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  • In 1949, the Moyse family settled in Vermont, where Busch and pianist Rudolf Serkin were living.

    Blanche Moyse, musical pioneer and peerless conductor of Bach choral works, dies at 101

  • Noteworthy recordings of the work include those by Vladimir Ashkenazy (London), Clifford Curzon (Decca), Rudolf Serkin (Sony) and Mitsuko Uchida (Philips).

    New Work, New Instrument

  • After making her debut with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at age eleven, she studied with Rudolf Serkin, who was a powerful and continuing influence in her musical life.

    Jewish Women and Jewish Music in America.

  • Some of her birthdays were celebrated with famous musicians and fellow refugees from Berlin, Rudolf Serkin and Adolf Busch.

    Alice Salomon.

  • In one of her recreation homes she discovered the pianist Rudolf Serkin (1903 – 1991) and promoted him by encouraging him to perform at her charity events.

    Eugenie Schwarzwald.

  • They introduced her to Rudolf Serkin, who became the most important influence in her career.

    Ruth Laredo.

  • In the era of the ubiquitous Hollywood star pianist José Iturbi (1895-1980), audiences still flocked to see sober, unflashy pianists like Rudolf Serkin or Benno Moiseiwitsch, masterly musicians who would never be mistaken for pop performers.

    Why Yundi Li Got Cut

  • The assumption was that great recordings of the classics by artists like Leonard Bernstein and Rudolf Serkin would sell enough copies over the long haul to pay for themselves -- and that's just what happened.

    When Lowbrows Subsidize Highbrows

  • Meanwhile, Stern continued to mentor the young pianist, arranging for him to study at the Marlboro Music Festival with Rudolf Serkin, and then, when things didn't quite work out between Mr. Bronfman and Serkin, persuading the pianist and teacher Leon Fleisher to take him on.

    Pursuing 'an Ongoing Experiment'

  • Tony Award-winning actress Harry Reasoner, 68, reporter and news anchor Eugene Fodor, 85, travel writer Rudolf Serkin, 88, pianist Frank Capra, 94, filmmaker, "It's a Wonderful Life"

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