Julius Schulhoff (1825 - 1898)
Julius Schulhoff (Julius ulhov) (August 22, 1825 March 15, 1898) was a Bohemian pianist and composer of Jewish birth.
Schulhoff was born in Prague, where he began studying piano with Kisch and Ignaz Amadeus Tedesco and also trained in music theory with Václav Tomáek. He made his debut at Dresden in 1842 and soon afterwards appeared at the Leipzig Gewandhaus. Moving to Paris shortly afterwards, he met Frédéric Chopin, who encouraged him in his bid to become an established professional pianist. The concerts that Schulhoff gave at Chopin's suggestion were greeted with such acclaim that he ... (Read all)
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