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Paul Neubauer

A violist of considerable artistic strength, Paul Neubauer studied with Alan de Veritch, Paul Doktor, and William Primrose and holds a master’s degree from The Juilliard School of which he is now a faculty member. At twenty-one he became the youngest-ever principal string player of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Neubauer is distinguished not only by his versatile playing style, but also by a significant number of premières: notably of relatively recently composed concertos by Tower, Penderecki, Picker, Jacob, Ott and Friedman, but perhaps most famously in a pair of New York concerts where he gave for the first time the revisions of Bartók’s Viola Concerto (which he helped to prepare with Peter Bartók and Nelson Dellamaggiore) and Bruch’s Double Concerto for Clarinet and Viola (with David Shifrin). Neubauer also pursues a teaching career at the institution that furnished him with an unmistakable solidity of technique, the Juilliard School.



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