Rafael Joseffy (July 3, 1852 – June 25, 1915) was a Hungarian pianist, teacher and composer.
Raael Joseffy was born in Hunfalu in 1852. His youth was spent in Miskolc, and he began his study of the piano there at the age of eight. He studied in Budapest with Friedrich Brauer, the teacher of Stephen Heller. In 1866 he went to Leipzig, where his teachers were Ignaz Moscheles and Ernst Ferdinand Wenzel. In 1868 he became a pupil of Carl Tausig in Berlin, remaining with him for two years. Later he spent two summers with Franz Liszt in Weimar.
He made his debut in Berlin in 1872 and was immed ... (lire la suite)