Dmitry Paperno

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Dmitry Paperno (born 1929 in Kiev) is a Ukrainian concert pianist.

Paperno won 6th Prize in the 1955 International Frederick Chopin Piano Competition, and then recorded and performed widely under the Soviet regime. He attended the Moscow Conservatory where he studied under Alexander Goldenweiser.[1] Paperno recorded for Melodiya and prior to recording with Cedille Records.[2] Paperno became a tenured professor at DePaul University after moving to the United States in 1977.[1] He is the author of the book Notes of a Moscow Pianist.

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  1. ^ a b "Pianist impressive but chilly in recital". Milwaukee Journal. 15 October 1980. Retrieved 22 June 2010. 
  2. ^ Gold, Gerald (7 April 1991). "Small Labels, Eternal Hope". The New York Times. Retrieved 22 June 2010. 

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