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Rosalind Bevan

Rosalind Bevan was born and grew up in London, where she made her debut at the age of thirteen. She trained at the Royal Academy of Music in London, where she was later engaged as a teacher. In 1971 she moved to Denmark and worked at the Carl Nielsen Academy of Music in Odense, where she was employed until 2003. She was also a lecturer at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen in 1988-93. Rosalind Bevan has influenceda whole generation of young pianists, not least in the interpretation of contemporary music. She has given concerts in Europe, the USA, Canada, Russia, India and Japan, and has appeared at international festivals such as Warsaw Autumn. She has premiered many works and worked closely with composers such as Karlheinz Stockhausen, Henryk Górecki, and , and has recorded several of their works as well as works from the classical repertoire. She has been awarded the Artists’ Prize of the Danish Music Critics, the Victor Schiøler Grant and the Tagea Brandt Travelling Grant.