Cellist Janos Starker has died at 88, ending a life and career that saw him renowned for his skills as a soloist, his prodigious work with orchestras, and his commitment to teaching. Starker was born in Budapest in 1924; his path to becoming an international star included surviving life in a Nazi labor camp.
Prolific as well as talented,
Starker's recording career spanned more than 50 years. His discography
numbers more than 165 recordings, according to his .
most acclaimed discs are the Bach cello suites and the Dvořák concerto,
both recorded for Mercury Living Presence," reports , "and the 1992 Grammy Award winning recording of the Bach suites for RCA." More