The American pianist Joseph Alfidi dies in BrusselsTuesday, 03 February 2015 15:20
In 1972, he entered the famous Queen Elizabeth contest, where he won third prize. Born in New York, the young Joseph or “Joey” Alfidi became a young prodigy in the 50s. He appeared on television shows, and was known for leading the Miami Symphonic orchestra at just 6 years old.
It was Queen Elizabeth herself who later insisted that the young musician move to Belgium, after going to one of his concerts in Brussels.
Maria Novak (Source: Belga)
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