1930 – Born on September 27th in Berlin, Germany. American-German born harpsichordist and fortepianist.
1938 – The family moved to the United States, where he took piano lessons with his maternal grandfather, Heniot Levy.
1952 – He studied with Thompson and Thurston Dart at Harvard University, receiving his B.A. degree.
1959 – Igor Kipnis made his concert debut as a harpsichordist in a New York radio broadcast.
1962 – His formal concert debut followed.
1964 – He taught at the Berkshire Music Center in Tanglewood.
1967 – Made his first European tour, and subsequently toured throughout the world.
1971-1975 – He served as an associate professor of fine arts and artist-in-residence at Fairfield University in Connecticut.
1981 – Made his debut as a fortepianist in Indianapolis.
2002 – Died on January 24th in Redding, Connecticut.