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Name  Anton Ginsburg

Education  Moscow Conservatory
Anton Ginsburg Anton Ginsburg Discography at Discogs
Died  July 19, 2002, Moscow, Russia
Albums  5 Cello Sonatas (disc 1), Beethoven: Sonatas for Cello & Piano
Similar People  Daniil Shafran, Ludwig van Beethoven, Yakov Flier, Heinrich Neuhaus, Nikolai Rubinstein

Anton Ginsburg (18 September 1930 – 19 July 2002) was a Russian pianist. He was born in Moscow. A disciple of Heinrich Neuhaus, he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1953. Four years later he won the Smetana Competition in Prague. Ginsburg has been active as a concert pianist both in the USSR and abroad, but is best remembered for his work as an accompanist with Daniil Shafran.

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