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Neubauer, Paul

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Los Angeles. Paul Neubauer was recently called 'the most admired chamber violist in this hemisphere' by Los Angeles Times. His last recordings include two works written for him, Wild Purple by Joan Tower and Viola Rhapsody by Henri Lazarof. Other recent recordings include Soul Garden by D. Bermel (CRI), commissioned for him by The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center. He has performed with the New York, Los Angeles and Helsinki philharmonics, National, St. Louis, Detroit, Dallas, San Francisco and Bournemouth symphonies, Santa Cecilia and English Chamber and Beethovenhalle orchestras. He gave the world premiere of the revised Bartók Viola Concerto. He is the director of chamber music at the OK Mozart Festival and participant at the festivals of Verbier, Ravinia, Stavanger, Hollywood Bowl, Lincoln Center, Mostly Mozart, Saratoga, Marlboro, and Ljubljana. He was won many first prizes and in 1989 became the first violist who receive an Avery Fisher Career Grant. Neubauer is professor at The Juilliard School and Mason Gross School of the Arts in the Rutgers University.

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