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OJNSERVATORY OF MUSIC Prices, 25, 50, 75c., $1, $1.50. COL. Wm. E. SINN, Lessee
LEADING VOCAL SCHOOL Srage
542 STATE STREET . . BROOKLYN Orchestra.
119 EAST 230 STREET, MANHATTAN B
R. E. DE STEFANI, Director
Vocal instruction; also piano, organ A
harmony, mandolin, guitar, solfeggio, Italian language, etc.
From the “Brooklyn Daily Eagle."'-Signor De Stefani has been singularly successful in the conducting of his conservatory, and has given evidence of the capabilities of a man whose perseverance is backed up with a thorough knowledge of his profession, ** * The work done in this city by Signor De Stefani himself for the advancement of musical art has made his name one of wellrecognized and respected authority
From the Brooklyn Citizen. Easily probable and beyond doubt as a vocal instructor Signor De Stefani is second to none in America.
From the New York Recorder."- The method taught in the school is the Italian, and Signor De Stefani is considered one of the
best directors in the country. E
From the "New York World."
-Signor De Stefani completely BALCONY
succeeded in proving that he was not only a good teacher, but also an excellent singer and actor.
From the National Encyclo pedia."-Signor De Stefani is acknowledged one of the best vocal teachers in America.
From the Progresso Italo Americano "--Signor De Stefani represents with credit the Italian music in this country.
The Gabler pianos are exclusively
used at Stefani's College of Music, Berry, near South Third Street. Seats, 850. SYLVESTER L. MALONE, Manager
Bax P Q000
The Monument and General HENRY MCCADDIN MEMORIAL Granite Works established thirty-five years ago by the
STAGE late David S. Arnott, are still being carried on under the management of his nephew so se do so se seg
AND READING ROOMS
rate of 4,000 volumes a year.
volumes, encyclopædias, etc., directly accessible. Spacious Reading Room with 300 newspapers and periodicals on file, and 3,000 selected volumes for the use of members in this room.
PRICE OF MEMBERSHIP, $5.00 A YEAR.
TELEPHONE, 593 BROOKLYN
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION 502 Fulton Street (Entrance on Bond Street).
Telephone, 183 Brooklyn Seating Capacity, 1,300. (For Balcony see Diagram of the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences.)