Amit Gilutz Amit Gilutz
Currently studying at Cornell University with Steven Stucky and Roberto Sierra, as well as Fabien LÚvy (Columbia), Amit Gilutz (b.1983) is a graduate of the Israel Arts and Sciences Academy in Jerusalem and the Rubin Music Academy in Jerusalem. Among his principle teachers there were Andre Hajdu, Yinam Leef and Mark Kopytman. Amit participated in Master Classes and summer programs working with such leading composers as Esa-Pekka Salonen, Doina Rotaru , Michael Jarell, Brian Ferneyhough, Boguslaw Schaffer, Fabian Panisello, Allain Gaussin. This summer Amit will study with Chaya Czernowin. Among the prizes and scholarships Amit has won are the Israeli-American Culture Fund scholarships for composition (1999-2008), first prize of the 2003 Mediterranean Music Center Composition Competition (Greece), prize for outstanding achievement from the director of the Jerusalem Music Academy, first prize for the Chana Idor Avni Composition Competition, Klon Scholarship for young composers, the 2007 ACUM award for his "White Darkness", and the Prix Nadia Boulanger of the 2010 Ecoles D'Art Americaines de Fontainebleau. His music has been performed by ensembles and orchestras among which are: Argento Ensemble, Tel-Aviv Soloists Ensemble, Meitar Ensemble, the Israeli Chamber Project, Ensemble Adapter, and more.

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