Paris-Manchester 1918
Conservatoires in time of war

27th December 1918 (Hope Squire)

The war is now over but Frank is still in prison. Hope feels that the College Principal Adolph Brodsky would be happy to assist in securing his release.

Credit: University of Bristol Library, Special Collections (DM2103)

…You can’t think how I daily struggle with the temptation to try and get you personally released. I say to myself that Dr Brodsky would be only too glad to write & ask you to come back to you job at College, for you would be displacing no-one but me, no one could do your particular teaching except me, & the Principal is most anxious to have you back…

X

COVID-19 Update: Our venues have reopened to the public and we’re looking forward to welcoming you back this Autumn. Before attending an event at the RNCM, please read our Audience Protocol…