October 6, 1900
Thirteen women meet to found “a society intended to advance the interest and promote the culture of musical art in the city of Duluth”
Jan. 3, 1901
George Hamlin, a promising young tenor plays as the first artist to preform at a Matinee Musicale performance
Matinee Musicale joins the National Federation of Music Clubs
Matinee Musicale establishes the Piano Teachers’ Workshop. Workshops were designed to foster discussion about music methods and theories
Matinee Musicale adds a student section. Student members met after school at Pilgrim Congregational Church.
On March 18, 1918, Pablo Cabals performed for a crowd of Matinee Musicale patrons in Duluth, MN.
The Scholarship Fund was established in 1919 as a memorial to “all active members of the club who had passed to the Great Beyond”.
Photos From The Past Century
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