‘I can say with conviction that she can play Bach’ - From the archive: August 1923

Beatrice Eveline

Violinist Arthur Broadley, a long-standing contributor, profiles cellist Beatrice Eveline, said to have given the BBC’s first classical music broadcast in 1922

I WONDER how many of our native violoncellists have received their training – or some portion of it – under the able guidance of W. E. Whitehouse, Esq., the well-known Professor at the Royal Academy of Music, and violoncellist of the London Trio?

After hearing Miss Beatrice Eveline play at a concert, given by the Countess Brassey in the old-world village of Catsfield, my first words were:– “You studied under Whitehouse, of course?”..

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