Bernadette Clozel

(born in Gap, Hautes-Alpes), composer. She studied piano and dance and discovered electronic music. She then followed the class of electroacoustic music and musical research of Pierre Schaeffer and Guy Reibel at the Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Paris, and composed several electroacoustic pieces. Desiring to expand her experience in instrumental composition universe, she studied at the University of Paris VIII, especially with Eveline Andreani, conducted research on instrumental music of the 20th century and composed two pieces for instruments and tape. She finally turned to instrumental composition with writing of educational pieces for choir and varied ensembles. She has since written works for organ, harp, flute, piano, cello and percussion trio and string quartet, commissioned by the Ministry of Culture, the festivals, the City of Bobigny, etc. She currently teaches at the Jean Wiener Bobigny Conservatory where she also runs a Creative Workshop.
Selected works: Volutes, for string quartet, 2013, festival Quatuor à l'Ouest commission, created by the Quatuor Equinoxe; Gestes, three pieces for flute solo, 2012, editions AEDAM Musicae; Trio bigarré, for violin, cello and piano, the association  Hors Piste, commission, Angers 2008; Trois pièces pour piano: Ballade, Capriccio  (2005), Andante  (2007), the Ecole Nationale de Musique de Bobigny commission for  Ballade and Capriccio; Méli-Cello, for cello ensemble, piano four hands and percussion, composed for students of the Ecole Nationale de Musique of  Bobigny, the City of Bobigny commission, 2002; Divertimento, for two organs for four hands, the Ministry of Culture commission, 1996; Suite pour orgue – Hommage à Frescobaldi et Grigny,
the Ministry of Culture commission, 1994;  Entre deux, for flute and harp
the International Festival of  Quiberon commission, 1993; Kaléïdosuite, suite of five short educational pieces, composed in residence for students from three schools of music in the region of Rennes, 1992.

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Edition: AEDAM musicae http://www.musicae.fr/

Camilla Cederholm

(born in 1972 in Nykarleby, Finland, resident there) singer-songwriter. She is working as a professional music teacher. She has been working for many years as a choir leader and composer, doings lots of musical arrangements for different groups. She has been awarded for her children's music. She also works professionally with music notation, as well as occasionally writing music critics for newspapers. She graduated from the Music Education Department at the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki in 1998. Her main musical genres are gospel and sacred music. The CD in Honour of You (2009) is her first full length album. She has studied for a PhD Degree in pedagogy.
Selected works: Adventspsalm; Agnus Dei; All min längtan, Alltid nära, Andetag, Arbetsdag, Are you ready to go?; Ave Maria; By your grace Only; Cover me Lord.

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Carmela Carla Consoli

(4 settembre 1974, San Giovanni La Punta, in provincia di Catania) conosciuta con il nome d'arte di Carmen Consoli. Nel 1995, chiamata dalla Cyclope Records, collabora per la realizzazione di un cd tributo a Franco Battiato (intitolato "Battiato non Battiato"), cantando "L'animale". Nello stesso anno partecipa a Sanremo giovani con la canzone "Quello che sento” e di nuovo nel 1996 con "Amore di plastica". Francesco Virlinzi, produttore e fondatore della Cyclope Records, produce il suo primo cd, uscito nel 1996. Dopo l'enorme successo Carmen si ripropone a Sanremo nel 1997 con il brano "Confusa e felice" e nel 2000 con “In bianco e nero”. Il suo quinto cd "Stato di necessità" ha goduto di un lancio più internazionale, contando anche su una versione pensata apposta per il mercato francese. I lavori successivi sono stati "L'anfiteatro e la bambina impertinente" (2001, dal vivo con orchestra), "L'eccezione" (2002), "Un sorso in più" (2003, dal vivo a MTV Supersonic), "Eva contro Eva" (2006), "L'uomo che ama" - Musiche originali del film (2008), "Elettra" (2009).