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CHANG SU KOH  

(b 1970 )

Chang Su Koh, originally from Osaka, Japan, graduated from the Osaka College of Music with a degree in composition and entered the Musik Akademie der Stadt Basel. Koh has studied composition with Kunihiko Tanaka and Rudolf Kelterborn, and conducting with Jost Meyer. Awards he has received include the Twelfth Asahi Composition prize, the Master Yves Leleu prize from the 1st Comines-Warneton International Composition Contest, second prize from the Fifth Suita Music Contest composition section, and honorable mentions from the Thirteenth Nagoya City Cultural Promotion Contest and the First Zoltán Kodály Memorial International Composers Competition. Presently, Koh teaches at Osaka College of Music and ESA Conservatory of Music and Wind Repair Academy, and is a member of the Kansai Modern Music Association.

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Role: Classical Composer 
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