Pianist Frank Glazer, 98, plays piano recital of Haydn, Liszt, Barber
November 9, 2013 § 2 Comments
Pianists can easily keep playing into their 90’s and still have something to say. Here is Frank Glazer, a student of Schnabel, which puts him in my lineage from Leschetizky, giving a recital at age 98. He played Nov. 6 in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
“Glazer, 98, is a pianist, composer and music professor, who began playing piano when he was 3 years old and now has spent almost 60 years as a professional performer”. You can read the full article on MichiganLive here.
A review of an August concert in Wisconsin is here. In other words, he plays concerts all the time.
Click here to hear an interview with Glazer on American Public Radio’s “The Story”.
Want to have a great old age? Play the piano.