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Douglas Finch established an impressive career as a concert pianist after winning several national competitions in Canada, Third Prize in the Washington J.S. Bach International Competition and silver medal at the Queen Elisabeth International Piano Competition in Brussels. Besides appearing as soloist with conductors including Charles Dutoit, John Avison, Georges Octors, Boris Brott and Uri Mayer, he has performed many recitals internationally with a large 'established' repertoire ranging from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier to Ives’ Concord Sonata, as well as many pieces by living composers. His acclaimed work with The Continuum Ensemble since 1994 (of which he is co-artistic director) has been heard at the Southbank Centre, in festivals including Spitalfields, and on a number of programmes on BBC Radio, championing music by Xenakis, Aperghis, Smalley, Wallen, Dutilleux, Vivier, Bashaw, Carter, Sessions, Ustwolskaya, Rzewski, Rochberg, Ran, Gonneville, Scelsi, Anderson, Cardew, Ligeti and many others.
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