- Artwork Title
- Tschaikowsky evening commemorating the 50th anniversary of the composer's death
1944 January 05
Performing arts posters
- Object Type
Concert posters (tgm)
- Credit Line
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Paula Catell
The poster advertises a concert by The Palestine Orchestra at Beth-Haam in Rehovoth, Israel, on 5 Jan. 1944. The soloist is Abram Katz (Albert Catell) donor's husband on cello, and the conductor is Bronislaw Szulc.
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Also in Paula Catell collection
The collection consists of 7 posters advertising concerts featuring Albert Catell donor's husband in Palestine/Israel and Egypt during the 1940s.
The poster advertises a concert by The Palestine Orchestra on Sunday, 27 Dec. 1942 with conductor, George Singer, and soloist, Abraham Katz (Albert Catell) donor's husband, on cello performing pieces by Brahms, Saint-Saëns, and Tschaikowsky (Tchaikovsky).
The poster advertises a cello recital on 18 Nov. 1946 by Abraham Katz (Albert Catell) donor's husband accompanied by Michael Taube at the piano at Museum Hall. The name"Parnassus Ltd." is displayed across the top of the poster.
The poster advertises a Tschaikovsky (Tchaikovsky) concert at Ohel Shem Hall in Tel Aviv, Israel, on 20 Mar. 1940. The performers listed are Anny Nacher (vocalist), Georg (George)Singer (pianist), Joseph Bernstein (violinist), and Albert Katz (Catell) (cellist) donor's husband. The concert was for the benefit of the"Ezrat-Yetomim" Society.
The poster advertises a concert by The Palestine Orchestra at Edison Theatre in Jerusalem, Palestine, on 21 Mar. 1940. The soloists listed are Joseph Bernstein on violin and Abraham Katz (Albert Catell) donor's husband on cello, and the conductor is Ignaz Neumark. This was a subscription concert for the 1939/40 season.
This poster advertises for a concert by the Kaminski quartet at the Museum Tel Aviv performing an all Beethoven program on 25 and 28 Mar. 1942. The members of the quartet are listed as Kaminski, Ginzburg, Rak, and Katz (Albert Catell) donor's husband with E. Toeplitz (Uri Toeplitz) accompanying on flute.
The poster advertises a concert by the Middle East Symphony Orchestra sponsored by the Navy, Army, and Air Force Institutes (N.A.A.F.I.) and the Entertainments National Services Association (E.N.S.A.) at the garrison theatre in Cairo, Egypt, on Sunday, 26 Nov. (no year stated). The performers listed are Joseph Shadwick (leader), Joseph Huttel (conductor), and Albert Katz on cello (Albert Catell) donor's husband.