Harumi Fujita is a female Japanese composer. She was born in Osaka, Japan in 1961 and graduated from the Osaka School of Design. She has composed several pieces for video games, working for both companies and as a freelancer. She is currently composing stage performance music and conducts audio consultations.
Ph.D in Music at Alberta University
1st prize at Society for Ethnomusicology Conference (2017), State of Kuwait Award in Islamic Studies, Frank Henderson Prize in the study of Woman+Religion, Cultural Diversity, Edmonton Arts Council, and many more.
Zoë Keating is a cellist and composer who writes music and performs in contemporary ways. She often uses a looping pedal to layer different sounds on her cello during live performances. She graduated from Sarah Lawrence, studying composition as a Liberal Arts major. Her performance of “Lost” on ABC Radio National in 2012 is very popular, as well as albums such as One Cello x 16: Natoma and Into the Trees.
She has composed music for --and had her music used-- in TV shows, movies, and commercials. She was a governor of the San Francisco chapter of the Recording Academy and advocates for artists regarding copyright in the music industry. -- Source: Zoë Keating's website.
Ravi Kitttappa is a world renowned composer who primarily writes orchestral and electronic music. His music has been performed around the world by several diverse musicians and ensembles at famous festivals. He is currently completing his Ph.D in music composition at University of California Berkeley as well as lecturing at institutions around the world.
Yaz Lancaster is a violinist who earned an MM and a BM with a minor in poetry from New York University. Some awards and honors they have earned include the NYU Virtual recital, the NYU Strings Honors Recital, and was a runner up in the Hildegard Competition. They are also an original member of Quintilia, a quintet that performs the works of composers from underrepresented backgrounds. Some compositions include woodcuts, and meditations on auxin. Yaz Lancaster uses the term "genre-fluid works" to describe their creative output and their "representation & support of marginalized/underprivileged identities in the arts." -- Source: Yaz Lancaster's website.
From Island of Orust, next to Sweden
Ms. Leyman got into music and gets inspiration for music through sculpting. She is inspired by different shapes, colors, or textures, and turns them in to pieces.
Source: Katarina Leyman's website.
Lula Romero is a Contemporary latin composer known for her electronic sound. She prefers to maintain a level of complexity in her music, opposed to the wave of minimalism prevalent in some modern music. Romero currently resides in Berlin, Germany, where she continues to write works.