George Szell

 

George Szell one of the great conductors of the Twentieth Century was born in Budapest on June 7th 1897 and died in Cleveland on July 30th 1970. His family was of Jewish origin but converted to Catholicism. He moved with his family to Vienna when he was a small child .He studied piano with Richard Robert who was also the teacher of pianist Rudolf Serkin who was to become a lifelong friend and frequent collaborator. Szell studied composition with Mandyszewski in Vienna and in his mid teens with famed composer Max Reger. Szell was something of a musical prodigy and was... Read More

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