Uršula Jašovec

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Born: 05 December 1986


Slovenian composer, music pedagog, conductor, organist.

Her work was performed at World Music Days 2015, Emona 2016, KotorArt 2017, Inédits d’orgue 2017, Don Brankovi dani muzike, at the GML and EPK Maribor stage, RTV Slovenija, Brinjevka and FeNS festival, Revija Zagorje ob Savi, Sozvočenja, Naša pesem in Maribor, Vokal Total Graz, Glasbena mladina Ljubljanska - Prisluhnimo v Križankah, Europa cantat, Studio 14 RTV Slovenia; in Croatia, Austria, Germany, Serbia, Canada, Montenegro, Ukraine, Italy and Texas. Her work was performed by various ensembles and choirs, such as mixed choir Viva Brežice, mixed choir Veter, vocal group Rusalke, girls choir Gimnazije Kranj, Glasbena matica Ljubljana, Apz Tone Tomšič, APZ Vinko Vodopivec, Big Band RTV Slovenija, L’Ensemble Mruta Mertsi, KLK New Music Phoenix Ensemble, Kärntner Landesjugendchor, Texas University Female Choir, Feniarco mixed choir etc.

At Europa Cantat 2018 she presented her work at the Tallinn University as a composer in spotlight. Besides her composition studies with zasl. prof. Pavel Mihelčič she broadened her knowledge with Z. Randall Stroope, Klaus Ager, Jana Andreevska, Gyula Fekete, Uroš Rojko, Gilbert Nouno, Hans Tutschku, Detlef Heusinger, Joachim Haas. In 2019 she was a part of opera residency Opéra De-Ci De-Là where her short opera Douceur was performed under conduction of Anthony Heidweiler at the d’Aix-en-Provence Festival.

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