Benno Moiseiwitsch was the leading late-Romantic Russian pianist located in London through the years following the Russian Trend. He was precociously talented, evidenced by his earning the Anton Rubinstein Award when he was nine years of age, after having researched with Dmitry Klimov on the Music Academy in Odessa. At age 14 he visited Vienna to review with Leschetizky. In the meantime, his family members emigrated to Britain, therefore when he produced his debut as an adult artist it had been in Reading (1908), accompanied by an appearance in London in 1910. His initial American appearance was after Globe Battle I, in 1919. He attained an important worldwide concert profession, touring thoroughly throughout European countries, North and SOUTH USA, East Asia, Africa, Australia, as well as the Pacific islands. He followed an identical stage appearance compared to that of his friend Sergei Rachmaninov and his fellow Odessan Jascha Heifetz: an undemonstrative, reserved, also cool demeanor. Critics discovered the same characteristics in his playing, however recordings recommend passionate interpretations, especially of late-Romantic and Russian music. He often played Rachmaninov, using the composer frequently remarking that Moiseiwitsch performed his music much better than he do. Moiseiwitsch was among the fresh champions from the composer Medtner outside Russia. Although his repertory devoted to the Romantic period (his Classical period repertory was nearly invariable composed of Intimate transcriptions), he do premiere several items by contemporaries, including Francis Poulenc. He became a English subject matter in 1937.