Tinna Thorsteinsdóttir is an accomplished concert pianist who has a broad experience with new music. She holds degrees as a classical pianist from universities in Germany and the USA. Her main emphasis is on 21st century music and interdisciplinary performance with collaborations within the various art fields. Tinna was the Artistic Director of the music festival and masterclasses Vid Djúpid in Iceland 2005-2008. She curated the large-scale art and music exhibition Piano at Reykjavik Arts Festival in 2014. Tinna is founder of and curated the new music multidisciplinary series Peripheriberry (Icel. Jaðarber) at Reykjavik Art Museum 2011-2015, as well as being one of two Artistic Directors of Cycle Music and Art Festival. She was awarded the DV Culture Prize for Music in 2013. Tinna also holds a master´s degree in conference interpreting.