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Mack Harrell Edit Profile

musician

Mack Harrell, musician. member vocal faculty Juilliard School Music, New York City, 1945-1956; Member National Music League (director), American Academy Teachers Singing.

Background

Harrell, Mack was born on October 8, 1909 in Celeste, Texas, United States. Son of Mack and Virginia Marr (Kelly) Harrell.

Education

Student Oklahoma City U., 1927-1929, Settlement Music School, Philadelphia, 1930-1933, Juilliard Graduate School Music, New York City, 1933-1935. Doctor of Music (honorary), Bethany College, 1958.

Career

Professional debut New York Philharmonic Symphony, 1935, Boston Symphony, 1936. Solo recital The Hague, Europe, 1937. European tours, 1937, 39, 49, 51, N.A. since 1938.

Operatic debut Metropolitan Opera, New York City, 1939, Chicago, 1940, San Francisco, 1945. Member vocal faculty Juilliard School Music, New York City, 1945-1956. Artist, teacher, professor Southern Methodist U. School Music, Dallas, 1956.

Artist in residence Aspen (Colorado) Institute since 1949. Board directors Naumburg Museum Foundation. Trustee Music Associates of Aspen.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Sacred Hour of Song, 1938.

Membership

Member vocal faculty Juilliard School Music, New York City, 1945-1956. Member National Music League (director), American Academy Teachers Singing.

Connections

Married Marjorie Fulton, December 22, 1934. Children: Fulton, Jane, Lynn.

father:
Mack Harrell

mother:
Virginia Marr (Kelly) Harrell

spouse:
Marjorie Fulton

children:
Fulton Harrell

Jane Harrell

Lynn Harrell