|Mittwoch, 09. Mai 2012||88vier - CoLaboRadio|
|01:00 bis 02:00 Uhr|
Bojana Šaljić Podešva, a podcast taken from the DVD ZVO.ČI.TI. so.und.ing Collection - A podcast collection of Slovenian contemporary sound art
Bojana Šaljić Podešva was born in 1978 in Maribor, Slovenia. She completed her studies in Composition under Marko Mihevc at the Academy of Music in Ljubljana. She attended a postgraduate study program in Electroacoustic Composition under Dieter Kaufmann at the Vienna Music University, where she also studied with Bruno Liberda and Wolfgang Mitterer. She took further courses with Richard Boulanger as well as with Françoise Barrière at IMEB. Her basic means of expression is electroacoustic music, in the form of fixed recorded two or more channel compositions, as well as real-time treatment of instrumental or vocal sound and music installations. Another important domain of her work comprises music in relation to contemporary visual and performing arts. She has won several Slovenian composition prizes for concert works and scene and film music (Vesna award), as well as taking 2nd Prize at the International Gustav Mahler Composition Competition of the City of Klagenfurt (Austria) in 1998 and receiving an honourable mention in the Trivium section of the 32nd International Competition of Electroacoustic Music and Sonic Art in Bourges, France. She has presented her works at the International Rostrum of Composers (IRC 2004 and 2011), the International Rostrum of Electroacoustic Music (IREM 2004), Synthèse (Bourges 2005 and 2006), the Guarnerius Festival (Belgrade 2009), the Slowind festival (Ljubljana 2010), in the LIEU project (Ljubljana, Paris, Riga 2010) and elsewhere.