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UConn Music Professor Wins Grammy Award

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    A professor of music composition at the University of Connecticut has won for a Grammy Award.

    Kenneth Fuchs was nominated for an award for best classical compendium for “Piano Concerto ‘Spiritualist’; Poems of Life, Glacier, Rush,” which was recorded by the London Symphony Orchestra and won.

    The album, which UConn Today reports is Fuchs’ fifth album of original compositions, was recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, where the Beatles recorded albums.

    Learn more about Fuchs on UConn’s website or his own website

    The award ceremony takes place on Feb. 10 in Los Angeles. 

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