Theodore Thomas

Theodore Thomas may refer to:

  • Theodore Thomas (conductor) (1835–1905), American violinist and conductor
  • Theodore Thomas (alderman), American politician, Chicago alderman
  • Theodore Thomas (filmmaker), American film director and producer
  • Theodore Gaillard Thomas (1832-1903), American gynecologist
  • Theodore L. Thomas (born 1920), American science fiction writer

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Carl Bergmann - Biography
... When Theodore Eisfeld, conductor of the New York Philharmonic Society, became sick for the last concert of the 1854-1855 season, Bergmann replaced him, directing Wagner's Tannhäuser ... also played cello in a renowned piano quintet that included Theodore Thomas on first violin and William Mason on piano ... Since 1864, there had been a rival orchestra conducted by Theodore Thomas to contend with ...
Chicago Symphony Orchestra - History
... In 1891 Charles Norman Fay, a Chicago businessman, invited Theodore Thomas to establish an orchestra in Chicago ... Conducted by Theodore Thomas under the name "Chicago Orchestra", the Orchestra played its first concert on October 16, 1891 at the Auditorium Theatre ... Maestro Thomas served as music director for thirteen years until his death shortly after the orchestra's newly built residence was dedicated on December 14, 1904 ...

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