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Jennifer Fowler

JENNIFER FOWLER studied at the University of Western Australia, where
she won composition prizes and the University’s Convocation Award. In 1968
she spent a year in Holland at the University of Utrecht on a Dutch Government
Scholarship. Since 1969, she has been living in London where she works as a
free-lance composer.
Her international prizes for composition include:
Academy of Arts, Berlin, 1970; Radcliffe Award of Great Britain, 1971;
International Competition GEDOK, Mannheim, 1975; Miriam Gideon Prize,
(USA) 2003; Bodman Memorial Competition, (UK) 2006; Sylvia Glickman
Memorial Prize, (USA) 2009 and Goleminov Contest, Bulgaria, 2009.
Her output includes orchestral works, chamber pieces, solo music and vocal
ensembles of all kinds.
Her music has been included in such prestigious international festivals as the
ISCM World Music Days; the Gaudeamus Music Week, Holland; the
Huddersfield Festival of Contemporary Music, UK; the International Sydney
Spring Festival; the Perth International Arts Festival, Australia; City of London
Festival; Women in Music festivals in London, Atlanta, Alaska, Melbourne,
Sydney, Canberra, Rome, and Beijing; and the Australian Festival of Chamber


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