European Female

Wind Band Composers

HaFaBra Conducting Master Research 2016-2018

Renata Oliveira

 

COMPOSERS CATALOGUE

Clotilde Rosa

Aarne, Els

Aeschlimann-Roth, Esther

Arrieu, Claude

Backman, Catharina

Bång, Malin

Bingham, Judith

Boulanger, Lili

Charlotte, Princess of SM

Colaco Osorio-Swaab, Reine

Einchenwald, Sylvia

Berta Alves de Sousa

Ahvenniemi, Rebecka Sofia

Amalia, Anna

Princess of Prussia

Augusta, Katharina

 Queen of Prussia

Bailey, Judith Margaret

Baramishvili, Olga Ivanovna

Binns, Jacqueline

Castelli, Adele

Chkheidze, Dali (Tinatin)

Davies,Tansy

Ericksson, Anna

Maria de Lurdes Martins

Albrecht, Wilhelmina

 Princess of Prussia

Andree, Elfrida

Bach, Emilie Maria von

Bakke, Ruth

Bartosch Edström, Carin

Byström, Britta

Fredericke, Princess of SaxeM.

Cleve, Cissi

Dring, Madeleine

Falb, Viola

Favaro, Claudia

Flyg, Maria Lithell

Franke, Cecilia

Glatz, Helen Sinclair

Grøndahl, Sissel M.

Gubaidulina, Sofia

Hedstrøm, Åse

Hoppe, Micaela

Jaakkola, Inkeri

Klechniowska, Anna M.

Lachartre, Nicole Marie

Leleu, Jeanne

Loudova, Ivana

Malmborg Ward, Paula af

Monnakgotla, Tebogo

Nikolskaya, Olga V.

Palmér, Catharina

Perkin, Helen

Pierce, Eseld

Ptaszynska, Marta

Feininger, Leonore H.

Fontyn, Jacqueline

Fröwis, Raphaela

Gotkovsky, Ida R. Esther

Grzadzieldowna, E.

Harrison, Pamela

Hemon, Sedje

Hortense, Queen Holland

Kerer, Manuela

Klinkova, Zhivka

Landowska, Wanda

Lesichkova, Lili

Lund, Gudrun

Marez-Oyens, Tera de

Mkrtychieva, Virginia N.

Osetrova-Y., Nina A.

Paulsen, Anniken

Petterson, Ida Agnes

Ponte, Ângela da

Ratkje, Maja Solveig K.

Ferrand-Teulet, Denise

Forsman, Kristina

Gipps, Ruth

Grenager, Lene

Gstättner, Maria

Hedås, Kim

Hinlopen, Francina

Howard, Emily

Kern, Frida

Kornilova, Tatiana D.

Laurin, Anna-Lena

Lotta Wennäkoski

Lutyens, Elisabeth

Miagi, Ester Kustovna

Musgrave, Thea

Osojnik, Maja

Pengilly, Sylvia

Piene, Charlotte

Pritchard, Alwynne

Ramm, Valentina I.

Quotes

This catalogue is an impressive contribution towards understanding women's remarkable achievements in the sphere of wind band composition. Renata’s exhaustive research into this woefully under-examined field of inquiry highlights both historical and up-and-coming figures in the development of the genre—a hugely important resource for conductors, composers, scholars and performers alike. 

Dr.ANNA SCOTT, Research Co-Advisor

ANDRÉ GRANJO,

Research Co-Advisor

ALEX SCHILLINGS,

Conductor and Teacher

 
 

Renata Oliveira

Renata Oliveira is a Portuguese conductor born in 1990. She has a master degree in Orchestra Conducting by Aveiro University (Portugal) and is in the 2nd year of her master degree in HaFaBra Conducting by the Royal Conservatory of Music of The Hague (The Netherlands).

Raised since 1997 in the Portuguese Community Wind Band scene as a clarinet player, Renata is now interested in researching, divulge and developing it, both as a conductor and as a researcher.

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