

ROLAND PETIT'S BALLETS de PARIS 
The sensational dance troupe which shattered Broadway records. 

SCOTS GUARDS BAND
The musicians and pipers of this world-famous organization founded in 1642 make their first visit to America in a colorful repertoire including displays of piping, Highland dancing, and the ceremony of Beating Retreat. (Season 1955-56)

SANTA CECILIA CHOIR
Direct from Rome, one of the world's most famous choral organizations visits the U.S. for the first time. (Season 1955-56)

COMPAGNIE MADELEINE RENAUD-JEAN-LOUIS BARRAULT: 
Paris' world-famous theatrical repertory company. 

[left margin written in white with pink and black background]
THE BRIGHTEST STARS OF MUSIC, DANCE, THEATRE, FILMS, RADIO, TV, RECORDS

[right margin written on pink]
HUROK ATTRACTIONS, Inc. [illegible]
HUROK PRODUCTIONS,Inc. 
711 Fifth Avenue, New York 22
Booking Direction: National Concert and Artists Corp. [left margin printed on pink] PRINTED IN U.S.A [illegible imprint] 491
THE 


 
Please note that the language and terminology used in this collection reflects the context and culture of the time of its creation, and may include culturally sensitive information. As an historical document, its contents may be at odds with contemporary views and terminology. The information within this collection does not reflect the views of the Smithsonian Institution, but is available in its original form to facilitate research. For questions or comments regarding sensitive content, access, and use related to this collection, please contact transcribe@si.edu.