Doyen of US pianists dies, one month short of 100main
The magnificent Frank Glazer, a Schnabel student who played well into his 90s, died today at 99. He went to Berlin i 1932 to study with the master, made his New York debut in 1936 and played the Boston Symphony under Koussevitsky two years later.
To the day of his death he held a position as artist in residence at Bates College in Lewiston.
You can watch him play and read an interview here.