Early Musicians 1949 on - Kathleen Long, Herman Salomon & Elsie Hall, Gunter Weinert.

Access to Information on the Musicians who Toured Southern Africa between 1947 - 1953 has unfortunately been lost, but a few documents still remain.

Renowned English Pianiste Kathleen Long, two or three tours  1949 -53

German Pianist Gunter Weinert 1952 or 53

1953 on - Andor Foldes, renowned American Pianist

Andor Foldes Tours Southern Africa, from Kenya to Cape Town

Kendall Taylor, English Pianist.

Kendall Taylor, British Pianist, 2 Tours

Gaspar Cassado Spanish Cellist.

Gaspar Cassado,  world renowned Cellist, 3 acclaimed tours.



1954 on - Denis Mathews, British Pianist

Denis Mathews,  eminent British Pianist, 2 acclaimed Tours.

Lelia Gousseau, French Pianist

Lelia Gousseau, eminent French Pianist, 2 acclaimed Tours.

Nikita Magaloff, Georgian-Russian Pianist

Nikita Magaloff, Georgian-Russian Pianist.

1955 on - Loewenguth Quartet, French.

Celebrated Loewenguth Quartet, 3 acclaimed Tours

1956 on - I Musici, Italian Mini Orchestra

I Musici,  eminent Italian mini orchestra, 2 acclaimed Tours.

Isabelle Nef, Swiss Harpsichordist

Isabelle Nef, acclaimed Swiss Pianist.

This Musician Toured with her own Harpsichord, and also performed concert and recorded duets with Hans Adler, who performed on his own personal instrument.

Radio Geneve Pr 2 Clavicins.. recordings, 1956
Sonata, Allegro  in sol major by JC Bach
Musette de Choici, by F Couperin

1957 on - Quintetto Chigiano, Italian.

Eminent Italian Quintetto Chigiano.

Luboshutz and Nemenoff, American Piano Duo.

Luboshutz and Nemenoff, famous American Piano Duo.

1958 on - Herman Salomon Dutch Violinist and Elsie Hall, South African Pianist.

Herman Salomon upcoming Dutch Violinist, and Elsie Hall piano.

Acclaimed Herman Salomon and Elsie Hall, three or four tours, 1949 - 1963

Vegh Quartet, Hungarian Quartet.

Vegh Quartet,  eminent Hungarian Quartet.