Ingrid Wild

(born in 1962, Schramberg, Germany, resident in Königsfeld Weiler, Germany), composer. Wild has attended courses in theater, performance art, clowning, bodywork and dance. She trained at THE Latin Percussions School in Munich and later founded the women’s percussion with Raizes do Brazil (Dudu Tucci). Wild has founded the samba formations sodosamba, mehrdruck, succo di samba, mais uma and mais uma muhler. She has also attended the Pentaton Percussion School, as well as taken study trips to Cuba and Brazil. She attempts to integrate “exotic”Brazilian /Cuban characteristics into the Tirolean using crossover techniques with Tirolean dialect–texts, as well as into other musical styles (such as jazz and blues ). In doing so, she also attempts to create her own identity (feminist and Tirolean) see above all the project alte bekannte, her short film (“Herlinde Unterweger”), songs (with percussion, voice, accordion and guitar ) and to find her own expressivity. Wild continued her jazz voice training with Luzia Müller (Tirol), Romy Camerun and Ines Reiger. She does performance art with the women’s group coop-fem-art, which is especially often based on works of literature.
Ensemble: mais uma –samba& mehr, alte bekannte,
Selected Works: mais uma –samba & mehr (CD, Mu 001-02, 2002), CD for the book: Barbara Hundegger, kein schluss bleibt auf der andern – nutte none lesbe- drei mal raten zählen bis drei (Barbara  Hundegger, not shot remains unturned – whore nur lesbian- three guesses, count to threel, skarabäus – verlag ; core (2004), Karamellen töten nicht, mais uma- samba & mehr (CD, MU 002-08, 2008)

Jane Winther

(born in 1964, in Aalborg, Denmark, resident in Alborg), composer. Since 1997 she has released eleven CD´s through her own recording company Unisound. Through extensive travels in Asia, she has found the inspiration and strength that has shaped her music from the very beginning. With Now Jane Winther has created a whole new type of music: meditative folk.
Selected discography: Power Mantras, 2012; Compassion, 2009; A new beginning, 2012; The sun is here for You, 2007; Soulbells and Voices, 1997; Now, 2011; Bardo, 1998; Visions and Voices, 2000; Prayer, 2005.

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Jenny Willén

(born in Gothenburg, resident Gothenburg/Sweden), is a singer and composer in the pop, jazz and blues field and she also writes her own lyrics. She played with her own band, Willén Kvartet from 1994-2005. During those years the quartet made two CDs, Påtår, (Another cup of coffee), 2001 and Nu börjar det roliga (Now the fun begins) 2004, both at Zebra Art Records. Her compositions also include works for choirs as well as music for smaller ensembles and she has worked with Gothenburg Chamber soloists a. o. Willén has collaborated with the string quartet Dendrokvartetten in the pop project My heart beats slow. She has studied music at a university level.
Selected works: Gunvors betraktelser, for choir SA; Hon vaggar lätt det vackra barn, for SAB, pf; Schh!, four song for Coro-bi; Ännu vilar barn i magen, for Coro SA; Hjadningarima, for SSAA;
Publications direction: Gehrmans Musikförlag.
Awards, selection: The city of Gothenburg grant; Västra Götalandsregionens kulturstipendium (West Sweden's culture grant); Härryda commune Culture grant.