Biography



Natalia Solomonoff (1968, Rosario- Argentina).  

First composition studies with Jorge Horst, Mariano Etkin and Diana Rud. 
Courses with Gerardo Gandini, Francisco Kröpfl, Carmelo Saítta and others on a scholarship from Fundación Antorchas (Argentina). From 1997-98 she has composition studies with Nicolaus A. Huber at the Folkwang Hochschule Essen (Germany), on a grant of the “German Academic Exchange Service” (DAAD). From Nov. 2008- Feb. 2009 she attended courses with Mathias Spahlinger at the Institut für Neue Musik Freiburg, on a grant of the DAAD.
She have received prizes and awards from Fundación Antorchas, Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Secretaría de Cultura de la Provincia de Santa Fe, SADAIC, Afroasiatisches Institut, etc.  
Her music was performed in concerts and festivals in America and Europa -Orquesta Sinfónica Provincial de Santa Fe, Duo MEI, Ausum Ensamble, Sinfonietta Omega (Argentina), Ensemble Aventure and Ensemble Reflexion K (Germany), Ensemble La Machine and L’echelle (Canada), etc.
In 2011 she was a guest (Composer in Residence) of the Schlesswig-Holsteinisches Künstlerhaus (Eckernförde). In 2016 of the Orquesta Experimental de INstrumentos Nativos (OEIN) (La Paz, Bolivia).
Natalia Solomonoff has published in specialized magazines and books such as Boletín Música Casa de las Américas (La Habana), Gourmet Musical (Buenos Aires), Iberoamericana-Vervuert (Frankfurt am Main-Madrid), Biblioteca Nacional (Buenos Aires).
She lives in Rosario and works at the Instituto Superior de Música de la Universidad Nacional del Litoral in Santa Fe (Professor of Composition) and at the Instituto Superior del Profesorado de Música de Rosario ( Analysis, workshop of improvisation).