Over the years, Morton Estrin has had a long performance career, and as detailed in his bio, has made many appearances in concert halls both in Europe and the United States.

Closer to home, his eagerly anticipated annual March recitals for the benefit of the Music Department of Hofstra University where he is Professor of Music, have become a time-honored tradition. Some highlights of recent years' performances have been the Schumann Symphonic Etudes, an all-Beethoven program, an all-Chopin program, and the Brahms-Handel Variations, which he played last year. In March of 2004, to the great delight of Estrin's audience, a very special concert featured "Three Generations of The Estrin Family", in which he shared the stage with his daughter, Coren Estrin Mino, his son, Robert (Bob) Estrin, and his granddaughter, Jennifer Estrin. This program showcased the great Brahms Horn Trio, featuring Bob on the French Horn, Jennifer on the violin, and Morton himself at the piano. Later in the program, Coren joined her father in several delightful four-hand piano pieces of Edvard Grieg. The Prokoffiev Third Piano Sonata, with Estrin himself at the keyboard, concluded this truly memorable event.

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