Where words fail, art and music speak
Funded by a gift from Annie, Viscountess Cowdray, who wanted to encourage ‘a taste for art and music in the City of Aberdeen’, the Cowdray Hall was opened in 1925 by King George V and Queen Mary. Over the years renowned local, national and international musicians have performed there.
“John Forbes White [one of Aberdeen Art Gallery’s original Founders] was my maternal great-great-great grandfather. I understand that he was studying medicine in Edinburgh when his father died, and he returned to Aberdeen to take over the family flour milling business. It was by chance that I came to live in Aberdeen three years ago and I have been really interested to find out more about my ancestors here. I was delighted to discover the family connection to Aberdeen Art Gallery. I’m supporting the fundraising appeal by buying a Cowdray Hall Musical Chair in honour of John Forbes White.” Vicky Stables, donor
Donate £150 to support Aberdeen Art Gallery and Cowdray Hall and have your name, or the name of a loved one, inscribed on one of our Musical Chairs. The perfect gift for a music lover.
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Please note certificates and plaques will be created quarterly.