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Ivan Moravec

Ivan Moravec

(1930 – 2015)

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Ivan Moravec

Ivan Moravec
(1930 – 2015)

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Ivan Moravec

(1930 – 2015)
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This is an online tribute to Ivan Moravec.
Ivan Moravec was a Czech concert pianist whose performing and recording career spans nearly half a century.
Ivan Moravec was born in Prague. His first musical interest was in opera, which he attended as a child with his father. At twenty, he entered the Prague Conservatory, then went on to the Prague Academy of Arts. In 1957, after hearing Ivan Moravec play in Prague, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli invited him to attend master classes in Arezzo that summer.
Ivan Moravec went on to become a great pianist playing works by Chopin, Debussy, Beethoven, and Mozart, as well as Czech composers.
Ivan Moravec passed away on the 27th July 2015.
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Ivan Moravec

This is an online tribute to Ivan Moravec.
Ivan Moravec was a Czech concert pianist whose performing and recording career spans nearly half a century.
Ivan Moravec was born in Prague. His first musical interest was in opera, which he attended as a child with his father. At twenty, he entered the Prague Conservatory, then went on to the Prague Academy of Arts. In 1957, after hearing Ivan Moravec play in Prague, Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli invited him to attend master classes in Arezzo that summer.
Ivan Moravec went on to become a great pianist playing works by Chopin, Debussy, Beethoven, and Mozart, as well as Czech composers.
Ivan Moravec passed away on the 27th July 2015.

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