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Barry Snyder has developed a reputation as a versatile musician, with solo, concerto and chamber music appearances in a career that spans some thirty years. He won early attention in 1966, when he won the Silver Medal, Pan American Union and chamber music prizes in the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Since then, he has made many successful recordings, winning the award of the Diapason d’Or for a recording of the complete cello and piano music of Fauré. Committed to performing twentiethcentury music, Barry Snyder has given several world premières of contemporary music and is Professor of Piano at the Eastman School of Music. In 1975 he was awarded the Edward Peck Curtis Award for excellence in undergraduate teaching from the University of Rochester.

Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
BERNSTEIN: Jewish Legacy (A) Naxos
Chamber Music, Vocal, Instrumental, Choral - Sacred
MOZART, W.A.: Sonatas and Concertos for Piano 4 Hands (Firkusny, Weiss, Rochester Philharmonic, D. Zinman) Vox Box
PANN: Piano Concerto / Dance Partita / Deux sejours Naxos
Orchestral, Concerto
WEINER: Art of Yiddish Song (The) Naxos

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