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Juliusz Łuciuk

Juliusz Łuciuk


(b. 1927, Brzeźnica) – Studied composition with Stanisław Wiechowicz and theory in WSM in Cracow and musicology with Zdzisław Jachimecki at Iagiellonian University. He continued to study of composition with Nadia Boulanger and Max Deutch in Paris. He attended Olivier Messiaen’s seminars and in 1959 he took part in International Holiday Courses for New Music in Darmstadt. Awarded many national awards for composition including 1st and 2nd prize in composition graduates competition (1958), 2nd prize (1968) and award (1972) in Grzegorz Fitelberg Competition, 3rd prize at Polish TV competition (1972), award at The National Philharmonic Hall competition (1975), 3rd prize at Polish Episcopate Competition (1984), Polish Composers Union Award (1998). In 2001 he was awarded with Medal ‘Pro ecclesia et Pontifice’ by His Holiness Pope John Paul II. He was awarded abroad with Silver Medal in Vercelli (1960), Netherlands Radio prize for the competition in Bilthoven (1962), awards (1971, 1973) and Grand Prix (1974) at the competition in Monaco, 2nd prize at the competition in Gambarogno Lago Maggiore in Switzerland (1982). Also awarded with: The Prime Minister’s Prize for compositions for children and youth (1976), The City of Cracow Award (1983), Brother Albert prize for sacral compositions (1983), The Voivode of Cracow award (1992), Minister of Culture and Arts award (1995), President of the City of Częstochowa prize (1997), Minister of Culture Special Award (2004), The Voivode of Cracow Medal (2004).