Music: Artistic Success

Last month "America's handsomest symphony conductor," Macklin Marrow, was hired by The Bronx Theatre League—a 100% cultural group headed by the president of The Bronx Women's Club, the president of The Bronx Soroptimists and Borough President James J. Lyons—to give "the very first series of Standard Symphonic Concerts ever staged in The Borough of The Bronx." Handsomest Conductor Marrow is a Virginia-born batonist who was once musical director of the Provincetown Players and who, last spring, put on some chamber concerts at Manhattan's Plaza Hotel at which audiences put themselves in fine fettle...

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