Oratorio Society of Baltimore

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The Oratorio Society of Baltimore was founded by Otto Sutro in 1882, with Fritz Finke as music director. Its first performance came in 1885.

In 1892, Finke left the Oratorio Society to return to Germany. Mr. Sutro contacted Joseph Pache, a German conservatory professor in New York, to succeed Finke as general director. Pache directed the society through its disbandment in 1924.

References[edit]

  • George Grove; Waldo Selden Pratt; Charles Newell Boyd (1920). Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians. T. Presser. 
  • Galkin, Elliott W.; N. Quist (2001). "Baltimore". In Stanley Sadie (Ed.). New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Volume 2: Aristoxenus to Bax. New York: MacMillan Publishers. pp. 611–612. ISBN 0333608003. 
  • Clayton Colman Hall (1912). Baltimore: Its History and Its People. Lewis Historical Publishing Co. p. 654. 
  • "JOSEPH PACHE RITES ARE SET FOR FRIDAY". The Sun (1837-1985). Dec 8, 1926.