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musician

Emil Mollenhauer, musician. Member Booth’s Theatre Orchestra at age of 14; member Boston Symphony Orchestra 4 years.

Background

Mollenhauer, Emil was born on August 4, 1855 in Brooklyn. Son of Frederick and Margaret (Pugh) Mollenhauer.

Education

Educated Russell’s Academy, New York.

Career

Member Booth’s Theatre Orchestra at age of 14. At 16, member Theodore Thomas Orchestra as one of 1st violins. Was member New York and Brooklyn Philharmonic societies.

Located in Boston, 1884. Member Boston Symphony Orchestra 4 years. Conductor Germania Orchestra, and conductor Municipal Concerts until 1903.

Conductor of Handel and Haydn Society, Boston, Lynn, Brockton, Newburyport and Salem oratorio societies, Apollo Club, Boston, and Boston Festival Orchestra, Boston Band. Conductor, St. Louis Exposition, 1904, San Francisco Exposition, 1915.

Membership

Member Booth’s Theatre Orchestra at age of 14. Member Boston Symphony Orchestra 4 years.

Connections

Married Mary E. Laverty, April.

father:
Frederick Mollenhauer

mother:
Margaret (Pugh) Mollenhauer

spouse:
Mary E. Laverty