Longy School Of Music Peter Serkin, piano, Distinguished Artist in Residence Peter Serkin is one of the most revered and individualistic musicians in the world of classical music. http://www.longy.edu/faculty/members/serkin_peter.htm
Peter Serkin Biography Peter Serkin (born July 24, 1947) is an American pianist. He was born in New York City and is the son of pianist Rudolf Serkin and grandson of violinist Adolf Busch. http://www.greatconcertartist.com/Biography/Pianists/Serkin_Peter.html
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Extractions: Jump to: navigation search Peter Serkin natal chart (Placidus) natal chart English style (Equal houses) Name Serkin, Peter Gender : M Birthname Serkin, Peter Adolf born on 24 July 1947 at 23:48 (= 11:48 PM ) Place Manhattan NY, USA, Timezone EDT h4w (is daylight saving time) Data source BC/BR in hand Rodden Rating AA Astrology data Asc. add Peter Serkin to 'my astro' American piano prodigy who made his concert debut on 11/29/1959 at the age of 12. He was well on his way to a successful career by the age of 17; however, his career progress was hampered by his severe stage fright. He was the son of world famous pianist Rudolph Serkin and the grandson of violinist, Adolf Busch, as well as, nephew of conductor, Fritz Busch. He was a enjoying a successful recording career which started in 1965 until he went through a "hippie phase" in 1967. He dropped out of the limelight until his re-emergence in 1973. His come-back was a success; however, he had become selective and eclectic. He was considered one of the most gifted musicians in America as well as elusive. He married for the first time in October 1968 and had a daughter, Karina in 1970. He was married a second time to a photographer and they made their home in New York. His father Rudolf died from cancer 5/08/1991.
David Soyer, Cello - InstantEncore He appeared in recital with Rudolf Serkin, Peter Serkin, Mieczyslaw Horszowski, and Andr s Schiff. He has also been soloist with the orchestras of Philadelphia, Dallas, Utah, and http://www.instantencore.com/contributor/contributor.aspx?CId=5074034
Serkin, Peter Serkin, Peter, (b. July 24, 1947, New York, N.Y., U.S.), American pianist noted for his performances of classical and contemporary works. A son of pianist Rudolf Serkin, Peter was http://www.uv.es/EBRIT/micro/micro_707_88.html
Extractions: Britannica CD Index Articles Dictionary Help (b. July 24, 1947, New York, N.Y., U.S.), American pianist noted for his performances of classical and contemporary works. A son of pianist Rudolf Serkin, Peter was a prodigy who by the age of 12 played concertos by W.A. Mozart and F.J. Haydn in concert with American orchestras. He attended the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia until 1965, then began his recording career by playing music of J.S. Bach and Franz Schubert. By 1969, he abandoned wearing formal attire at concerts and devoted his programs almost entirely to 20th-century composers, including Igor Stravinsky, Olivier Messaien, and the Arnold Schoenberg circle. Serkin's interests in non-Western philosophies and musical traditions led him to retire in the early 1970s, to travel at length through Asia and Morocco, then to live in Mexico. He returned to performing in 1973 and cofounded Tashi, a chamber group unique for its instrumentation (piano, clarinet, violin, cello) and for its repertoire, which was largely centred on contemporary composers. His public performances and recordings, infrequent in the 1970s, became frequent after 1980 in solo, chamber, and symphonic contexts, and, though he played classical and romantic works more frequently, he continued to premiere new works by living composers. Related Propaedia Topics: Recording and reproduction of music
Peter Serkin - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia He was born in New York City and is the son of pianist Rudolf Serkin, and grandson of the influential violinist Adolf Busch, whose daughter Irene had married Rudolf Serkin. Peter http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Serkin
Extractions: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Peter Adolf Serkin (born July 24, 1947) is an American pianist He was born in New York City and is the son of pianist Rudolf Serkin , and grandson of the influential violinist Adolf Busch , whose daughter Irene had married Rudolf Serkin. Peter was given the middle name Adolf in honor of his grandfather. In , at the age of 11, Serkin began studying at the Curtis Institute of Music where his teachers included the Polish pianist Mieczysław Horszowski , the American virtuoso Lee Luvisi, as well as his own father. He graduated in . He has also studied with Ernst Oster , flutist Marcel Moyse , and Karl Ulrich Schnabel His concert career began in , when he first performed at the Marlboro Music Festival , a seminal agent and incubator of chamber music performance in the U.S., established in 1951 by the elder Serkin, Hermann and Adolf Busch, along with Marcel, Blanche and Louis Moyse. Following that performance, Peter Serkin was invited to play with major orchestras such as the Cleveland Orchestra under George Szell and the Philadelphia Orchestra with Eugene Ormandy In 1966, at the age of 19, Serkin was awarded the
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Peter Serkin At Shriver Hall - Baltimore Sun Peter Serkin is a pianist who has never been afraid to take risks He performs demanding contemporary pieces, many of which he has himself commissioned; and he also follows the http://articles.baltimoresun.com/1995-10-19/entertainment/1995292064_1_rudolf-se
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