Howard LUBIN

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Pianist Howard Lubin graduated from the Oberlin College and the Juilliard School with degrees in German literature and piano performance. By the age of 17 he had won three awards for composition from BMI and went on to win numerous prizes as a pianist, making his debut with the Pittsburgh Symphony at age 23. Soon thereafter he taught at the Juilliard School, where he served as vocal coach and member of the lyric diction faculty. As a faculty member of the American Opera Center and pianist for the Metropolitan Opera's Young Artist Development Program, he helped train some of America's most accomplished singers.
After moving to Europe, Lubin was engaged as head of the music staff at the Cologne Opera and worked as assistant to James Conlon, Philippe Auguin and Rico Saccani. He also worked as guest vocal coach for the Bregenz and Spoleto Festivals. After his return to the United States he held teaching positions at the University of Oklahoma and Oberlin College Conservatory.
Lubin has collaborated with top prizewinners at international music competitions and appeared extensively in chamber music and song recitals. Of his solo performances the Washington Post wrote, "An overwhelming performance of Liszt's herculean B minor Sonata. Few major artists now before the public could handle the work with such technical and stylistic command.”
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