Feuermann made his debut with the Vienna Philharmonic at the age of eleven. He studied with Julius Klengle who called him a "divinely favoured artist". The Nazi Party made him leave the Berlin Conservtory in 1933 because he was Jewish. He emigrated to the United States and taught at the Curtis Institute.
Listen to Feuermann play Antonin Dvorak's Rondo and David Popper's Spinning Song: