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Brother of William Perkins, Henry inherited musical talent from his parents: his father was a noted singing teacher, and his mother an excellent vocalist. He received his first musical training from his father, and attended some of the best literary schools in his youth. His formal music education began in 1857, when he entered the Boston Music School, where he graduated in 1861. For over 20 years, he devoted considerable time to conducting music festivals and conventions throughout America, from Maine to California, and in teaching in "normal" music schools in New York, Ohio, Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, Colo… Go to person page >