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Camila Nebbia is a sax player, composer, improviser and visual artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Studied classical saxophone at the Conservatory "Astor Piazzolla", jazz at the "Manuel de Falla" Conservatory and Film Director at the Universidad Del Cine. Was accepted into the masters degree program “CoPeCo Contemporary Performance and Composition” starting in september 2020. The two year program occurs each semester in a different institution: Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in Estonia, Royal College of Music in Stockholm in Sweden, National Superior Conservatory of Music Dance of Lyon in France and Hamburg University of Music and Theatre in Germany. In 2015 won a scholarship from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes (FNA) to asist to a workshop about composition and improvisation in Bariloche, Argentina. In 2017 was chosen from the Manuel de Falla alumni to participate in three different music residencies dictated by Tim Berne, Marilyn Crispell and Ben Goldberg. Participated of the “SIM” workshop directed by Ralph Alessi in New York. In 2018 won together with the band “El devenir del rio” an FNA grant to compose music for their new album. In 2019 Won the grant “Raúl Urtazún & Frances Harley” to assit to the prestigious worksho of Jazz and Creative music at Banff Centre, Canada. Won a grant from the FNA to create new compositions as a result of a deep investigation about gender violence in Argentina. In 2020 participates of a tribute to the great argentine composer Gerardo Gandini at the Centro de Experimentación of the Teatro Colón. Participates in the online workshop “Ensemble Evolution” dictated by the International Contemporary Ensemble, hosted by the New School of Performing Arts of New York. Creator of the collective interdisciplinary group and improvised series “La Jaula se ha vuelto pájaro y se ha volado”. Plays and collaborates on many different artistic projects in Buenos Aires. Her third album as bandleader “Aura” will be released this year by the label Ears&eyes records. Plays, records and colaborates with many artits from the Buenos Aires music scene and international such as La Big Nant, Axel Filip Sextet, Gandini band, El devenir del río, Burka, Maya Keren, Lesley Mok, Julian Mekler sextet, among others.
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