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LIZA FUCHSOVA

Liza Fuchsova was born in Brno on 31 March 1913. A precocious child, she began piano studies at the age of three and at ten years of age performed with the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra in Prague. Upon graduating from the Prague Conservatory she joined the faculty, teaching there until 1939, when she emigrated to England. She was active as teacher, soloist and chamber musician in England, performing with the Dumka Trio and in duo-piano programmes with the pianist Paul Hamburger. In February 1977 Fuchsova died in London. Although she championed many British composers (Montague Phillips, Walter Thomas Gaze Cooper, and Humphey Searle, to name a few), it is as a lifelong champion of the music of Czech composers that she is best remembered today.

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