Ylva Lund Bergner

(born in Lund, Sweden, 1981, resident Copenhagen, Denmark) began to study composition in 2001 at the Gotland School of Music Composition after some years of piano studies. She studied composition for four years at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm with the teachers Pär Lindgren, William Brunson, Jesper Nordin, Fredrik Hedelin, Orjan Sandred, Lars-Erik Rosell and Lars Ekström. 2005/06 she took lessons with Fabio Cifariello Ciardi at Conservatorio di Musica in Perugia, Italy. She studied both the Master education and Soloist class at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen. During 2010-11 she did an exchange at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Lyon with the teachers Robert Pascal and Michele Tadini. In April 2012, she had her exam concert in Copenhagen with the ensemble Mimitabu, singers from the Copenhagen area and several soloists under the direction of the conductor Rei Munakata and Martin Toft Nagashima. She has cooperated with many renowned ensembles like the Pëarls Before Swïne, the Swedish and Danish Radio Choir, the Sinfonietta SAMI, Aalborg Symphony Orchestra, Curious Chamber Players, Neo, Dygong, Lydenskab, Trio Saum and Contemporànea, among others, and has been played in Iceland, Sweden, Spain, Denmark, Italy, Norway, Serbia, Australia, Montenegro and USA. She was the chairwoman in the organisation UNM (Young Nordic Music), working for young Nordic composers works, for four years, 2006-2010. She was festival director for the festival "I SPEAK MUSIC" in Gothenburg 2009.
Selected works: External cabinet (2013) for harm and electronics; Merle (2013) for fag and electronics, Stjernetrae (2013) for S, chit, Achenar (2013) for rec-b, vl and objects/electronics, Bländande ljus I natten (2012) for electronics; Den glimt jag såg (2012) for cb, fl, perc, prepared pf; Eoneo (2012) for orch; Memory (2011) for objects; Pas de Signal (help) (2011) for fl, vl,vlc,prepared pf; Palabras (2011) for solo vl, live electronics
Publications direction: Available at Svensk Musik/Swedmic AB
Awards, selection: Composition award and a 3-year-scolarship from the Danish Art Council in Denmark.

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