Joan Bendon Net Worth
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$31’000’000. *This information was provided by Trey Ingraham, 44 years old. From Valdez, New Mexico
$4’000’000. *This information was provided by Rudy Peeler, 36 years old. Job: (Floor-Layer Apprentice). From Laurel, Indiana
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1,81m.**This information was provided by Cymbre Abderrazzaq, 33 years old. Job: (Sorter, Machine). From Madeline, California.
1,80m.***This information was provided by Othilie Baino, 38 years old. Job: (Raveler). From Upsala, Minnesota.
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87kg.**This information was provided by Kristi, 43 years old. Job: (Shore Hand, Dredge Or Barge). From Franklin, Virginia.
60kg.***This information was provided by Guenevere Freling, 48 years old. From Janesville, Wisconsin.
Joan Bendon information
Birth date and age[BOD]: October 9, 1925
Joan Benson, born October 9, 1929, in Saint Paul in the U.S. state of Minnesota, is an American keyboard player specializing in the clavichord and fortepiano. Educated at the University of Illinois (B.Mus., M.Mus. 1951) and Indiana University (1953), she received instruction in Europe from Edwin Fischer, Guido Agosti, and others before returning to the United States in 1960 to pursue dual careers as a concert keyboardist and teacher.She debuted on the clavichord at the Carmel Bach Festival in 1963 and went on to perform at many concerts in the United States, Europe, and the Far East. From 1968 through 1976, she taught at Stanford University until joining the faculty at the University of Oregon in Eugene, where she taught through 1987. Among her varied interests is Buddhist meditation. She has been credited with helping to revive interest in the fortepiano and the work of C. P. E. Bach.