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Endre Granat (born 20th century) is an American violinist.
Early life and education 
He was born in Hungary.
Granat is a former assistant concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra, concertmaster of the Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra. He is a laureate of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition and a recipient of the Ysaye Medal. Granat has been a frequent participant of the Marlboro Music School and Festival and the Casals Festival.
For many years one of the leading concertmaster for the Hollywood film industry, he was the leader for Miklos Rozsa, John Williams, James Newton Howard, Henry Mancini and a host of others. Granat was the concertmaster of numerous awards ceremonies of the Academy Awards, the Emmy Awards and the Grammy Awards. He has over 2,800 motion pictures to his credit.
He was concertmaster for many recording studios that made soundtracks for films, including Legally Blonde (2001), Dreamcatcher (2003), The Bourne Identity (2007), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007) and The Simpsons Movie (2007).
See also 
- List of classical violinists
- List of Indiana University (Bloomington) people
- List of University of Southern California people
- Bio at Connolly
- Bio at University of Southern California Thornton School of Music
- ASCAP 14th annual film score workshop 2002