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BROADCASTING FEATURES

... prices to-night vary from 2s. to 7s. 6d. and the concert is being given in the Regional programmes at 9 p.m., by the Catterall String Quartet and John Coates. Another new feature to-night is the first of the series of unfinished trials,” in which leading ...

A WORLD-FAMOUS COMBINATION

... tin-rludins tail, 10.?, cr Hall tod ticket* f-en» ARCHIBALD KAMSDEN (LTD.), 12, EiT, eede. '/eieptaoe: 2412S C«jlr*l, CATTERALL STRING QUARTET* THURSDAY. April »i 8 pja. . 'ut Sohubgrt. TI7HARFEDALE COMPETITIVE FESTIVAL. KING'S HALL. HALEY. OPEN SOLO CLASSES: ...

ST. CEO&GK'S 11.V1.L

... MOISEJWfTSCII. February Bth.-Vcca:ist: Mil* DOROTHY Soto Pianoforte: Mice FANNY DAVIW. Solo Violin: Mr. CATTERALL. THE CATTERALL STRING QUARTET. March EL-Solo Violin: M» THOMAS THE ORCHESTRA. Conductor: Mr. RONALD. Terms Subscription*. end a.l particular* may ...

(Time Signal. Greenwich.)

... (Time Signal. Greenwich.) 6.30 Mozart’s Quintets, played by The Catterall String Quartet and Anne Wolfe. 6.50—“ New Books,” Mr. E. M. Forster. 7.10-7.25—“ The Doctor and the Public ” XII. The Surgery of To-morrow,” by a Surgeon. 7.30 “Our Debt to the ...

Published: Monday 19 December 1932
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 129 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

HULL VOCAL SOCIETY

... achieved the conductor's purpose. Several pieces from the works of Tchaikovsky, Elgar. and Cesar Franc-k were played Catterall String Quartet, consisting of Arthur Catteralf, first violin, John 8. Bridge, second violin, Frank S. Park, viola, and Johan C. ...

TO-MORROW

... so— Weather, news and shipping forecast. 9.o—North of England News. 9.s—Chamber Music. The Wireless Singers. The Catterall String Quartet: Arthur Catterall (violin), Lawrence Turner (violin), Bernard Shore (viola), Johan C. Hock (violoncello). 10.30 Epilogue ...

Published: Saturday 11 October 1930
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 329 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

TO-MORROW

... Employees of Limited the Rev. Canon C. S. Woodward. 8.50 Weather and News. 9.s—Chamber Music. Fmmi Heim (Soprano). The Catterall String Quartet. 10.30-Epilogue. NORTHERN REGIONAL, MANCHESTER (797 kc/s; 675.4m.)—As Leeds. NEWCASTLE (SNO; 1.040 kc/s; 288.5 m ...

Published: Saturday 07 June 1930
Newspaper: Leeds Mercury
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 424 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE PROGRAMMES

... Work —6, Summary, Mr. Stanley 9.0. —Time, Weather, and Keiws. 9.15. Shipping; Sew York Stock Market Report, 9.20. Catterall String Quartet. 10.35-12.0.— Roy Fox and hi* Band, from Monscigneur (Time at 11.30). London National, 1,148 Kc/s. (261.3 m.) 11 ...

THE PROGRAMMES

... 45) 5.15. —Children’s Hour 6.0 —Time, Weather. News. 6.30. —The Foundations of Music: Mozart’s Quintets, played the Catterall String Quartet and Anne Wolfe. 6.55. —Beading from Dombey and Son (Charles Dickens), by Mr. V. C. Cllnton-Baddeley. 7.2s.—Weekly ...

CONCERT

... ARTHUR CATTERALL. VIOLONCELLO: jy£ISS BEATRICE HARRISON. FJIHE LONDON STRING QUARTET. rjIHE FLONZALEY QUARTET. rj*HE CATTERALL STRING QUARTET. THE BRADFORD FESTIVAL CHORAL SOCIETY. RJIHE HALLE ORCHESTRA. CONDUCTORS: gIR HENRY J. WOOD and JY£R. HAMILTON HARTY ...