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musician

Gerald Felix Warburg, musician. member Stradivarius Quartet, 1930-1936; Member New York Neuropsychology Group, 1920-1921.

Background

Warburg, Gerald Felix was born on May 12, 1901 in New York City. Son of Felix Moritz and Frieda (Schiff) Warburg.

Education

Graduate Middlesex School, 1919. Student Harvard, 1923, Institute Musical Art, 1920-1921.

Career

Debut cello soloist New York Philharmonic Symphony, 1925. Member Stradivarius Quartet, 1930-1936. Founder Stradivarius Society, 1940-1941.

Consultant secretary of war on V disc. program, 1943-1944. Conductor Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, 1939-1941. Chairman Music advising committee High School Performing Arts, New York City.

Vice president Carnegie Hall Corporation. Vice president, incorporator City Center New York, 1942-1953. Director Musicians Foundation.

Membership

Member Stradivarius Quartet, 1930-1936. Member New York Neuropsychology Group, 1920-1921. Clubs: Harvard, Lotos, Century Association, Coffee House, Bohemians (New York City).

Connections

Married Marion Bab, June 5, 1923.; married second, Natica Nast, December 23, 1933. Children: Felix Max, Geraldine (Mistress.

father:
Felix Moritz Warburg

mother:
Frieda (Schiff) Warburg

spouses:
Marion Bab

Natica Nast

children:
Felix Max Warburg

Geraldine (Mrs Warburg