Nicoletta Andreuccetti

(born in Italy, 20th century) composer, pianist, musicologist and teacher. She studied with M. Bonifacio, A. Solbiati, H. Dufourt, S. Sciarrino and B. Mantovani, I. Fedele. Some of her music has been performed in major concert halls in Italy and abroad. In 2009 she collaborated with the “Neue Vocalsolisten Stuttgart” for the  Festival Achantes 2009 (Metz, France) with her composition “S'i fossi foco”(on text of the famous sonnet by Cecco Angiolieri), for female voice and electronics, recorded by Barbara Freeman for Musica Nova Edition. In 2011, her work “L'Altro Canto” was performed at the festival ISCM World New Music Days 2011The LVI Festival of Contemporary Music of the Biennale di Venezia (2012) has commissioned to her the song “Figurazioni dell’invisibile” for the SOUND GARDEN, Interactive Sound Installation of Architecture Sonora.
Selected works: Dall’oscuro; Di pensieri di stelle di poesia; Flam; Maggio; L’altro canto; Figurazioni dell’invisibile; S’i fossi foco.
Awards: First prize at the International Electroacoustic Music Competition MUSICA NOVA in Prague with “S'i fossi foco”, 2009 ; First prize at the Dutch Harp Composition Contest of Utrecht with the song “Mouvements”, selected also for the International Gaudeamus Music Week, 2012.

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Nina Åkerblom Nielsen

(born in Jönköping, Sweden) a considerable part of her childhood was at her granddad's Steinway grand piano. Here she started to compose at the age of 5. Her conventional studies were in Gothenburg and at the Royal Academy of Music in Stockholm where she graduated from 2007. Åkerblom writes music for choir. She performs in many different countries as well as in Sweden. In Sweden she was, for example, involved in the performance I am, with one of Sweden's most well known actors, Sven Wolter and Ensemble Mare Baltikum. She has also performed in Swedish Radio, Swedish Television and in different churches. She has taken part in events, like the opening ceremony of the new culture center in Jönköpings as well as the Concert Hall Spira, also in Jönköping, together with different popular Swedish artists. During 2012 she has composed music to the children performance, Det blyga hjärtat (The shy heart). During the winter 2013 she toured in the region together with the Jönköpings Symfonietta. Åkerblom writes music in many different genres.
Selected works: Dancing, Sångernas sång/Shir hashirim.
Selected recordings: Butter and Bread 2010, Manora Records; Benjamin Britten, Simon Phipps Vokalensemble, 2003, Footprint Records.
Publications direction: Available at Gehrmans musik förlag and Svensk Musik/Swedmic AB.
Awards, selection: 2001 Swedish church in Jönköping music grant; 2003, Katz Culture foundation grant; 2004 Adlerbertska foundation grant, 2007 Royal Academy of Music grant; 2008 The city of Jönköping’s culture grant; 2012 Jönköping gala’s Culture and stage award.

Nineta Avramović Lončar

(Belgrade, 4 th February, 1967) composer and pedagogue, studied with Rudolf Bruči in the department for composition and conducting at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, graduating in 1990. From the mid eighties she was a member of different music ensembles including the New Art Forum of which she was also artistic director. With this ensemble she participated in festivals in Serbia and abroad and in 1998 won a scholarship to the Alstadt Herbst Music Festival in Düsseldorf. She is the author of chamber and theatrical music and has undertaken many projects with painters, conceptual artists and musicians. She teaches counterpoint at the Isidor Bajić Music School in Novi Sad. Her list of works includes: Pesme, for baritone and piano (1986), Kosmogonia, for oboe and piano (1986), String quartet (1988), Metamorphoses, for large orchestra (1990), Povod, for two flutes (1990), Upsara Dances (1995), Pieces for violin and piano (1996), 1000 Miles (1998), Pesme bez reči, for flute and accordion (2001).