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 (äsh′kə-nä′zē), Vladimir Davidovitch Born 1937.
Russian-born Icelandic pianist noted for his intellectual interpretation of classical, romantic, and modern music.
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Ashkenazy

(ˌæʃkəˈnɑːzɪ)
n
(Biography) Vladimir. born 1937, Soviet-born Icelandic pianist and conductor
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Ash•ke•na•zy

(ˈɑʃ kəˌnɑ zi)
n.
Vladimir (Davidovich), born 1937, Russian pianist in western Europe since 1963.
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He successfully performedwith such conductors as Valery Gergiev, Yuri Temirkanov, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Vladimir Spivakov and Manfred Honeck and share the stage with such artists as Elisabeth Leonskaja, David Geringas, Denis Matsuev and Daniil Trifonov.
Her video/DVD Freeing the Caged Bird--Developing Well-Coordinated, Injury-Preventive Piano Technique won the 2002 MTNA-Frances Clark Keyboard Pedagogy Award and was praised as "A monumental work!" by Vladimir Ashkenazy.
He has collaborated with famous conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Matthias Barnert, James Conlon, and Alexander Dmitriev.
Another renowned prizewinner in the Moscow competition is the much-loved pianist, now conductor, Vladimir Ashkenazy, patron of the competition.
Back in the 1970s, Vladimir Ashkenazy was a superstar pianist who "wowed" audiences around the world, something he continued to do when he began to concentrate on conducting.
He has worked with conductors including Lorin Maazel, Tan Dun, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Fabio Luisi, Leonard Slatkin, Kent Nagano, Myung-Whun Chung and Jonathan Nott.
To tell this story, Angelo Bozzolini has assembled a "who's who" of famous musicians commenting on Chopin and his music including Vladimir Ashkenazy, Daniel Barenboim, Martha Argerich, and Charles Rosen.
Philharmonia Orchestra at St David's Hall, Cardiff ?????' WAS it really more than three decades ago that Vladimir Ashkenazy recorded Rachmaninov's symphonies with the Concertgebouw Orchestra?
Also in the 2014 programme are Vladimir Ashkenazy and the European Union Youth Orchestra on March 24 and Montenegro's Milos, who will take over the Emirates Palace stage on March 26 with a recital of Latin and classical guitar.
Which musical instrument is associated with the virtuoso Vladimir Ashkenazy? 8.
He has since collaborated with several orchestras including the Vienna Chamber Orchestra and Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra and worked with prominent conductors such as Vladimir Ashkenazy, Christian Lindberg, Ari Rasilainen, Michalis Economou and Shao En, to name a few.
As for the main hall itself, a series of pre-opening concerts by the Iceland Symphony Orchestra under the direction of conductor-pianist Vladimir Ashkenazy (himself an Icelandic citizen) presaged what those of us who arrived for the May 13 official opening concert were to discover--that Henning Larsen Architects of Copenhagen and the design artist Olafur Eliasson, together with Artec, the New York-based acoustics and theatre-planning firm, had given Iceland's capital one of Europe's finest modern concert halls.