Fantasy Studies is a new release by the Austrian composer and clarinetist Petra Stump-Linshalm. She draws her inspirations from adventures and life experiences, travels, visual arts and finally from her fantasies. In the piece 'A Guide to Flavors' she describes different whiskey aromas in sound. 'Handelesen' for alto flute, bass clarinet and violoncello is a piece which was inspired by a text from a book by Sudabeh Mohafez. 'Cinnamon roses' for two clarinets focuses on the blossoms in spring. 'Blanda,' composed for two tenor recorders is named after the longest river in Iceland and 'Trotzig' for three bass clarinets is a reference to Wassily Kandinsky´s aesthetic and colors. Since 2012, Petra Stump-Linshalm has been professor of chamber music at the Joseph Haydn Institute of Chamber Music and Special Ensembles at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Having won various awards, she pays attention not only to the classical repertoire, but also to contemporary and improvised music. In addition to her own projects, Petra is a member of the ensemble XX century.