Angela Knebel

Angela Knebel (1978, Manchester, UK) was a self-taught piano player since age 10. Her solo piano composition, Through a Glass Darkly, was among five finalists at the Athelas Sinfonietta New Music Festival competition in 2010. She wrote various other pieces including for SATB choir, flute quartet and solo classical guitar and piano solo.

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Evangelia Kikou

Evangelia Kikou (17/12/1965, Thessaloniki, Greece) holds the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Music (The University of Iowa, USA, 2003), as well as bachelors in Musicology (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, 1995) and in Chemistry (University of Ioannina, 1987). Her music includes works for piano, violin, flute, voice, chamber ensembles, choir, and orchestra. Most of it has been performed in concerts, recitals, and festivals in Greece (Thessaloniki State Symphony Orchestra, Camerata, Greek Contemporary Music Ensemble, Alea III, Athens’ Saxophone Quartet, Dissonart Ensemble, etc), the United States, and Russia. Her work Antikatoptrismos has been among the finalists in ALEA III – 13th International Composition Competition for Young Composers, 1995, Boston, USA. Her activity includes also treatises and lectures on many subjects on musical composition in various eras.

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Dzintra Kurme Gedroica

(b. 1968., Riga., Latvia) have studied the Theory of Music at Jāzep`s Mediņ Music school and composition in Latvian Academy of Music with prof.Ādolfs Skulte. Since 2003 she is the member of Latvian Composer`sUnion. Her repertoire is rather wide chamber music, shoire music, pieces for orchestra. Her music was performed in Latvia, Sweden, Poland, France, USA, Japan.