Aleksandra Stepanović

(born in Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia, 1975), composer. She completed formal studies of Music Composition at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad, and postgraduate studies at the Music Academy in Cetinje, University of Montenegro, with a composition The Vibration of Eternity. In her creative work up to now Aleksandra has mainly turned towards great vocal-instrumental and orchestral forms, various ensembles in the field of chamber music as well as in the field of solo song. Her compositions have been performed at many concert and festivals in Serbia, and she has also presented her work via several multi-media projects (The Days of Dositej Obradović, The Days of Antić etc.) She has currently been employed by the Academy of Arts, The University of Novi Sad, as an Assistant professor of the subjects of Harmony and Counterpoint.
Selected works:  Eyes of the mind, a cantata;  Idyll for the string orchestra;  The tree of life, for string quartet; How to find a lost country, a suit for piano; A tree in the field, Black bird, The return of Jesus Christ, Lullaby, Gloomy singer, solo songs composed on the verses of a poet Pero Zubac 

 

Alicia Santos

Was born in Madrid in 1958, and studied music at the Royal Music Conservatory in Madrid, where she earned advanced degrees in pianoforte and composition. Since 1986, dedicated to education, she is currently composition professor at the "Joaquín Turina" Professional Music Conservatory in Madrid and member of the Carlos III University Choir in Madrid. After several years has taken up the composition and is particularly interested in vocal music, choral and solo, as well as small agrupations and solo instruments.She is the author and translator of the book: Analysis, Composition and Musical Forms. She defended her research "The harmonic ear training with the training of music" and now she is preparing her doctoral thesis on the auditory training methodology.

Alicia Santos Santos

(born on 7th October 1958 in Madrid, Spain). Composer, pianist, harpsichordist and teacher. She studied music at the Royal Music Conservatory in Madrid, where she earned advanced degrees in pianoforte and composition. Since 1986, dedicated to education. She is currently composition professor at the "Joaquín Turina" Professional Music Conservatory in Madrid and member of the Carlos III University Choir in Madrid. After several years, she took up composition and is particularly interested in vocal music, choral and solo, as well as small agrupations and solo instruments. She is the author and translator of the book: Analysis, Composition and Musical Forms. She defended her research "The harmonic ear training with the training of music" and she is now preparing her doctoral thesis on the auditory training methodology.
Selected Works: Onix (1. Allegro- 2. Molto moderato- 3. Allegro moderato), fl, ob, cl, fg; Paso a dos, fis, chi; Preludio nº 1, chi; Sonata (1. Con mosso- 2. Molto moderato- 3. Allegro), pf