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    Elisso Bolkvadze comes from a literary family. She gave her first concert at the age of seven. She studied in a special music school for…

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  6. Abbey Simon (b. 8 January 1922, New York) is an American classical pianist.

    Simon began lessons with David Saperton at the age of five. At the age…

  7. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilya_Zilberstein
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  9. Emmy Verhey (born 13 March 1949, Amsterdam) is a Dutch violinist.

    Verhey got her first violin lesson from her father when she was seven. Within a…

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  12. The career of this renowned pianist began in the late '50s, when he won first prize in several international competitions. In 1962, he made his…

  13. Simon Trpčeski (Macedonian: Симон Трпчески) (born September 18, 1979, in Skopje, SFR Yugoslavia), is a classical pianist from the Republic of…

  14. Carol Rosenberger (b.1933) - is a classical pianist. Born in Detroit, Michigan, Carol studied in the U.S. with Webster Aitken and Katja Andy; in Paris…

  15. The Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra (also known in English as the SWR Baden-Baden and Freiburg Symphony Orchestra or SWR Symphony…

  16. Emanuel Ax (born June 8, 1949) is a Jewish-American pianist.

    Born in Lviv, Ukraine (then a constituent republic of the Soviet Union) to parents…

  17. Fou Ts'ong was born in Shanghai, China in 1934. After first studying with Mario Paci, he moved to Europe in 1953, to study with Zbigniew Drzewicki at…

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  19. "This great poet of the piano warmed his brilliantly articulated playing with a ripe, ringing core to each note." --Hilary Finch, The Times

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