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Michael Arnowitt

Michael Arnowitt (born, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American classical and jazz pianist and political activist living in Montpelier, Vermont. A documentary film about his life, Beyond 88 Keys: The Music of Michael Arnowitt (directed by Susan Bettmann), premiered at the 2004 Green Mountain Film Festival and was awarded the 2004 Goldstone Award by the Vermont Film Commission. He is partially blind due to retinitis pigmentosa.

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  • "Michael Arnowitt: A Pianist Worthy of Greater Notice" (Classical Voice of New England 2008)
  • Beyond 88 Keys: The Music of Michael Arnowitt (The Battle of White Plains Theater)
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