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Examples of "kirshbaum"
Warren is credited with suggesting the formation of an important trio. She encouraged the collaboration between the pianist Peter Frankl, the violinist György Pauk and the American cellist Ralph Kirshbaum to form the Pauk–Kirshbaum–Frankl Piano Trio.
Samuel Kirshbaum Knight was a suffragan bishop from 1924 until his death in 1932.
Kirshbaum was born in Denton, Texas, and grew up in Tyler. His father, Joseph Kirshbaum, was a professional violinist, music educator, and conductor who founded the East Texas Symphony Orchestra; his mother, Gertrude Morris Kirshbaum, was a harpist. Ralph started cello lessons with his father at age six; he continued with Dallas teachers Roberta Guastafeste at 11 and Lev Aronson at 14. He won numerous awards as a student and appeared as a soloist with the Dallas Symphony at age 15.
Larry Kirshbaum was the first publisher when Amazon Publishing was founded in 2012. He was based in New York City. In January 2014, Laurence Kirshbaum left the company. According to "Publishers Weekly", "Under his direction, Amazon Publishing has had a difficult time gaining traction in the marketplace and failed to deliver any major bestsellers. In addition to the lackluster performance of the group, Kirshbaum drew unwanted attention this summer when a lawsuit was filed against him for sexual assault."
Ralph Kirshbaum and his wife, Antoinette, have one son, Alex, who studied music at the Rimon Music School in Israel.
Raphael Kirshbaum Building, also known as the R. Kirshbaum Company, is a historic commercial building located at Union City, Randolph County, Indiana. It was built in 1876, and is a three-story, rectangular, Italianate style brick building. It features rounded arch openings with pressed tin hoodmolds and a metal cornice with a wide overhang supported by brackets.
Nue Agency was founded in 2008 by Jesse Kirshbaum who still serves as the company’s CEO. Soon after, Alex Kirshbaum (Jesse’s brother) would agree to join the company and move back to New York from Florida where he was working in finance.
The WPOR airstaff consists of Jon Shannon, Sarah Sullivan, and Adam in the morning; other staff include Sarah Sullivan, Randi Kirshbaum, Mark Jennings, and Mike Matthews.
The duo signed exclusively with Jesse Kirshbaum of NUE Agency 29 April 2010 for booking representation. That same year the band headlined their first tour,
Kirshbaum has recorded extensively; selections from his discography are shown below. His cello was crafted in 1729 by the Venetian maker Domenico Montagnana.
Fürst died of cancer in Paris in 2007. He was married three times. His first wife, Annette (now Annette Kirshbaum), his third wife and two sons survive him.
He has collaborated with such acclaimed musicians as Itzhak Perlman, Pinchas Zukerman, Yefim Bronfman, Lynn Harrell, Anne Sofie von Otter, Ralph Kirshbaum and Michael Tree.
Ralph Henry Kirshbaum (born March 4, 1946) is an American cellist currently living in Los Angeles. During his career he has performed solos with major orchestras worldwide, won prizes in several international competitions, and recorded extensively.
The BBC later commissioned "Fourteen Little Pictures" by James MacMillan to mark the 25th anniversary of Pauk–Kirshbaum–Frankl Piano Trio. It was played by them at the Wigmore Hall in 1997. Warren died in 2005.
The William Kerr House, Raphael Kirshbaum Building, Union City Commercial Historic District, Union City Passenger Depot, Union City Public Library, and Union City School are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
He has a partnership with violinist Vadim Repin and has worked with other colleagues, including Julian Rachlin, Michael Collins, Ralph Kirshbaum, Boris Pergamenschikov, Brigitte Engerer, Hamish Milne, Akiko Suwanai, Dmitri Makhtin and Alexander Kniazev.
According to Kirshbaum, the law was used to exclude a land owner from his own land so that it could be expropriated under the "Land Acquisition (Validation of Acts and Compensation) Law (1953)".
Aronson’s students include Lynn Harrell, Ralph Kirshbaum, Brian Thornton, John Sharp, Adron Ming, Brook Pearce, Christopher Adkins, Laurie Arnold, Alicia Randisi-Hooker, Karen Terbeek, Carol Haski, Philip Taggart, Kevin Dvorak, Richard Pope, Jonathan Reimer, Rebecca Young, and Mitch Maxwell.
Cellists who have recorded the concerto since Piatigorsky include Steven Isserlis, Pierre Fournier, Paul Tortelier, János Starker, Ralph Kirshbaum, Yo-Yo Ma, Raphael Wallfisch, Lynn Harrell, Pieter Wispelwey, Julian Lloyd Webber, Paul Watkins, Christian Poltéra and others.
Parisot is renowned for his teaching, having held posts at Peabody Conservatory, Mannes College of Music, the Juilliard School, and the New England Conservatory in addition to his current position at Yale, which he has held since 1958. Throughout the years, his students have gone on to careers as prominent concert artists, teachers and players in major symphony orchestras. Some better-known former students of his include Jesús Castro-Balbi, Shauna Rolston, Bion Tsang, Ralph Kirshbaum, Han-na Chang, Robert deMaine, Johann Sebastian Paetsch, Jian Wang. According to Kirshbaum: