Music: Summer Concerts

Summer concertgoers, a more informal, comfortable, carefree throng than the wintertime concert public, last week began strolling of an evening to cool parks beneath the July moon to hear fine music in the open air. Chief attractions were:

Philadelphia. "An evening with one of the world's most noted symphony orchestras for 22 cents," was the sales-cry of backers of the Philadelphia Orchestra's first season of summer concerts nightly in shady Robin Hood Dell, Fairmount Park. For 24 concerts tickets sold at $5. Besides Conductor Leopold Stokowski and Assistant Conductor Alexander Smallens,...

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