Music: Cleveland Rebuked

Cleveland spends high praise on its ten-year-old orchestra, on Conductor Nikolai Sokoloff who has been with the orchestra since its birth. Con- ductor Sokoloff evidently does not hold the Cleveland musical public in the same high regard. Often he is vexed by it—for coming late, for coughing, for leaving early. Last week he rebuked it publicly for general lack of interest. A chorus of 30 Glenville High School girls had assisted in a concert, just finished Debussy's Blessed Damosel and taken their applause when Conductor Sokoloff stepped up. Said he: "If this were a...

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