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Adolph Brodsky
2nd June 1889

Tchaikovsky writes to Brodsky about arrangements for forthcoming concerts. Tchaikovsky himself must conduct the concert on 28th October. Brodsky wanted to come for the Christmas holidays if possible and to this end, Tchaikovsky tried for a concert at the end of December or the beginning of January, but one of these had to be given to Klindworth and one [6 January] to Rubinstein. Tchaikovsky asks if Brodsky can take part in his concert on 28th October. The Music Society offers the Brodsky Quartet a series of quartet evenings, for which they will be guaranteed 500 rubles and if there is a surplus profit, that will be for the quartet. This series will be at the end of December or the beginning of January; or should this be brought forward to November to avoid Brodsky having to go twice to Russia. Dated 2 Jun [1889].

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