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Lubka Kolessa

(1902 - 1997) recognized by the international music world as a frontrank concert pianist. In 1920, she received the Master Class Diploma and the State Prize, then the highest award in Austria. Kolessa emigrated to Canada in 1940, where she resided in Toronto. She continued performing in major centers of North America - including engagements with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra - until about 1950, at which time she became Canada's premier piano professor.

Lubka Kolessa Encyclopedia of Music in Canada
Legendary Treasures - Lubka Kolessa
Lubka Kolessa from Answers
Lubka Kolessa at wikipedia
Lubka Kolessa Piano Scholarship Fund (PDF)

Classical Music
Beethoven: Violin Concerto, Piano Concerto / Straub, Kolessa
Legendary Treasures - Lubka Kolessa [BOX SET]

Lubka Kolessa at amazon