Extractions: Isaac Stern Mr Stern's career spanned more than six decades, and he played with the New York Philharmonic more than any other violinist in history. Although acclaimed for his renditions of classical works, he was also a champion of contemporary music and recorded new works by many of the 20th century's finest composers. He was the soloist in the Oscar-winning soundtrack of the film Fiddler on the Roof. His pioneering 1979 trip to China, as an official guest of the government, was immortalised in the film From Mao to Mozart, which won an Oscar for best documentary, Child prodigy Russian-born, Isaac Stern was brought to the United States as a baby.
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Extractions: Languages Spanish Portuguese German Italian Korean Arabic Japanese Time, Inc. Time.com People Fortune EW InStyle Business 2.0 NEW YORK (CNN) Famed violinist Isaac Stern died Saturday. He was 81. "Stern did pass away today," said Maria Dolce, an administrator at New York Hospital - Cornell Medical Center. During more than half a century as a professional musician, Stern appeared on concert stages around the world and served as a mentor to many young musicians. Born in Kreminiecz, Ukraine in 1920, he came to the United States at 10 months of age after his parents fled the Russian Revolution in 1921. Raised in San Francisco, he began playing the violin at the age of eight and made his recital debut at 13. His orchestral debut came three years later, in 1936, with a performance of the Brahms Violin Concerto with the San Francisco Symphony. At 22, he debuted at Carnegie Hall.
Extractions: The Learning From Performers series will honor musician Isaac Stern on Monday, Oct. 25, in an event moderated by Nobel laureate Dudley Herschbach, Frank B. Baird Jr. Professor of Science. Titled "My First 79 Years: a Conversation with Violinist Isaac Stern," the discussion of Sterns life and art will take place at Lowell Hall at the corner of Kirkland and Oxford streets at 7 p.m.
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Extractions: "Music is for me a constant wonderment anda constant search." Isaac Stern was not a typical musician. His styling was instantly recognized as something new and different though initially unappreciated when he hit the New York scene. Stern credited his formative violin education to Naoum Blinder, his teacher at the San Francisco conservatory, admiring Blinder's emphasis upon musical instinct in place of standard musical drilling in scales and the like. Stern, who grew up in San Francisco after having spent his first year of life in the Ukraine, made his New York debut in 1937, at the age of seventeen, and was instantly rebuffed by leading critics. However, his return the following year was considered an unqualified success and solidified his position as a preeminent violinist despite the fact that, as Stern himself noted, "maybe I didn't even play as well [the second time]." Clearly marking his path for fame, Stern enlisted the services of Sol Hurok, a focused agent who soon helped Stern become one of the busiest men in the music business. In one seven-month stretch in 1949, Stern played 120 concerts on three continents. Hurok once told the New York Times that "Stern is a man who cannot rest," and, indeed, Stern was not one to be caught acting idly, even when he wasn't on one of his whirlwind musical tours. Crusading for arts causes, Stern earned some of his most significant notoriety for his philanthropically-centered work ethic. He championed Carnegie Hall when it was facing take-over by developers, forcing legislation that brought the concert hall into New York City's possession and becoming the first president of the Carnegie Hall Corporation, remaining in the position until his death this past Saturday. The National Endowment for the Arts also owes its existence to Stern, who assumed an a advisory during its creation in the 1960's and appearing before Congress in the 1970's to protest potential cuts in art funding.
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Extractions: Ananova: Violinist Isaac Stern dies Isaac Stern, the master violinist who saved Carnegie Hall from the bulldozers, has died at 81. Stern, one of the last great violinists of his generation, died of heart failure in New York. He was one of the most recorded classical musicians in history, making well over 100 recordings. He had suffered from heart disease for several years and had been in and out of the hospital for the past six weeks, said Carnegie Hall chairman Sandy Weill. "Isaac was far more than a musician. He was a person who was outstanding in everything, whether thinking about politics, or business, or as a humanitarian," Weill said. Stern played well over 175 performances by the late 1990s at Carnegie Hall, America's musical temple renowned for its acoustics. He leaves a wife, Linda Reynolds Stern, whom he married in 1996; three children from a previous marriage, daughter Shira, a rabbi, and sons Michael and David, both conductors; and five grandchildren. Story filed: 10:08 Sunday 23rd September 2001 Related stories:
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Extractions: e-mail: email@example.com Violinist Isaac Stern to Visit Williams on April 17 WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass., March 28, 2000 Violinist Isaac Stern will visit Williams College on Monday, April 17, as part of its Mt. Hope Distinguished Visitors Series. He will hold a master class for students of string instruments and participate in a conversation for the public with Fay Vincent '60. The master class at 4 p.m. and the conversation at 5 p.m. are open to the public. The events will be held at Chapin Hall. Parking is limited and people are urged to plan accordingly. Stern is recognized worldwide as one of the foremost violinists of this century. He made his orchestral debut with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra in 1936, and throughout his more than 60 years as a professional musician, he has appeared on the world's most prestigious concert stages, guided the careers of countless young musicians and devoted himself to the advancement of the arts nationally and internationally. He is one of the most recorded musical artists of our time, with more than 100 recordings of over 200 works by 63 composers to his credit. He has premiered violin works by Bernstein, Penderecki, Rochberg, Schuman, Dutilleux, and Peter Maxwell Davies, has given the first American performances of works by Bartok and Hindemith, and with the exception of the Schuman work, has recorded all of these.
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Extractions: Presse-Infos zum Tode von Isaac Stern Stern beim Üben in seinem New - Yorker Studio Foto: AP Mittelbayerische Zeitung Violinist Isaac Stern ist tot Der berühmte Violinist Isaac Stern ist mit 81 Jahren in New York gestorben. Dies sagte ein Sprecher des New Yorker Presbyterian-Krankenhauses. Mit seinen Eltern kam der in der Ukraine geborene Stern bereits mit einem Jahr nach Kalifornien und erhielt in San Francisco seine Ausbildung. Dort gab er mit elf Jahren sein Debut. Schon als Teenager spielte er unter Pierre Monteux und Otto Klemperer. 1937 trat er erstmals in New York auf. Seine langjährige Karriere und zahlreiche Aktivitäten jenseits der Konzertbühne machten ihn zu einem der beliebtesten und weltweit anerkanntesten Musiker. Zürich, 20 Minuten Isaac Stern: Herzversagen NEW YORK - Der amerikanische Violinist Isaac Stern ist am Samstag im Alter von 81 Jahren gestorben. Wie eine Sprecherin der New Yorker Carnegie Hall mitteilte, starb der Künstler in einer Klinik in der Stadt an Herzversagen. Er war einer der letzten großen Geiger seiner Generation.