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Photograph was edited for publication purposes Paul Schenley was born in Munich, Germany on April 15, 1948. He is an American classical pianist. Winner of the Avery Fisher Career Grant, he has been a soloist with major United States orchestras and is the head of the piano department at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Founder and director of the summer music festival Pianofest in the Hamptons, New York, he also serves as the artistic director of the Cleveland International Piano Competition. Photograph caption dated November 24, 1961 reads "13-year-old prodigy practices every day." The article partially reads "Paul Schenley (sic), 13, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schenley (sic), 7709 Lemp Ave., has danced his hands across the piano keyboard on the average of five hours-a-day since he was five years old."
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Schenly, Paul Boys--California--San Fernando Valley Pianists--United States Musicians--United States Sheet music--California--San Fernando Valley Pianos San Fernando Valley (Calif.) Portrait photographs Valley Times Collection photographs