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Georgs Pelēcis

Georgs Pelēcis

Georgs Pelēcis


Georgs Pelēcis (born 1947 in Riga) is a Latvian composer and musicologist.He was born in Riga, 1947, graduated from Aram Khachaturjan’s composition class of the P. Tschaikovsky Conservatoire, Moscow (1970), post graduate research studentship, until 1977, doctor art. (1981), doctor habil. art. (1990). “A Study Of Palestrina Style” is marked by the International Palestrina Center in Rome (1993). G. Pelecis has not long studied at Oxford (1995, Corpus Christi College) and Cambridge (1997, Gonville and Caius College) Universities. Read more on Last.fm
Georgs Pelēcis (born 1947 in Riga) is a Latvian composer and musicologist.He was born in Riga, 1947, graduated from Aram Khachaturjan’s composition class of the P. Tschaikovsky Conservatoire, Moscow (1970), post graduate research studentship, until 1977, doctor art. (1981), doctor habil. art.

(1990). “A Study Of Palestrina Style” is marked by the International Palestrina Center in Rome (1993). G. Pelecis has not long studied at Oxford (1995, Corpus Christi College) and Cambridge (1997, Gonville and Caius College) Universities.

His music for Roald Dahl’s “Jack And The Beanstalk” has the world-premiere in the Royal Albert Hall (London). Since 1990 G. Pelecis is professor of the Latvian Academy of Music. He teaches theory and history of counterpoint and fugue.

He was the first president of the Riga Centre of Early Music. As a composer G. Pelecis took part in different music festivals ("Alternativa"- Moscow; Lochenhaus - Austria). As a musicologist Pelecis is author of two theses about Johannes Ockeghem (XV c.) and Palestrina (XVI c.) as well as more than 30 articles about problems of form in the music of Middle Ages, Renaissance, baroque and a number of Latvian composers. Read more on Last.fm.

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