Käbi Laretei
Estonian-born Swedish concert pianist
Käbi Laretei
Käbi Alma Laretei is an Estonian-born Swedish concert pianist. Her father was a diplomat in the service of the Republic of Estonia; when the Soviet Union invaded the country he and his family fled to Sweden. Laretei has had a long and distinguished career as a pianist and in the 1960s.
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  • 1959
    Age 36
    They met in the late 1950s, were married in 1959 and divorced in 1969, though the marriage was effectively over by 1966.
    More Details Hide Details His 1961 film Through a Glass Darkly is dedicated to Laretei. They had a son, Daniel Bergman, who is also a film director. Laretei has continued to play in concert and give musical consultation on the set of some of her former husband's films and even appears playing the piano in a scene of Fanny and Alexander. She took an early interest in the TV medium, has hosted many programmes on literature and music on Swedish TV and since En bit jord (1976; "A lump of earth") has published a number of books on life and music, the latest being Såsom i en översättning (2004; "As in a translation", the title being a paraphrase on "Through a Glass Darkly" (Såsom i en spegel)).
  • 1922
    Born on July 14, 1922.
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