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Jan Rozehnal (b1957)


Born in Milan, Italy, in 1954, Elisabetta Brusa started composing before she was 5 and created over 30 piano pieces and a string quintet (kept by memory through the years) before starting Composition studies at the Conservatorio of Milan with Bruno Bettinelli, teacher of Claudio Abbado, Riccardo Muti, Riccardo Chailly, Maurizio Pollini, and Uto Ughi. She graduated with Azio Corghi in 1980 with a Diploma in Composition.

From 1976 to 1981 she followed the composition courses at Dartington Hall, Great Britain, held by Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, and from 1978 to 1985 she took periodic lessons from Hans Keller in London. In l982 she won the first prize of "The Washington International Competition for Composition for String Quartet" with her "Belsize" String Quartet. During the following years she was also given several other awards in minor competitions. In l983, having been awarded the "Fromm Foundation Fellowship" and a "Fulbright" travel bursary, she was a student in the composition courses held by Hans Werner Henze and Gunther Schuller at the Tanglewood Music Center in Massachusetts. In l988, l989, and l990 she was awarded Fellowships from the MacDowell Colony (U.S.A.) for artistic residencies to work on her first "Symphony" for large orchestra and other works.

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