Rubinstein can also refer to: .

  • The Rubinstein–Taybi syndrome, a genetic disorder.
  • Rubinstein, an American music group.

Other articles related to "rubinstein":

Micro Pro International - History - Founding
... Rubinstein was an employee of early microcomputer company IMSAI, where he negotiated software contracts with Digital Research and Microsoft ... After leaving IMSAI, Rubinstein planned to start his own software company that would sell through the new network of retail computer stores ... After Rubinstein obtained a report that discussed the abilities of contemporary standalone word processors from IBM, Xerox, and Wang Laboratories, Barnaby enhanced WordMaster with similar features ...
Annabelle Whitestone
... The famous Polish-American pianist Arthur Rubinstein credited Whitestone with assisting the careers of two of his protégés, François-René Duchâble and ... Whitestone helped Rubinstein to write the second volume of his autobiography, My Many Years, which he dedicated to her ... Rubinstein's original collaborator, Tony Madigan, whom he met in Marbella, transcribed the first phase of the book ...
Alberto Jonás - St. Petersburg, Germany, Austria, 1890-1893
... Brussels in 1890, he entered the first international Anton Rubinstein Competition, which was being held at the St ... an extraordinary impression on Anton Rubinstein, who immediately invited him to be one the handful of pianists who had the privilege of being his students ... He then worked with Rubinstein in St ...
Beit Rubinstein
... Rubinstein Building (Hebrew בית רובינשטיין‎) is a landmark skyscraper in Tel Aviv, Israel ... The building was named after its developer, Rubinstein and Company ...
Beryl Rubinstein
... Beryl Rubinstein (October 26, 1898 - December 29, 1952) was an American pianist, composer ... Rubinstein was born in Athens, Georgia, where his father Isaac Rubinstein was the rabbi of the Congregation of the Children of Israel ... entry into World War II, Rubinstein (then 43) enlisted in the U.S ...

Famous quotes containing the word rubinstein:

    I have always felt that a woman has the right to treat the subject of her age with ambiguity until, perhaps, she passes into the realm of over ninety. Then it is better she be candid with herself and with the world.
    —Helena Rubinstein (1870–1965)