Society of Women Musicians
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ELV always retained her passion for music even when she was heavily committed to revolutionary political activity. Stepniak encouraged her interest, and after her fourth novel in 1910 she took a break from literature and...
The Society of Women Musicians was founded in London; Liza Lehmann , an English soprano and composer, was named its first President.
11 November 1911
The Society of Women Musicians held its first meeting at the headquarters of the Women's Institute in London.