LaDena Laine

(born in1968 in Maryland, USA, resident in Hammarland, Finland), composer. In 1998 she moved to Åland, a group of islands in Finland, and began writing gospel music for SATB choirs. In 2005 she had twins who have inspired her to write children's songs. She participated at Stockholm Gospel 2011 individual choir performances, Åland Gospel Choir Good News preformed Back to the Bossom of My lord. In 2011 the performance company, Canary Songs, was registered. She has performed several gospel works distributed through CCLI.
Selected Recordings: Album It takes time, 2000, 9 songs Gospel songs; collection of Songs for Children, 2010, 9 short fun songs for kids; Christmas is (jul är tid för snowfall), 2010, sheetmusic original language English with Swedish translation.

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Laura Llorca Ponzoda

(born in Oliva, Valencia, Spain, on 5th May 1968). Composer and flutist. She began her musical education in a band of music in her hometown. She obtained elementary titles of Guitar and Piano and Flute High Degree in the Superior Conservatory of Music "Joaquín Rodrigo" in Valencia. In 1992 she joined the Orchestra of Cordoba, where she continued her studies and obtained the Title of Professor of Composition in 2003.
Selected works: Dos danzas mediterráneas, 2000, fl, ob, cl, cor, fg; Shostak, 1999, 2 vl, vla, vlc.

Lidia López Pujol

(born in 1968 in Barcelona, Spain). Singer and songwriter. Lidia Pujol has been part of several stage projects as an actress and singer. Her first steps took place in the Taller de Musics where she studied singing with Xavier Garriga and Errol Woisky. Later, she continued her education at the Collegi del Teatre. She released a duet with fellow songwriter Sílvia Comes, with whom she recorded two albums: Sílvia Comes & Lidia Pujol (Picap, 1998) and Al entierro de una hoja van dos caracoles (Picap, 2000). Subsequently recorded two solo albums. The first, Iale, in which she puts music to poems by Jacques Prévert and Federico García Lorca, and Els amants Lilith recorded at the National Theatre of Catalonia in Barcelona.
Selected recordings: Duo with Silvia Comes: Sílvia Comes & Lídia Pujol (Picap, 1998); Al entierro de una hoja van dos caracoles (Picap, 2000). Solo Album: Iale, 2003; Els amants de Lilith, 2007

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