excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (131 words)

excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (131 words)

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I was single and able to indulge myself by going to concerts at the Royal Albert Hall, then the Festival Hall was built and I was able to book for several of the inaugural concerts, so my love was born and it had to be the Royal Festival Hall from then until the present time. I am in receipt of the diary having been a member from many years ago. There were so many new experiences of music I didn't know much about and orchestras from all parts of the world, never to forget the first time hearing the Chicago Symphony Orchestra playing Mahler's First Symphony, Georg Shulty [Solti] conducting - and 8 horn players standing for the final movement. Hope all can be understood, age is wearying at times - now 86+.

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