Anna-Lena Laurin

Anna-Lena Laurin, born October 31, 1962, is a Swedish composer and pianist resident in Malmö. Anna-Lena has composed on request for orchestras/soloists/conductors such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Malmö Opera Orchestra, Camerata Nordica, Norrland Opera, Helsingborg Symphony Orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica Municipal de Mar del Plata, Argentina, Sweden's Radio, Håkan Hardenberger, Göran Söllscher, Komsi, Fredrik Malmberg, Anders Bergcrantz, Richie Beirach, Andrew Manze, Anna Maria Maria, Mats Rondin, Gitta-Maria Sjöberg and Thomas Söndergaard among many, many others and her music are performed around the world at concerts as well as on radio and television.

She is composer in residence 2014-2016 at Camerata Nordica, whose artistic director is the Oslo Philharmonic Concerts Terje Tönnesen, and she was nominated by Sweden's Radio for the Year's Composer / Jazz Cat 2013. Anna-Lenas works Concerto for Flute, Strings and Harp, and Concerto for guitar 'nominated by SMFF to one of the most significant works in Sweden in 2011/2016. Her professional career started her as a jazz pianist and jazz singer, but today she works for the most part as a classic composer.

            Works for wind ensemble:

  • Colours: variation for wind ensemble (1997/2010)