Re owned French composer conductor Pierre Boulez, also known as a profilic author and piano player, has died at 90 years old.
The musician passed away on Tuesday at his home in Baden-Baden, Germany his family said, reported BBC.
French composer Pierre Boulez dies at 90
“For all those who met him and were able to appreciate his creative energy, his artistic vigour… will remain alive and strong,” the family said. Boulez was also known as the leader of the Paris Philharmonic, a cultural institute in Paris that joins spaces all dedicated to music.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls paid tribute to Boulez on Twitter, “Courage, innovation, creativity, this is what Pierre Boulez meant to the world of French music, of which he made a beacon of light throughout the world.”
Born in the Loire region of France in 1925, Boulez started his musical profession at the Conservatoire in Paris, one of the world’s most praised music schools. In 1945, he become a musical director of the theater organization of Jean-Louis Barrault and Madeleine Renaud.
Boulez’s talent led him to be more and more in demand by 1960s he was seeming widely as a director, going ahead to end up boss director of the BBC Symphony Orchestra and New York Philharmonic Orchestra.
In 1996 he won a Grammy for his recording of Debussy’s “La Mer” with the Cleveland Orchestra, and won again in 2002 for Boulez Conducts Varese (Ameriques; Arcana; Deserts; Ionization) with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.