- MUSICAL EVENTS. Sargeant, Winthrop // New Yorker;11/21/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 40, p178
The article reviews musical events in New York City, held in November 1970, including a performance by the Philadelphia Orchestra under conductor Eugene Ormandy of Benjamin Lees' "Concerto for String Quartet and Orchestra," a concert by the Clarion Concerts Orchestra under conductor Newell...
- A Christmas Game. Shawe-Taylor, Desmond // New Yorker;12/31/1973, Vol. 49 Issue 45, p52
The article focuses on developments concerning music and musical performances as of December 31, 1973. A critic replies to the inquiry of Harold Rosenthal, the editor of the English monthly "Opera," about the ten greatest opera singers of the century. The Group for Contemporary Music have...
- MUSICAL EVENTS. Sargeant, Winthrop // New Yorker;4/18/1970, Vol. 46 Issue 9, p150
The article presents developments in the music sector as of April 9, 1970 in the U.S. Performance of George Szell on Philharmonic Hall in New York; Clarion Concerts under the baton of Newell Jenkins on Alice Tully Hall; Season ender of Eliot Feld's American Ballet Company.
- Pure Tone. Sargeant, Winthrop // New Yorker;2/22/1964, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p119
The article reviews several musical performances presented in New York City, including the concerts performed by the St. Olaf Choir at the Philharmonic Hall, the performance of the Cleveland Orchestra at the Carnegie Hall and Newell Jenkins' Clarion Concert at the Town Hall.
- Obituaries. // Gramophone;Apr97, Vol. 74 Issue 887, p12
Presents obituaries for three notable contributors to the field of classical music. American conductor and musicologist Newell Jenkins; Lyric-dramatic tenor Charles Craig; Librettist Myfanwy Piper.
- Sure Thing. // New Yorker;1/31/1959, Vol. 34 Issue 50, p19
The article presents an interview with on Newell Jenkins, conductor of a local chamber orchestra, and Emma Alden Rothblatt, deputy commissioner of commerce and public events in New York City. A music festival will be held in New York City in honor of the late composer George Frederick Handel....
- Excursions. Porter, Andrew // New Yorker;5/25/87, Vol. 63 Issue 14, p91
Highlights the opera "Le Rivali Concordi," with music composed by Agostino Steffani and directed by Newell Jenkins. Theme of the production; Performers featured in the production; Strengths of the production; Career histories of Steffani and Jenkins.
- Billy Budd. Sargeant, Winthrop // New Yorker;1/15/1966, Vol. 41 Issue 48, p103
The article provides information on opera performances and concerts held in New York City as of January 1966. The opera "Billy Budd" was performed by the American Opera Society at the Carnegie Hall. The opera "Arcifanfano, King of Fools, or It's Always Too Late to Learn" was performed by the...
- MUSICAL EVENTS: The Professionals. Sargeant, Winthrop // New Yorker;3/27/1971, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p93
The article reviews several opera including "La Guerra," written by Renzo Rossellini, "Arlecchino," written by Ferruccio Busoni, and "Olimpiade," written by Adolf Hasse, conducted by Newell Jenkins and performed by the Clarion Concerts.