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A Tempo: A Life in Music - Lea Luboshutz

At the age of 11, Lea Luboshutz auditioned for Leopold Auer in 1896, who soon invited her to study at the Moscow Conservatory, a major step for a poor Jewish girl from Odessa. She would go on to have a life that stretched through the Russian Revolution, to Europe and the U.S., with a performing and teaching career, including at the Curtis Institute of Music. This Saturday on A Tempo (7/20 at 7 pm), host Rachel Katz will speak with Thomas Wolf, Luboshutz's grandson, who has written a book about Luboshutz's life called The Nightingale's Sonata.

Author and flutist Thomas Wolf

Rachel Katz is the host of A Tempo which airs Saturdays at 7 pm.