The Musical Fund Society

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The Musical Fund Society is one of the oldest musical societies in the United States founded in February 1820[1] by Benjamin Carr, Raynor Taylor, George Schetky and Benjamin Cross, and the painter Thomas Sully. Its first public concert on April 22, 1821 and featured Beethoven’s 2nd Symphony.

Musical Fund Hall[edit]

The Musical Fund Hall, 808 Locust Street in Philadelphia, is a landmark home of the society.


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