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A Light Classical Concert

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THE HIRSCH
STRING QUARTET:
Leonard Hirsch (violin); Reginald Stead (violin); Sydney Errington (viola) ; Haydn Rogerson (violoncello)
The Hirsch String Quartet is one of the leading chamber music ensembles in the provinces. All its members studied at the Royal Manchester College of Music under Dr. Brodsky and are now members of the Halle
Orchestra.
Leonard Hirsch , founder and leader, was born in Dublin in 1902, and for several years played second violin for the original Catterall Quartet.
Reginald Stead comes from Huddersficld and was lately appointed Musical
Director to the Colwyn Bay Corpora- tion. The other two members, Sydney Errington and Haydn Rogerson , are both well known as soloists and chamber music players.

Contributors

Violin: Leonard Hirsch
Violin: Reginald Stead
Violin: Sydney Errington
Viola: Haydn Rogerson
Unknown: Leonard Hirsch
Unknown: Reginald Stead
Unknown: Sydney Errington
Unknown: Haydn Rogerson

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