Malkin, Manfred, Russian-American pianist and teacher, brother of Jacques Malkin and Joseph Malkin; b. Odessa, Aug. 11,1884; d. N.Y, Jan. 8,1966. He studied at the Paris Cons. In 1905 he went to the U.S. and established his own music school in N.Y. (1914–31). He also played in a trio with his brothers.
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