Koussevitsky Dies At 74 in Boston
Serget Alexandrovitch Koussevitsky, long director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and many times a conductor of the Glee Club and Radcliffe Choral Society, died at the New England Medical Center late last night. The 74 year old musician, in poor health for some time, had spent the last several weeks at the Medical Center.
Until last year, when he relinquished his directorship of the B. S. O. to Charles Munch, Koussevitsky each spring rehearsed and directed the Glee Club and Choral Society in a major work which they performed at the annual B. S. O. Pension Fund concert.