Music: The Manager

For a quarter-century Arthur Judson has been the most powerful figure on the American musical scene. He headed the nation's largest artist-booking agency, now Columbia Artists Management, which relentlessly deployed its artists across the musical map of the U.S. At the same time, Judson was manager of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony . Society, with the deciding voice in the selection of conductors and soloists. For most of his 34-year tenure, controversy flickered over whether Judson should properly carry on both jobs. Last week the controversy came to an end when Judson, 75,...

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