1 United States pianist (born in Poland) known for his interpretations of the music of Chopin (1886-1982) [syn: Arthur Rubinstein, Artur Rubinstein]
2 Russian composer and pianist (1829-1894) [syn: Anton Rubenstein, Anton Gregor Rubinstein, Anton Grigorevich Rubinstein]
Famous people named Rubinstein include:
- Anton Rubinstein, a Russian pianist, composer and conductor, not related to Arthur.
- Arthur Rubinstein, a famous Jewish-Polish-American pianist, not related to Anton.
- Amnon Rubinstein, an Israeli scholar, politician and columnist.
- Akiba Rubinstein, a Polish chess master.
- Ariel Rubinstein, a game theorist at Tel Aviv University and New York University.
- Dave Rubinstein, a singer in the band Reagan Youth.
- Elyakim Rubinstein, a lifelong Israeli diplomat and politician, and former Attorney General of Israel.
- Gillian Rubinstein, Australian author of children's books and for adults as Lian Hearn.
- Helena Rubinstein, Polish-American cosmetics industrialist, and one of the world's richest women .
- Ida Lvovna Rubinstein, a Russian born dancer who performed with the Ballet Russe in Paris.
- John Rubinstein, an actor, singer, composer, & director, and son of pianist Arthur Rubinstein.
- Jon Rubinstein, computer scientist and electrical engineer instrumental in the creation of the iPod.
- J. Hyam Rubinstein, a mathematician primarily interested in topology.
- Louis Rubinstein, a Canadian figure skater who won the first World Figure Skating Championships St. Petersburg, Russia.
- Michael Rubinstein, a mathematician primarily interested in number theory.
- Nikolai Grigoryevich Rubinstein, a Russian pianist and composer. He was the younger brother of Anton Rubinstein
- Nikolai Leonidovich Rubinstein (1897-1963), a Soviet historian and professor
- Dr. Pablo Rubinstein, a Chilean doctor who pioneered the preservation and medical use of placenta blood as a form of stem cell technology.
- Sergei Rubinstein (1889-1960), a Soviet psychologist and philosopher
- Seymour I. Rubinstein, a pioneer of the PC software industry, made WordStar
- Robert A. Rubinstein, Anthropologist and professor at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University, known for his work on peacekeeping and medical anthropology
- Yevgeniya Rubinstein (1891-?), a Soviet climatologist and professor
- Zelda Rubinstein, American actress
Rubinstein can also refer to:
rubinstein in Bulgarian: Рубинщайн
rubinstein in German: Rubinstein
rubinstein in Spanish: Rubinstein
rubinstein in French: Rubinstein
rubinstein in Italian: Rubinstein
rubinstein in Hebrew: רובינשטיין
rubinstein in Japanese: ルービンシュタイン
rubinstein in Norwegian: Rubinstein
rubinstein in Polish: Rubinstein
rubinstein in Russian: Рубинштейн