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Full name : Benjamin Britten

How old is Benjamin Britten: 63 years Male

🎂 Birthday: November 22, 1913

🔯 Sun sign: Sagittarius

🌍 Nationality: England

Death date: December 4, 1976

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Benjamin Britten was born on November 22, 1913 (age 63) in England. He is a celebrity composer.

Benjamin Britten Biography

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Benjamin Britten was an English composer, conductor and pianist, considered to be one of the greatest composers of the 20th century. He was a child prodigy”learning to play the piano at the age of two and composing his first piece at five”and grew up to be the central figure of the British classical music of his time. Although he attended the Royal College of Music, it was his private study with composer Frank Bridge that influenced him more. He first came to the public attention at the age of twenty with the a cappella choral work, titled, ˜A Boy was Born' and leapt to international fame within a short period with ˜Variations on a Theme of Frank Bridge.' He was a prolific composer and his large body of works included opera, other vocal music, orchestral and chamber pieces. Over the years, he received a number of awards and honors. He was also the first musician to receive life peerage and become Baron Britten. Today he is best remembered for works like ˜Peter Grimes', and ˜The Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra', and most importantly, ˜The War Requiem.'

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Before Fame

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He was mentored by composer Frank Bridge after the two met at a performance of Bridge's orchestral poem "The Sea." Bridge found his talents impressive and taught him to place high priority on the technical side of composing.

Trivia

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His opera "Peter Grimes" debuted in June 1945 to great commercial and critical success, equaling, if not exceeding, "La bohème" and "Madama Butterfly's" financial and popular success.

Benjamin Britten Dead or Alive?

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As far as we know Benjamin Britten has died December 4, 1976 ( age 63)

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He was the youngest of four children born to Robert Victor Britten, a dentist, and Edith Rhoda Hockey, an amateur musician.

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He was forever changed after he and Yehudi Menuhin traveled to Germany to perform for concentration camp survivors, but he did not speak of his impressions or experiences until the end of his life.

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