Internationally acclaimed Czech-born American composer and conductor Karel Husa has died - aged 95.
A graduate of the Prague Conservatory and the Paris Conservatoire, Professor Husa served a long-term teaching position on faculty at New York's Cornell University - until his retirement in 1992.
He was awarded the prestigious 1969 'Pulitzer Prize for Composition' for his 3rd String Quartet - and his Cello Concerto recognised with the 1993 'Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition' prize.
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Professor Husa held honorary doctorates from Coe College, the Cleveland Institute of Music, Ithaca College, and Baldwin Wallace College.
Our condolences are with his family, friends, colleagues and students.