Donika Rudi (1982) is a Kosovar composer specialized in acousmatic, electroacoustic music. Since 2010 she is a member of FEBEME – BEFEM (Belgian Federation for Electroacoustic Music) and a member of CEC (Canadian Electroacoustic Community). She is Artistic Director of ReMusica Festival in Kosovo, since 2010 and Associate Artist at IN SITU European Platform for artistic creation in public space, led by Lieux publics in France (2020 – 2024). 

Rudi studied composition ( instrumental and electroacoustic music) at Geneva Conservatory . She finished MA at Royal Conservatorium of Mons, Belgium, respectively composition in acousmatic music with Annette Vande Gorne. 

Her most important works are: Contemporary Ballet “Life in Slow Motion”, premiered at the National Theatre in Prishtina; “Ode to Life” acousmatic piece / sound installation, supported by IN SITU platform, in the frame of the ACT project, co- funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union “The echoes of the Crying Earth” acousmatic piece; “Emotion Machine” acousmatic piece; “Unspoken” acousmatic piece; “9” for amplified trombone & tape; “Emotion Machine I and II”, supported by Federation Wallonie Bruxelle; “Aura I” for violin, viola, mezzosoprano, soprano, percussions & electronics; “etc.

She also composed music for numerous drama plays and films, documentaries and shorts.  In the Name of the Father documentary-dance piece, SARABANDE documentary, INSANE – participative and immersive project mixing installations, soundscapes and  performances, just to name a few.

Her compositions have been performed in France, Columbia, Switzerland, Portugal, Kosovo, Albania, Italy, Australia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Canada, Spain, Belgium etc. Her compositions were aired on Radio Spain – UNDÆ! Radio, France Musique (at Christian Zanési radioshow), Dutch National Radio (Café Sonore), “Sonema Lab”, Portugese National Radio (Arte Eletroacústica) … Click here for WORKS