Philip Howard (pianist)
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In 2003 Howard came to wider international recognition after winning First Prize in the Gaudeamus International Interpreters Award, as the first British winner in 35 years.
Awards and recognitions
- First Prize, International Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition in 2003
- Joint First Prize, BBC Young Musician of the Year Lloyds Bank Composer Award in 1992
- Decoding Skin - solo piano music of Morton Feldman, Iannis Xenakis, Michael Finnissy, Paul Newland, Max Wilson and Paul Whitty (Divine Art CD 25021)
- Maldon and other Choral Works - EXAUDI vocal ensemble, with Philip Howard and Michael Finnissy, piano duet (NMC D110)
- [rout]one - British new music group [rout] play Paul Newland, Paul Whitty and Sam Hayden. (Divine Art CD 29001)
- Pelkonen, Paul. "Superconductor Classical and Opera". Retrieved 21 August 2012.