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The Polish violinist Bronislaw Huberman (1882-1947) made his début as soloist in a Spohr violin concerto at the age of seven. In Berlin Joachim would not accept him as a pupil, since he was never willing to teach child prodigies, but Huberman studied with there with Joachim’s assistant and with various teachers, including Marsick in Paris, while consolidating his career as a virtuoso. He aroused great enthusiasm in Vienna, where he appeared in 1895 with Adelina Patti in her farewell concert, and in 1896 played Brahms’s Violin Concerto in the approving presence of the composer. After 1933, when he refused to appear any more in Germany, he turned his attention to the establishment of an orchestra in Palestine, which after his death became the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
MENDELSSOHN: Songs without Words (Friedman) (1930-1931) Naxos Historical
Chamber Music
TCHAIKOVSKY / BEETHOVEN: Violin Concertos (Huberman) (1928, 1934) Naxos Historical

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