Miriam Brickman

American pianist and narrator Miriam Brickman was born in 1933 and studied at Juilliard. She was married to British composer Ronald Senator, and they divided their time between London and New York. Senator wrote much music for Brickman, who recorded all of his piano collections. The repertoire on her recordings is particularly diverse.

Together with her husband, Miriam Brickman died tragically in a fire at her home in Yonkers, New York on 30 April 2015, aged eighty-one.

A selection of articles about Miriam Brickman

Evocative Canvases - A recital by Miriam Brickman, reviewed by Malcolm Miller

Ensemble. Music in Captivity - Malcolm Miller was at a lecture recital by Ronald Senator, with Teresa Gobel and Miriam Brickman

Ensemble. Hour of Magic - Malcolm Miller is enthralled by seldom-heard East European music

 

 

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