JEAN AND ORD BOHANNAN MUSICAL ENTERTAINERS.
Jean and Ord Bohannan
THE BOHANNANS are artists of International reputation. Their programs are both original and different. Jean Bohannan, Pianist and Soprano, has won enviable distinction as a composer. She was the winner of the Grand Prize in the anthem contest conducted by The Etude Magazine in competition with almost two thousand other entries. Her piano work is marked by unusual command over tonal contrast and coloring. Her technique, interpretation and musical intelligence place her in the front rank. Her compositions, among them If I Were a Rose; To You; The Plaidie, are being sold in large volume all over the world.
Ord Bohannan, Tenor and Master Impersonator, a pupil of Jean De Reszke, Shiriglia, Lampert, is the possessor of a highly cultivated natural voice which he uses to amazing effect in melodies worth while and of popular favor. He has appeared with the world famous Stadt Theatre Company, of Kiel, Germany, and as tenor of The Dresden Mixed Quartette, in their tours of Central Europe. Mr. Bohannan's peculiar adaptability for lyceum and chautauqua is, perhaps, best stated by this comment: Equipped with a beautiful voice, a fund of spontaneous humor, a perfect knowledge of dialects, and a deep and sympathetic understanding of human pathos, Mr. Bohannan is indeed a Prince of Entertainers.
The program will include Duets, Solos, Readings, Impersonations, Pianologs, Character Sketches in Costume, Short Plays, etc.
Diversified Opinions from Worth-While Papers and People
We are proud to present these truly great artists.—Arthur C. Coit and Louis J. Alber.
Bright, alert, ambitious, their programs bound along at a merry clip.—Keith Vawter.
The Lyceum welcomes artists of the Bohannan type with open arms.—Elias Day.
I want your entertainment in my church.—Dr. Russell Conwell.
Ord Bohannan has a tenor voice of range and sweetness and a style all his own.—
Star, New York.
Worth traveling miles to hear Bohannan sing 'Mother Machree.'—
Record, Portland, Maine.
A good remedy for the 'blues.'—
Jean Bohannan is a brilliant pianist.—
In the front rank where they belong.—
Bohannan thrills with magnificent impersonations.—
Leader, Lexington, Kentucky.
AFFILIATED LYCEUM BUREAUS of AMERICA
Mutual Lyceum & Chautauqua System, Chicago
White Entertainment Bureau, Boston
Dixie Lyceum Bureau, Dallas, Texas
Coit Lyceum Bureau, Cleveland
Alkahest Lyceum System, Atlanta
Coit-Neilson Lyceum Bureau, Pittsburgh
Ellison-White Lyceum Bureau, Boise, Idaho
Coit-Alber Chautauqua Co., Chicago—Cleveland
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