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Pianoforte Recital IRENE KOHLER

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Irene Kohler was born at Walthamstow in 1909, and at the age of twelve she won an open scholarship at the Trinity Colltge of Music. Six years later she became a student at the Royal College of Music where she studied under Arthur Benjamin. After having won a number of important awards at the Col'ege, she went to Vienna, where she studied under Eduard Steuermann. As an interpretative artist Miss Kohler has shown a catholic taste in that she shows equal sympathy for classical, romantic and modern music.

Contributors

Unknown: Irene Kohler
Unknown: Arthur Benjamin.
Unknown: Eduard Steuermann.






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