Tatjana Kozlova Johannes

(born in 1977, in Narva, in Estonia), composer of Russian origin. In 1995, she decided to devote her time to music studies in Estonia, at Georg Ots Tallinn Music School. In 1999, she continued to study composition at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, first with Jaan Rääts. In her second year with Helena Tulve, also obtained a Master's degree under her guidance. Tatjana has supplemented herself in various masterclasses, including Bartòk Festival, Workshop for Young Composers, International Summer Course for New Music in Darmstadt, Germany. In 2003-2004 she studied composition with Fabio Nieder at the Conservatory G. Tartini of Trieste, Italy. She has been member of the Estonian Composers Union since 2004. In 2011 her work Disintegration Chain was voted among the best 10 works in the general category at the International Composers Rostrum in Vienna.
Selected works: for orchestra: The Shadow of the Scream. Works for solo Instruments and Orchestra: White Hollow. Works for ensemble: 8 Shades of my Shadow (2013); Eddy Current (2012); Disintegration Chain (2011); 30 Scales and Postlude (2011); Towards and Inwards (Dissolution); Quip (2011); Dimension of Quiescence, version of the piece written in 2009; Lovesong (2010); Doors 2.
Awards: In 2004 she was awarded the third place in the youth category at the International composers Rostrum in Paris for the work Made of Hot Glass. In 2006, Kozlova Johannes was awarded with the Kranichsteiner Musikpreis-the main award of the International Summer Course for New Music in Darmstadt, and in 2008 with the Heino Heller Music Prize.

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