Barbara Raimondi

( Albenga, 20 Agosto 1963), cantante, autrice di testi e compositrice. Studia, presso il Centro Jazz di Torino, con Francesca Oliveri. Frequenta un seminario con Rachel Gould.Nel 2000 ha pubblicato il suo primo cd come solista dal titolo"Vita da altoparlante " ed ha partecipato al festival " Rumori Mediterranei " di Roccella Ionica. Ha pubblicato il cd “Troppo rumore" con brani di sua composizione. Ha collaborato con l’ensemble vocale "Il sogno di Polifilo" e con "L’Ensemble Coro di Torino". E’docente di canto moderno presso la Scuola Civica di Torino, e la Scuola Intercomunale della Val Pellice.

Barbara Rettagliati

Barbara Rettagliati (1964, Piacenza, Italy) has completed her piano studies under Mario Patuzzi in 1985 and her composition studies under Bruno Bettinelli in 1990. During her studies she has been awarded at competitions in Stresa, Livorno, Bardolino, Milan, Albenga and Turin. She has been collaborating with the Orchestra Filarmonica Italiana. At the age of 18 she has written the music for a theatre piece by Ghelderode which had been performed at the Teatro Municipale di Picacenza and at the Teatro Rossini di Pesaro. Recordings of her work have been made by Millenio, Stradivarius, La Bottega Discantica and Rugginenti. Her compositions have been performed at various festivals and concert halls in Italy, USA, Germany, France, Rumania, Switzerland, Brasil, Spain and Corea.
Performing chamber music she has been travelling in Italy, the USA and Germany. Rettagliati is teaching composition at the Conservatorio Cherubini di Firenze.

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Billy Roisz

(born in Austria, resident in Vienna). composer.  Roisz has done intensive work with video and sound media since the end of the 1990s. The focus of her work lies in experimenting with linking auditory and visual stimuli. Her work is the about the interaction of sound and image, the interchangeability or unity of image- and sound–producing electromagnetic signals in the generating machines. The implementation of these experiments usually occurs in the form of live performances in collaboration with musicians from the areas of experimental electronic and noise, as well as new and old composed music. A further field of work is the production of single- screen works for cinema. Recently, music production has become an increasingly important part of her work.
Publications: Skylla, Silvia Fässler & Billy Roisz (CD, Demego 001, 2008), Gdansk Queen, AVVA (duo Toshimaru Nakaruma & Billy Roisz) (DVD, erstwhile 048, 2006), krom, with efzeg (Stangl/ Hauf/Siewert/dieb13/Roisz) (cd, hatology 623, 2006)
Performances: Feedback: Order from noise with Alvin Lucier/ Otomo Yoshihide/ Nic Collins/ Sarah Washington, Knut Aufermann/ Xentos Bentos/ Toshimaru Nakamura, UK Tour (2004), idiomodi with dieb13, Otomo Yoshihide, eRikm, Maria Chavez, Wien Modern (2007), AVVA with Toshimaru Nakamura, Tate Modern, London (2007).

Contact: gnu.klingt.org