Stanislav Neuhaus

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Stanislav Genrikhovich Neuhaus (Russian: Станислав Генрихович Нейгауз) (March 21, 1927 – January 24, 1980) was a Soviet-Russian classical pianist.

Neuhaus was born in Moscow, the second son of the Russian pianist and professor at the Moscow Conservatory, Heinrich Neuhaus. He studied piano with his father from 1953 to 1957 and was one of his father's three assistants (next to Lev Naumov and Yevgeny Malinin). Neuhaus' son, Stanislav Bunin went on to become a famous pianist as well. The International Stanislav Neuhaus Piano Competition is named in his honor.[1] Brigitte Engerer (1952-2012) was one of his students.

He died in Peredelkino near Moscow in 1980, aged 52.