Regina Samoilovna Horowitz ( December 28, 1899 [ January 10, 1900 ], Berdichev - September 9, 1984 , Kharkov ) - Ukrainian Soviet pianist and music teacher, sister of Vladimir Horowitz .
|Regina Samoilovna Horowitz|
|Date of Birth||December 28, 1899 ( January 10, 1900 )|
|Place of Birth||Berdichev , Kiev Province , Russian Empire|
|Date of death||September 9, 1984 (84 years)|
|Place of death||Kharkov , Ukrainian SSR|
|A country||the USSR|
|Professions||pianist , music teacher|
She studied at the Kiev Conservatory with Vladimir Puhalsky . In the 1920s and 30s She actively performed in the USSR, acted as concertmaster with Nathan Milstein , David Oistrakh and other outstanding musicians. However, in 1937 , she abandoned her performing career and focused on teaching, first at the Kharkov School of Music , and then for several decades at the Kharkov Conservatory and at the same time at the Decade School at the Conservatory. Keeping in touch with her brother since the 1960s, she received his recordings and introduced them to Kharkov musicians  ; at the same time, as memoirs testify, “Regina paid dearly for this communication. In addition to alienation, persecution, problems with a career, she was, as it was said then, “not outbound”  . In 1975 , Jacob Zak made a high mark on the pedagogical activity of Regina Horowitz in the journal Sovetskaya Muzyka  .
Her husband is a prominent Soviet economist Yevsey Grigorievich Lieberman .
Among the students: T. Kravtsov , V. Makarov, S. Polusmyak, I. Naimark .
- Прив “Bring Paris to Ukraine”: Interview with the General Director of the Horowitz Piano Competition Y. Zilberman (inaccessible link) // 2000 (weekly), No. 37 (187), 12-18 September 2003
- Natalia Shubenko. Queen of Pedagogy (Regina Horowitz) Archival copy of December 16, 2007 on the Wayback Machine // Video Channel First Capital (Kharkov), December 14, 2007.
- Julia Bent. Conscious creator Archival copy of November 7, 2004 on the Wayback Machine // Capital News, No. 35 (280), October 7-13, 2003.