FENWICK NEWELL CONCERT PARTY - Marlborough 1920
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24 February 1920
FENWICK 'Frank' NEWELL CONCERT PARTY
You love music. Of Course. We asll do. It os as human as hope. And you love good music best - then hear the Fenwick Newell Concert Party. Fenwick Newell, pupil of RADANOVITA and Oscar SAENGER, has one of the most pleasing tenor voices of the younger generation of singers, of splendid volume and glorius in its soft tones.
Mr Newell comes direct to us from a most successful European tour which followed his work with the Y.M.C.A. at the front.
At Versailles, he sang before the Supreme War Council at the banquet given by General BLISS.
Mr Newell will sing amny of John McCORMACK's popular songs so dear to the hearts of all. The artists supporting Fenwick Newell are well chosen.
* Mary Jane GRIGSBY, with her piano solo and accompaniment, is an artist of rare ability. Miss Grigsby, during the last five months of the war, entertained "our boys" at the front, and later toured with Mr Newell as his accompanist.
Miss Dorothy BAKER, violinist, of Auckland, and a pupil of Henri VERBRUGGEN, Sydney, is a most artistic player and has established a fine record throughout Australia and New Zealand
* GRIGSBY in New Zealand