Kölner Musikbeiträge Nr.4
Stanley Weiner 1925-1991
herausgegeben von Wolfgang G. Haas
Buch, deutsch, 238 Seiten, Abb.
Violinist or composer? Yehudi Menuhin wrote: "Stanley Weiner is not only a brilliant violin virtuoso, but also an exceptional Komponist- a double talent, which is now a rarely seen phenomenon."
At the age of eight years, who was born in Baltimore in 1925 Stanley Weiner began his career with a concert at the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington as a violin virtuoso. 1947 the Americans of Russian descent profiled with an audition at Leonhard Bernstein and became the youngest concertmaster in the New York Symphony Orchestra. He later held the same position for the Indianapolis Symphony under Fabian Sevitzky.
His successful career as a violinist and composer, he sat in Europe continues. From Brussels, where he lived with his wife Jacqueline Weiner Devreux he traveled to act as a violinist, composer and conductor successfully through Europe.