Henrique Morozowicz (1934-2008) better known in Brazil as Henrique de Curitiba (eng-HEE-kee gee koo-ree-CHEE-bah), was born of Polish parents in the city of Curitiba, in the State of Paraná in the South of Brazil.
He attended the Free School of Music in São Paulo. After participating in the Chopin piano competition in Poland, he studied at the Warsaw Conservatory. Returning to Brazil in 1964, he started a teaching career at the School of Fine Arts at the Federal University of Paraná where he taught until his retirement in 1994. In 1979-1981, he was one of the first Brazilian composers to obtain a scholarship for Graduate Studies in Music, studying at Cornell University and Ithaca College under the guidance of the Pulitzer Price winning composer Karel Husa.
Henrique Morozowicz has written more than 150 works, mainly instrumental, chamber music, piano and choral. He has many pieces published and recorded in Brazil, Europe and the USA.
Henrique Morozowicz has 1 titles published with Santa Barbara.
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