Georges Enesco


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Romanian violinist and composer (1881-1955)

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Violin professor Fritz Gearhart will be featured in a solo violin adaptation of an orchestral piece by Georges Enesco.
(Reynaldo Hahn was born in Venezuela and Georges Enesco in Romania, but both lived and worked in Paris for the bulk of their adult lives.)
Internationally renowned pianist, teacher, composer and writer, Seymour Bernstein studied with Nadia Boulanger, Georges Enesco and Sir Clifford Curzon.
The veritable whirlwind George Enescu (or Georges Enesco in the Gallic sphere with which he is often identified) has not lacked for admirers in the Anglophone world--Gerald Abraham pronounced the operatic masterwork Oedipe to be "as subtly wrought" as Alban Berg's Wozzeck (in The Concise Oxford History of Music [London: Oxford University Press, 1979], 838)--and so it seems remarkable that the literature in English has for so long remained in a parlous state; Enescu cannot even be traced amidst the hues of Elaine Brody's Paris: The Musical Kaleidoscope 1870-1925 (New York: Braziller, 1987), though, similar to Maurice Ravel, he aroused considerable attention in Paris as a young student of Andre Gedalge and Gabriel Faure.