Bernard Brindel

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Born: 23 April 1912 — Chicago, Illinois — USA
Died: 13 May 1997 — San Francisco — USA
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Bernard Brindel, violinist/composer, has written works in all genres both large and small. The recipient of numerous commissions and prestigious grants, he has been performed throughout the United States and also in Bulgaria. A successful teacher and music director at several major institutions in Illinois and Michigan for many years, Brindel resided in Wilmette, Illinois, where he taught both privately and also at the New Trier Extension (Winnetka). Some of his works are published by Conners Publications.


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(1918) Franz Schreker: Premiere of Die Gezeichneten, in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
(1926) Giacomo Puccini: Premiere of Turandot, in Milan, Italy.
(1968) Bernd Alois Zimmermann: Premiere of Musique pour les Soupers du Roi Ubu (scenic), in Düsseldorf, Germany.
(1971) Mauricio Kagel: Premiere of Staatstheater, in Hamburg, Germany.
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