Martina Tomner

(born in 1983, resident Malmö/Sweden), is composer, choir director and music theory pedagogue. She studied arranging and composition at Malmö College of Music from 2007 with Luca Francesconi and graduated in 2012. Tomner studied choir conducting with Dan-Olof Stenlund among others. She has composed music for many different constellations from electro acoustic music, chamber music to work for symphony orchestra. Her music has been performed by Musica Vitae, Stockholm Wind Ensemble, Värmlands Sinfonietta, and Norrköping Symphony Orchestra. She works in different chamber constellations and explores the sound of the voice and instruments. Tomner worked as a choir director of Mixtus Cantus and Malmö Motettkör. In 2008–2011 she was the union conductor for The Regionförbundet Körsång in Skåne (The union of the region in Scania), in southern Sweden. As a pedagogue she teaches music theory at Heleneholms skolans Musikgymnasium (a music high school) in Malmö.
Selected works: Tempelmusik, for str; Put out the light, 2012 for orch; ...was hast du meinem Schlaf zu sagen?, 2011, for sinfonietta; Had a great fall, 2009, for sinfonietta; smouldering... ,2008, for fiati orch; orch di fiati; Riddles, 2007, for fiati orch; Non requiescat, 2004/2005, for sinfonietta; The Brain/The Lost Thought, 2012, for S, rec, perc; Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, 2012, for S, fl, cl-b, pf, cb; Lorelei, 2003, for S, cl, harp, vl, vla, vlc, lyrics by Heinrich Heine.

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