Anna Korsun (1986, Ukraine) is a composer and performer (piano, voice) of contemporary music. Anna took part in various concert series and festivals such as Warsaw Autumn (Poland), Summer courses of new music (Darmstadt), Musikfest der MGNM, Lange Nacht der Musik, Junge Solisten (Munich), Sound Walk/Sound Garden 2012 (Lisbon, Portugal), Gogolfest (Kiev), Tax Free: Territory of Young Composers, (St. Peterburg), Exposition II (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia). Her work Landscapes for 5 voices was selected for finale of Gaudeamus Music Week 2011. She participated in workshops with ensemble Richerche (2008), P. Dusapin (2010–2011), S. Bhagwati (2010), H. Lachenmann (2011). Anna got scholarships from Stockhausen Concerts and Courses (2009, Kuerten, Germany) and Baltic Youth Philharmonic (2011, Kaunas, Lithuania), and the memorial award “Leonhard und Ida Wolf” (Munich, Germany). In 2011 she was granted a commission for a new chamber piece from Kulturkreis Gasteig (Munich, Germany). She is co-organizer and participant of the cycle of concerts 6+1, dedicated to new vocal music.

Aqua Sonare can be translated as “sounding water”.  The concept of the piece is poetic incarnation of Water – multi-faceted substance, which includes such states as statics and motion. In the piece these states, little by little, interflow as they often do when you look at the Water for a long time.