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  Richard Fuller was born in Washington State (USA), studied piano and musicology at Central Washington University and the University of Oregon. He studied harpsichord and fortepiano in San Francisco and Vienna. The emphasis of his artistic work lies in the interpretation of the piano, chamber music and the Lied repertoire of the Viennese Classical and early Romantic periods, performed on the fortepiano and clavichord...More>

 

The Kipnis - Kushner Piano Duo was formed in 1995 and made its debut at the New York Musicians' Club, "The Bohemians." Appearances during subsequent seasons have included concerts in California, Connecticut, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Utah, Washington State, and, Washington, D.C....More>


  Ray McIntyre's biography has appeared in various editions of American Keyboard Artists (Chicago) and International Who's Who in Music (Cambridge, England). He served as director of the Music and Art Center, Goddard College, Plainfield, Vermont, from 1960-1970...More>

  Karen Kushner has appeared internationally in both solo (Carnegie Recital Hall; the Phillips Collection; the Deia Festival in Mallorca, Spain) and chamber music (Newport Music Festival; Strings in the Mountains; Music in Old Krakòw, Poland). She has taught at the Mannes College of Music, and most recently, on the piano faculty at the conservatory at the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Her diverse interests include...More>

  Since his debut in 1959, harpsichordist, pianist and fortepianist IGOR KIPNIS performed in recital and as soloist with orchestras throughout the world, including North, South,and Central America, Western Europe, East Germany, the former Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Poland, Israel, the Far East and Australia. He was a prolific recording artist with 82 albums to his credit, of which 56 are solo. Among the honors he received were...More>

  Bill Hearn & Scott Plato began working together as a duo in the summer of 2000. Their programs feature traditional duo guitar repertoire by composers such as Bach, Granados and Scarlatti as well as flamenco and South American folk music. The duo also perform...More>

  The LeRoi-Nickel Duo have been researching, arranging, and presenting ensemble keyboard music for over twenty-five years. As a piano duet team, Timothy and Nancy LeRoi-Nickel have performed twice at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall in New York and gave their UK debut at the Purcell Room in 1990 after studying at the Guildhall School in London...More>

  Kathleen Scheide has concertised as a harpsichord and organ soloist throughout the United States, and in Canada, Europe, Hong Kong and Mexico. She has also recorded for the Dutch HLM, OHS (Organ Historical Society) and Raven labels. Dr. Scheide holds degrees in early music performance and organ performance from New England Conservatory and the University of Southern California. She teaches music history as well as organ and harpsichord at Henderson State University...More>

 

 

 
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