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Avery Fisher Career Grant Recipient: David Carpenter
Posted: September 20th, 2010

Since 1976, more than 118 talented young musicians have been recognized with the Avery Fisher Career Grant Awards. Endowed by Avery Fisher, a lifelong lover and benefactor of classical music, the awards today are administered by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. Artists do not directly apply for these 25,000 dollar grants and have no idea they are even under consideration. Past winners have included Edgar Meyer, Gil Shaham, Sarah Chang and Joshua Bell among countless other talented instrumentalists. This year the winners were violist David Aaron Carpenter, pianist Kirill Gerstein, pianist Yuja Wang and pianist Joyce Yang. At the announcement in April at the Kaplan Penthouse in Lincoln Center, three of the four recipients performed. Today we’ll be treated to a performance by David Aaron Carpenter.

  • Doreen Nayman

    Very beautiful! Thank You.

    I’ve had the peasure of hearing you before….In New York, with Ben Moore (composer) Todd Palmer (clarinet)
    with Andrea Masters (actor), in the musical drama at the Brooklyn Historical Society, 2008.

    This was at the musical-drama of Shira Nayman’s ‘The House on Kronenstrasse’ by Shira Nayman…from her book ‘Awake in the Dark’

    Every good wish with your brilliant career!

    Doreen Nayman (Shira’s mother) Melbourne, Australia.

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