Soloist in the Apr 3, 1869, globe premiere of Piano Concerto in A by Edvard Grieg. He was in comparison to Franz Liszt. He trained at Berlin’s Stern Conservatory from 1866 until 1868. He made up some well-received and broadly admired works, like the 24 Concert-Etüden as well as the 24 Octav-Etüden. He didn’t launch many information regarding his personal existence. His participation with Grieg’s Piano Concerto in A globe premiere was unforgettable for many factors, including the truth that Anton Rubinstein loaned the Royal Danish Orchestra his piano for the overall performance.