Age Veeroos graduated from the University of Tartu in German philology in 1998 and obtained master degree in composition with Helena Tulve and Eino Tamberg at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT) in 2006. In 2005/2006, she improved her skills at the Karlsruhe Higher Music School under Professor Wolfgang Rihm. Estimated PhD - 2020 from the EAMT (thesis Blurring aspects - tendencies in harmonic spectrum of sound while bowing softly near the bridge).
Age Veeroos works as freelance composer and teacher of composition and electroacoustic music. She coordinates electroacoustic composition faculty at the EAMT and Loomelabor - music creation summer school & composition competition for youth.
Age Veeroos has attended several international courses for composers, including Salvatore Sciarrino's master class in Rome (2004), IRCAM Summer Course in Paris (2004) and Centre Acanthes Summer Course in Metz, France (2005).
Her works have been performed by Ensembles Hashtag, Aleph, Sepia, Arditti String Quartet, NYYD Ensemble, Ansambel U:, Athelas Sinfonietta Copenhagen, Curious Chamber Players, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Estonian National Symphony Orchestra, Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir, soloists from Estonia and abroad.
Psalmodia was commissioned by the University of Tübingen for its 525th anniversary celebrated in 2002. In 2005, as a commission of Kulturjahr der Zehn, project that introduced new European Union countries, Prelude to Franz Schubert's song Die Nebensonnen was premiered in Berlin Philharmonic Hall by Leipziger Sinfonietta. In the same year, she participated in five composers' opera project As time goes by of Staatsoper Hannover series Zeitoper. Short opera Tuleloitsija (Fire Enchanter) was staged in Tallinn in 2008 and 2009 by musicians of EAMT.
In 2010, Veeroos with 6-member team won the main prize at the competition of music theatre project Operare 2010, organised by Berlin Contemporary Opera, for the project GRID, which was premiered in 2011 in Berlin Kulturbrauerei.
Works of Age Veeroos that are being published by Editions Musica Ferrum:
250 piano pieces for Beethoven vol. 9
- The ninth volume of the "250 piano pieces for Beethoven" project, initiated and organised by Susanne Kessel, in Bonn.
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