Goodwin, Amina Beatrice

(Date of birth unknown.)

English concert pianist; born at Manchester, England; showed talent very early. She received instruction from her father, and played in public when six years old. She studied at Leipsic under Reinecke and Jadassohn, at Paris under Delaborde, and later under Liszt and Madame Schumann. In 1895 she founded a Piano College for ladies at London. In . 1892 she published there a work entitled Practical Hints on the Technique and Touch of Piano Playing, and has also composed some music for the piano. Her rank as a pianist is high. She married Mr. W. Ingram-Adams, an American.