Líza Fuchsová

Whitfield, S. K. (2023) Líza Fuchsová. Music, Migration and Mobility Online Resource: Émigré Musicians from Nazi Europe


Líza Fuchsová was an important figure in British musical life. She was a concert pianist and a long-term duet partner for Paul Hamburger, a fellow musical migrant. She was born on 31 March 1913, in Brno, and died on 27 February 1977, in London. She had studied at Prague Conservatoire (Pražská konzervatoř) and performed with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra. She had an extensive career after arriving in the UK in the late 1930s from Nazi occupied Europe. **** This article is available as part of the Music, Migration and Mobility online resource at the Official URL given below. ****

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