Ulrika Emanuelsson

(born 1965, Lund, Sweden) is a Swedish composer, singer and conductor educated at the Music Academy in Malmö. She is also an educated rhythmic-teacher and undertook studies in voice in Hungary and the US. She graduated in composition 2007. Emanuelsson is a distinctive vocal composer and has composed several compositions for choir. Her first Opera, Extazy, was premiered summer 2002. Among her bigger compositions, her choir symphony Stabat Mater dolorosa Quando corpus morietur (2005) can be mentioned as well as Mosquito for Symphony orchestra. Emanuelsson has been awarded internationally for her compositions, for example in a competition set up by Universal Sacred Music Organisation in New York - and as a part of this competition, her piece Människa (Man) was performed in April 2010 in Merkin Concert Hall by New York Virtuoso Singers. Since 2003, Emanuelsson has led Carolinae Damkör (Carolinae female choir). She has also been active as a musical director in the academic life in Lund for example in Bollspexarna. She was selected as member of the Society of Swedish Composers 2008.
Selected works: Ttan allits, 2004, for 2 female Coro, glock; Rösten ur mörkret sjunger, 2000, for SSAATTBB, Coro, lyrics Göran Sonnevi; Väktarsång från Lund, 2011, for 2 female Coro, SSA and solo group, lyrics trad; Telle ou telle: Dear differences, 2010, for 2 vl, female Coro, lyrics Ulrika Emanuelsson; Maparilj, 2005, for mixed Coro, lyrics Leif Nyhlén; Crux fidelis, 2010, for SSATBrB; Gryning, 2013, for SSAATTBB, lyrics Anna Rydstedt; Agnus Dei, 2010 for SSAATTBrB; Spyflugan Alice - mitt i musiken!, 2013, for V-recit, childrens Coro, orch.
Publications direction: Available at Svensk Musik/Swedmic AB and Gehrmans Musikförlag.
Awards, selection: First prize at Cambridge Madrigal Singers, Boston 2002; STIM award  2007.

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