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Konrad Fersterer

Anna Korsun (1986, Ukraine) is a composer, sound artist and performer based in Germany.

She studied composition in Kiev and Munich with Moritz Eggert. In her creative work, Anna combines musical composition, installations, performance and sound art. She works with different formations from solo to orchestra, and with acoustic instruments, voice, electronics and sound objects. She collaborates in visual arts, dance, theatre and literature. Anna involves both professional and amateur musicians, as well as non-musicians in her works. Besides her activity as an artist, Anna performs contemporary music as a vocalist/keyboard instrumentalist, directs musical projects, teaches composition at the Amsterdam Conservatory, as well as giving courses internationally.

She has participated at international festivals such as eclat, Darmstädter Ferienkurse, ISCM, Warsaw Autumn, Wittener Tage für neue Kammermusik, worked with Neue Vo-calsolisten Stuttgart, SWR Vokalensemble, ensemble mosaik, ascolta, ensemble modern, AskoSchoenberg, Camerata Silesia, Silbersee, Bavarian Academy of Theater August Everding, Ludwik-Solski-Academy for performing arts in Krakow, LOH-Orchester, Thüringer Sym-phoniker. She was artist-in-residence at Villa Massimo in Rome, Residency for New Music, Le Vivier & Goethe-Institut Montréal, Academy Schloss Solitude, Cité internationale des arts in Paris and others. Anna was awarded Christoph-and-Stephan-Kaske-Foundation Prize, the Gaudeamus Award, Kunstpreis Berlin and Open Ear from the Trillende Lucht Foundation.