Internationally acclaimed Romanian-Israeli classical musician known for his mastery of Bach, Brahms, Khachaturian, and Prokofiev.
He debuted with the Bucharest Philharmonic Orchestra in 1947.
He traveled the world, performing in 40 countries and under famous conductors like Harold Byrns, Josef Krips, and Alfred Wallenstein.
His family was living in Bucharest when he was born, and he would reveal himself to be a child prodigy, first discovered by composer George Enescu.
He died while performing Piano Sonata No. 17 in D minor, Tempest, by Ludwig van Beethoven.