A much-recorded Belgian violinist has died

We have been informed that Pierre D’Archambeau died yesterday at his home in Massachusetts, aged 87. He was a professor at the University of Oklamoma and a widely travelled recitalist who played Fritz Kreisler’s violin and once worked with Pau Casals.

Pierre’s father, Ywan, was cellist of the Flonzaley Quartet and a friend of the composer Georges Enescu.

pierre d'archambeau


 h/t: David Caines Burnett

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