Wolf Winners: Violinist Yehudi Menuhin and composer-conductor Luciano Berio were named Wednesday as winners of Israel’s Wolf Prizes in the arts for 1991. The awards, which carry $100,000 grants, will be presented in May at the Israeli Knesset. Menuhin, 74, who lives in London, has founded his own chamber orchestra, directs the Gstaad Festival in Switzerland and is president of the Trinity College of Music. Berio, 65, of Siena, Italy, is noted for innovations in electronic music.
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