Paul Neubauer

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Paul Neubauer (born in Encino, California, in 1962) is an American violist. Neubauer was a student of Paul Doktor, Alan de Veritch and William Primrose. He attended the Juilliard School, where he received his B.M. in 1982, and his M.M. in 1983. In 1984, at age 21, Neubauer became the principal violist the New York Philharmonic [1] the youngest principal string player in the philharmonic's history, a position he held for six years. He became an Artist Member of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in 1989.

Neubauer has appeared as soloist with orchestras throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia. He has been featured on Live from Lincoln Center, CBS's Sunday Morning, Garrison Keillor's A Prairie Home Companion, and in Strad, Strings, and People magazines. He has been heard on St. Paul Sunday Morning, Morning Edition and Performance Today and appeared in Dark Side, a film starring Edoardo Ballerini and Ali Ahn. In 1989 he became the first violist to receive an Avery Fisher Career Grant. He was the first prize winner of the Whitaker, D'Angelo, and the 1980 Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition.[2]

Neubauer teaches at the Juilliard School, and Mannes College, The New School for Music. Among his students were Richard O’Neill, Gilad Karni, Scott Lee and Che-Yen Chen. His students have become members of the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, the Miami, Formosa and Ehnes quartets, the New York Philharmonic, and the Chicago Symphony. He has edited works for Boosey & Hawkes, Universal Edition and International Music Company. Neubauer is the Artistic Director of the Mostly Music Series and has been Music Director of the OK Mozart Festival, the Chamber Music Extravaganza in Curaçao and at Bargemusic.

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  1. ^ Jump up ^ Libbey, Theodore; (U.S.), National Public Radio (2006-03-13). The NPR listener's encyclopedia of classical music. Workman Publishing. pp. 925–. ISBN 978-0-7611-2072-8. Retrieved 27 May 2011.
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