The Istomin-Stern-Rose Trio: Trios by Beethoven and Brahms

The Istomin-Stern-Rose Trio: Trios by Beethoven and Brahms

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In 1961, three of the world's great instrumental soloists, equally renowned for their work as ensemble players, united to form the celebrated Istomin-Stern-Rose Trio. EUGENE ISTOMIN (1925-2003) began his distinguished career at age 17 with a performance of the Brahms Piano Concerto No. 2 with the New York Philharmonic. Since that time, he performed with every major orchestra and enjoyed great success as a solo recitalist and chamber player. ISAAC STERN (1920-200l),oneof the world's most celebrated violinists, made his solo orchestral debut in 1936, playing the Saint-Saens Violin Concerto No. 3 with the San Francisco Symphony. His wide-ranging achievements also included efforts on behalf of human rights and cultural causes. LEONARD ROSE (1918-1984) wasfirst chair cellist of the Cleveland Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic before embarking on a brilliant career as a virtuoso soloist. He was also a preeminent pedagogue, counting among his pupils Lynn Harrell and Yo-Yo Ma. Mr. Rose's death in 1984 marked the end of the I stom in -Stern- Rose Trio's legendary collaboration.

Beethoven: Trio in C Minor, Op. 1, No. 3
Brahms: Trio in C Major, Op. 87

Eugene Istomin, piano
Isaac Stern, violin
Leonard Rose, cello

Originally telecast June 23,1965

Saint-Saens; Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
Issac Stern, violin
The Bell Telephone Hour Orchestra, Donald Voorhees, cond.

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