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Isaac Stern was born on July 21, 1920 in Kremenets/Krzemieniec, Ukrainian People's Republic. He was married to Linda Reynolds , Vera Lindenblit and Nora Kaye . He died on September 22, 2001 in New York City, New York, USA.

In addition to his concert performances, Stern appeared on radio and television and made numerous recordings. Active in organizations promoting the arts, he played a key role in saving New York City’s Carnegie Hall from demolition in 1960 and later became president of the corporation that administered the hall and its cultural programs; he held the post until his death. In 1964 he helped establish the National Endowment for the Arts . Stern was also noted for his encouragement of young musicians, and he aided the careers of Yo-Yo Ma and violinist Itzhak Perlman , among others. The recipient of numerous awards, Stern received the Kennedy Center Honors Award in 1984 and a Grammy for lifetime achievement in 1987. A documentary of his 1979 tour of China , From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China , received an Academy Award in 1981. Stern’s autobiography, My First 79 Years (cowritten with Chaim Potok ), was published in 1999.


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