A report on New York College of Music

Carl Hein and August Fraemke and NY College of Music Building

American conservatory of music located in Manhattan that flourished from 1878 to 1968.

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Ilse Gerda Wunsch

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Composer, pianist, teacher, and choral conductor.

Composer, pianist, teacher, and choral conductor.

She taught at the New York College of Music from 1948 to 1968 and at the Stern College for Women, Yeshiva University from 1960 to 1964.

Erich Katz

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German-born musicologist, composer, music critic, musician and professor.

German-born musicologist, composer, music critic, musician and professor.

In 1944, Katz became a professor of composition at the New York College of Music, later becoming chairman of the department.

Lambert in 1916

Alexander Lambert

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Pianist and a piano teacher.

Pianist and a piano teacher.

Lambert in 1916

After moving to New York, he was faculty of New York College of Music.

Ludmilla Azova

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Ludmilla Azova is a soprano opera singer who studied at the New York College of Music and has appeared as a soloist with the New York Philharmonic and the National Orchestra Association, and performed the role of Fiordiligi in Mozart's Così fan tutte with the Bermuda Festival Theatre.

Jerry González

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American bandleader, trumpeter and percussionist of Puerto Rican descent.

American bandleader, trumpeter and percussionist of Puerto Rican descent.

Jerry González Sr. singing in the 1940s.
The original members of The Fort Apache Band.
Jerry González in 2011.
Commemorative plaque to Jerry González in Madrid.

After deciding this was his calling, González completed his formal studies at New York College of Music and New York University.

Lucy Kelston

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American operatic soprano, primarily active in Italy during the 1950s.

American operatic soprano, primarily active in Italy during the 1950s.

Born in New York City, she studied at New York College of Music with Giuseppe de Luca and Samuel Margolis, and made her stage debut in 1947, as Madama Butterfly.

Leonardo Balada

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Catalan American classical composer, who is noted for his operas and orchestral works.

Catalan American classical composer, who is noted for his operas and orchestral works.

After studying piano at the Conservatori Superior de Música del Liceu in Barcelona, Balada emigrated to the United States in 1956 to study at the New York College of Music on scholarship.

Talib Rasul Hakim

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American composer.

American composer.

He later studied music at the Manhattan School of Music, New York College of Music, and the New School for Social Research, New York.

Manilow performing live in 2008 at the Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota

Barry Manilow

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American singer and songwriter with a career that spans seven decades.

American singer and songwriter with a career that spans seven decades.

Manilow performing live in 2008 at the Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minnesota
Manilow in 1979
Manilow live in 2008 during a 1960s sketch
Manilow at the piano, live in 2008
Manilow live in 2008 at the Xcel Energy Center
Manilow, accompanied by long-time friend Linda Allen at the premiere of The Rose (starring Bette Midler), November 7, 1979

He enrolled in the City College of New York, where he briefly studied before entering the New York College of Music.

Miss Jessel haunts Flora in the 2019 New Zealand Opera production

The Turn of the Screw (opera)

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20th-century English chamber opera composed by Benjamin Britten with a libretto by Myfanwy Piper, "wife of the artist John Piper, who had been a friend of the composer since 1935 and had provided designs for several of the operas".

20th-century English chamber opera composed by Benjamin Britten with a libretto by Myfanwy Piper, "wife of the artist John Piper, who had been a friend of the composer since 1935 and had provided designs for several of the operas".

Miss Jessel haunts Flora in the 2019 New Zealand Opera production
Miss Jessel haunts Flora in the 2019 New Zealand Opera production
The composer in 1964
Miles, Governess, Flora (Brown Opera Productions, 2010)
Prologue (Jared Holt)
The Governess (Anna Leese) and Mrs. Grose (Patricia Wright)
Flora and Miles (Alexa Harwood and Alexandros Swallow)
Miss Jessel (Madeleine Pierard) and Peter Quint (Jared Holt)

The opera was given its British premiere on 6 October 1954 by the Sadler's Wells Opera in London; the North American premiere on 23 August 1957 at Canada's Stratford Festival with the English Opera Group; the US premiere followed on 19 March 1958 at the New York College of Music.