Hanff, Helene
December 1961
New Yorker;12/9/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 43, p213
The article narrates the author's experience as a member of the committee for the Youth Concert, and moments with the conductor, Leopold Stokowski, which she will never forget. She shares how hard it is helping out during the Youth Concerts, and also how exciting it is. A night after one Youth Concert, she and her friends went to Stokowski's house and serenaded him. Days after that, Stokowski resigned.


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