Died: 1/01/1981Special Achievements:
She made her public debut at age 8 in San Francisco. She was her brother Yehudi’s accompanist as her parents rejected a career in music for her.
1933 - Their recording of Mozart’s Sonata in A won the Candide prize, and their musical partnership continued at intervals for the rest of her life.
1939 - She was offered a solo debut with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
1948 - She initiated and ran Victoria’s first travelling library for children.
Heroine, Pianist, and Social Reformer.
1962 - With her husband Richard Hauser, wrote The Fraternal Society.
Hope, Deborah. A date with our forgotten heroines. newspaper unknown. January 10, 1984:7.