Anita Camarella

(born 14th October 1974 in Varese, Italy), singer, author of texts and composer. She graduated in violin in 1993 from the "Civico Liceo Musicale" in Varese (Italy) with R. Girelli and G. Rimonda, then she studied modern singing with Roberta Gambarini, Laura Fedele, Patrizia Conte, Daniela Rando and Jenna Ricci. She also partecipated in seminars "Musica Antica" with Marco Ferrari, "Fisiologia, Pedagogia ed Estetica della Voce", "Voice Craft – Voice Training Systems", with Jo Estill and James Heiner. Her repertoire ranges from Renaissance sacred polyphony to jazz and she has worked with the "Coro polifonico Santa Maria del Monte"and the "Florilegio Ensemble". From 2000 she performed in Duo with the guitarist Davide Facchini, with whom she participated in the "Guitars for Life" festival in New York and performed in a tournée in Tunisia in 2003.
Recordings: In 2007 she participated in the "Women Way", American compilation dedicated to female voices.

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Anna Cazurra Basté

(born in Barcelona, Spain, 1965) composer, lecturer, musicologist. She studied Piano and Violin at the Conservatory of Music of Barcelona and subsequently Composition and Instrumentation with Josep Soler, obtaining the titles of Composition and Instrumentation and Pedagogy. In 1992 she obtained her Phd in art history, specializing in music with a thesis directed by Francesc Bonastre. In 2001 she was employed by the University of Barcelona. As a composer, her output includes pieces for piano, chamber music, vocal, symphonic and scenic music and as musicologist and teacher she has been especially interested in the historical reconstruction of Iberian music and musical repertoire of Spanish composers.
Select works: Alborada, Op. 17, 2004, pf, string orchestra; Atlàntida, Op. 16, 2004, pf, 2 vl, vla, vlc, cb; Baklava, Op. 21, 2006, tr, cor, trb; Cántic, Op. 11, 2003, cl, vl, vlc; Disegnando I Quattro temperamenti ed alcuni caratteri e sentimenti humani, 2001, fl, cl, clb, chi, batt, vlc, cb; Escenas porteñas, Op. 9 (1. Con fervor – 2. Molto deciso), 2003, sax s; Évora: [cuarteto de saxos], 2006, sax s, sax a, sax br; sax t; Évora, primera suite, Op. 2 (1. Romança àrab – 2. Nocturn – 3. Llegendes mil. lenàries), 2000- 2002, string orchestra; Évora, segona suite, Op. 3 (1. Moros I cristians – 2. Els balls – 3. Enyorança – 4. La muralla àrab), 2002, string orchestra; El éxtasis de keira, Op. 23: para piano, 2007
Awards: In June 2001 she was awarded the distinction of the Generalitat de Catalunya in recognition of her career. She has won awards like the "Frederic Mompou" by Musical Youth, 1995 and 1998 or the Premi Fundació Caixa de Sabadell.

Anna Cederberg Orreteg

(born Stockholm 1958, resident Bromma) is a Swedish composer pianist, vocalist and choir conductor. As a composer she has a large production, mainly vocal music for children and youths. Between the years 1988-1999 she was a member of the Swedish vocal group À la carte. Orreteg was elected member to Society of Swedish Composers in 2006.
Selected works: Mässa i staden, 2009, for SATB, org, vibr, perc, lyrics, Christina Lövestam.; Intåg i Högsommarland eller Polska på gång, 2002, for Coro; Från Djursholm till Danvikstull, 1991, for mixed Coro; Höstbitar, 1991, for mixed Coro, pf; Och frid på jorden, 2003, for Coro-bi, harp; Du, 2001, for Coro-s, cb, lyrics Anna Högberg; Musik, 1999, for Coro-bi, mixed Coro, lyrics Maria Cederberg-Rydén; Se juni sträcker ut sin hand , 2002, for mixed Coro, lyrics Bo Setterlind; Sakta nalkas gryning, 2011, for Coro- SSA, lyrics Elisabeth Asker; Advent, 2002, for V, pf, lyrics Anna Cederberg-Orreteg; En ängel berättar: julspel för barn och ungdomar, 2000, for V-recit, Coro-bi, pf/ensemble, text Maria Cedeberg-Rydén.
Publications direction: Gehrmans Musikförlag