Amati, Orlanda (nee Amato, Elinor Barbara d') (fem) 5.may.1925-15.dec.2005 USA New Jersey, Orange - Orange
pianist, poet, 1937 aged 11 debut in a recital with her brother at Steinway Hall in New York, 1951-1954 BS from the Juilliard School in New York, 1961 MA from Columbia University in New York, studied piano privately with Alberta Masiello, Carl Friedberg, Lonny Epstein and David Saperton, ensemble playing with Robert Mann, composition with David Bannett, 1957 concert performances in Newark New Jersey, 1958 in West Orange New Jersey, 1957-1967 judge of the National Federation of Music Clubs New Jersey Festival, 1962-1963 teacher at the Manhattan School of Music, 1964 at the American College of Musicians in Austin Texas, 1940-1990 residing at 394 Highland Avenue in Orange ; daughter of public school teacher Orlando (Roland) d'Amato (Italy, Rapallo 7.dec.1889-4.may.1956 Orange) and Paola (Pauline) de Carlo (Italy, Venosa 20.aug.1895-)

Title Parts

[] The paper piazzetta. Suite for piano
words and music Orlanda Amati
copyright Elinor B. d'Amato 18may1970

[] Songs for Sammy. 1978
words and music Orlanda Amati

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