This is part of a list of students of music, organized by teacher.
University of Michigan
University of Oregon
Klein (1793–1832), mostly self-taught
Steven en Stijn Kolacny 
As well as being a prominent composer, the Frenchman Olivier Messiaen was a noted teacher of musical analysis, harmony and composition at the Paris Conservatoire from the 1940s until he retired in 1978. He also taught classes at the Darmstadt new music summer school in 1949 and 1950. This list of students of Olivier Messiaen contains some of the musicians who (like Pierre Boulez, Yvonne Loriod and George Benjamin) attended his classes, or who (like Peter Hill and Jennifer Bate) studied privately with the composer or collaborated with him in preparation for their performances of his music.
Wiktor Labunski [pupils]
The first Tajik opera Vose's Uprising (1939) was written by Kabalevsky's pupil Sergey Balasanian (1902–1982)...
...he graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory (composition class of Tikhon Khrennikov and piano classes of Heinrich Neuhaus and Lev Naumov...)
...he took lessons at the Hochschule für Musik with Ernst Rudorff and studied theory and composition with Friedrich Kiel.
He studied in Vienna with his countryman Kozeluh (Kozeluch)...
...educ.: studies in piano and composition under Frank Marshall, Alicia de Larrocha, Xavier Montsalvatge and Igor Markevitch.
She then went on to continue her studies at some of the most prestigious European academies: the National Superior Conservatory of Music in Paris under Dominique Merlet, the Reina Sofía College of Music in Madrid with Dmitri Bashkirov, and the Marshall Academy in Barcelona with Alicia de Larrocha.
The Spanish pianist Marta Zabaleta studied with Dominique Merlet, Dimitri Bashkirov and Alicia de Larrocha.
Je travaillais le piano trois fois par semaine avec Berthe Laventurier, élève d'Arthur de Greef...
Javier Alvarez studied clarinet and composition in Mexico with Mario Lavista.
Gaubert studied with Paul Taffanel, Xavier Leroux, and Charles Lenepveu at the Paris Conservatory.
RAMETTE, Yves, Fr. componist en organist. Hij ontving onderricht in piano van Lazare - Lévy, voor orgel van G. Jacob en in compositie van Arthur Honegger.
Influential music teachers included Hugh Allen (New College), Dr Henry Ley (Christ Church), and Ernest Walker (Balliol).(Subscription or UK public library membership required.)
...thereafter attending classes given by Pousseur at Durham and by Ligeti at Tanglewood.
...when a tightly knit group had built around Ligeti. Some of the 'regulars' were the young Hubertus Dreyer, Hans Peter Reutter, Mike Rutledge and Sidney Corbett who came later.
Arthur De Greef (b. Louvain, 1862; d. Brussels, 1940) studied with Liszt at Weimar and in 1885 was appointed professor of piano at the Brussels Conservatoire.
Jean Paul Ertel (1865-1933)... ...He was a pupil of Liszt...
(Joseph) Gordon Saunders, pupil of Elizabeth Stirling, W. Rea, E.J. Hopkins and H. Litolff, was a co-founder of Trinity College London and a teacher of Granville Bantock. He published many piano teaching pieces and a number of organ pieces.
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After two years at the Royal Academy of Music under Sterndale Bennett as principal and George MacFarren as teacher...
Helen Hopekirk (1856–1945)... ...she studied with George Lichtenstein and with Scottish composer Alexander Mackenzie...
His father discontinued payment for William's composition lessons with Mackenzie and Corder in London.
A month after his announcement, he hired Englishman Walter Henry Rothwell, a former apprentice of Gustav Mahler, to be the conductor...
Not only did little Max study piano with Brahms, he studied conducting with Gustav Mahler...
In 1945-1951, he continued his studies at the State Higher School of Music in Kraków, under Stefania Łobaczewska – who taught him theory, and Artur Malawski – who taught composition.
Malawski lectured on composition, conducting and theory at the State Higher School of Music in Kraków from 1945 until his death, where his pupils included Penderecki and Schaeffer.
Lavista, Mario, Mexican composer; b.3 Apr 1943... ...studied piano with Francisco Gyves, and harmony, counterpoint, and composition with Rodolfo Halffter and Héctor Quintanar. With a scholarship from the French government, he also studied with Jean-Etienne Marie in the Schola Cantorum of Paris, France.
...em va portar a l'Acadèmia Marshall, on em va donar classes directament Frank Marshall...
The pianist-composer Arthur De Greef studied at the municipal music school of his native city with Emile Mathieu, who himself was a student of Auguste Dupont at the Brussels Conservatory.
In 1913 at the age of just 15, Dorothy entered the Royal Academy of Music. She studied composition with Sir J.B. McEwen...
After a period of study in Kassel, Horsley moved to Leipzig in 1841; there he undertook composition lessons with Mendelssohn until 1843.
Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke was a German composer, conductor, and pianist in the Middle Romantic Era. He studied under Felix Mendelssohn, Robert Schumann and Franz Liszt.
He studied harmony with Richard Wüerst, who later became known for studying composition with Felix Mendelssohn.
At 18, Suzanne Rozsa was awarded a scholarship to the Royal College of Music, where she became a pupil of Isolde Menges, a pupil of the legendary Leopold Auer.
As early as 1952, Messiaen's former student Jean-Étienne Marie noted a similarity between these linked parameters and John Cage's prepared piano, where the pitch and the timbre of a given preparation are always associated.
Studied theory with F. Meyer 1875...
He studied piano in Kraków (Kazimierz Hofman), Vienna and Warsaw (Aleksander Michałowski).
...Wilson entered Harvard University (B.A., 1963), where he was a pupil of Randall Thompson and Robert Moevs.
...where his teachers were Bailly (viola) and R. O. Morris (composition).
...he studied at the Leipzig Conservatory with Plaidy and Moscheles as well as Hauptmann, E.F.E. Richter and Papperitz (harmony and composition).