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Max Christian Friedrich Bruch
(1838 - 1920)

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1838 Born 6 January in Cologne, Germany
1849 Begins composing after lessons from his mother, a professional music teacher
1852 Wins the Frankfurt Mozart Foundation Prize. Begins piano studies with the composer Carl Reinecke
1858 Begins to teach music, and finishes his first opera Scherz, List und Rache
1865 Appointed musical director to the city of Koblenz
1880 Appointed conductor of the Liverpool Philharmonic Society in England
1883 Appointed conductor of the Orchestral Society in Breslau, Germany
1891 Awarded professorship of composition at the Berlin Music Academy
1898 Appointed conductor of the Scottish Orchestra
1920 Dies 20 October, at Friedenau, near Berlin
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