Sytë e gjyshes (English: Grandmother’s eyes) — (incidental music, play by Arif Demolli), 2000
Contemporary Ballet “Life in Slow Motion” premiered at the National Theatre of Kosovo by the Kosovo troupe of ballet and solists Filibertt Tologo & Noemi Alberganti (ballet in 7 scenes, choreography by Filibertt Tologo, scenario by Doruntina Basha), 2-track tape, 2007
String Quartet, “Sauts”, 2002
B (text from the letter “B”), soprano, double bass, piano, accordion, 2003
“Aura II” 1 solo violin, mixed choir ( SATB), string orchestra, 1 piano, 1 percussion and tape (text: Robert Lax) 2010
“9” trombone and tape, 2010
Epitaf (text by Eqrem Basha), mixed chorus, 2003
Why? (vocalise), 12 sopranos, 12 altos, 2006
In the rain..., 2010
Colors (after Joan Miró), cello, 2-track tape, 2004
Image (text by Eqrem Basha), flute, 2-track tape, 2005
Naissance, 2-/8-track tape, 2006
Kabatronic, viola, 2-track tape, 2007
Au-delà du rêve, mixed chorus, soprano ocarina, 2-track tape, 2008
Defiance, 2-track tape, 2009
Grumble, 2-track tape, 2009
Disturbia, 2-track tape, 2009
Autumn, viola, 2-track tape, 2009
Sophie’s world, 2-track tape, 2010
Nuit Bleue, 2-track tape ( inspired by Frederic Chopin prelude in e-mol), 2010
The Red Room, 2-/8-track tape, animation (video projection by Shpend Gashi), 2006
Donika Rudi (June 7, 1982, Prishtina) is a Kosovar composer of mostly chamber and electroacoustic works that she has performed in front of a variety of audiences throughout Europe.
Rudi studied composition with Mendi Mengjiqi at the University of Prishtina, Kosovo from 2000 until 2002. She then studied composition with Nicolas Bolens, Éric Gaudibert and Michaël Jarrell and electroacoustic music with Rainer Boesch, Émile Ellberger and Luis Naón at the Conservatoire de Musique de Genève, Switzerland from 2002 until 2006.
She currently works as director of the Electronic Music Center “Noise” and artistic director of Prishtina International Contemporary Music Festival ReMusica.
Her music has been performed in Albania, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Kosovo, and Switzerland.