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Gerardo Gerulewicz. Composer, pianist and conductor. Born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1966. Started his musical training in Caracas studying violin, piano and composition. At the Moscow Conservatory P.I. Tchaikovsky in Russia studied Composition with Leonid Bobylev and Piano with Rimma A. Khananina. He graduated in 1998 “with honors” as a Composer. In Venezuela he graduated as a Conductor under Maestro Alfredo Rugeles and Maestro Rodolfo Saglimbeni. Also holds a degree in Marine Engineering.
His works have been performed in Venezuela, France, Russia, Germany, Croatia, USA and Spain. Has been Head of the Music Department of the Central University in Caracas and teaches composition at the José Angel Lamas Music School and the Simón Bolívar Conservatory in Caracas.
His compositions include works for orchestra, one Opera, a Symphonic poem for baritone, chorus and orchestra, three piano concertos (one for left hand), a violin concerto, chamber music, several works for piano and vocal music.
Has been awarded the Third Prize at the “Classical Heritage" Association 1st International Composer’s Competition in 1998 -Moscow, Russia. The Herrera Luque Foundation Prize for Composition in 1998 -Caracas, Venezuela. The Municipal Music Prize in 2006, 2008 and 2011 -Caracas, Venezuela. Finalist at the International Music Prize for Excellence in Composition 2010, advanced level, National Academy of Music, Colorado. Third Prize at the Concurso de Composición Antonio Estévez 2013 -Caracas, Venezuela.
As a pianist and conductor frequently performs contemporary music, including his own works.
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Diabelli-Contest 2014 Gerulewicz, Gerardo
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Diabelli-Contest 2016 Gerulewicz, Gerardo
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