Leo Brouwer
Leo Brouwer

Leo Brouwer

About Leo Brouwer

Brouwer studied for a short time at the Juilliard School under Vincent Persichetti and also at the Hartt College of Music. He served as a music assistant for Radio Havana and as professor of composition at the Havana Conservatory. He has received a government stipend since 1961 for his musical work. Brouwer's early compositions are nationalist and he has concerned himself with the issue of being an artist in a revolutionary society. He has turned to avant-garde techniques since 1962, in works such as his Sonata pian'e forte (1970) for piano and tape.

    Havana, Cuba
  • BORN
    March 1, 1939

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