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Alois Bröder

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Bröder
  • Born 1961 in Darmstadt (Germany).
  • 1982-86 classical guitar studies with Olaf Van Gonnissen (Darmstadt Academy of Music)
  • 1983-85 private composition studies with Cord Meijering and Dietrich Boekle
  • 1985-89 study of composition with Toni Völker (Darmstadt Academy of Music)
  • 1989 participant of the composition seminar "Luigi Nono" at the Centre Acanthes, Avignon
  • 1993-95 composition studies with Manfred Trojahn (Robert Schumann College, Düsseldorf)
  • 1994 work stay at the artist retreat Edenkoben
  • 1995-99 study of electronic composition with Hans Ulrich Humpert (Cologne College of Music)
  • 1996 participant of the "response" project Frankfurt
  • 1996 co-founder of the concert series "new music in the old theater", Darmstadt
  • Prizes and Awards

  • 1990 at the "2nd International Composers' Contest for Guitar Berlin" for "Erdferne"
  • 1990 at the "International Composition Contest of the Percussion Creative Nürnberg" for "ent/lang/tast/end"
  • 1991 at the "Prize for the Support of Young Composers of the State Capitol Stuttgart" for "Wir machen keinen langen Mist" and "Schlafmaus. Metall. 7."
  • 1992 at the "1st International Composition Contest for Guitar and Strings Berlin" for "Sprünge"
  • 1993 at the 'Contest for orchestra works to commemorate the semicentennial of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government' for "Îsôt als blansche mains"
  • 1996 stipend for the artist retreat Ahrenshoop of the foundation Kulturfonds
  • 1998 stipend for the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris
  • 2003 Moldau stipend of the state Hessen
  • Other Links

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    La Flûte

    Level of difficulty: difficultLevel of difficulty: difficultLevel of difficulty: difficultLevel of difficulty: difficult

    for transverse flute
    by Alois Bröder

    ironic dialogue with a flute's characterization by Hector Berlioz  (8 min)