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Max Goberman (1911 - 1962)

Max Goberman studied the violin with Leopold Auer and conducting with Fritz Reiner at the Curtis Institute; the latter considered him to have been one of his best pupils. In 1928 he joined the Philadelphia Orchestra as a violinist and shortly afterwards formed the New York Sinfonietta, which under his direction became noted for its adventurous repertoire. During 1940 Goberman conducted the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo when it toured Australia, but continued to be active in New York, where he organised and conducted the National Youth Administration Symphony of New Jersey and was chief conductor of the New York City Opera and the Ballet Theatre. At the same time he began his long association with Broadway: he was the musical director of the musical On the Town when it opened in New York during December 1944, and subsequent Broadway shows of which he was musical director included Billion Dollar Baby (1946), Where’s Charley? (1948), A Tree Grows In Brooklyn (1951), West Side Story (1957) and Milk and Honey (1961).




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