He composed an opera, ballet, incidental music, orchestral, chamber, vocal and choral works. Born in Sofia. He has composed an opera, orchestral, chamber and piano works. His catalogue includes 3 Symphonies: Nos. He graduated from the State Academy of Music where he majored in violin. Returned to Bulgaria, he joined the Sofia Philharmonic and had an illustrious career as a violinist and teacher of that instrument. Violin Concerto No. He performed as a pop musicoan as well as a member of the Slovene Opera and Radio Symphony Orchestras.
He has composed orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. His birth name was Eugen Huber and he only adopted the Hungarian version of his name in his twenties. He had a brilliant career as a violinist and then taught his instrument at the Brussels Music Institute before returning to succeed succeed his father as head of the Liszt Academy.
In addition to his many works for the violin, he also composed operas, orchestral, chamber, vocal and choral works. Wieniawski: Polonaise Brillante No. Concerto for Violin No. Born in Poruba, now part of Ostrava. He composed opeas and ballets as well as orchestral, chamber, piano, vocal and choral works. He graduated from Charles University with a degree in Music Studies and learned to compose from his father. He works as director manager of Czech Radio 3 - Vltava. He has composed works in various genres. He has composed prolifically in various genres especially in works for orchestra and chamber groups.
After graduation, he went to Szeged, where he became a music teacher, and then spent half a year in Rome as a student of Goffredo Petrassi at the Academy of Santa Cecilia. He is currently a professor at the Faculty of Music of the University of Szeged. His catalogue includes an opera and other works in various genres, including a Concerto Rustico for Chamber, Op.
Musica Concertante for 13 Players, Op. He worked as a chorus conductor, music editor for Hungarian Radio and taught compositionand theory at various schools. He composed orchestral, chamber, instrumental and vocal works. Later on, he studied composition with Nadia Boulanger and Albert Roussel in Paris and took part in conducting master classes given by Felix Weigartner in Basel.
After working as a freelaance composer and chorus conductor in Western Europe, he returned home and was appointed music director of Radio Sofia and of the Bulgarian Cinematography Enterprise. He composed mainly orchestral, chamber and instrumental music but also an opera, ballets, film scores, oratorios and songs. He studied composition with Parashkev Hadjiev and Pancho Vladigerov.
Afterwards, he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory where he studied composition under Yevgeny Messner and Anatoly Alexandrov. On his return to Bulgaria.
He composed a ballet, orchestral, chamber and instrumental works, including Musica Concertante for Two Pianos, Strings and Two Bongos He conducted the ballet of the Sofia Opera , was chief conductor of the State Symphony Orchestra and of the National Opera in Ruse, then chief conductor of the Varna Symphony Orchestra and and ultimately chief conductor of the Sofia Philharmonic.
He composed in all genres from operas snd film scores to solo instrumental pieces. Born in Bucharest.
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He has composed orchestral, chamber, instrumental and electronic works, including a Concerto for Cello and Orchestra and Concerto for Flute and Orchestra He studied composition with Marek Stachowski at the Cracow Music Academy and since then has taught music theory there. His other symphonies are: Nos.
Born in Hukvaldy, Moravia. As a youth, he was a gifted choral singer. After early training at several locations, he enrolled at the Prague organ school and then after graduation taught music at Brno's Teachers' Institute. He then studied piano, organ, and composition at the Leipzig Conservatory but soon moved on to the Vienna Conservatory where from April to June he studied composition with Franz Krenn. Back in Brno, he was appointed director of the Organ School where he remained when the school became the Brno Conservatory.
He became one of his nation's great composers, excelling in every genre that he composed for, especially opera. Concerto for Violin "Pilgrimage of the Soul" Berg: Violin Concerto and K. After that, he first worked as a music critic and was appointed a professor at the Budapest Conservatory.
He composed orchestral, chamber and piano works. His catalogue includes a Sinfonietta Born in Smilkov u Votic. He joined the Czechoslovak Radio's musical broadcasting department where he worked as an editor, music producer and dramaturgis and did very little teaching. He composed orchestral and chamber works.
His Symphony No. In addition to composing, he taught composition and orchestration at the Federal University of Pelotas in Brazil. His catalogue contains more than works, including orchestral, chamber and instrumenyal works. Among his other numerous concertant works are Piano Concertos Nos. He became the main composer and conductor of the avant-garde Prague Liberated Theatre, posts he held until forced to flee the Nazis for New York Cty in There he worked as a piano teacher until his death three years later. He composed chamber, piano and concertante works influenced by Stravinsky, Les Six and Schoenberg, concertante works influenced by Stravinsky, Les Six and Schoenberg, as well as jazz compositions.
He continued to work afterwards as a composer, music teacher and organizer. He composed operas, orchestral, chamber and vocal works as well as music for children.ringsusmilab.tk
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His orchestral catalogue includes a Concertante Symphony for Violin and Orchestra He worked as a psychiatrist but was also a music critic for Prague newspapers. He then became lecturer at the Prague Academy of Performing Arts and also a was opera dramaturg at the National Theatre.
He composed operas, orchestral, chamber and instrumental works. His other Symphonies are: No. He composed orchestral, chamber and vocal works as well as music for the theater and folksong arrangements.
He studied organ and compositionat the Prague Conservatory, where he graduated in , later studying the piano at the Conservatory's Master School. He became an important conductor of the Czech Radio, first in Ostrava and later in Prague, where he worked as chief conductor and critic. He composed orchestral, chamber, instrumental and , choral music. His compositions cover most genres from music for the stage to solo instrumental and vocal works as well as folklore arrangements.
His other concertante works are Cello Concerto and Symphony No. He then worked for Radio Prague as a conductor and one of its first music directors before becming a professor of the Prague Conservatoy where he served for many years. He produced an extensive catalogue of orchestral, chamber, instrumental, vocal and choral works. He composed a comic opera as well as works in most other genres from orchestral to solo instrumental and vocal works.
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His Piano Concerto No. He also studied musicology and psychology at the Faculty of Philosophy and Arts at Charles University. He was a music director and editor at the Czechoslovak Radio in Prague and then devoted himself solely to composition. He composed music in most genres with an emphasis on orchestral, chamber and other instrumental works.
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Thereafter he was a freelance composer, though after he worked at the Czech Radio as a dramatic adviser. He became one of the more advanced Czech composers, using tone methods after the s. After graduating with honours, he joined the Prague Theatre Orchestra in , just as Carl Maria von Weber, its director, was about to move to Dresden. In he left Prague to embark on a career as touring virtuoso that took him to Germany, Switzerland and the Netherlands.
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His catalogue is massive and contains works in all genres, including Concertos and Concertinos for various solo instruments. Born in Smyrna now İzmir, Turkey. He was professor of piano and a teacher of advanced harmony and counterpoint at the Athens Conservatory but left to found the Hellenic Conservatory in Athens and the National Conservatory, both of which he directed.
He was a prolific composer of operas and other vocal works but also produced works for instrumental forces, His catalogue also includes a Violin Concerto , Greek Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra , orch. CP Born in Pavlovski Vrh. He also attended the modern music summer courses at Darmstadt, Germany.
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