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Eugene Dubois was born in Montreal, Canada of Belgian parents on July 22, 1892. He studied violin at the Brussels Conservatory. He emigrated to the U.S. in 1908. He became Concertmaster of the Metropolitan Opera in 1925. The next season, after the Metropolitan Opera, Dubois was Concertmaster of the Chicago Opera from 1926. He also lead summer concerts at New York Lewisohn Stadium concerts. In the 1930s, Dubois was Concertmaster of the Columbia Broadcasting house orchestra. Dubois returned to the Metropolitan Opera as Concertmaster during World War 2, 1944 - 1945, when the younger musicians were at war. He also played with the NBC Symphony under Toscanini. Dubois taught at the University of Miami beginning in the 1950s. Eugene Dubois died in Miami March 22, 1983, age 90.
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Pierre Henrotte was born August 23, 1883 in Liege, Belgium, and came to the U.S. in 1907 at age 24. Henrotte was Concertmaster of the Chicago Opera in 1916 - 1923. Henrotte was active in the 'Maverick Concerts' (as was Georges Barrère) held in the summers in Woodstock in the New York Catskills region, organizing the programs from 1916 - 1926. At the Maverick Concerts, Henrotte was also active in the Maverick String Quartet: Pierre Henrotte first, Leon Barzir second, viola, and Silvio Lavatelli cello. In 1919, Henrotte joined the New York Chamber Music Society. Henrotte was Concertmaster of the Metropolitan Opera 1923-1936, except for the 1925-1926 season, when Eugene Dubois replaced him. During this 1925-1926 season, Henrotte was Concertmaster of the Minneapolis Symphony, but was unhappy there, and returned to the Metropolitan Opera beginning with the 1926 - 1927 season. Pierre Henrotte also conducted the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for special concerts, and later at the Curtis Institute also instructed in conducting and solfège. He died in St. Augustine, Florida on January 1, 1974.