Alan Roger Mandel is an important American pianist, especially known for his performances of nineteenth-century American music and rags.
He began taking piano lessons when he was three years old, and stayed with his first teacher, Heidi Spielter, until he was seventeen. After an auspicious debut at New York's Town Hall in 1948, he entered the Juilliard School of Music in New York in 1953, where he studied with Rhose Lhévinne; he graduated in 1956, earned his master's degree in… read more
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