Roger Drinkall

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Roger Drinkall was a professor in the School of Music at Brigham Young University.

Drinkall progressed from his early studies in Cleveland to the Curtis Institute of Music at age 16 under Leonard Rose. While there he won the National Federation of Music Clubs' Competition and was a member of the Concert Artists of Pittsburgh, under whose auspices he played over 150 recitals in the United States. Drinkall has performed as soloist with orchestras and as recitalist in over 800 concerts in 32 countries on four continents. He won a Ford Foundation Grand to record for CRI records, has recorded three discs for Orion, and has recorded for the Pyramid label of France, Claves of Switzerland, and Klavier of the U.S.


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