Dorothea Hofmann

Dorothea Hofmann (1961, Bamberg, Germany), studied choir conducting, piano, philosophy and musicology. She lives in Munich and teaches there at the University of Music and Performing Arts. As an artist she was first internationally known as pianist, as a winner at the 1993 International Gaudeamus Competition. Now the major part of her artistic work is dedicated to composition. Her work includes large scale orchestra pieces as well as chamber music of various instruments, choral music, Lieder and solo works. She wrote for notable institutions and ensembles such as the Münchner Rundfunkorchester, her works were played at festivals in Germany, Austria, Slowenia, Serbia, Mexico, Ecuador and Japan.

Edina Hadžiselimović

(born in 1971, in Bosnia Herzegovina). Danish musician, composer, concert reviewer and teacher. She is originally from Bosnia-Herzegovina, but she has been a permanent resident in Denmark since 1992. She got her musical degree at the Royal Danish Academy of Music. She has composed works for many different instrumentations, amongst others vocal and instrumental solo works, string quartet, sinfonietta, choir, small chamber music ensembles, music theatre, symphony orchestra and chamber opera. Her works have been performed in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Finland, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Austria by prominent ensembles such as Copehagen Phil, Ars Nova, Ensemble 2000 and Usinta Chamber Ensemble. Hadžiselimović has received several grants and prizes for her works.
Selected Works: Waiting in Nowhere 2009; String Quartet 1995/96, for string quartet; Didònai 1997, for solo violin; Accordare 1998, for violin, violoncello and accordion; Market Day 1998, for mixed chorus; Festina Lente 1999, for string quintet (expandable to string orchestra); In, 2000, for mixed chorus, text: Poul Borum; Festina Lente 2000, for sinfonietta; Jama Pause Music 1 2000 for violoncello and piano; Amma Pause Music 2, 2000 for violoncello and piano.

Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Elena Hidalgo Sánchez

(born in Palencia, Spain, on 1976, resident in Valladolid). Musicologist and teacher. She studied Music Education, with a Bachelors Degree in History and Science of Music and Master in Hispanic Music at the University of Valladolid, Piano professional degree at the Music Conservatory of Valladolid, Audio Engineering degree in Microfusa Barcelona and a PhD in Musicologist at the University of Valladolid. In 2005 she opened her own company of engineering, computer and music. She teaches at the School of Education at Palencia in the department of Didactics of Musical, Plastic and Corporal.
Selected works: Naturlogic Cycle, 2012; Last night, 2011; Perfect ghost, 2011; Chakrás, 2011; Magic birds, 2011; Sonic Multiverse, 2010; Mantis, 2008

Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.