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  • "I loved singing, but I realized early on that I was not going to be another Franco Corelli, so I decided I would like to be a Rudolf Bing or Sol Hurok instead."

    Writing Its Own Libretto as It Goes

  • The headlining of featured dancers began with the troupe's first national tour in 1941 under the aegis of Sol Hurok, then the country's market-savvy impresario in the performing arts.

    Pina Bausch, Visionary

  • Represented by Sol Hurok, Kremer gave her first concert in the United States on October 29, 1922, at Carnegie Hall, to critical acclaim.

    Isa Kremer.

  • In 1949, after hearing her audition in the studio of her teacher, William Herman, the late renowned impresario Sol Hurok took Peters under his wing, despite her youthful nineteen years and complete lack of performing experience.

    Roberta Peters.

  • The National was also important because there we would find VIP guests—the physician, Paul Dudley White, impresario Sol Hurok, and members of Congress whose exchange missions made up much of the news of these early post-Stalin days.

    Staying Tuned

  • The National was also important because there we would find VIP guests—the physician, Paul Dudley White, impresario Sol Hurok, and members of Congress whose exchange missions made up much of the news of these early post-Stalin days.

    Staying Tuned

  • The National was also important because there we would find VIP guests—the physician, Paul Dudley White, impresario Sol Hurok, and members of Congress whose exchange missions made up much of the news of these early post-Stalin days.

    Staying Tuned

  • My manager, the legendary Sol Hurok, who -- you know, they don't make them like that anymore.

    My First 79 Years

  • I'm a part - time music critic, and years ago Sol Hurok used to send all of the music critics two little two-ounce jars of caviar at Christmas and a bottle of vodka.

    The Greatest Ever Bank Robbery: The Collapse of the Savings and Loan Industry

  • The impresario Sol Hurok in his biography described him as “a colorful gentleman of taste and culture … perhaps the outstanding example we have today of the sincere and talented amateur in and patron of the arts.”

    The Rockefeller and the Ballet Boys

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