Gwendolyn Koldofsky

Gwendolyn Koldofsky (November 1, 1906 – November 12, 1998) was a Canadian piano accompanist and music educator.wikipedia
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Marilyn Horne Song Competition

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The annual Marilyn Horne Song Competition is presented in Kodolfsky's memory since 1997.
The competition commemorates Gwendolyn Koldofsky, who established the first Department of Accompanying at the University of Southern California in 1947.

Gwendolyn and Adolph Koldofsky Memorial Scholarship

The University of Southern California offers a Gwendolyn and Adolph Koldofsky Memorial Scholarship.
The Gwendolyn and Adolph Koldofsky Memorial Scholarship or Gwendolyn and Adolph Koldofsky Memorial Endowed Scholarship is an endowed scholarship offered by the USC Thornton School of Music to commemorate Gwendolyn Koldofsky and Adolph Koldofsky.

Martin Katz

Horne, Martin Katz and Carol Neblett were students of Koldofsky.
Gwendolyn Koldofsky.

Bowmanville

Bowmanville, OntarioBowmanville, ONTown of Bowmanville
She was born Gwendolyn Williams in Bowmanville, Ontario and studied piano with Viggo Kihl in Toronto, with Tobias Matthay in London and with Marguerite Hasselmans in Paris.

Toronto

Toronto, OntarioToronto, CanadaToronto, ON
She was born Gwendolyn Williams in Bowmanville, Ontario and studied piano with Viggo Kihl in Toronto, with Tobias Matthay in London and with Marguerite Hasselmans in Paris.

Tobias Matthay

Matthay exercisesMatthay, Tobias
She was born Gwendolyn Williams in Bowmanville, Ontario and studied piano with Viggo Kihl in Toronto, with Tobias Matthay in London and with Marguerite Hasselmans in Paris.

London

London, EnglandLondon, United KingdomLondon, UK
She was born Gwendolyn Williams in Bowmanville, Ontario and studied piano with Viggo Kihl in Toronto, with Tobias Matthay in London and with Marguerite Hasselmans in Paris.

Paris

Paris, FranceParísParisian
She was born Gwendolyn Williams in Bowmanville, Ontario and studied piano with Viggo Kihl in Toronto, with Tobias Matthay in London and with Marguerite Hasselmans in Paris.

Harold Craxton

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She also studied accompanying in London with Harold Craxton.

Vancouver

Vancouver, British ColumbiaVancouver, BCVancouver, Canada
Koldofsky lived in Toronto until 1944, first moving to Vancouver and then to Los Angeles in 1945.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CaliforniaLos Angeles, CALos Angeles, United States
Koldofsky lived in Toronto until 1944, first moving to Vancouver and then to Los Angeles in 1945.

University of Southern California

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She created the first Department of Accompanying at the music school at the University of Southern California in 1947, teaching accompanying chamber music and song literature.

Music Academy of the West

Koldofsky was director of vocal accompanying at the Music Academy of the West from 1951 to 1989.

Lotte Lehmann

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She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Rose Bampton

She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Herta Glaz

Hertha GlazHerta Glatz
She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Jan Peerce

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She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Hermann Prey

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She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Martial Singher

She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Marilyn Horne

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She was accompanist for Lotte Lehmann, Rose Bampton, Jeanne Dusseau, Herta Glaz, Jan Peerce, Hermann Prey, Martial Singher and Marilyn Horne.

Carol Neblett

Horne, Martin Katz and Carol Neblett were students of Koldofsky.

Santa Barbara, California

Santa BarbaraSanta Barbara, CACity of Santa Barbara
Koldofsky retired from teaching in 1990 and moved to Santa Barbara in 1991.

University of Toronto

TorontoToronto UniversityThe University of Toronto
In 2012, the University of Toronto established the Gwendolyn Williams Koldofsky Prize in Accompanying.

Raymond Beegle

Winning first prize in the Los Angeles Bureau of Music's "Artists of the Future" vocal competition in 1962 made it possible for him to study the art of piano accompanying with Gwendolyn Koldofsky in Los Angeles, and Erik Werba in Vienna.