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composer , pianist

Sylvia Kersenbaum, Argentinian pianist, composer. Recipient Research Creativity award, Western Kentucky University, 1990, KONEX award, KONEX Argentina, 1999, recording included in "100 Virtues of the Century", Electric and Music Industries Europe, 1999. Member Music Teachers National Association, Kentucky Music Teachers Association, Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society.

Background

Kersenbaum, Sylvia was born on December 27, 1941 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Daughter of Oscar and Teresa Maria Kersenbaum.

Education

Professor of piano, National Conservatory, Buenos Aires, 1963. Professor of composition, National Conservatory, Buenos Aires, 1966. Professor of piano, Academy Santa Cecilia, Rome, 1970.

Career

Concert, recording artist Electric and Music Industries Records, Europe, Asia, New Zealand, since 1972. Professor Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, since 1976. Artist WKUBG Symphany, Bowling Green, since 1986.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Composer: The Mark of Red Death (Poe Ballet), 1971, performer numerous concerts and recordings, since 1974.

Membership

Member Music Teachers National Association, Kentucky Music Teachers Association, Phi Kappa Phi Honorary Society.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Philosophy, religion.

Connections

father:
Oscar Kersenbaum

mother:
Teresa Maria Kersenbaum