Composer and transcriber


Ludmila has been compared to such composer-pianists as Rachmaninoff and Liszt, linking her original works to the grand style of the great Romantic period. Her compositions vary from lengthy works such as a grand opera-ballet of nearly 3 hours to an amazing 35 second miniature fugue. She has been commissioned by various orchestras and organizations to compose original works. Ludmila masters the most complex creations for full-sized symphony orchestra and mixed choirs. Some of her compositions celebrate ancient histories and civilizations, others express her personal quest for world peace. She also has created romantic, mournful, meditative, scenic portraits reflecting the wide range of her emotions towards everything she sees, hears and feels.


As an active composer and improviser, her masterworks include the 2004 Grand Opera-ballet, Traversées, the very first Opera documenting the Acadian history in the New World, with music composed and scored by Ludmila, the Libretto by Acadian writer/dramatist, New Brunswick’s Lieutenant Governor Herménégilde Chiasson. The Premiere performance featured the distinguished     L’Orchestre de la Garde Républicaine”, from Paris, France.