Perahia


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Pe•ra•hia

(pəˈraɪ ə)

n.
Murray, born 1947, U.S. pianist.
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However the wit, imagination and illuminating felicities that, for example, the English Chamber Orchestra provided for Barenboim, Perahia and Uchida - particularly Mozart's rich and wondrous wind-band writing - are not heard enough.
Great Composers, Young American Musicians, Music From Michigan State, Recital Hall, and other programs showcased the talents of numerous performers such as Yo-Yo Ma, Emanuel Ax, Jessye Norman, Kathleen Battle, and Murray Perahia. The 1960 Leventritt International Piano Competition, the Congress of Strings, and concerts by the Detroit Symphony and Vienna Symphony Orchestras were also distributed.
Her first CD - a recording of Bartok's Sonata for two pianos and percussion with Sir George Solti, Murray Perahia and David Corkhill - won her first Grammy in 1988.
Born in Tel-Aviv, Porat studied with Emanuel Krasovsky, Maria Joao Pires and Murray Perahia. He obtained his Master's degree from the Juilliard School.
Lin ND, Norman H, Regev A, Perahia DG, Li H, Chang CL, et al.
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David Behar Perahia's Invisible Structura project during a Residency at Gloucester Cathedral appeared to engage a community in exploring that marvellous building.
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.
MURRAY PERAHIA. Acclaimed pianist Perahia concludes the Sarasota Concert Associations season, at 8 p.m.