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Life On Stage, 'Daniel Barenboim, Jacqueline du Pré, Pinchas Zukerman'

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© Jack Robinson Archive
U.S.A. 1969

Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity

Pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim, his wife the British cellist Jacqueline Du Pré, and violinist Pinchas Zukerman are photographed here by Jack Robinson on November 24, 1969. In a Vogue magazine feature 'People Are Talking About...' published February 15, 1970 under the headline, 'Super Trio – Super Brio', Vogue noted that 'in rehearsal they call each other Pinky, Smiley and Danny as they bicker and laugh.' Both Barenboim and Zuckerman’s careers would flourish as both performers and conductors, sadly however, Du Pré’s musicianship began to decline in 1971, and in 1973 she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, the disease which ultimately caused her death in 1987. Of Du Pré, the article notes, 'she is an English girl who seductively embraces her Stradivarius as she bows a flawlessly burnished sound'. One critic wrote: ‘I lust for her'.

Born in 1928, Jack Robinson grew up in Clarksdale, Mississippi, attended Tulane University, and pursued photography as a hobby in New Orleans. His early street portraits captured New Orleans' rich culture.

In 1955, he moved to New York, becoming a renowned freelance fashion photographer, even gracing the cover of Life Magazine within four years. In 1965, he joined Vogue Magazine and impressed Diana Vreeland with his portrait work. Jack completed numerous assignments for Vogue over seven years. In 1972, he returned to Memphis to care for his parents, ending his photography career. Later, he excelled in stained glass design.

When he passed away from cancer in 1997, his extensive photographic legacy was discovered, leading to The Jack Robinson Archive and The Robinson Gallery, fulfilling his posthumous wish to preserve his work.

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