Renée Stieger

(born in 1969, in Innsbruck, Austria),composer. Stieger, also known as SiRenée, Experimentelle (1996), University of Art and Design in Linz, and in 2001-02 she was part of the Barcelona production team. She participated in the Ars Electronica Festival (‘01 takeover, ’02 unplugged) and advised the Digital Musics jury of the Prix Ars Electronica between 2001 and 2004. In 2003 she also assisted artists at o.k Linz. In 2004 she received her diploma from the University af Art and Design in linz. In 2005 she worked in Tirana, Albania. In 2007 she was part of the production team at the Galerie im Taxispalais, Innsbruck. “ My work consists of the elements performance, video, installation and vocal improvisation. The contents of my work are everyday situations and unspectatular thoughts. Materials and techniques are selected according to the content at hand. What is important  is the aesthetic. It’s what carries a work, alongside the plot, and it’s never simply packaging. The uniting of all these factors is an “erotic”process that gets under one’s skin.
Selected Work: Distance, SiRenée, Unsung  Records (1999), Das Fleisch feat.Sirenée, Art_ Music_ Performance project with Robert Wacha, with appearances at Phonotaktik, Rhiz and elsewhere (2000-2004), Vocalist with Tuner (Pat Mastelotto, markus Reuter), Unsung Records (2007).
Appearances: Melancholie BerlinWien with Markus Reuter, Victoriahölfe (Berlin, 2005), Cygnus with Markus Reuter, Maknite, Mak (Vienna, 2006), Golden Mask Theater Festival with Pat Mastelotto, Markus Reuter, St.Petersburg (Moscow, 2006)
Awards: Art Award of Raiffeisen Landesbank Tirol, 1st Förderpreis (Advancement Award) 2006

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Roberta Silvestrini

(Milano, 3 Gennaio 1964) Intraprende gli studi musicali di Pianoforte e di Composizione sotto la guida di Aurelio Samorì, di Direzione d’orchestra, Direzione di Coro, e Didattica della Musica conseguendo i diplomi presso il Conservatorio Gioacchino Rossini di Pesaro ed il Conservatorio Giambattista Martini di Bologna. La sua formazione compositiva prosegue all’Accademia Chigiana di Siena con Franco Donatoni e Luciano Berio; dal 1991 frequenta i corsi di Musica da Film tenuti da Ennio Morricone e presso l’Accademia Santa Cecilia di Roma il corso di composizione con Franco Donatoni. Collabora con solisti, associazioni teatrali e complessi internazionali. Suoi lavori sono trasmessi dalla RAI e pubblicati da Rugginenti, BMG Ricordi e Rai Trade. All’attività compositiva affianca anche quella di Direttore di Coro, e dal 1987 dirige il Coro S. Giovanni Battista di Senigallia. E’ Direttore Artistico dell’associazione ―Musica Antica e Contemporanea‖ con la quale organizza la rassegna di musica contemporanea ―Musica Nuova Festival. E’ docente presso il Conservatorio di Musica Statale Gian Battista Pergolesi di Fermo. Fa parte dell’associazione per le compositrici, ―Musiciste delle Marche. Tra le sue composizioni: Animé, per viola (1993); L’Acquata, per quartetto d’archi e voce recitante ad libitum (1998); Morceau jazz, per orchestra; Ali eterne, per voce recitante (ad libitum) e pianoforte (2006); Il principe della differenziata, opera giocosa (2007).

Rossella Spinosa

She graduated in piano, harpsichord, composition; she specialized in composition with Azio Corghi, Giacomo Manzoni and the Oscar Prize winner Luis Bacalov, obtaining the Merit Certificate and the Emma Scholarship at the Chigiana Academy of Siena for movie music. She composes chamber works for orchestra, opera and theater commissioned and performed by  the Chamber Orchestra of Lugano, the Chamber Orchestra of Florence, the Orchestra "I Pomeriggi Musicali" of Milan , the Kyev Camerata Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra "I Solisti Lombardi", and many ensemble (Fiesole Laborintus Ensemble, Ensemble Risognanze, Dedalo Ensemble, New Made Ensemble). Her experience with the soundtrack of silent movies is very wide and she works continuously for Cineteca Italiana in Milan. Her works are recorded for AMADEUS Review, Archive XXI Century of Contemporary Music Center in Milan and Italian Film Library.

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