Thank you so much for the hints; I will try the Bentley Library and possibly the newspapers. the problem is that I don't have the date of her death and the Public Library didn't have it; that is actually the information that I'm trying to find out. Although she may have been a soloist with the DSO at one time, she could not have been a member of the orchestra because her specialty was playing ancient instruments--ie. the clavichord and harpsichord--these are not modern symphony instruments. Also, there were not female orchestra members prior to 1950. I did get a lead on members of a musical organization that is no longer in existence, but who might know this info. They actually presented the Memorial concert.