Composer Biographies -

Seymour Bernstein

Seymour Bernstein has accrued scores of "triumphs" in a variety of activities. He studied with such notable musicians as Alexander Brailowsky, Sir Clifford Curzon, Jan Gorbaty, Nadia Boulanger, and Geoges Enesco, both in this country and in Europe. His concert career has taken him to Asia, Europe and throughout the Americas where he has appeared in solo recitals and as guest artist with orchestras and chamber music groups. In 1969 he made his debut with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra playing the world premiere of Concerto No. 2 by Villa-Lobos. Seymour Bernstein is also an internationally known writer, composer, teacher, and lecturer.

Publications by Seymour Bernstein