by ISO ELINSON
Iso EUnson was born in Russia in )905, and received his first instruction from his mother, who was a pupil of Anton Rubinstein. At six he attended the St. Petersburg Conservatoire.
In 1922 Elinson made his <M)M< as a concert pianist and up to 1928 gave concerts in all the principal cities ot
Russia. In !929 he !eft Russia and went to Berlin, and since then he has p!ayed in most of the principal cities n Europe, including London, Pans, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, The Hague, and Stockholm.
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