October 1906: Queen Margaret College – Concert in Aid of the College’s Students’ Union Bazaar, Glasgow (West) Stall, in the Burgh Hall, Hillhead

An article on page eight of The Glasgow Herald, on 1st of November, 1906, reads:




A successful concert was given last night in the Burgh Hall, Hillhead, in aid of the

funds of the Queen Margaret College Students’ Union Bazaar, Glasgow (West)

Stall. The entertainment, which was organised by Mrs Frame, was largely attended,

and the audience was thoroughly appreciative. The programme opened with a

Mendelssohn trio in D Minor for violin, ‘cello, and piano. Another specially interesting

item was a duo – andante and allegro ma non troppo (Golterman) [sic] – for ‘cello and

piano, excellently played by Miss Norma Frame and Miss Rica Stewart. The Ladies’

Amateur String Orchestra, of which Miss Sophie Wallace is conductor, gave attractive

rendering’s of Beethoven’s allegretto from ‘Prometheus’ and Schumann’s Entr’act and

Ballet Music from ‘Rosamunde.’ Mr Wilfrid Senior at the piano and Miss Bessie Spence,

violinist, contributed largely to the success of the concert. The vocalists were Miss

Jessie Soga, Miss Diana Phillips, Mr MacFadyen, and Mr Walter Lewis, A.R.A.M., all

of whom sang with much charm. Miss Annie Bell contributed a viola (? illegible) solo, with

orchestral accompaniment by the ladies’ orchestra.”


Georg Eduard Goltermann (1824-98) a German cellist, composer and conductor.