Awati, Kedarnath (*1957)

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March in the "Olde Style"
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Awati, Kedarnath (*1957)

March in the "Olde Style"
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Kedarnath Awati (born 1957, Pune, India) started learning the piano from the age of eight. From the age of sixteen he fancied that he would become a professional mathematician...he received his masters degree in Pure Maths from the University of Pune in 1979 and worked as a Maths teacher at India's National Defence Academy for four years thereafter. While abandoning his work towards a doctorate in Maths and drifting back to music via music for documentary and children's films he found time to complete his AmusTCL in 1991. He joined the Film and Television Institute of India at Pune in 1991 as a Professor of Music, a post he continues to hold today.
From 1991 to 1997 he worked almost exclusively as a film composer for students who had a bent towards the experimental in matters of music and sound design. In between, he wrote a symphonic Allegro that had to wait almost twenty years to get a good recording. It can be located and heard on YouTube for those who are interested. He was also able to take time off between 2003 and 2007 to pursue and complete a doctorate in Music Theory and Composition under Dr. David Felder at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Today he divides his work time between his duties at the Film Institute and giving private instruction (via mobile and Skype!) to Indian students on the various intricacies of the European harmonic style of the 18th and 19th centuries. After all this, if and when he has time he composes music!
He lives in Pune with his wife Simrita and son Siddharth, and spends his spare time reading (Ian Rankin, Haruki Murakami and Jo Nesbo are his current favorites), hiking and playing Scrabble.


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