Cordula Bösze

(born in 1964 in Bad Ischl, Austria), flutist and performer. She studied flute performance at the University of Music and performing Arts Vienna with Hans Reznicek and Wolfang Schulz. She has worked together with numerous composers on projects in the fields of freely improvised music, and with electronics, as well as concertized and performed at events including "Transmediale Berlin", "City of Women Ljubljana" and Traumlandschaften Petersburg". Cordula Bösze has participated in the association "Institute für Medienarchäologie" (Institute of media archaeology) led by Elisabeth Schiman, educated on contemporary music (Klangnetze and " A. Ußer Mozart?"- a composing workshop at the music school in Tulln) and she has been an instructor at the JEUNESSE kinderOrchesterCamp in Graz. She has worked with:""(silent. movie .music) with Annette Giesriegl (vocals and Manon-Liu (winter (piano); "boesze:fuchs:noid"with Wolfang Fuchs (turntables) and Noid (cello)
Selected Recordings: Vissage for flute and electronics, with Klaus Hollinetz (CD); Von schwarzen Autos und goldenen Zeiten QuinTonic, Drosendorf Castle and Chapel of Hofburg; ZeitTon Portrait von Nina Polaschegg; Das kleine Gespenst von Walther Soyka, Taschenoper Wien in co production with theGraz Opera.

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Daniela Bruni

(born 14th November 1962 in Rome, Italy), painter, director, pianist, composer, writer. She studied piano, composition and electronic music with Walter Branchi and Boris Porena, and gained diploma at the Santa Cecilia Conservatory in Rome. She studied video art and video installation with Marie Jo La Fontaine at the Salisburgo Academy; she studied engraving techniques at the Calcografia Nazionale in Rome, and German studies and musicology with Reinhold Schlotterer and Theodor Gollner at the University "Ludvig-Maximilians" in Munich. She also studied painting with Godwin Ekhard, pupil of Oscar Kokoschka. She works with RAI as author, director and host of cultural programs and was assistant to the artistic director of the "Orchestra Sinfonica della RAI" of Rome. She specialized in programs on women's history and creativity, partecipating in the "Progetto donna": "Barbara Giuranna: una vita, una musica, un secolo". She teaches music and visual communication at the Tor Vergata University in Rome and film music at the "Master di Cartoni Animati, Animazione e Management" at the LUMSA University in Rome. She is dedicated to the research on synesthesia: the simultaneous interaction between sensory modalities of a different nature. "L'Arte Sinestetica'" was presented in 1993 at the "Artmedia", International Congress of aesthetic research in the media. It takes place in a simultaneous performance of music and painting: listening to different rhythms and musical forms played live or released by equipment sound reproduction is painted during a continuous period of many hours.
Selected works: Lunedì a Santa Cecilia, for visual score, synthesizers and computer, 1988; Variazioni su Psicoreos, for visual score and tale, 1987; Elle m'a dit, Variazioni sulla mano di Escher, viscual score for double bass, 1990; Fantasia su RM videografia per percussioni, visual score for percussion, 1987; Watercolours, pf, 1997; Goooooooool, pf, 1990; Corrispondenze musicali, tape, 1999; Se una notte d'inverno un viaggiatore, tape, soundtrack for the video "Se una norre d'inverno un viaggiatore" by Daniela Bruni, 1989.

Danielle Baas

Belgian of Dutch origin was born in 1958. Her works have been performed in Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Italy, Bosnia, Spain, Germany, Tunisia, Brazil, China, Russia and the US. In 2001 she created the Mikrokosmos Ensemble aimed at promoting the creating of contemporary works and founded in 2005 the contemporary music Festival Emergence in Brussels. In 2010-2011, she organized concerts of women music based on the topic of ‘Frédéric Chopin and Franz Liszt’.