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Music Events 
 
Concerts Continue Hectic Pace

PAST PRESENT AND FUTURE (perfect or imperfect) concerts go on apace with no let up in sight. The sign is a healthy one and out of it all there will no doubt blossom some excellent material. Trial by error is a worthy laboratorial experiment and some day history will refer to several of these sincere apostles and call them great.

THE LAST HALF of February sang out loud and lustily with Jeri Smith in Carnegie Hall the 10th. Arthur Stern, postal clerk tenor, assisted by Edward Margetson at Carnegie Chambers Sunday afternoon the 11th. The National Opera Concert at Convent Avenue Baptist Church the 11th,-"Introduction to Fame" with nine famous artists, including the eminent baritone, Kenneth Spencer, at Carnegie Hall, evening of the 11th. The Jarahal Chorus at the Academy of Music, Tuesday the 13th.

COREANIA HAYMAN, soprano, at Town Hall Wednesday 14th - Heito Villa-Lobos, guest conductor at the "Six O'Clock Symphony" concerts at City Center, 13th  Edgar Clarke, composer and author, 136th St. Library. 16th - Louis Armstrong, the great, over WNYC Music Festival at the City Center Saturday, 17th - Olive Hopikns, soprano, St. Martin's Little Theatre, Sunday 18th - Eddie Peters, trombonist at Union Baptist Church, 18th - Mary Bruce's Dancing Buds at Belasco Theatre 18th.

VARIETY PROGRAMS at Hunter College featuring Pearl Primus, dancer, Saturday 24th - The Euffa Singers, Times Hall, Sunday evening the 25th with Harriet Serr, pianist and Henry Euffa director. (Ensemble of women's voices). - Joy L. Mearimore, soprano, debut recital Monday evening, the 26th at St. Martin's Little Theatre - "Six O'Clock Symphony" City Center the 27th, Leopold Stokowski conducting.

THE AMERICAN OPERA GUILD, Inc,. is now rehearsing for a performance of the opera Aida. Bernard L. Grossman, the Guild's attorney is aiding in the necessary steps for incorporation with the State of New York.

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HAROLD J. WRIGHT PRESENTS

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JOY L. MEARIMORE Soprano

In Debut Recital

At St. Martin's Little Theatre
122nd STREET and LENOX AVENUE New York City

Monday Evening, February 26th, 1945

AT 8:30 O'CLOCK

MYRTLE GAUNTLETT at the Piano
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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL
Of The Metropolitan Community Church
126th Street and Madison Avenue, New York City

PRESENTS

LACOSTA BROWN, TENOR IN RECITAL

JOY L. MEARIMORE, ACCOMPANIST

Friday Evening, May 14, 1943, at 9

Leon Aldridge, Supt.,  
Beulah Brown, Sect.
Rev. R. S. Lawrence, Pastor

Admission - adults - 50 cents

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PROGRAM

PART ONE

1. INVOCAZIONE DI ORFEO ... Peri
2. PER LA GLORIA ... Bononcini

1. DIE LOTOSBLUME ... Schumann
2. SOLVEJGS LIED ... Grieg

1. APRES UN REVE ... Faure
2. THE NIGHTINGALE And The Rose ... Rimsky-Korsakov

1. ARIA: Vissi d'Arte, Vissi d'Amore ... Puccini  From the Opera "La Tosca"

Intermission

PART TWO

1. I HEARD A FOREST PRAYING ... de Rose
2. HOW DO I LOVE THEE ... Lippe

1. AS BESS ONE DAY ... Lehmann
2. THE LASS WITH THE DELICATE AIR ... Arne

1.SUMMERTIME ... Gershwin
2.BRITISH CHILDREN'S PRAYER ... Wolfe

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To Give Recital

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JOY MEARIMORE, young soprano, who will make her singing debut in a recital at St. Martin's Little Theatre, 122nd and Lenox Avenue, Monday, February 26, 8:30 p. m. Myrtle Gauntlett at the piano.-N.H.

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JOY L. MEARIMORE, Soprano

in her DEBUT RECITAL

Monday evening, February 26th, 1945 8:30 P. M.
St. Martins Little Theatre
122nd STREET and LENOX AVENUE

Myrtle Gauntlett, at the piano

ADMISSION ... $1.00

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