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Zukerman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Arianna Zukerman is an American lyric soprano who has performed with some of the world's finest orchestras and opera companies. Her voice was described in the Washington Post as "remarkable" combining the "range, warmth and facility of a Rossini mezzo with shimmering, round high notes and exquisite pianissimos."

Ashley Zukerman American actor

Ashley Zukerman is an Australian-American actor best known for playing Dr. Charlie Isaacs on WGN America's Manhattan, Senior Constable Michael Sandrelli in Australian drama series Rush, and Jesse Banks in the Australian political thriller The Code, for which he received an AACTA award for Best Lead Actor in a Television Drama in 2014. Recently, he starred in the role of Peter MacLeish in the ABC political drama Designated Survivor.

George Benedict Zukerman, is a Canadian bassoonist and impresario. He is the younger brother of musicologist Joseph Kerman. He now lives with his partner, violinist and teacher Erika Bennedik, in South Surrey, B.C.

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The Zukerman Chamber Players is a world-renowned chamber ensemble led by violinist and violist Pinchas Zukerman. Formed in 2003, they have performed over 40 concerts around the world and recorded two CDs.

Zuckermann or Zuckerman is a Yiddish or German surname meaning "sugar man".

Cukierman is a Jewish surname, spelled in the Polish way, parallel to the Yiddish/German Jewish surname Zuckermann. Notable people with the surname include:

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Jessica Linnebach is a Canadian classical violinist. She is a founding member of the Zukerman Chamber Players, as well as the Associate Concertmaster of the National Arts Centre Orchestra. Linnebach plays the Taft Stradivarius (1700) on loan from the Canada Council for the Arts.

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Eugenia Rich Zukerman is an American flutist, writer, and journalist. An internationally renowned flute virtuoso, Mrs Zukerman has been performing with major orchestras and at major music festivals internationally for more than three decades. Since 1980 she has been the Classical Music Correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning where she has profiled hundreds of artists. She is currently the Artistic Director of the lauded Bravo! Vail Valley Music Festival.

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