Professor Marc Fonaroff
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Years covered: 1918
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|PROFESSOR MARC FONAROFF
(, died Dec-19-1929) Russia
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|Marc (sometimes spelled Mark) Fonaroff was born in Russia but relocated to the USA in his youth. He taught the violin from 1903 until his retirement in 1927 at the Institute of Musical Art (a private school of music at 120 Claremont Avenue, NY). Together with his wife Vera Fonaroff (died 1962.07.23 at the age of 77), also a violinist and teacher, he had two daughters, Olga and Nina.|
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|Oct-22-08|| ||Whitehat1963: Poor guy. The one game he plays in the database turns out to be a gorgeous brilliancy ... for his opponent.|
|Oct-22-08|| ||ILikeFruits: who is...
|Oct-22-08|| ||I Like Fish: who is...
I like fish...
|Oct-22-08|| ||Red October: I am allergic to fish,|
|Oct-22-08|| ||belgradegambit: More about the Professor here: http://www.chesshistory.com/winter/...
"An obituary published in Musical America of 10 January 1930 reported that he was born in Russia and went to the United States as a youth. He taught the violin in New York City from 1903 until his retirement in 1927, and he died in New York City on 19 December 1929. His wife, Vera Fonaroff, was also a violinist and teacher, at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. The couple had two daughters, Olga and Nina."|
|Oct-22-08|| ||ILikeFruits: fish...
|Oct-22-08|| ||I Like Fish: fruits...
|Jan-20-13|| ||IndigoViolet: To <Fonarov/Fonarow/Fanatoff/Tanaroff/Tanarow/
Tannarov/Taneroff/Foxcroft> can be added (Professor Aire) <Foncroff>, according to Sir Richard Clarke, as reported in Quotes and Queries in the June 1970 <BCM>.|
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