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Boris Goldstein (Busya Goldshtein) (25 of December 1922, Odessa - 8 of November 1987, Hanover, Germany) was a Soviet violinist whose career was greatly hindered by the political situation in the USSR. As a young prodigy, he started violin studies in Odessa with the eminent pedagogue, Pyotr Stolyarsky. As a teenager, Boris Goldstein, was singled out by Heifetz as being USSR's most brilliant violin talent.

He won the fourth prize of the 1935 Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition in Warsaw; Ginette Neveu from France came first, David Oistrakh second, and Josef Hassid from Poland received the honorary diploma.

In 1937, at one of the most prestigious international competitions of its time, the International Ysaye Competition, Stolyarsky students caused a sensation. Top prizes were won by David Oistrakh, Boris Goldshtein (Goldstein), Yelizaveta Gilels and Mikhail Fikhtengoltz. "The results of the sessions created a profound impression: the Soviet school, with an assurance that bordered on arrogance, carried off all the prizes from the first down. The latter was awarded without the slightest discussion to the great David Oistrakh. Everyone else had to be content with crumbs; the Belgian violin school, though still a source of pride, failed, and its absence at the final was much commented on; Arthur Grumiaux and Carlo Van Neste, both young and inexperienced, were not able to convince the jury." [1]

Later he was forced to emigrate from Russia to Germany, he taught but his solo career never recovered.

The composer Mikhail Goldstein was his brother. Notable students of Boris Goldstein include Zakhar Bron and Alexander Skwortsow.

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References[edit]

  • Roth, Henry (1997). Violin Virtuosos: From Paganini to the 21st Century. Los Angeles, CA: California Classics Books. ISBN 1-879395-15-0
  • В сб.: Музыкальное исполнительство, в. 6, М., 1970, с. 162—193; - Гринберг М., Пронин В., В классе П. С. Столярского
  • «Советская музыка», 1972, № 3. - Ойстрах Д., Фурер С., Мордкович Л., О нашем учителе. (К столетию П. С. Столярского)



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Echo-online
Wed, 20 Jan 2016 15:03:45 -0800

Sebastian Manz wuchs als Enkel des legendären russischen Geigers Boris Goldstein in einem deutsch-russischen Elternhaus auf. Als Kind versuchte er sich am Klavier, konzentrierte sich aber bald auf Klarinette. Den großen Durchbruch bescherte ihm der ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Mon, 07 Sep 2015 23:00:18 -0700

We knew of a scientist who was one of the most prominent Russian technical experts on Sorm, Boris Goldstein, who had provided us with comments and explanations for our investigations in the past, and it turned out he had worked at the St Petersburg ...

The Strad

The Strad
Mon, 15 Jun 2015 05:01:24 -0700

The XV International Tchaikovsky Competition has announced the 25 violin finalists progressing to the live rounds following the auditions stage. This year, 48 potential violin candidates were invited to take part in auditions in Moscow, alongside 48 ...

The Ukrainian Weekly (press release) (subscription)

The Ukrainian Weekly (press release) (subscription)
Fri, 05 Jun 2015 11:22:30 -0700

In 2010 he won third laureate at the Paganini Moscow International Competition, in 2012 he won the Young Concert Artists International Auditions in New York, and earlier this year he won the International Boris Goldstein Competition in Berne, Switzerland.

MainStreet

MainStreet
Thu, 06 Mar 2014 05:05:21 -0800

"It's an organic extension of all technologies which we have been developing for more than 15 years in artificial intelligence, EEG and DNA," said Boris Goldstein, who launched PotBotics in October 2013. "We want to help patients get better consulting ...

Mintpress News

Mintpress News
Wed, 18 Jun 2014 03:35:30 -0700

Based in New York, and founded in October 2013 by Dr. Boris Goldstein and his son, David, who works as the startup's director of communications, the company offers three products — PotBot, BrainBot and NanoPot — that are designed to streamline the ...

La Tribuna.hn

La Tribuna.hn
Fri, 07 Nov 2014 22:11:15 -0800

Nació en San Pedro Sula en 1937 en el seno de la pareja conformada por don Boris Goldstein y doña Gustava “Gucha” Rubinstein, ambos originarios de Rusia. “Picho”, como se le conoce en el círculo empresarial y político, hizo estudios primarios en el ...

Slipped Disc

Slipped Disc
Mon, 12 Jan 2015 03:24:40 -0800

You seem to have an issue with the 1st Boris Goldstein competition before the event even started. I don't know what's your intention, but sure sounds like a sinister one. “Tiger Mum”, “Push” and “Stands no chance of winning”. Wow Norman, you have ...
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