Sadah Schwartz-Shuchari



Competition Winner

Born: Hartford, CT

Violinist Sadah Schwartz-Shuchari was a winner of the 1927 Walter W. Naumburg Competition. She came to New York from her home of Hartford, CT in 1922 to study with Paul Kochanski, having won a Juilliard Musical Foundation scholarship. Miss Schwartz-Shuchari played concerts with the Hartford Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as gave solo concerts in Hartford.

Ms. Schwartz-Shuchari was under NBC Artists Service Management, as recitalist, orchestral soloist giving concerts throughout the U.S. and Canada. She recorded for Victor-Red Seal. She as an Assistant Professor of Music at the University of Vermont,

She made her New York debut as winner of the Naumburg Award on October 31, 1927 in Town Hall. Ms. Schwartz-Shuchari's program included: Bach's A Minor Concerto, Bruch's Scotch Fantasy, Melodie Arabe by Glazounoff-Kochanski, Rondo by Mozart-Kreisler, Vogel als Prophet by Schumann-Auer, Sarasate's Zapatendo, and Wieniawski's Le Carnaval Russe.


1927 Naumburg Competition

First Prize

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