LUBOSHUTZ , family of musicians. lea luboshutz (1887–1965), violinist, began her career as a concert violinist in Russia. She arrived in the United States in 1925 and gave violin recitals. She later became active mainly as a teacher and from 1927 was a faculty member of the Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia. Her son boris goldovsky (1908–2001) was a pianist, opera conductor, lecturer, and radio commentator in the United States. Her brother pierre luboshutz (1891–1971) formed a piano duo with his wife Genia Nemenoff, and gave concerts in the United States and Europe. A sister of Lea and Pierre, Anna Luboshutz, was a cellist.
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