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Bogdan Trotsuk

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Biography

Bogdan Trotsuk (b. 1931, Baku, Azerbaijan) is a Russian composer.

His talent opened the doors of the Moscow Conservatory and later won him the friendship of legendary composer Aram Khachaturian who taught him composition. Theoretical studies with other brilliant teachers such as Sposobin, Mazel honed his talent and made him a composer capable of writing music that varied from symphonies, ballets, chamber music, theater, and film to folk music.

All his life Trotsuk was a freelance composer, which is rare in Russia today. His works have been widely played in Russia and abroad and have brought him numerous awards. He also works with schools and music conservatories. His works include the repertoire of classical music competitions. Currently he is working with the state military wind bands and the symphony orchestras of Russia.


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