Thomas Ryan in Melbourne - the 1880's
from Recollections of an old musician, pages 231-232:
The next day we sailed for Melbourne, the Mecca of our pilgrimage, five hundred miles distant. We spent a month delightfully in that city, which we found to be a musical one, if several musical societies and many concerts are good proof of that statement.
We made our debut in a concert given by the Apollo Club, a society built on the lines of that of Boston. It was for us a grand send-off. The conductor was Mr. Julius Herz, an enthusiastic and accomplished musician.
Thomas Ryan, Recollections of an old musician (New York City, 1899), p. 231-232. https://led.kmi.open.ac.uk/entity/lexp/1449479752042 accessed: 12 June, 2021
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|unknown classical||performed by Mendelssohn Quintet Club|
|Listening Environment||in the company of others, indoors, in public|