ERNEST HUTCHESON (1871-1951) Australian pianist,
composer, teacher and President of the Julliard School in New York. Hutcheson was born in Melbourne and toured
there as a child prodigy. He later
traveled to Leipzig and entered the Leipzig Conservatory at age 14 to study with
Carl Reinecke, Bernhard Stavenhagen and Bruno Zwintscher. He was part of the London music circuit in
1896 and 1897. In 1914, he settled in New York, where he made his U.S.
debut. He became a member of the faculty
at the Julliard School and, successively, Dean (1926-1937) and President
(1937-1945) of the school.
Inscribed 5 x 6 ½ photograph, With cordial regards and many good wishes Ernest Hutcheson June 1916.
Light stains in margin not affecting image. A wonderful likeness of this accomplished musician.
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