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Gilbert Kalish (born July 2, 1935) is an American pianist. He was born in New York and studied with Leonard Shure, Julius Hereford and Isabelle Vengerova. He was a founding member of the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, a pioneering new music group that flourished during the 1960s and '70s. He was a pianist of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players from 1969 to 1998. He is noted for his partnerships with other artists, particularly his thirty-year collaboration with mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani, but also including cellists Timothy Eddy and Joel Krosnick, and soprano Dawn Upshaw.

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  • Gilbert Kalish (* 2. Juli 1935 in New York City) ist ein US-amerikanischer Pianist und Musikpädagoge. Kalish studierte bis 1956 an der Columbia University und vervollkommnete seine Ausbildung am Berkshire Music Center und beim Marlboro Festival. Zu seinen Lehrern zählten Leonard Shure, Julius Hereford und Isabelle Vengerova. Er war 1962 Gründungsmitglied des Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, dem er bis 1979 angehörte und von 1969 bis 1998 Pianist der Boston Symphony Chamber Players. Weiterhin arbeitete er mit Ensembles wie dem Gramercy Chamber Ensemble, den Aeolian Chamber Players und den Penn Contemporary Players und mit Solisten wie den Sängerinnen Jan DeGaetani und Dawn Upshow und den Cellisten Timothy Eddy und Joel Krosnick zusammen. Als Gast trat er u. a. mit dem Boston Symphony Orchestr
  • Gilbert Kalish (born July 2, 1935) is an American pianist. He was born in New York and studied with Leonard Shure, Julius Hereford and Isabelle Vengerova. He was a founding member of the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, a pioneering new music group that flourished during the 1960s and '70s. He was a pianist of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players from 1969 to 1998. He is noted for his partnerships with other artists, particularly his thirty-year collaboration with mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani, but also including cellists Timothy Eddy and Joel Krosnick, and soprano Dawn Upshaw.
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  • Gilbert Kalish (* 2. Juli 1935 in New York City) ist ein US-amerikanischer Pianist und Musikpädagoge. Kalish studierte bis 1956 an der Columbia University und vervollkommnete seine Ausbildung am Berkshire Music Center und beim Marlboro Festival. Zu seinen Lehrern zählten Leonard Shure, Julius Hereford und Isabelle Vengerova. Er war 1962 Gründungsmitglied des Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, dem er bis 1979 angehörte und von 1969 bis 1998 Pianist der Boston Symphony Chamber Players. Weiterhin arbeitete er mit Ensembles wie dem Gramercy Chamber Ensemble, den Aeolian Chamber Players und den Penn Contemporary Players und mit Solisten wie den Sängerinnen Jan DeGaetani und Dawn Upshow und den Cellisten Timothy Eddy und Joel Krosnick zusammen. Als Gast trat er u. a. mit dem Boston Symphony Orchestra, dem Buffalo Symphony Orchestra und dem New York Philharmonic Orchestra und vielen namhaften Streichquartetten wie dem Concord Quartet, dem Emerson Quartet, dem Fine Arts Quartet, dem Juilliard String Quartet, dem New World String Quartet und dem Orion String Quartet auf. Als Solist nahm Kalish an internationalen Festivals teil und trat weltweit in großen Konzerthäusern auf. Zu seinem Repertoire zählen auch Werke von Komponisten des 20. Jahrhunderts wie Alban Berg, Luciano Berio, Elliott Carter, Olivier Messiaen und Igor Strawinski. Auf mehr als einhundert Aufnahmen spielte er sowohl klassische Werke wie Klaviersonaten Joseph Haydns als auch Meisterwerke des 20. Jahrhunderts wie Charles Ives' Concord Sonata und Kompositionen von George Crumb, Ralph Shapey und Arnold Schoenberg. Von 1966 bis 1969 unterrichtete Kalish an der Rutgers University, von 1968 bis 1997 am Tanglewood Music Center (ab 1985 in der Funktion des Chairman of the Faculty). Seit 1970 ist er Professor für Klavier an der Stony Brook University. Für seine Verdienste um die zeitgenössische Musik wurde er 1995 von der University of Chicago mit dem Paul Fromm Awrad ausgezeichnet.
  • Gilbert Kalish (born July 2, 1935) is an American pianist. He was born in New York and studied with Leonard Shure, Julius Hereford and Isabelle Vengerova. He was a founding member of the Contemporary Chamber Ensemble, a pioneering new music group that flourished during the 1960s and '70s. He was a pianist of the Boston Symphony Chamber Players from 1969 to 1998. He is noted for his partnerships with other artists, particularly his thirty-year collaboration with mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani, but also including cellists Timothy Eddy and Joel Krosnick, and soprano Dawn Upshaw. Kalish is Leading Professor and Head of Performance Activities at the State University of New York at Stony Brook. From 1968 to 1997 he was a faculty member of the Tanglewood Music Center and served as the "Chairman of the Faculty" at Tanglewood from 1985-1997. He has also served on the faculties of the Banff Centre and the Steans Institute at Ravinia, and is renowned for his master class presentations. Kalish has a large discography, encompassing classical repertory, 20th-century masterworks and new compositions. These include his solo recordings of Charles Ives' Concord Sonata and sonatas of Joseph Haydn, vocal music with Jan DeGaetani and landmarks of the 20th century by composers such as Elliott Carter, George Crumb, Ralph Shapey and Arnold Schoenberg. He made the world premiere recordings of Charles Ives' Largo for Violin and Piano, In Re Con Moto et al., Largo Risoluto No. 1 & 2, A Set of Three Short Pieces (mvts: Largo cantabile: Hymn, Scherzo: Holding Your Own, Adagio cantabile: The Innate) and songs The All-Enduring, The Innate, and Song (She is not fair). Kalish appeared on Charles Schwartz's 1979 jazz symphony Mother______! Mother______! with Clark Terry and Zoot Sims. Kalish has given many first performances, and has had many works written for him. He gave the first solo piano recital in the newly renovated Miller Theatre at Columbia University. He has received many honours, including three Grammy Award nominations. In 1995 he was presented with the Paul Fromm Award by the University of Chicago Music Department for distinguished service to the music of our time.
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