Ania Dorfmann was born in Odessa, Russia on July 9, 1899.
Dorfmann was a pupil of Philipp's at the Paris Conservatory. She made her debut
in Liege and toured extensively through Europe from 1920 until her American
debut in 1936. She appeared frequently in the U.S., including several
appearances with conductor Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony. Dorfmann also
made recordings for British Columbia and RCA. For many years, she was on the
faculty of the Juilliard School. She died in 1982.
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