Oratorio Society of Baltimore
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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.
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