Louise Alenius Boserup

(born in 1978, in Copenhagen, resident in Copenhagen and Paris), composer. Since 2000 she 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 classical and pop musicians, and is often part of the performances herself. She has released three albums; the latest is Cours Lapin in 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).
Selected works: New music for 'Napoli', 2. Act 2009; Cours Lapin, album 2009; Sound art installation at the National Museum of Denmark; the Egg the Monk and the Warrior, Performance 2008.

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Luciana Bigazzi

(born in Torino, Italy). She graduated in Piano (Conservatory in Torino) and Harpsichord (Conservatory in Milano) and she has achieved the scientific specialization on “Le culture musicali” (“Musical Cultures”) at the Università di Tor Vergata in Roma. She has perfected the interpretation of the piano and harpsichord repertoire and chamber music with Jörg Demus and Paul Badura Skoda. She published several iournalistic articles and a course in music theory and literature. In addition to the didactic activity, she has been artistic director of CISM, Centro Internazionale di Studi Musicali, at the SERMIG. As a music producer, she has developed and coordinated concert, recording and video projects, in Italy and in the USA. She also directs the series of international scores “Christmas Songs Collection” (Bèrben).
Selected works: “Holašovice” for piano, “Sault” for piano, for Libera-BMG; “Sanctus” for voice and strings, and “Un día de lluvia” for piano, guitar and pop orchestra both written jointly with Maurizio Colonna, for Carisch-Machiavelli Music Publishing.
Disography: “Lacoste”, with ten of her original compositions, New Classic Music – 2006; “Passages” with fourteen compositions for piano, which she had written and interpreted, New Classic Music – 2008; “Magical Places”, New Classic Music - 2010

(Torino n.d.s.) Diplomatasi in Pianoforte (Conservatorio di Torino) e Clavicembalo (Conservatorio di Milano), ha conseguito la specializzazione scientifica sul tema “Le culture musicali” presso l‟Università di Tor Vergata di Roma. Con Jörg Demus, Paul Badura Skoda, si è perfezionata nell‟interpretazione del repertorio pianistico, clavicembalistico e della musica da camera. Ha pubblicato numerosi articoli giornalistici ed un Corso di Teoria e Lettura della Musica. Oltre all‟attività didattica è stata direttore artistico del C.I.S.M., Centro Internazionale di Studi Musicali, presso il SERMIG. Tra le sue registrazioni: nel Maggio 2006 è stato pubblicato il CD Lacoste, con dieci sue composizioni originali. Sempre per New Classic Music e il cd Passages con quattordici composizioni per pianoforte, da lei scritte ed interpretate. In veste di produttore artistico ha sviluppato e coordinato progetti concertistici, discografici e video, in Italia e negli U.S.A. Tra le composizioni più significative: Holašovice per pianoforte, Sault per pianoforte, per Libera-BMG, Sanctus per voce e archi, ed Un día de lluvia per pianoforte, chitarra e pop orchestra entrambi scritti a quattro mani con Maurizio Colonna), per Carisch-Machiavelli Music Publishing. Dirige inoltre la collana internazionale di spartiti Christmas Songs Collection (Bèrben).

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Malene Bay Landin

(born in Århus, Denmark, 1972, resident Stockholm,Sweden), is a Danish/Swedish composer based in Sweden. She studied at The Royal College of Music, Stockholm in 2001-2009. During her education she won the third prize in the Big Band Jazzverk competition with her piece Destroying Words. She has written music for many different constellations such as jazz, improvisers, classical, Hip Hop and for dance performances and new Circus. In 1999-2003 Bay Landin toured in Denmark with a Jazz/Hip Hop band. She focuses on writing music to ensembles with both jazz/improvisers and classical musicians and has done several projects in this style together with 3 other composers, David Lennartsson, Mattias Sköld and Johan Zakrisson. Bay Landin has written string arrangements for pop and sing-a-song writers like Ane Brun, Teitur and Rasmus Seebach. She has ran and played piano in the group Malene Orchestra. During 2013 Bay Landin arranged for The Swedish Radio Orchestra together with Ane Brun, Norrbotten Big Band together with Lina Nyberg, writing music for her own quartet among other projects and working together with the textile Artist Karin Gustavsson on an upcoming performance.
Selected works: La Nota, for mixed ensemble; Two same but Different, for vl, sax-t.
Selected recordings: Cruiser, Malene Orchestra, 2001, Ambia Records

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