WILMA ALBA CAL
Wilma studied at the University of the Arts of Cuba. She got a scholarship at the Academy of Music and Drama of the University of Gothenburg and the Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts.
She participated in important festivals in her country and abroad.
Her catalog includes chamber, choral, orchestral, electroacoustic works, music for theater, radio, television and audiovisual.
Viviana is a Professor, Choir Conductor and Vocal Coach.
She conducts the "Coral del Aire" Female Choir of La Rioja City, Argentina.
She is currently Director of the Licenciature of Music at the National University of La Rioja and she has been Artistic Director of the Provincial Choirs Organization under the Ministry of Culture of the Province of La Rioja.
She has been Vocal Coach of the Children's Choir (Coro Infantil de La Rioja) and Conductor of the Youth Choir of the province of La Rioja.
Agustina entered the composition licenciature in "Universidad Católica Argentina" where she graduated with honors in 2008 and where she also finished studies of Sound and Music Recording and Production. At the moment she is finishing the Master in Composition with New Technologies at the Manuel de Falla Conservatory of Buenos Aires. Her works have been awarded in several competitions and premiered by many ensembles in Argentina and abroad.
MARÍA FELICIA PÉREZ
María Felicia studied at the National Art School of Havana and the "Franz Liszt" Higher School of Music in Weimar, Germany.
She is the Conductor of Coro de Cámara Exaudi, in Havana.
Professor at the University of the Arts of Havana and the National School of Music.
María Felicia has been awarded the distinctions "For Cuban Education" and "For the National Culture", as well as with the "Félix Varela" Order of 1st. Grade.
Natalia participated in several workshops and seminars by Mariano Etkin, Gerardo Gandini, Francisco Kröpfl and Julio Viera. In Germany she trained as a scholar with Nicolaus A. Huber and Mathias Spahlinger.
She has participated in festivals and international meetings of contemporary music, in Curitiba, Buenos Aires, Eckernförde.
Her creative work has been recognized with awards, scholarships and national and international subsidies.
Eva studied Composition and Choral Conducting with Gotzon Aulestia and Miguel Amantegi.
Focused mainly on the composition of choral music.
Winner of several composition awards, her music is performed especially in the United States, Canada, Japan or Sweden.
In her role as Choir Conductor, she has been invited to Hungary to conduct her works with the Cantemus Female Choir of the Kodaly Institute.