Àngels Alabert Feliu

(born 14 September 1937, Girona, Spain, resident in Girona, Spain) composer, pianist and teacher. Professor at the Girona Conservatory where she teachs chamber music, piano, harmony, counterpoint, composition and instrumentation carrying out an intense pedagogic task. She composes works for piano, orchestra and choir. She organizes cycles of conferences about Music History and Musical Aesthetics. She an is advisory member of the Generality of Catalonia Popular Culture Department, having worked in the search and transcription of popular songs and etnomusicologics topics. For 18 years she has directed the Choir Maragall in Gerona. As a pianist, since 1990 she is part of the German trio Camera and since 1991 of the group Word Poet. She is member of several competitions the Piano 'Bergen' since 1985.
Selected works: Et miro adormida, 1994, sop, pf

Angina P

(born in Vienna ), composer, producer. Angina P. takes her place in between conventionally defined genres with these unconventional works that move between IDM, breakbeat and ambient. Her production methods, which she developed as self taught, have a characteristic style that has led to 370000 downloads on her mp3.com page. Even the large entertainment conglomerates far beyond the confines of Austria's borders, have been taking note of her tracks. Her music was licensed for the Warner Brothers blockbuster Taking lives, as well as for the Discovery and History Channels. In 2006 their followed her debut album 8 rooms on Notochord Recordings. She appeared at: Noise Fest (international festival for experimental music); she has made a live performance (Providence, Rhode Island, USA); Wasserburg Leuchtet, a live performance at the Stadfest (City Festival) of Wasserburg with sound and installations (Germany). She has led an audio production workshop at the Medienkulturhaus in Wels (Austria)
Selected works: Sun Age, computer game, soundtrack (Vertex4 & Lighthouse Interactive 2007); 8 Rooms, (CD, Notochord Recordings 2006); Geisteskind, track on the DVD compilation open: sounds(female: pressure 2008)

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Anneli Arho

(born in 1951 in Helsinki. Finland). Finnish music educator, writer and composer. She studied theory and composition at the Sibelius Academy with Jukka Tiensuu. She continued study at Freiburg with Klaus Huber, and Brian Ferneyhough, graduating as a Doctor of Music. She is teacher at the Department of Composition and Music Theory, Sibelius Academy, and writes professional articles for magazines including Philosophy of Music Education Review. She is married to Jukka Tiensuu.
Selected works: Minos, 1998, for harpsichord, dedicated to Jukka Tiensuu; Minne, 1997; Once upon a time, 1980, woodwind quintet; Aikaika, 1987, for three cellos; Answer, 1978, for mezzo soprano, horn and string quartet; Par comparaison, 1981, for three cellos; Les temps emboites, 1987, for three cellos; Atmosphere, 1997; In sordina, 2006.
Recordings: Cd The Exuberant Harpsichord- Jukka Tiensuu, harpsichord.