Anna-Margret Noorhani (b. 1999) began her composition studies with Ülo Krigul at the Tallinn Music High School in 2015 and continued in the composition class of Helena Tulve and Toivo Tulev at the Estonian Academy of Music and Theater in autumn 2019. One of the first notable achievements of Anna-Margret was 2nd place in the digital composition competition in 2014. In her first high school year, she also succeeded in the EAMT audiovisual composition competition with “Insomnia”, which was later performed at the InSonic 2017 festival in Karlsruhe, Germany. In the Young Composer Competition, Noorhani’s “Process of Immersion” for his two trumpets, flugelhorn, trombone, and tuba (2018) was awarded 3rd place. A year later “flutonic distortion” for flute and electronics won first place in the same competition.