Adam Porebski

Composer, violinist, teacher. A graduate of the Academy of Music Karol Lipiński in Wrocław in the composition class of Krystian Kiełb and in the violin class of Jarosław Pietrzak and Małgorzata Kogut-Ślanda. He completed his education, e.g. at composition courses in Rēzekne (Latvia), Apeldoorn (Netherlands), Radziejowice and Kraków (Poland). In 2016, he received a PhD Read More

Richard Greer

Richard Greer is a composer and Artistic Director living and working in Scotland. His work explores very human themes and he has a particular interest in how we make sense of our experiences and how we construct our picture of the world and the role of technology in modern life. He has worked with some Read More

Iain Anderson

Ian Anderson plays in many different ensembles, including Scottish Ballet (where he holds the position of Principal Viola), Wooden Elephant (extended string quintet which reimagines classic electronic-based popular music albums as contemporary classical concert works, where he plays viola and makes the arrangements), yllwshrk (alternative rock band ‘yellow shark’, where he plays a variety of instruments Read More

Peter Gregson

Peter Gregson (born Edinburgh, Scotland 1987) is an award winning cellist and composer "working at the forefront of the new music scene" (The New Yorker) He has premiered works by composers including Tod Machover, Daníel Bjarnason, Joby Talbot, Gabriel Prokofiev, Max Richter, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Steve Reich, Martin Suckling, Howard Goodall, John Metcalfe, Scott Walker, and Read More

Sheena Philips

Sheena Phillips (b. 1958) is a composer and choral director now based in Columbus, Ohio. Sheena grew up in London and studied mathematics at Cambridge University. She worked for 10 years doing research and information work for organizations including the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and Friends of the Earth (Scotland), but gradually developed a new Read More

Joanna Nicholson

Joanna Nicholson studied clarinet and piano at the junior department of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, and went on to complete her degree at the Royal College of Music, London, where she was awarded an Exhibition Scholarship and several prizes. Since graduating in 1992 she has pursued a lively and varied freelance career based in Read More

David Fennessy

David Fennessy (b. 1976 Maynooth) began his musical life as guitarist in a school rock band but had no formal musical training until the age of fifteen when he decided to study classical guitar. He became interested in composition whilst studying for his undergraduate degree at the Dublin College of Music. In 1998 Fennessy moved to Read More

Alisson Kruusmaa

Member of the Estonian Composers' Union since 2015 In June 2017, Alisson Kruusmaa graduated from the composition class of Helena Tulve. She holds both Bachelor and Master of Arts Diploma from the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre. In the semester of 2013/2014, she amended herself in the Conservatorio di Musica di Giuseppe Verdi di Read More

Rylan Gleave

Rylan Gleave (b.1997) is a Leith-based composer and vocalist whose musical practice involves mending the unfeigned gaps in his classical voice study with the healings of imaginative neuro-/gender-divergent kinship. Re-emerging as a composer/performer, his recent work has explored the instrumental qualities of his late-breaking trans-masc voice through queer autoethnography, and autistic-specific notation. His compositions have

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Émilie Girard-Charest

Émilie Girard-Charest is a cellist, a composer and an improviser. As a chamber musician, both as soloist and member of various ensembles, she has taken part in the premiere of more than sixty new works and has worked closely with many composers, most notably Malcolm Goldstein, Cecilia Arditto, Graciela Paraskevaídis, Enno Poppe and Jorge Diego

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