Nico Kaufmann

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Nico Kaufmann (Zürich, 24 June 1916 – Zürich, 23 November 1996)[1] was a Swiss pianist and composer.

In addition to his studies at the Zürich Conservatory he was for a short time (1937) Vladimir Horowitz's only disciple during his time living in Europe.[1] He then became the Cabaret Cornichon's arranger and musical conductor, and took part at the VII Concours de Geneve (1945), which he won.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Kaufmann, Nico (1916–1996)". Zentralbibliothek Zürich (in German). Retrieved 9 December 2016.