Mirjam Tally is Estonian/Swedish composer living on Gotland island since 2006. Mirjam Tally graduated from the Estonian Academy of Music in 2000 as a student of Lepo Sumera. In 2009-2010 she was Composer in Residence at Swedish Radio´s P2 channel. She has written works for many Swedish and international musicians: Nordic Affect (Iceland), John Storgårds and Lapland Chamber Orchestra (Finland), Kaspars Putninsh (Latvia), UMS’n JIP (Switzerland), Marco Blaauw, New European Ensemble (The Netherlands), flutist Anna Svensdotter, Swedish Radio Orchestra, Swedish Radio Choir, etc. In 2008, she received the Little Christ Johnsson Prize of Kungliga Musikaliska Akademien (Sweden), for her orchestra work Turbulence. Her music has been performed in over 20 countries. She has written music ca 20 years for different instrumentations, including electroacoustic works. Recently she started the duo Unejõgi together with Estonian folk singer Meelika Hainsoo. The duo performs Estonian runic songs with electroacoustic elements, influenced by minimalism, drone, glitch and experimental pop music.