Artur Balsam (1906-1994) was an extremely versatile pianist who was simply given birth to in Poland and became established while an accompanist for Yehudi Menhuin on the 1932 tour of america. After becoming hounded out of European countries through the Nazi period, Balsam resolved in NY and started both teaching and saving. Balsam was an extremely flexible designer who demonstrated himself quite able in piano repertoire which range from the Baroque to ultra-modern functions. Balsam was well-known locally in NEW YORK, Rochester and Boston like a instructor, recitalist and chamber musician. He worked well for a large number of East Coastline based record brands, however the highest focus of his recordings could be within the Vox catalogue.