Lin-Ni Liao

(born in Taipei,Taiwan, 1977, resident in France) composer, musicologist, permanent researcher at the Paris-Sorbonne (MINT-OMF) University. Trained as a pianist, she received her prize for composition at National Taiwan Normal University in 2000. She received several composition prizes in Taiwan, France and Italy in the International Competition Valentino Bucchi, ISCM (8th Forum of Young Artists Music Radio-France). She was awarded the Diploma in composition at the Ecole Normale de Musique in Paris where she was a pupil of Yoshihisa Taira She also studied composition with Allain Gaussin and Philippe Leroux. Her music is in search of a philosophical and musical fusion between time, space, spatialization and timbre between the physical and musical gestures, between the visual and the auditory. Her music is performed in Taiwan, among others at the National Concert Hall in Taipei, and in France (Cité de la Musique, Centre Pompidou, Musée du Quai Branly etc.), also in various festivals like the IRCAM ManiFeste, Extension Paris, Why Note Dijon, by the Asian Composers League (ACL), the International Music Council of UNESCO, the ensembles : Cairn, Multilateral, Proxima Centaur , L’instant donné and Arsenale, the Osmose saxophone quartet, the Tapei Contemporary Chamber Orchestra, etc. She has a PhD in musicology, author of the book Thinking musical Edith Lejet and the thesis Cultural Legacies and modern thought - Taiwanese contemporary composers trained. She is founder of the concert series MAS (Music scene today) and TPMC (All For Contemporary Music) in Paris and has been TPMC artistic director since 2012.
Selected works: Poussière dans le vent, 2013, fl, vln, vcl, pf, first performance, festival Rieti, Italy, july 13, 2013 ; De Animatae, 2013, Alto-Soprano Recorder, piano/toy piano, first performance « Forum Neue Musik », Hamburg, Germany, may 25, 2013 ; Le train de la vie IV - TT , 2012, electroacoustic, firt performance Pompidou Center, june 30, 2013 ; Le train de la vie III - WE , 2012, Erhu, elctroacoustic, first performance Taipei, Taiwan, march 24, 2013 ; Maui tikitiki a Taranga, 2011, pre-recording, perc, Keyb/Puppet Theater, Théâtre du Petit Miroir (Issy-Les-Moulineaux, France) ; TTy (a,b,c,d,e), 2011, Grand Tam Tam, Tsuey-Ying Tai - (a,b,c,d) MAS Concert, Théâtre du Petit Miroir June 7, 2011 ; Le train de la vie II – Doris, 2010, guitar,  electroacoustic, Blanc Mesnil conservatory (Ile de France, France) ; Le train de la vie I - LR , 2010, electroacoustic, diffusion by France Musique « Electromania », December 2010 ; p. 53  (I,II,III,IV,V), 2008,  guitar,  Blanc Mesnil conservatory (Blanc Mesnil, France),  June 2008, éd Questions de Tempérament, Bordeaux, France), Catalogue n° 448, CD - « Pages acoustiques » (Christelle Séry) ; Imamusi, 2008, vla. chit, B.sax, pf, Blanc Mesnil conservatory (Blanc Mesnil, France), june 2008

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Lupa pseud. di Antima Abbamonte

( Milano 26 Aprile 1967), cantante, autrice di testi, arrangiatrice. Trasferitasi in Inghilterra a fine anni Ottanta, frequenta la “Birmingham School of Speech and Drama” e la “London Academy of Music & Dramatics Arts”. Si esibisce in tutta Europa collaborando con diversi musicisti quali: Tom Hill, Roger Inniss, Mike Green, Ryan Trebilcock, Dave Storer, Trevor Lines, Peter Reed, Cornelius Wynter, Chriss Map, Charlie West, William French, Andy Hamilton. Ha inciso diversi cd, fra cui spiccano l’album d’esordio“House of Blue” e “Lupa live at Symphony Hall” ,del 2006.

Maja Lučić Jovanović

(Obrenovac, 24 th February, 1980), finished music theory and piano courses with Mirjana Đorđević in the Slavensk Music High School and studied composition at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade with Zoran Erić with whom she graduated in 2006. She later followed seminars and specialist courses at the Young composers meeting in Apeldoorn in 2004 with Louis Andriessen, Martin Padding, Richard Ayres and Rodney Sherman, the Composers’ Workshop in 2003 in Bayreuth with James Clarke, and the New Music Course in The Hague in 2004. She followed courses in sound design and recording with Đorđe Petrović in Belgrade. For the past few years she has been teaching and since 2007 is the conductor of the children’s choir Vavedenje Presvete Bogorodice in Obrenovac. She writes music for children, and has led her to the rationalization of her musical language and the use of simpler forms and harmonies. Her works include: Nello spazio senza il tempo, per orchestra a tre (2006), Promenada životinja, for nine instruments (2004), If I should die, for high male voice and fourteen instruments to a poem by Benjamin Franklin and commissioned by Dutch ensemble De Ereprijs (2004), Instead of intermezzo, for cello (2003), Sonata, for two pianos (2002), Piano pieces, for children (2007), Miholjsko leto, for female chorus and flute (2002), Trio, for viola, cello and piano (2001).