Agnes Heginger’s

(born in 1973, in Klagenfurt, resident in Vienna). Singer, is central musical motto is versatility. Heginger studied classical solo voice (Konservatorium Wien University) and jazz vocals (University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, degree: Mag.A art). She works in the field of early music, contemporary music, pop freely improvised music, chanson, German popular songs of the 1920s and 30s, and jazz. She teaches at the jazz departments of Anton Bruckner university in Linz, at the Swiss Jazz School in Bern, at the Berlin University of the Arts.
Works Songs And Other Noises (CD, 2002), tanzen! with double bassist Georg Breinschmid (cd, 2005), platzDADA! with the  Pago Libre Sextet (CD, 2008)
Ensembles Mikado, Janus Ensemble.
Performances collaboration with the Janus Ensemble, Vienna Art orchestra, David Friedman et al. Awards: Anerkennungspreis (Recognition Award)for Music of the province of Lower Austria (2006).


Aisha Inger Holm

(born in Snekkersten by Helsingør, Denmark, resident in Copenhagen), composer. She has studied at Royal Music Conservatory of Copenhagen, examen in 1982 (Music teacher, flute, composition). Voice training, Ray Heart Theatre. She was composer (also acting) in theatre by Brigitte Kolerus at the Theatre of the Black Horse, Copenhagen, 1985. She has participated at Musical tour with Algerian (Berber) singer Nora At Brahim (she played flute, violin and was singing) in Algeria in 1991. She has participated at Piano concert, Cité des Arts, Paris in 1991 with her music, concerts to Jakarta Art Festival (Indonesia) in 2001 and 2002 with her music, Piano concert in Honolulu, Hawaii in 2008
Selected works: Music to The women and Peace (Theatre by Brigitte Kolerus, Copenhagen, 1985); Les Enfants de la Flute (piano music, first played in Paris, Cité des Arts, in 1991); Music to theatre (Clombus) done by Kulturbussen Dagmar, Copenhagen 1995; 10 Paris compositions, Paris 1991; 10 songs, Berber inspiration, played together with Madjd Allaoua Copenhagen 1987; Music from the Heart, compositions about love, Copenhagen, 2012; Music to Indonesian Band, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2003; Music to videos about the life of Indonesian Spiritual teacher, Bapak Sumohadjovidjojo, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2001; Childrens´songs 1999-2009 (to use for the children of the world, also streetchildren).
Selected recordings: CD: Amor, 16 compositions, Copenhagen 2007)

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Ann-Marie Henning

(born 1952, resident Nacka, Sweden) is a Swedish jazz pianist and composer. As a pianist she has played everything from blues, folk to jazz. She is dedicated to melodic improvisation and linear compositions, but she also writes for divergent groupings of musicians.
Selected works: Morgondop; April Light for big band; The Trees are listenin; Wlaz for Evert. .
Selected recordings: 1997, Tidal Dreams, All Music Records.
Publications direction: Available at KMH-Förlaget