Brothers to perform American music.Byline: The Register-Guard
If they were a rock group, they'd be known as the Steinhardts but, instead, they do classical music and go by the name of Arnold and Victor Steinhardt.
Arnold is the first violinist with the esteemed Guarneri String Quartet; Victor is a professor of piano at the University of Oregon The University of Oregon is a public university located in Eugene, Oregon. The university was founded in 1876, graduating its first class two years later. The University of Oregon is one of 60 members of the Association of American Universities. . Getting together to make music doesn't happen that often.
But the two will share the stage at the John G. Shedd John Graves Shedd (July 20, 1850 - October 22, 1926) was the second president and chairman of the board of Marshall Field & Company.
Born on a New Hampshire farm, Shedd arrived in Chicago, Illinois in 1871 and began working as a stock clerk for Marshall Field. Institute for the Arts this Friday for an all-American program: Leonard Bernstein's Sonata for violin and piano; Amy Beach's Three Pieces, Op. 40; Aaron Copland's ``Nocturne''; Robert Russell Bennett's "Hexapoda: Five Studies in Jitteroptera"; Henry Thacker Burleigh's "Southland Sketches" and Lukas Foss' Three American Pieces.
Concluding the program will be Victor Steinhardt's popular "Sonata Boogie," a virtuosic piano piece he has performed many times locally.
Victor Steinhardt studied at Mount St. Mary's Mount St. Mary's may refer many institutions.
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He has been on the UO faculty since 1968.
Over the years he has performed at events such as the San Luis Obispo San Luis Obispo (săn l`ĭs ōbĭs`pō), city (1990 pop. 41,958), seat of San Luis Obispo co., S Calif., near San Luis Obispo Bay; inc. 1856. Mozart Festival in California, the Sun Valley Music Festival in Idaho, the Chamber Music North-west Series in Portland and the Oregon Bach Festival The Oregon Bach Festival is an annual celebration of the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, held in Eugene, Oregon in late June and early July. It was co-founded by German conductor Helmuth Rilling and the former president of the American Choral Directors Association, Royce Saltzman, .
Arnold Steinhardt studied with Ivan Galamian at the Curtis Institute of Music Curtis Institute of Music, in Philadelphia; coeducational; founded 1924 by Mary Louise Curtis Bok (later married to Efrem Zimbalist) and named for her father, Cyrus Curtis. and, with Joseph Szigeti in Switzerland.
Steinhardt has appeared throughout America and Europe as a recitalist and soloist.
Since 1964, he has been the first violinist of the Guarneri String Quartet.
He is also a professor of violin at the University of Maryland, Rutgers University and Curtis Institute of Music.
Arnold & Victor Steinhardt
What: Violinist Arnold Steinhardt and his brother, pianist Victor Steinhardt, will perform a program of American works on the Oregon Festival of American Music's "Now Hear This" series
When: 7:30 p.m. Friday
Where: The John G. Shedd Institute for the Arts, 285 E. Broadway
How much: $10-$30, through the OFAM box office (687-6526)