Lluïsa Espigolé is intensively engaged in contemporary experimental music. Her activity is currently focused on performance and premieres as a soloist, chamber musician, in ensembles, and increasingly in interdisciplinary projects, sound performance, and free improvisation. As a soloist, she has promoted and premiered many composers of her generation and collaborated with performers, improvisers, and multimedia artists of the experimental scene, making regular appearances in festivals and venues such as 8Brücken Köln (Cologne), Lucerne Festival, Festival Ensems (Valencia), Heidelberger Frühling, ISCM World Music Days, Festival Mixtur (Barcelona), Festival Musica (Strasbourg), Internationales Musikfestival Darmstadt, OUT.SIDE, Sampler Sèries (Barcelona), Sónar, Sound of Stockholm, VANG Músicas den Vanguardia (Madrid), Alte Oper (Frankfurt), Fundación Juan March (Madrid), L’Auditori (Barcelona), Liederhalle (Stuttgart), KKL (Lucerne), Philarmonie (Luxembourg), Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (Karlsruhe), among others. Lluïsa Espigolé was most influenced by her teachers Yukiko Sugawara, Nicolas Hodges, Florent Boffard, and Florian Hölscher. She also worked closely with Hermann Kretzschmar, Ueli Wiget, and the members of the Ensemble Modern during the Internationale Ensemble Modern Akademie in Frankfurt. Further artistic influences were provided working closely with composers such as Peter Ablinger, Mark André, Michael Beil, Beat Furrer, Helmut Lachenmann, Berhnard Lang, Marco Stroppa, and also with many composers and sound artists of her generation.



Manuel Rodríguez Valenzuela: Hideouts

Ensemble Mosaik, Lluïsa Espigolé