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 (hī′fĭts), Jascha 1901-1987.
Russian-born American violinist. Considered among the world's best violinists at the age of 13, he matured into a great artist, tempering his virtuoso technique with thoughtful interpretation.


(Biography) Jascha (ˈjæʃə). 1901–87, US violinist, born in Russia


(ˈhaɪ fɪts)

Ja•scha (ˈyɑ ʃə) 1901–87, U.S. violinist, born in Russia.
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RKF Vice Chairman Ariel Schuster, Managing Director Ross Berkowitz, and Associates Jason Wecker and Mitch Heifetz represented SL Green.
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COMMEMORATING the 70th anniversary of the state of Israel and 60th year of its friendship treaty with the Philippines, the Ayala Museum recently hosted the artistic bamboo compilations of Anat Heifetz.
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And that enables them often to have more flexibility in the face of situations where there are no clear answers," professor Ronald Heifetz, founding director of the Center for Public Leadership of the John F.
Titled 'The Golden Age,' it evokes the era of his favorite violinists: Oistrakh, Heifetz, Milstein, Kreisler _ and many more, he says.