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Suk, Josef

Born: 1874 AD
Died: 1935 AD
Nationality: Czech
Categories: Composers, Violinist

1874 – Born in Krecovice on the 4th of January.

1885-1892 – He studied at Prague Conservatory.

1922 – He taught at the Prague Conservatory where his pupils included Bohuslav Martino and Rudolf Firkušný.

1892 – His best known works are probably the youthful Serenade for Strings.

1906 – The symphony, Asrael.

1900 – The Fairy Tale Suite.

1909 – Things Lived and Dreamed.

1909 – A Summer’s Tale.

1917 – The Ripening.

1929 – Epilog.

1932 – He won a silver medal at the Art Competitions during the Olympic Games at Los Angeles with his work Into a New Life.

1935 – Died in Benesov on the 29th of May.