Víctor Morató: Artistic director, composer
Víctor Morató started writing music for scenic projects in 2012. In 2016 he starts the Music Composition Bachelor in Barcelona where he study first with Oliver Rappoport and then with Ramon Humet. He also receives orchestration and analysis courses from Benet Casablancas and Benjamin Davies. In 2019 he receives an Erasmus scholarship to go to CNSMD in Lyon and he studies there with Martin Matalon. He has also participated in different Festivals, receiving classes from Mark Andre, Calora Bauckholt, Hèctor Parra, Elena Mendoza and Pierluigi Billone among others. He is currently studying in Kunst Universität Graz the Master in Music Composition with Beat Furrer, and the Master in Theater Music Composition with Clemens Gadenstätter. His music has been performed in different Festivals and places in Europe such as L’Auditori de Barcelona, the Institute Français (Mixtur Festival), The Picasso Museum (Barcelona), La salle Varèse (CNSMD Lyon) and the György Ligeti Saal (Mumuth, Graz).
Teresa Doblinger: Dancer, choreographer and clarinetist
The Austrian Clarinetist and dancer Teresa Doblinger is on deep research on the meeting point of music and dance after an intense contemporary dance training program of performance in Portugal. Before she studied clarinet in Bern (Switzerland) with Ernesto Molinari, in Brussels (Belgium) with the ensemble Ictus and in Graz with Klangforum Wien. She gathered experience with Théatre Musical, as well as she’s creating her own pieces and projects combining music and movement. She performed in numerous places all around Europe, amongst them the “Münchener Biennale”. Together with Frederik Neyrinck (composer, pianist) they were awarded the NASOM grant 2020/2021. She also played with numerous ensembles such as Schallfeld, Collegium Novum Zürich, Ensemble XX. Jahrhundert, etc. And worked with composers and musicians such as Beat Furrer, Mark Andre, Georges Aperghis, Jennifer Walshe, Tom Pauwels among others. She is the main organiser of the Hörstum-festival for contemporary music and performance in Ried im Innkreis (Austria).
Anna Grenzner: Cellist, performer
Anna Grenzner is a new music cellist based in Graz, Austria. She has participated in various contemporary music festivals, such as the Klangspuren Schwaz (Austria), the Impuls Festival (Graz, Austria) or the Mixtur Festival (Barcelona, Spain). She has worked with composers such as Rebecca Saunders or Brian Ferneyhough and performers from the Ensemble Modern, Klangforum Wien or the Diotima Quartet. Since 2019 she studies the Performance Practice in Contemporary Music programm with Klangforum Wien and investigates the role of body and movement in music through improvisation, having performances in Graz and Vienna.
Maria Mogas Gensana: Accordionist, performer
Maria Mogas Gensana is an accordionist specialized in the interpretation of contemporary music. She completed her Bachelor studies with Prof. Iñaki Alberdi in Musikene as well as the master degree PPCM with Prof. Krassimir Sterev and Klangforum Wien Ensemble at Kunstuniversität Graz. Since May 2019 she is member of the Ensamble Vertixe Sonora. As a soloist and member from different chamber music formations she has worked with composers like R.Saunders, K.Lang, S.Steen-Andersen, G.Neurwith, J.Walsh among others. She is member from Aer duo and Duo Ar, both of them focused on the interpretation of contemporary music.
Audrey G. Perreault: Flutist, performer
Audrey G. Perreault is a Canadian new music flute player based in Vienna, Austria. In her performances and her artistic research, she is inspired by many art forms to rethink the new music concert. After completing a Doctorate in flute performance in 2015 at Université de Montréal (Ca) with Lise Daoust, she studied at the Kunsuniversität Graz (Performance Practice in Contemporary Music) with Eva Furrer and Vera Fisher. She is a founder of the woodwind quintet Brevà (Ca) and the new music quartet between feathers (Au). G. Perreault worked with ensembles such as Nouvel ensemble moderne (Ca), Schallfeld Ensemble (Au), and Szene Instrumental (Au).