American Cellist and Pedagogue Leonard Rose Died On This Day in 1984 [ON-THIS-DAY]

Celebrated American cellist and pedagogue Leonard Rose died on this day in 1984 from leukemia – aged 66

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Celebrated American cellist and pedagogue Leonard Rose died on this day in 1984 from leukemia – aged 66.

He served as Principal Cellist of the NBC Symphony Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic – and held a distinguished teaching position at The Juilliard School.

His famed students included: Yo-Yo Ma, Lynn Harrell, John Sant’Ambrogio, Desmond Hoebig, Matt Haimovitz, Fred Sherry, Donald Whitton, Myung-wha Chung and Sara Sant’Ambrogio.

LEONARD ROSE & GLENN GOULD | BEETHOVEN | CELLO SONATA | 3RD MVT 

 

LEONARD ROSE | BLOCH | SCHELOMO | LORIN MAAZEL & THE CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA 

 

LEONARD ROSE | DVORAK CELLO CONCERTO | 1ST MVT | ARTUR RODZINSKY & NEW YORK PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA 

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