Navarra, André (b Biarritz, 1911; d Siena, 1988). Fr. cellist. Played in Krettly Str. Qt. 1929–35. Début as soloist Paris, 1931. Eng. début 1950 (Cheltenham in Elgar conc., cond. Barbirolli). World tours as soloist with orch. Salzburg Fest. 1960. Gave f.p. of Jolivet's conc. 1962. Prof. of vc., Paris Cons., from 1949. Taught in Siena 1954–88.
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