September 1960
New Yorker;9/24/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 32, p36
The article highlights the reopening of Carnegie Hall in New York under Isaac Stern. It will reopen with a concert by the Philharmonic conducted by Leonard Bernstein and featuring Mr. Stern. The Hall is operated by the board of trustees of a nonprofit group where Robert W. Dowling, a real-estate operator, and amateur of music, arts and letters, heads the executive committee of the board.


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