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Born in 1947. Studied piano and composition at the Rubin Academy in Tel Aviv, with Seter, Partos and Boskovich and further studies in London and Paris. His music was performed by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, the Israel Chamber Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Israel String Quartet, the Arditti Quartet and different ensembles and performers in Israel and Europe. In 1981 his piece represented Israel in the ISCM festival in Brussels. In 1987 received the ACUM Prize and in 1988 was awarded the Prime Minister's award for composers. In 1998 was awarded the Lieberson Prize for orchestral composition. Dan Yuhas is founder and director of the Israel Contemporary Players.