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Navah Perlman

Navah Perlman
Genres Classical
Occupation(s) Pianist
Instruments Piano
Years active 1986 - present
Labels EMI Classics, Oxingale Records
Associated acts Perlman/Quint/Bailey Trio
Website Navah Perlman at IMG Artists

Navah Miriam Perlman is a concert pianist and chamber musician. Her parents are violinists Toby and Itzhak Perlman.

Education and career

Perlman performed as a soloist with the Greater Miami Youth Symphony Orchestra in 1984, and the Los Angeles American Youth Symphony Orchestra in 1985,.[1] and made her professional debut at age 15 with the Charleston Symphony Orchestra in 1986.[2]

Perlman graduated from Brown University in 1992,[3] having switched her major from music to art. She also studied at Juilliard.[4]

In addition to her solo piano career, she performs in the Perlman/Quint/Bailey Trio with cellist Zuill Bailey and violinist Philippe Quint.[5]

Personal life

At age 19, she began showing symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.[6] As of 2008, she and her husband Robert D. Frost have four children.[7]

Discography

References

  1. ^ "Perlman, 13, shows talent runs in family".  
  2. ^ "Perlman Daughter Debuts".  
  3. ^ "Navah Perlman, Robert D. Frost".  
  4. ^ Blankenship, Bill (November 4, 2001). "Trio presents new work at Lied Center".  
  5. ^ "Perlman/Quint/Bailey Trio". imgartists.com. Retrieved 2011-12-07. 
  6. ^ "Pianist Navah Perlman opens Springs symphony season".  
  7. ^ Peterson, Kristen (February 15, 2008). "Pianist - punchy, witty, clever, and funny, yes. Dull, no.".  

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