Ferrari, Carlotta


Carlotta Ferrari (three operas)

Fuchs, Lillian


Lillian Fuchs, 1901–1995, United States Violist, music educator, and composer. Born into a family of musicians, she began studying piano but continued with the violin, making her professional debut in New York in… Läs mer

Héritte-Viardot, Louise


Louise Héritte-Viardot (1841–1918), France French singer, pianist, and composer. The daughter of composer  Pauline Viardot-Garcia and Louis Viardot and the sister of composer and conductor Paul Viardot. Her singing career was ended by… Läs mer

Edholm, Lotten af


Lovisa Christina Charlotta Lotten af Edholm (1839–1930), Sweden Daughter of the cavalry captain Georg Friedrich von Heijne-Lillienberg and Juliana (Julie) Charlotta Silferstolpe. Her marriage to Edward af Edholm, personal physician to King Charles… Läs mer

Perry, Julia


Julia Amanda Perry, (1924–1979), United States Studied piano, voice, and composition at Westminster Choir College. Later studied with Luigi Dallapiccola at the Berkshire Music Center, Tanglewood. She received two Guggenheim Fellowships and… Läs mer

Smite, Gundega


Gundega Smite (b. 1977), Latvia Composer, music and piano teacher, organist. Studied at the Jāzeps Mediņš College of Music and at the Latvian Academy of Culture (stage and theater); also studied composition… Läs mer

Harrison, Pamela


Pamela Harrison (1915–1990), United Kingdom Pianist, music educator, and composer. Studied at the Royal College of Music, London. She wrote many works, chiefly chamber and vocal music, but also pieces for orchestra,… Läs mer

Kruisbrink, Annette


Annette Kruisbrink (b. 1958), the Netherlands Composer and guitarist. Studied guitar at the Zwolle Conservatory and composition for Alex Manassen. Has given recitals and masterclasses in guitar and composition across Europe and… Läs mer

Kent, Julia


Julia Kent, United States Cellist and composer. Born in Vancouver, Canada; currently resides in New York. Studied cello at Indiana University in Bloomington. Performed with various ensembles during the 1990s. Her compositional techniques include looping… Läs mer

Klockar, Anna-Karin


Anna-Karin Klockar (b. 1960), Sweden Studied cello, piano, voice, and organ; had two years of private lessons in composition before entering the Arrangement and Composition program at the Royal College of… Läs mer

Persson, Helena


Helena Persson (b. 1975), Sweden Sound artist active in Sweden and internationally. Through the years she has worked with sound in many ways, including installations, architecture, music, film, dance, etc. Her compositions… Läs mer

Ronchetti, Lucia


Lucia Ronchetti (b. 1963), Italy Studied composition at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome, the Scuola di Musica of Fiesole, and the Corsi Internazionali of Città di Castello. She also studied the… Läs mer

Lindeman, Anna Severine


Anna Severine Lindeman (1857–1938), Norway Pianist, composer, and music teacher. She received her early musical training from close relatives, took piano and voice lessons in Dresden, attended music school in Kristiania,… Läs mer

Stants, Iet


Iet Stants, Hendrika Henriëtte Cornelia Stants (1903–1968), the Netherlands She was one of Willem Pijper’s first composition students (in the early 1920s). Her most productive period was 1920–1926. Composed for orchestra… Läs mer

Polevá, Viktoria


Viktoria Polevá (Poleváya) (b. 1962), Ukraine Composer, the daughter of composer Valery Polevoy. Trained at the Kiev Conservatory. She has composed orchestral, solo instrumental, and chamber music as well as many choral works…. Läs mer

Ratusinska, Weronika


Weronika Ratusinska-Zamuszko (b. 1977), Poland Composer and educator.   Website ›        

Schleicher Krähmer, Caroline


Caroline Schleicher Krähmer (ca. 1794–1850), Switzerland Pseudonym: Karol Krähmer. A distinguished clarinettist; also a violinist and composer. She was encouraged to study both clarinet and violin by her father (a bassoonist). She married… Läs mer

Corri Dussek, Sophia


Sophia Giustina Corri Dussek (1775–1831), Great Britain Born in Edinburgh, of Italian descent. She was a singer, pianist, harpist and composer. She studied music with her father, Domenico Corri, who… Läs mer

Roesgen-Champion, Marguerite


Marguerite Roesgen-Champion (1894–1976); Switzerland Composer and harpsichordist. Studied with Ernest Bloch and Émile Jacques-Dalcroze. Lived and worked as a composer in Paris after 1926. She wrote orchestral works, harpsichord and piano pieces, chamber… Läs mer

Tschetschulin, Agnes


Agnes Tschetschulin (1859–1942), Finland Violinist, composer, and music educator, born in Helsingfors. Studied violin at Helsingfors Musikinstitut and from 1885–1889 for Joseph Joachim at the Hochschule für Musik in Berlin, where… Läs mer