Analía Llugdar is a Canadian-Argentinian composer currently based in France. Her catalog comprises over 60 works for voice, orchestra, chamber music, solo instruments, ballet, opera, and mixed music, which allows the audience to experience attention to gesture, harshness (Ashpa Rupaj), timbre, density, finesse (Juana), illusion, surrealism (Quimera), and musical theatre (La Faim Artaud). Her ballet Juana was premiered as part of the Monaco Dance Forum. In 2017, her work Ashpa Rupaj was recorded in the studios of Radio France. Analía is the recipient of numerous composition awards and distinctions - among them, Canada Council’s Victor Martyn Lynch-Staunton Award, Prix OPUS Composer of the Year 2009, and the Jules Léger Prize 2008.