The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954) Saturday 30 May 1936

Surprises come in all guises. What could be more startling to the gentleman concerned than his story published in the Adelaide papers on May 23 last.

Prof. Bernard Heinze, of the Melbourne Conservatorium, when touring N.S.W., discovered in the small mining town of Cessnock, a full symphony orchestra of 36 performers, and included in it was a boy violinist who bids fair to become one of the world's greatest virtuosi. What a surprise he must have got as the existence of such an organisation was utterly unknown.

"REAL LIFE SURPRISES." The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954) 30 May 1936: 10. Web. 25 Feb 2013 <>.
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