Gidon Kremer is a Latvian classical violinist, artistic director, and founder of Kremerata Baltica.
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About Gidon Kremer
Latvian violinist and conductor known for his wide repertoire.
He began playing the violin when he was four and was taught by his father and grandfather.
He played the role of Paganini in Peter Schamoni's 1983 movie Spring Symphony.
His father was a Jewish Holocaust survivor.
He is known for playing the music of composers such as Antonio Vivaldi.
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- Latvian Academy of Music alumni
- Paganini Competition prize-winners
- Soviet classical violinists
- Latvian classical violinists
- Soviet expatriates in Germany
- Rolf Schock Prize laureates
- Prize-winners of the International Tchaikovsky Competition
- Recipients of the Léonie Sonning Music Prize
- Nonesuch Records artists
- Jewish classical violinists
- Prize-winners of the Queen Elisabeth Music Competition
- Recipients of the Praemium Imperiale
- Deutsche Grammophon artists
- Honorary Members of the Royal Academy of Music
- Moscow Conservatory alumni
- 21st-century classical violinists
- 20th-century classical violinists
- Recipients of the Pour le Mérite (civil class)