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Swedish composer and organist Hans-Ola Ericsson (born 1958).
He studied music in Stockholm and Freiburg and later in the USA and in Venice. Most influential among his teachers have been Klaus Huber, Brian Ferneyhough and Luigi Nono.
In 1989 Hans-Ola Ericsson was appointed professor at the Swedish national College of Music in Piteå and the University of Luleå.
Hans-Ola Ericsson has given concerts throughout europé as well as in Japan and the USA and Canada. He has made numerous recordings including a highly acclaimed complete recording of Messiaen´s organ music, being awarded the Swedish Gramophone Prize annually between 1985 and 1988.
In the summer of 1990 he was instructor at the summer course for new music in Darmstadt and was awarded the prestigious Kranichsteiner Musikpreis. Hans-Ola Ericsson is also engaged in organ-restoration projects as well as holding courses in Europe and the USA. In the spring of 2000 he was named a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music and he received the Swedish Society of Composers interpretation prize in 1999. He is, since 2002 Principal Guest Organist of the Lahti Organ Festival in Finland.
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