Her catalog shows works for Symphonic and Chamber orchestra with or without soloists, Chamber Music with or without voice/s, music for piano solo and for other solo instruments. See www.carmefernandezvidal.com.
Carme Fernández Vidal was born in Palma de Mallorca (Spain, 1970). Higher degrees in Composition, Piano, Music Theory and Pedagogy. She studied composition with Teresa Catalán and piano with Ramón Coll. In her training as composer she followed advanced courses with composers Manfred Trojahn, Julio Estrada, David P. Graham, Robert Beaser.
She holds a Ph.D. from the University of Illes Balears with the dissertation entitled “Comparative study of three didactic proposals concerning non tonal counterpoint in the twentieth-century: Julien Falk’s Technique Atonale, Ernst Krenek’s Twelve-tone Counterpoint and Charles Seeger’s Dissonant Counterpoint”
As a composer, she has received assignments from different institutions and from a large number of soloists and ensembles. Her works have been premiered and performed in important cycles and festivals in Spain, France, Italy, USA, Brazil, Serbia, Mexico, etc. Some of them have been compiled in CD in Spain and America and have been published in Spain and Germany.
Author of the treatise “Técnicas Compositivas Antitonales. Estudio de tres tratados de contrapunto”, she has also published several articles and professional papers in magazines and publications related to universities.
She teaches courses and lectures regularly at festivals, institutions and conservatories. By competitive examination, she is a Titular professor of Counterpoint at the High Conservatory of Balearic Islands since 2001, and Head of its Composition Department since the academic year 2006/07.