The Curtis Institute of Music this week held its traditional Wednesday tea, but this one honored someone unique: Eleanor Sokoloff, who turns 100 in June. Article here.
Curtis has put together a page of tributes to Sokoloff, and has included a recording made in 1938 of her playing the Brahms-Haydn Variations with her husband-to-be, Vladimir (Billy) Sokoloff, when she was still Eleanor Blum. Listen here.
Posted: May 8, 2014 - 8:09 AM
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