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Hungarian-born American pianist. Sometimes spelled "Ervin" and "Nyiregyházi" or "Nyiregyhazi".
b.Budapest, Hungary 19 Jan 1903
d.Los Angeles, CA, USA 13 Apr 1987
This website is dedicated to the dash between the dates on Erwin Nyiregyhazi's headstone.
Recent Nyiregyhazi.org Posts
The rise and bizarre fall of a musical prodigy — Los Angeles Times [24 July 2011]
NY Times – Review of Lost Genius: The Curious and Tragic Story of an Extraordinary Musical Prodigy
LA Times: A Spiritual Connection: Ervin Nyiregyházi, Louis ‘Moondog’ Hardin and, yes, Bobby Fischer
YouTube: Erwin Nyiregyhazi plays Blanchet’s ‘In the Old Turkish Harem Garden’
Short list for Charles Taylor prize announced
Wall Street Journal: Hungarian Rhapsody
People Magazine: For Pianist Nyiregyhazi, Fame, Unjustly, Is Nine Wives and Ten Photographed Fingers
The Lost Zeppelin – Nyiregyhazi
Kevin Bazzana in the News
Classical Music: Period duo spotlights music of overachieving astronomer - Times Colonist
January 19, 2017
Classical Music: Baroque specialists play madness and torment - Times Colonist
January 12, 2017
Villa setting for French, American music - Times Colonist
January 5, 2017
Classical Music: How Victoria Chamber Orchestra's director fell for serenade - Times Colonist
November 17, 2016
Review: New conductor energizes Victoria Symphony - Times Colonist
October 26, 2016
Classical Music: Mass in B Minor requires concentration - Times Colonist
July 21, 2016
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Michael R. Brown
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