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The Beaux Arts Trio in an undated photo: violinist Isidore Cohen, pianist Menahem Pressler, and cellist Bernard Greenhouse.
Arje Plas/courtesy of Decca
May 13, 2011 One of the founding members of the Beaux Arts Trio has passed away.
October 25, 2008 From his childhood relationship with violinist Yehudi Menuhin to his collaborations with The Police, Beaux Arts Trio and sitar player Gaurav Mazumdar, Hope has spent his life stretching the definition of classical musician. In an interview for the "Musicians in Their Own Words" series, he describes his introduction to the violin and his collection of instruments.
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August 21, 2008 The Beaux Arts Trio, with founder Menahem Pressler, will play its final U.S. concert at the Tanglewood Music Festival on Thursday night, 53 years after the group got its start there. The farewell performance will stream live at NPR.org.
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August 19, 2008 Led by founding member Menahem Pressler, the Beaux Arts Trio performs an emotion-laden final U.S. concert at the Tanglewood Music Festival in Massachusetts, the venue where the ensemble got its start 53 years ago.
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July 14, 2005 Pianist Menahem Pressler founded the Beaux Arts Trio fifty years ago with a Beethoven concert. The chamber group recently played the Beethoven piano trio that launched the Beaux Arts Trio as an ensemble: the "Ghost" Trio.
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