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Composer Halldór Smárason has worked with many renowned artists, including Ensemble intercontemporain, Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, Iceland Symphony Orchestra, Psappha, TAK, Oslo Sinfonietta, MSM Symphony, Decoda, Reykjavík’s Trio, Duo Harpverk and Elektra Ensemble. Halldór received the Manhattan Prize and has participated at the Ung Nordisk Musik 2013-2016, Nordic Cool in 2013, Sonic in 2014.. In 2015 he received an internship grant to work with Beat Furrer in Vienna and Graz.
Jez Dolan has arrived at his current studio-based practice following over twenty years working in socially-engaged arts with a wide range of cultural organisations throughout Britain and Europe.
Jobina Tinnemans is a contemporary composer working in crossover disciplines of electronics, classical music and contemporary art. Incorporating analogue and digital, lo-fi and high-end techniques as well as non-musicians and ancient crafts. She was selected out of more than 600 submissions to compose contemporary classical composition with electronics for the 2013 edition of the MATA festival in New York.
Adelle Stripe has published three collections of poetry and her writing has appeared in The Guardian, The Times, The Stool Pigeon and Morning Star. In 2012 Dark Corners of the Land was named Poetry Book of the Year at the 3:AM Awards and was also a Scotsman Book of the Year. She teaches Creative Writing at MMU’s Manchester Writing School and was included in the Read Women 2014 list.
Gulbrandsen work includes solo/chamber music, music for orchestra and theatre, electro-acoustic music and installations. His work often combine performance, installations and scenery. He always work in close collaboration with his musicians to develop his compositions and in recent years has been focusing on the possibilities in co-creation with either the musicians, the audience, or both.
Specialising in socially-engaged creative photography with a satirical edge and a distinct Northern voice, Mark Page has been a practising artist for fourteen years since gaining a BA Fine Art & Documentary Photography from Liverpool John Moores in 2001.
Hannah Ayre is a participatory artist working with audiences where the boundaries between art, craft, performance & collaboration are blurred. Works range from small craft items to large scale outdoor sculpture, performance and events. Her aim is to have minimal environmental impact through the creative process and to engage the public. Her projects often take place in unconventional settings, by taking the work out of the gallery removing some of the barriers to participation. She has extensive experience of engaging audiences of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.
South Iceland Chamber Choir was founded in 1997 and is well known for its versatile repertoire ranging from jazz and pop music to compositions reflecting the newest trends in contemporary music. The choir has collaborated with and premièred works by many outstanding composers, whose musical backgrounds and works range from pop and rock to classical. These include Sir John Tavener, Jack White, Emil Råberg, Eyvind Gulbrandsen, Bára Grímsdóttir and Kjartan Sveinsson from SigurRos.