Perahia


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Pe•ra•hia

(pəˈraɪ ə)

n.
Murray, born 1947, U.S. pianist.
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Born in Tel-Aviv, Porat studied with Emanuel Krasovsky, Maria Joao Pires and Murray Perahia.
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Anyone wanting a piano performance of the variations should consider Rana's recording along with those of Gould, Perahia and Tureck.
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World-renowned pianist Murray Perahia will make a welcome return to Hong Kong in October, following his acclaimed performance with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields in 2014.
Eminent artists such as pianists Murray Perahia, Maria JoEuo Pires, and Herbert Schuch, cellist Capucon, violinist Maxim Vengerov, violist Gerard Causse, the jazz duo of Richard Galliano and Sylvain Luc, as well as the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, Venice Baroque Orchestra, Artemis Quartet, and Academy of St.
Acclaimed pianist Perahia concludes the Sarasota Concert Associations season, at 8 p.
21 C-dur Opus 53, edited by Norbert Gertsch and Murray Perahia.
Sony Classical is the home of artists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Lang Lang, Joshua Bell, Murray Perahia and Vittorio Grigolo, as well as containing the musical legacy of Glenn Gould, Arthur Rubinstein, Vladimir Horowitz, Arturo Toscanini and Leonard Bernstein.
The most analytical of keyboard virtuosos, Perahia knows the method of the great Viennese-Jewish theorist Heinrich Schenker and brings his background and contacts to bear on the Center's teaching methods.
Murray Perahia at The Sage Gateshead THE Sage Gateshead added to its tally of must-see pianists with the debut of London-based New Yorker Murray Perahia, a musician who has overcome the odds in style since a hand injury he sustained in 1990 forced a series of career breaks.
WHEN a hand injury threatened to end the international career of pianist Murray Perahia he sought comfort during his long recovery by studying the keyboard music of JS Bach.