Bojana Vunturišević

(born in Požarevac, Serbia, 6th March 1985), singer, keyboard player and songwriter. She graduated from the Faculty of Music Art in Belgrade and is famous as a singer of Belgrade pop group Svi na pod. Radio Studio B announced Svi na pod as the best Serbian band in 2009, and magazine Popboks chose one of their concerts as the best pop concert in Serbia in 2010. With other members of the band (P. Rudić, I. Mihajlović, I. Mirković, N. Zulfikarpašić, J.A. Kiswani, G. Milošević) she published album Prvi (2011), for which she composed songs Ljubavi, Ušće, Bez plana, Boogie Woogie etc. Svi na pod has performed around Serbia and in other countries of Eastern Europe.

Contact: www.myspace.com/bojanavunturisevic

 

Carmen Verdú

Was born in Alcoy in 1962. She studied composition with Javier Darias in ECCA, attending specialized courses with Joan Guinjoan, Cristobal Halffter, Tomás Marco, Tristan Murail and Luis de Pablo. She composed the first piece specifically to be perceived by hard hearing people, through sensors in the Professor Guberina Verbotonal system with the Galicia Symphonic Orchestra. She has been part of composition juries participating in different festivals round tables, and giving lectures. Her musical scores have been published by EMEC (Madrid), their poetry, visual and conceptual works have been published in "Una Carta a David Tudor" by J. Darias (Ed. Musicinco, Madrid), "Homenaje a A. Cosmos" (Cultural Centre, Alcoi), and "Oh! Cage" (Ed.Arrayán,Sevilla).


http://alcoy.upv.es/ECCA/ecca/verdu/biografia.htm

Carmen Verdú Esparza

(born on 7th February 1962 in Alcoy, Spain). Composer. She studied composition with Javier Darias in ECCA, attending specialized courses with Joan Guinjoan, Cristobal Halffter, Tomás Marco, Tristan Murail and Luis de Pablo. She composed the first piece specifically to be perceived by hard of hearing people, through sensors in the Professor Guberina Verbotonal system with the Galicia Symphonic Orchestra. She has been part of composition juries participating in different festivals, round tables, and giving lectures. Her musical scores have been published by EMEC (Madrid). Their poetry, visual and conceptual works have been published in "Una Carta a David Tudor" by J. Darias (Ed. Musicinco, Madrid), "Homenaje a A. Cosmos" (Cultural Centre, Alcoi), and "Oh! Cage" (Ed.Arrayán,Sevilla).
Selected Works: Adhara, 1993, cl, ob, fg, pf; Danza del Dahina, 1999, 3 perc; Élan, 2004, cl, pf; Krameria, 1994, ob, cl (cl b), fg, vl, vlc, pf, perc; Lorna, 1996, vlc, pf; Shadja, 1998, ob, cl, fg, pf, perc; Sombra de Ailanto, 1995, 2 vl, vla, vlc; El Sueño de Neire, 2ª version (1992. Rev. 1998), fl, cl (cl b), fg, vl, vla, vlc, pf, perc; Talea, 1997, cl, ob, fg, vl, vlc, perc, pf; Veda a lasdu, 1991, ob, cl (cl b), fg, vl, vla, vlc, perc, pf.