The British Women's Symphony Orchestra.
Titles read: "Practically all the great orchestras of the world are staffed by mere man - but to England belongs the proud distinction of having the World's finest women's orchestra. Today we are privileged to present the 80 performers of The British Women's Symphony Orchestra (Playing at the Queen's Hall, London)."
Various shots of the British Women's Symphony Orchestra playing at Queen's Hall, conducted by Grace Burrows. They are playing an excerpt from 'Don Juan' by Strauss. A few men are seen among the women players. At the end of the piece the audience applauds as Grace Burrows takes a bow.