129 Years Ago Today
Thursday 12th of January 1893Reichsmarschall and Nazi leader Hermann Wilhelm Göring is born in Marienbad Sanatorium, Hausstätterstraße 22, Rosenheim, Bayern, Germany.
Wilhelm Göring began as a student at the Bavarian Conservatorium for Music (Bavaria), and his family moved to Austria in 1892. When Wilhelm Göring retired from Breshall for the summer of 1896 the family moved back to Berlin where they continued their education until they became working musicians at the Berlin Grammar School in May 1895. In 1936 Wilhelm Göring joined the Wissenschaft, an international Berlin organization, in order to play music to the British public. His name was written on several German pianotronic instruments. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Piano Research in 1929 for his performance in several selections for the first time. Since he was awarded an honorary doctorate in piano by the American Recording Association (AA), he has performed with a wide range of international musicians including Mozart, Mozart's wife, Franz Liszt, Gustav Klimt, Robert Frost, Francis Bacon, Albert Chopin, John Hammond, Franz Liszt and many more. Wilhelm Göring is a member of the staff of Bach's, the local orchestra, where he has played as a major and lead player, and the Berlin Grammar School, where he plays with a wide range of Germans.