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Nelson Freire

Began touring in 1959, using main orchestras and conductors in the U.S., Israel, Japan, European countries, and Central and SOUTH USA. He produced his open public debut at age group four, playing Mozart’s Sonata in A significant, K. 331. He released a Compact disc, Harmonies du Soir, in 2011 to celebrate the bicentenary of Franz Liszt’s delivery. His family observed his talents in early stages, and he began monitoring piano when he was three, reproducing music his old sister would play. He was honored the Edison Prize for his record of 24 Frederic Chopin preludes.

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