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The Montreal Gazette, 2 February 1938
This is about a Chicago Traviata by the San Carlo Opera Company in late April 1949. Claudia Cassidy, herself an operatic
tyrant in Chicago, claims there should be no booing in the States as in Europe.
See where it since lead the Met to, anybody can sing there, and its audience is one of the dumbest.
It would not seem that Palermo recorded.
Obviously, Palermo obviously spent his career with the touring San Carlo Opera Company; other than the performances
already mentioned here, I find him as Duca in Detroit in April 1944, as Almaviva in Rock Hill in November 1945, or as Don José in
Boston in 1948.
Reference 1, reference 2: The Johnsonian, 20 November 1945;
reference 3: Detroit Jewish Chronicle, 14 April 1944
I wish to thank Daniele Godor for the Traviata reviews.