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Felix YANOV-YANOVSKY
né en 1934

Uzbek composer of orchestral, chamber, choral, and vocal works that have been performed across Asia, Europe and the former Soviet Union.

Felix Yanov-Yanovsky graduated from the Tashkent State Conservatory as a violinist (1957) and a composer (1959). He worked in the State Symphony Orchestra of Uzbekistan (1954-64) and the String Quartet of Uzbek Radio (1964-68). Since 1961, he has taught at the Tashkent State Conservatory (where he is now a professor at the composer department). He is a member of the Composers' Union and the Cinematographers' Union of Uzbekistan.

Mr. Yanov-Yanovsky's works have received several honors, including a diploma for the musical score to the animated film The Young Growth in 1981 in the All-Ukrainian Film Festival and the Award of the Youth League of Uzbekistan for his music to the film It will be warm rain in 1985. In addition, he won the Prize of the Cinematographers' Union of Uzbekistan for the music to the animated serial The History of Islam (in collaboration with his son, Dmitri Yanov-Yanovsky) in 1995.

Mr. Yanov-Yanovsky has participated in many international festivals, including the Almaty (1992), the Minsk (1993, 1995), the Almeida (London, 1994), the Moscow Autumn (1996), the ILKHOM-XX (1996-97, 2000), the Heidelberg (1997), the RAM - 200 Years of Russian Music (London, 1999), and the ppIANISSIMO (Sofia, 2001). In 2000, the Jihlava Festival in Prague selected his choral piece Echo of the Cante Jondo for performance. His works have been performed in Bulgaria, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, and the UK, as well in the countries of the CIS. He received several commissions from the Royal Abbey of the Val-de-Grace in Paris.

In addition to the works listed below, he has composed about 50 film scores.


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