Béla bartók - christoph von dohnányi - the miraculous mandarin; two portraits


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Music has been an integral part of the Gardner experience since Isabella Stewart Gardner opened her Museum with a celebration featuring a performance by members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Today, you can listen to music from the Gardner Museum anytime—for free! The Museum’s rich musical program is available to listeners across the globe on a free classical music podcast as well as via individual audio recordings.

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In 1907, Bartók began teaching as a piano professor at the Royal Academy. This position freed him from touring Europe as a pianist and enabled him to work in Hungary. Among his notable students were Fritz Reiner , Sir Georg Solti , György Sándor , Ernő Balogh , and Lili Kraus . After Bartók moved to the United States, he taught Jack Beeson and Violet Archer .

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