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Leader, Harry Lipman
Conductor, Herbert Lodge from the Town Hall, Worthing
Dorothea Aspinall and Audrey Piggott both come from musical families and began their careers at an early age. When twelve years of age Miss Aspinall won an Exhibition at Reading University, where she studied under Howard Jones for five years. Then, at the suggestion of Dr. George Dyson , she entered for an open scholarship at the Royal College of Music. This she won at the same time that Miss Piggott won an open scholarship for cello.
By a curious coincidence, they took as a secondary study each other's instruments. Dorothea Aspinall studied the piano with Lilian Gaskell and Irene Scharrer and Audrey Pig gott the cello under Ivor James , but later was granted a travelling scholarship in order to study for some months in Paris with Diran Alexanian.


Conductor: Herbert Lodge
Unknown: Dorothea Aspinall
Unknown: Audrey Piggott
Unknown: Howard Jones
Unknown: Dr. George Dyson
Unknown: Dorothea Aspinall
Unknown: Lilian Gaskell
Unknown: Irene Scharrer
Unknown: Audrey Pig
Unknown: Ivor James
Unknown: Diran Alexanian.

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Regional Programme London, 1 November 1937 15.00

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