Dame Myra Hess


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Noun1.Dame Myra Hess - English pianist (1890-1965)
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Among the legendary musicians it has brought to Huddersfield are Pablo Casals, Artur Rubinstein, Dame Myra Hess, Kathleen Ferrier, Paul Robeson, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears.
In the last season, the group has performed at Penn State Erie, Chicago's Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert at the Chicago Cultural Center, Western Illinois University, Stephen F.
Bognar won the 2009 Artist Presentation Society Auditions and in 2010 featured two appearances at the Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concerts in Chicago.
Undoubtedly, it was the efforts of my early teachers that caught the interest of both Arthur Rubinstein and Dame Myra Hess.
In 1939 Dame Myra Hess, the famous pianist, put forward the idea of lunch-time concerts.
In Admission: One Shilling, she tells the story of Dame Myra Hess, the celebrated British pianist who organised a series of lunch time concerts during the Second World War to bolster morale.
A series of concerts held to commemorate Dame Myra Hess (1890-1965), the pianist who conceived the idea to use the National I Gallery as a venue for concerts during the Blitz.
Kovacevich made his concert debut at the age of 11 and when he was 18 he moved to England to study with Dame Myra Hess.
Performers mentioned are Rubinstein, Paderewski, Rachmaninoff, Glenn Gould, and Dame Myra Hess, and one chapter is devoted to some of their autographs.
He has released two CDs, and in February performed on the prestigious Dame Myra Hess Memorial Series in Chicago, which was broadcast live across America on radio and cable television.
Norman Inwood on a wartime encounter as a boy at a piano recital by Dame Myra Hess.