Music: In Manhattan

The season for things operatic began with the annual visit of the San Carlo Opera Company, which opened with Anna Roselle, formerly of the Metropolitan Opera House; Stella DeMette and the tenor, Salazar, likewise a one-time member of the Metropolitan Company. The performance (at the Century) was remarkable, considering the small scale of prices charged. The company will remain in New York for five weeks.

The success (TIME, March 17) made by impresario Fortune Gallo in a field traditional for losses and failures grows the more astonishing. His opera venture earns a handsome...

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