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THEODORE SAIDENBERG

Theodore Saidenberg (1908-1986) is a much sought-after accompanist and partner in chamber music. He appeared in concert with Louis Kaufman, Erica Morini, Jascha Heifetz, Rose Bampton, Emmanuel Feuermann, Mischa Mischakoff, Raya Garbousova, Helen Jepson, Lily Pons, Richard Tucker and Isaac Stern. A native of Baltimore, Maryland and a graduate of the Curtis Institute in Philadelphia, Saidenberg had also a successful career in radio, motion picture recording and on the concert stage. Saidenberg and Edward Rebner (1910-1993) who teamed up on radio, perform in 1946 a two-piano version of “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring”, BWV 147, a work that is best known in Myra Hess’s extraordinary two-hand transcription.

Role: Classical Artist 
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