María Olivia Gualda Martínez

(born on 9th January 1974 in Granada, Spain). Composer. She studied studied Harmony, Counterpoint and Composition in the School of children and young composers Valentin Ruiz Aznar. She also studied music Music Theory, Piano and Violin at the Conservatory of Music in Granada. She has been devoted primarily to electroacoustic music composition.
Selected works: Asifixia, Op. 13, 1988, electr; El Castillo de Crómansis, choir (4 voices- bi); Cuatro pequeñas piezas (1. Los tordos del año- 2. Pequeña jugada- 3. Tribulación), choir (4 voices- bi); Cuatro pequeñas piezas (4. Vecinea), choir (4 voices- bi); Emprendamos el vuelo, 1987, choir (4 voices- bi); Epsilon Dúo, 1985, 2 chi; Es fácil juzgar a alguien por su forma de toser, Op. 15, 1990, electr; He llamado al señor Burton, Op. 18, 1992, electr; Hombrecito que estás en la Tierra, 1987, s, t, pf, perc, tape, sin.
Awards: In 1983 she won the First Prize of child Composition "Valentin Ruiz Aznar".

María Zahara Gordillo Campos

(born on 10th September 1983 in Úbeda, Jaen, Spain). Singer and Songwriter. she studied music at the Conservatorio de Música in Ubeda and she is graduated in Magisterio Musical between Almeria and Granada. She combines her career as a composer with an acting career with films such as "Leñador y la mujer américa".
Recordings: Studio Albums: Día 913 (Day 913), 2005; La Fabulosa Historia De... (The Fabulous History Of...), 2009; La Pareja Tóxica (The Toxic Couple), 2011. Singles: Merezco (I Deserve), 2009; Con Las Ganas (With The Feels), 2010; Lucha De Gigantes (Fight of Giants) with Love of Lesbian, 2010; Pregúntale Al Polvo (Ask The Dust), 2011; Leñador y La Mujer América (Lumberjack And The American Woman), 2011; El Lugar Donde Viene a Morir El Amor (The Place Where Love Comes To Die), 2012.
Awards: Winner of the Singer Songwriters Andalusia Contest (Jaen), 1999; Winner of XI International Songwriters Contest (Burgos), 2004; Winner of the Songwriters of the Café Teatro of Pay Pay (Cádiz), 2004; Artist of the month of Onda Expansiva Radio, 2009; Guille Award for Best Chanson, 2010; Music Award for Best Author Revelation, 2010

Monique Gabus

(born in 1924, Cambrai, France), composer. Student of Jean Gallon, Tony Aubin and Olivier Messiaen at the Paris Conservatoire, she received the prize of harmony and composition. Loving simplicity and introspection, she wrote symphonic and choral works, chamber music, melodies, and various volumes of piano pieces for young people.
Selected works: La Nuit obscure, cantata for soprano, chorus and orchestra on a text by Saint-Jean de la Croix, first performed  in January 1961 by Albert Wolff, a concert marking fifty years of conducting.