The Gorham Orchestra, composed of employes at the works of the Gorham Mfg. Co., gave its fourth annual concert in the Gorham Casino, Wednesday afternoon. The concert was fully up to the high standard set in previous years and was thoroughly enjoyable. The leader of the orchestra is George Needham and it is composed of the following : Violins and violas, Carl Poyton, W. Burns, W. Hanna, W. D. Hall, V. Richter, W. Faucher, V. Aberg and A. Mowry; 'cello, J. Bowering; contra bass, W. Wright; oboe, J. F. Keith; flute, W. Kingman; clarionets, W. Burns, C. E. Register, P. Renzi ; cornets, G. Dalton, W. H. Chasseur; French horn, J. K. Talbot; euphonium, J. Depasse; drums, J. F. Callon. C. F. Kramer was pianist and accompanist. The programme included classical and popular selections and was composed of quartet selections and solos, as well as the orchestral numbers.
Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 4th May 1904