Joy, Génèviève (1919–)

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Joy, Génèviève (1919–)

French pianist. Name variations: Genevieve Joy-Dutilleux. Born in Bernaville, France, Oct 4, 1919; m. Henri Dutilleux (composer).

Studied with Yves Nat and went on to receive the 1st prize of Paris Conservatory (1941); played many contemporary French scores, including the 1948 premiere of husband's Piano Sonata; premiered his Figures de resonances for two pianos (1970).

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