Gullin Gabriella

Gullin Gabriella

The composer Gabriella Gullin was born in Stockholm, Sweden, 5:th of March 1961. She is an elected member of The Society of Swedish Composers and was presented The Society of Swedish Composers Award 2004, as well as an award to elaborate further acknowledge in orchestral instrumentation. She has a versatile production of works for chamber music, music for orchestra, works for organ, choirs as well as solo songs. Nosag records released 2003 her works for organ at the CD "For those Borne in mind" (nosag cd 086) and in 2002, the double-cd with her "Requiem per lÕuomo innocente" (nosag cd 2078) for Baritone Solo, chorus, percussion and organ (published by Pizzicato 2004). Other recordings of separate works are made by, for instance, the Swedish radio and the Swedish Television, Boras Vocalensemble, Coro Citta di Roma, Peter Gullin, the S:t Gšran parishment and the Stockholm Boy's Chorus. Gabriella Gullin has written a several commissioned works, her music is often played in festivals and recitals in Sweden and abroad, as well as in TV and radio. Besides being published at Pizzicato Verlag Helvetia, her music are published at Gehrmans Musikfšrlag AB and Trumph. In music written by Gullin you find - besides the intelligent use of theoretics and the technical skill - a very personal idiom, fertile of expressions; the being of the soul is carefully esteemed, and the existence in God an absolute condition. She's got diploma as organist and choir leader from the Royal College of Music in Stockholm where she also studied theoretics - harmony, counterpoint and instrumentation. She has undertaken private studies in psychology and religious philosophy. Besides being a composer, she works as musician - since 1980 active in S:ta Clara Church in the Cathedral parish in Stockholm, with a broad experience of being a conductor (S:ta Clara Youth Choir and S:ta Clara Chamber ensemble 1989-95; the Gullin Vocal Quartet 1986 - 92 and other ensembles), including orchestral productions. Organist 1980.86; pedagogue 1980-1997; Singer in the Swedish Radio Choir and the Eric Ericsson Chamber Choir 1999-2004; and 'poet. Today she's active as an accomplished singer (mezzo-soprano, giving concerts and making tours with the diplomated concertpianist Wilhelm Schaaf and the diplomated concertpianist from Armenia, Karin Geworkian) and accompanist (with a vast extent of collaborations with diplomated ad excellent musicians and singers).


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