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Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982) was a great pianist and a great Polish patriot. He lived in dramatic and troubled times, two world wars, the Holocaust and communism, yet he always found time for music and celebrating life. He had the soul of a poet, was charismatic and charming, and was called a master of elegance and etiquette. Artur Rubinstein was born on January 28, 1887 in Lodz, Poland, as the seventh child in a Jewish businessman’s family. In Lodz he took his first music lessons and performed at charity concerts. In 1897 he went to Berlin to study music with Henryk Barth and Josef Joachim, making his debut in 1900. Rubinstein gave concerts in the world’s most important music halls, and promoted Polish music, especially that of Frederic Chopin and Karol Szymanowski, with whom he was friends.

Artur Rubinstein, the Chopin Poet

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Arthur Rubinstein (1887-1982) was a great pianist and a great Polish patriot. He lived in dramatic and troubled times, two world wars, the Holocaust and communism, yet he always found time for music and celebrating life. He had the soul of a poet, was charismatic and charming, and was called a master of elegance and etiquette. Artur Rubinstein was born on January 28, 1887 in Lodz, Poland, as the seventh child in a Jewish businessman’s family. In Lodz he took his first music lessons and performed at charity concerts. In 1897 he went to Berlin to study music with Henryk Barth and Josef Joachim, making his debut in 1900. Rubinstein gave concerts in the world’s most important music halls, and promoted Polish music, especially that of Frederic Chopin and Karol Szymanowski, with whom he was friends.

Artur Rubinstein, the Chopin Poet

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