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11 August 2011

Today in NYP History: The first broadcast by a major symphony orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, took place on August 11, 1922. The concert was conducted by Willem van Hoogstraten at Lewisohn Stadium in New York City, a walled athletic field of City College that became the site of many of the Philharmonic’s summer concerts.

Today in NYP History: The first broadcast by a major symphony orchestra, the New York Philharmonic, took place on August 11, 1922. The concert was conducted by Willem van Hoogstraten at Lewisohn Stadium in New York City, a walled athletic field of City College that became the site of many of the Philharmonic’s summer concerts.

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