Linda Alexandersson

(born 1984 in Halmstad, resident Malmö) is a Malmö/Lund based contemporary composer, specialized in writing for choir. She is also a conductor as well as a singer. Alexandersson was educated at the Malmö Academy of Music where she undertook studies in composition, music theory and conducting. She has studied choir conducting with Cecilia Martin-Löf, Christina Hörnell and Mats Paulsson and orchestra conducting with Patrik Andersson. Alexandersson has also studied at The Academy of the Arts on Iceland. She has, among other works, composed music for overtone vocals and she is a frequent arranger of music for choir. Today she leads the student choir Ostrochorus in Lund, the ladies’ choir Korallerna who often perform in the cathedral in Lund, as well as the boys’ choir Alexanderkören
Selected works: Memento, 2009, for mixed choir, lyrics lesson; The three songs from the Dominican breviary, 2009, for mixed choir, lyrics lat.
Publications direction: Available at Svensk Musik/Swedmic AB and Gehrman’s Musikförlag
Awards, selection: 2011 Eric Ericsons travelling grant.

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Louise Alenius Boserup

(26/04/1978, Copenhagen) since 2000 has been working as a composer and sound artist while further developing relationships between her music and other forms of expression. She has worked with dance, film, visual arts, architecture, fashion, art exhibitions, advertising and literature. She writes and produces for both classic and modern musicians, and is often part of the performance herself. She has released three albums; the latest is Cours Lapin from 2010. She has performed at The Kennedy Center, Roskilde Festival, Opera Garnier, Le Rex, The National Museum of Denmark, Charlottenborg Spring Exhibition, Nouveau Casino, La Laiterie, Nottingham Art Center, and The Royal Danish Theatre. Her music has been played by The Pacific Symphony, The Opera House Orchestra (USA), The Royal Danish Chapel, Danish Radio Orchestra (DK), Orchestre Colonne (FR) Duo Sonora 2013 (DK) Orange County Contemporary Music Consort 2013 (USA). Her works include: New music for ’Napoli’, 2. Act 2009; Cours Lapin, album 2009; Sound art installation at the National Museum of Denmark.

Maite Aurrekoetxea Viloria

(born 23 June 1971in Bilbao, Spain) composer, conductor and teacher. She studied accordion with J.A. Hontoria, piano, viola, harmony and counterpoint and fugue with Rafael Castro and John Lamb at the Bilbao Conservatory. She studied composition and orchestration with Carmelo Bernaola and electronic music with Alfonso Garcia de la Torre at the Vitoria-Gasteiz Conservatory and conducting studies at the Madrid Conservatory. As a composer she is the author of numerous works, receiving the BBK scholarship to write her concerto for clarinet and orchestra. Her works have been programmed in festivals such as Alicante or Vitoria’s Electroacoustic Music Festival .She is currently director of the Symphony Orchestra of the Music School of Bergara and the Bilbao Music Conservatory Orchestra.
Selected works: Aparece, 1994, cl, vlc, pf; Un arrebato, 1999, fis, vl, pf; Besarkada batekin = Con un abrazo, 1998, fis- tape; Besonders, 1998, sax t, mar, tape; Concierto para clarinete y orquesta, 1997, cl, 4 perc, arp, strings; Estela, 1996, vla, electr; Ki- shar, 1997, perc, tape; Lau kolore, 1997, 2 vl, vla, vlc; Miradas, 1998, fl, cl, vl, vlc; La Negra Ker, 1995, cl picc, 2 cl Sib, cl b; Voz, 1996, electr; Zurrunbilo, 2000, sax t/br, fis, perc