Personalities | Arthur Rubinstein | Modern Era | Classical
Born in Poland, Rubinstein gave his first concert at the age of seven. His debut in Berlin came in 1900. By World War I, he had appeared in Paris, Austria, Italy, Russia, the US and London. With a break in the 1930s for private study, he continued touring for the rest of his life. He played classical and modern music, and was particularly highly regarded for his poised Chopin playing.
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