Violino D’Amore

Gregory Haimovksy


Over twenty five years Gregory Haimovsky headed the Chamber Department at the New York University and prior to this held central positions in Germany, Israel and Russia teaching the high-end ethics of music and performing art.

In this two-part novel Haimovsky has succeeded to amalgamate these topics with a refined and tender love story of sophisticated and mature people.

These books has received a raven acclaim and are devoured by sophisticated readers with an unprecedented intensity.

Gregory Haimovksky questions the high-end ethnics of music and performing art with a refined and tender love story of sophisticated and mature people.

198 pages

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