Education: New Dean for Curtis

Glamour invests the names of music's greatest pedagogs. But the routine work of running musical institutions is usually in the hands of persons who, though able and efficient, are not well-known to the general public. Such a man is Henry Bellamann, 49, who was appointed dean of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia last week. Tall, dark, long-haired, he is a capable pianist and lecturer, was dean from 1907 to 1924 of the School of Fine Arts at Chicora College for Women in Columbia, S. C....

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