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There was an element of exaggeration to this comment, but it was certainly true that the post-1937 Rubinstein was a mature artist. His special fusion of Romanticism and intellectualism caught the public fancy. Audiences could not hear enough of him; his concerts were standing-room only; his recordings sold in the millions; he performed all over the world at fees of $6,000 and more a concert, then the highest fee for any artist before the public.

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1503 Nostradamus [Michel de Nostre-Dam], French astrologist and prophet (Les Propheties), born in Saint-Rémy-de-Provence, France (d. 1566)

Allison played multiple performances on our pianos to appreciative crowds at this year’s NAMM Show. She is amazing! WQXR Radio Station and New York Concert Review calls her “one of the most refined and artistic players for her age and perhaps any age.” Allison received the Evgeny Kissin Grand Prize award at the Rosalyn Tureck International Bach Competition and was a top laureate at the Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, Virginia Waring International Piano Competition, ASU Yamaha/Bosendorfer International Piano Competition and San Jose International Piano Competition. Allison has appeared at the Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Yamaha Salon in New York and on NPR’s “From The Top”. She has soloed with the South Coast Symphony. As part of the Sheraphim Symphony she will be performing with the Southern California Philharmonic and the Culver City Symphony this coming season. Allison’s teachers include Ariel Yang and Ethan Dong at the Opus119 Conservatory’s in California. 

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