Milana Stojadinović-Milić

(Belgrade, 13. July 1962), graduated in 1987 from the Faculty of Music in Belgrade and is currently working as an assistent professor of harmony in the same Faculty. She is a member of the Association of Musical Artists of Serbia (Udruženje muzičkih umetnika Srbije). Her works have been performed in Serbia, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, France, Italy, and in the United Kingdom. Many have been published on CD for the project Contemporary Music of the Balkans. She has won prizes and awards in international competitions and her biography is already included in the Who’s who in Classical music (Great Britain). Her list of works includes: Mimicry and Aurora borealis, for symphony orchestra, Duo symbolico, for piano and symphony orchestra, Wind quintet, Caleidoscope, String quartet, Melody, Tears, cycle of ten vocal miniatures, A piece of intertime, for soprano, flute, and piano, Eol, for three Cellos, Neoromantico, Dream and Tango sentimental in memory of Astor Piazzola, for bandoneon-accordeon,violin, double bass and piano.

Mina Stanković

(Novi Sad, 18th January, 1977), graduated and completed her post graduate studies at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad with Milan Mihajlović. She is now working as a piano repetiteur in the Ballet School in Novi Sad. Her works include: BuĎenje, for brass quintet (2001), Nesporazum, for wood wind quartet (2000), Nad životom (1998), Skice, for flute and piano (1996), some choral compositions, Oči (1997) and Pesma rastanka (1997), Varijacije, for harp and string orchestra (1999) and Hitch Hawk, for symphony orchestra (2005).

Monika Stadler

(born and resident in Austria), composer. Stadler studied classical concert harp at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, from which she graduated with honors. She went on to study jazz and improvisation in the USA. She has been a freelancer since 1993, and pursues a busy concert career as a  soloist, duets or in trios, working exclusively on her own project in Europe, the Usa, Japan, north Africa and Israel. She gives workshops in the USA and in Europe. With her own very personal style of musical hand writing, she combines elements of jazz, classical, won and folk music to create a very touching, innovative her music which links superlative musicality to technical brilliance while probing the depths of the soul.
Publications: Coming Home, compositions for concert harp, Musikverlag Doblinger 35841, Between Earth, Sea & Skyoriginal compositions and improvisation, for solo harp (CD), My imaginary Garden, harp, harmonica, voice, violin, bass, percussion; original compositions and improvisations) (CD).
Performances: Clusone Jazz Festival (Italy 2005), Festival Culturel Europeen en Algerie (Algeria, 2006), Vienna Festival Tokyo, Fuchu no mori Theater (Japan, 2006), Jazz & Popharpfest Salt Lake City(Usa, 2007)
Awards 2nd place at the Lyon & Healy Jazz & Pop Harpfest Chicago (Usa 1993)

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