André Bloch

André Bloch

  • Born
    14th January 1873
  • Died
    7th August 1960
  • Birthplace
    Wissembourg, France
André Bloch was a French composer and music educator. He studied with André Gedalge, Ernest Guiraud, andJules Massenet at the Conservatoire de Paris. In 1893 he won the Prix de Rome for his cantata Antigone which used a text by Ferdinand Beissier. The prize enabled him to pursue further studies at the French Academy in Rome. In 1898 he joined the faculty of the Conservatoire de Paris as a professor of harmony. One of his notable pupils at that school was Jehan Alain. He later taught at American Conservatory in Fontainebleau. His private students included the composer Fernand Oubradous.

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