D'hollander, Geert
Belgian-American composer Geert D’hollander has composed more than 80 works, mostly commissions for carillon. He has been first prizewinner in more than 30 international competitions. He has taught carillon and composition at the Royal Carillon School “Jef Denyn” in Mechelen, Belgium, and was city carillonneur of Antwerp Cathedral (1655), the belfry of Ghent (1660), and the Basilica of Lier (1704). In 1997, D’hollander was appointed Professor of Carillon at UC Berkeley, where he was awarded the Berkeley Medal for “Distinguished Service to the Carillon.” In 2012, Geert D’hollander was named Bok Tower Gardens (Florida) fourth full-time carillonneur. In 2021, he was one of four musicians to receive The King’s Singers inaugural New Music Prize. He frequently gives master classes in Europe and the U.S., and performs all over the world.

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