Ilze Graubina ( Latvian: Ilze Graubiņa ; November 8, 1941 - January 24, 2001 ) is a Soviet and Latvian pianist and music teacher. Daughter and student of the composer E. Ya. Graubins .
|Birth name||Ilze Graubin|
|Date of Birth||November 8, 1941|
|Place of Birth||Riga , General District Latvia|
|Date of death||January 24, 2001 (59 years old)|
|A country|| USSR → |
|Professions||pianist , music teacher|
She graduated from Riga Secondary Music School. E. Darzinya (class N. Binatyan), Moscow Conservatory and graduate school under her, where she studied with Abram Shatskes and Jacob Flier .
In 1964, she won the Johann Sebastian Bach International Competition in Leipzig. For many years she taught at the Latvian State Conservatory. J. Vitola . As a soloist of the Latvian Philharmonic, she performed in many European countries. She collaborated with well-known conductors ( G. Rozhdestvensky , K. Kondrashin , L. Wigners , V. Sinaisky and others). Possessed a large repertoire, in which the works of the classics predominated. The game was marked by a balance of emotional and rational principles.
- Riga: Encyclopedia = Enciklopēdija "Riga" / Ch. ed. P.P. Eran. - 1st ed .. - Riga: Main Edition of Encyclopedias, 1989. - P. 270. - 880 p. - 60,000 copies. - ISBN 5-89960-002-0 .