Oistrakh, Igor (b Odessa, 1931). Russ. violinist, son of David Oistrakh. Début 1948. Frequently appeared as joint recitalist with his father, also in Bach's double vn. conc. and in Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante, with father as violist. Won Wieniawski comp., Poznań, 1952. On staff Moscow Cons. from 1958. Salzburg Fest. début 1980.
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