Ribaupierre, André de
Ribaupierre, André de
Ribaupierre, André de , Swiss violinist and pedagogue; b. Clarens, May 29, 1893; d. Rochester, N.Y., Jan. 17, 1955. He studied with his brother, Émile, and then with Gorski and Ysaÿe. At 17, he launched his career as a violinist. After teaching a master class at the Lausanne Cons. (1914–19), he went to Cincinnati to study once more with Ysaÿe. From 1921 to 1924 he was head of Ysaÿe’s class, and also was a teacher at the Cleveland Inst. of Music from 1923 to 1929. He then returned to Switzerland and was founder-director of the Institut de Ribaupierre. He also was active as a chamber music player. Ribaupierre eventually settled in Rochester, N.Y., as head of the violin dept. at the Eastman School of Music
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