(b. 2 January 1979, Skopje).
Macedonian composer of mostly orchestral, chamber and vocal works that have been performed in Europe and elsewhere.
Ms. Andovska studied music theory and piano with various teachers at the Ilija Nikolovski-Luj School of Music in Skopje from 1993–97 and composition with Goce Kolarovski at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje from 1997–2002, where she graduated with honours and where she later had postgraduate studies in composition with Goce Kolarovski.
Among her honours is a prize in the competition A Place on the Disc of Jeunesses Musicales of Macedonia (2000, for Six Haiku Pieces). Her music has been performed in Azerbaijan, Croatia, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Macedonia, Mexico, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, and Ukraine.
She is also active in other positions. She has worked as a music journalist for Macedonian Radio since 2000 and as a music producer for Macedonian Television since 2001.
She has lectured on analysis and musical forms at Ss. Cyril and Methodius University since 2001.
COMPLETE LIST OF WORKS
The Sound, 4 percussion, string orchestra, 2000
Six Haiku Pieces, 20 strings, 2000
Cosmogony, large orchestra (95 players), 2002
Palindrome, oboe, clarinet, 1998
Awaiting, violin, metronome, 1998
Quinta Essentia, flute, viola, cello, marimba, 1999
Status Quo, flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, violin, viola, cello, double bass, 1999
Whisperings, cello, 1999
Kaleidoscope, clarinet, violin, piano, 2000
Illuminations, string quartet, 2001 (also version for bassoon, 2 violins, cello, 2004)
Odyssey Balkanica – Macedonia 2001, bassoon, violin, 2 cellos, piano, accordion, 2002
Calypso, flute, bass clarinet/bass guitar, piano, vibraphone, 2003
Lilith, alto flute, 2004
DOrMIrNO, flute, clarinet, piano, 2004
The Prophet (text by Khalil Gibran), mixed chorus, 1998
Awakening (text by Dragan Stojkovski), bass, piano, 1997
Mirror (scene, text by the composer), alto, 1998
Prayer (text by the composer), soprano, piano, 1999
Vocalise, soprano, piano, vibraphone, 2001
Three Pieces, 1996
Three Harmonic Studies, 1997
After the Rain, 1998
pass_PORT project (all players also move and perform actions), flute, clarinet, cello, piano, accordion, percussion, fixed media, film (by Mladen Djukić), 2004
FILM SCORE (DIRECTOR):
Name This Film after Me, 2004 (Mladen Djukić)