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About Hanspeter Kyburz
Hanspeter Kyburz (born 1960) is a contemporary Swiss composer of classical music, known for applying electronic music techniques to his productions. Kyburz was born in Lagos, Nigeria to Swiss parents. In 1980, he began studying music composition, first in Graz with A. Dobrowolsky and Gösta Neuwirth, then, from 1982–1990, with Gösta Neuwirth and Franc Michael Beyer. Later, Kyburz studied at the Universität der Künste in Berlin and with Hans Zender in Frankfurt. In 1990, he received the Boris Blacher Prize and won the Cité Internationale des Arts scholarship for 1990/91 in Paris