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Alexis Weissenberg (알렉시스 바이센베르크)

출생국가

Sofia, Bulgaria

활동년도

1929/07/26~

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Alexis Weissenberg (born July 26, 1929) is a Bulgarian-born French Jewish pianist.

He was born in Sofia and had piano lessons from the age of three with Pancho Vladigerov. He gave his first public performance at the age of eight. After escaping to Palestine in 1945, where he studied with Leo Kestenberg, he went to the Juilliard School in 1946 to study with Olga Samaroff. He also consulted Artur Schnabel and Wanda Landowska. In 1947 he made his New York debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of George Szell playing Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No. 3. Between 1956 and 1966 he took an extended sabbatical for the purpose of studying and teaching. He resumed his career in 1966 by giving a recital in Paris; later that year he gave Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 in Berlin under Herbert von Karajan, who called him "one of the best pianists of our time".

Weissenberg possesses one of the finest techniques of any pianist in the generation following the great Russian School pianists (Lhevinne, Horowitz, et al.), yet he never used it for the sole purpose of virtuosity. Pyrotechnics only served the musical exposition. His recording of the Liszt Sonata of the early 1970s is one of the most exciting and also lyrical, in a discography with at least 75 recordings. He is also well known for his expressive readings of Schumann and Rachmaninoff.

He also is a great teacher, giving piano master classes all over the world. He has founded the Alexis Weissenberg's Piano Master Class in Engelberg (Switzerland), where he has had as students many pianists of the new generation: Kirill Gerstein, Simon Mulligan, Mehmet Okonsar[1] and Nazzareno Carusi among others.

 

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