MAUD POWELL'S
AMERICAN AND WORLD PREMIERES
OF VIOLIN CONCERTOS

DATE                               DESCRIPTION

April 6, 1888

January 19, 1889
Tchaikovsky Concerto in D, 1st movement
New York Philharmonic, Anton Seidl, conductor.

Tchaikovsky Concerto in D, complete
New York Symphony, Walter Damrosch, conductor.
April 14, 1889

Henry Holden Huss Romanze and Polonaise, Op. 11, (Dedicated to Maud Powell), World Premiere, New York Arion Society "Grand Concert,"
Frank Van der Stucken, conductor

February 14, 1891

Saint-Saëns Concerto No. 2 in C, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Theodore Thomas, conductor.

February 23, 1891 Henry Rowe Shelley Concerto in G Minor (Dedicated to Maud Powell), World Premiere, C. Mortimer Wiske, probable conductor, orchestra unknown.
November 12, 1893 Dvorak Concerto in A Minor, New York Arion Society Orchestra, Frank van der Stucken, conductor. (New York premiere)
April 7, 1894 Dvorak Concerto in A Minor, New York Philharmonic, Anton Seidl, conductor. (New York premiere with major orchestra) Dvorak attended this concert & thanked Powell afterward
December 28, 1890

Lalo Concerto in F Major, Op. 20, Theodore Thomas Orchestra, (New York), Theodore Thomas, conductor.

April 29, 1896 Lalo Concerto Russe in G Minor, Anton Seidl, conductor, German Press Club Concert, New York.
January 11, 1901

Rimsky-Korsakov Fantasia Concertante on Russian Themes, New York Philharmonic, Emil Paur, conductor.

 October 1904
exact date unknown

Jules Conus Concerto in E Minor, Russian Symphony Orchestra, Modest Altschuler, conductor.
December 30, 1905

Arensky Concerto in A Minor, Russian Symphony Orchestra, Modest Altschuler, conductor.

April 2, 1906 Huss Concerto in D Minor, Op. 12 (Dedicated to Maud Powell), World Premiere, Russian Symphony Orchestra, Modest Altschuler, conductor.
November 30, 1906

Sibelius Concerto in D Minor, New York Philharmonic, Wassily Safonoff, conductor.

November 21, 1909

Tor Aulin Concerto in C Minor, Minneapolis Symphony, Emil Oberhoffer, conductor.

June 8, 1911

Bruch Concertstück, World Premiere, Norfolk (CT) Festival Orchestra, Arthur Mees, conductor.

June 4, 1912 Coleridge-Taylor Concerto in G Minor (Dedicated to Maud Powell), World Premiere, Norfolk (CT) Festival Orchestra, Arthur Mees, conductor.

 

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