Abram Chasins

Biography

Born: August 17, 1903; New York, NY   Died: 1987  
Chasins studied at the Juilliard School, Columbia University, and the Curtis Institute. After touring as a pianist, he served as a teacher at the Curtis Institute. Chasins is most-known for his work in radio broadcasting and he received four citations for his radio programs during WWII. His compositions include piano concertos and other pieces for piano. He also wrote several books on music history and appreciation. Chasins studied at the Juilliard School, Columbia University, and the Curtis Institute. After touring as a pianist, he served as a teacher at the Curtis Institute. Chasins is most-known for his work in radio broadcasting and he received four citations for his radio programs during WWII. His compositions include piano concertos and other pieces for piano. He also wrote several books on music history and appreciation. Read less


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