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Celia Torres is a young Spanish saxophonist, characterised by her commitment to contemporary music, interdisciplinary art and projects that raise social dynamics.

Winner of the Ramón Guzmán Saxophone Competition last 2020, Celia has taken part in different projects related to the classical aspect of her career such as the quartets Chemin d'èclat and Yugen Ensemble, or larger ensembles such as Zurich Saxophone Collective and the Saxophone Ensemble 2.13 SAX with whom she has performed concerts in different cities in Spain and also at the XVII International Saxophone Congress in Zagreb (Croatia). She has also participated in several orchestras such as the Orquesta Sinfónica del Coscyl or the Orquesta Sinfónica de Navarra (OSN). Interested in expanding her horizons as an artist, in 2020 she began working in Silart, an association of Interdisciplinary Creation that works from music and whose main objective is to promote the transformation of society from a gender perspective. From this period as an artist, she premieres performances such as Perspectives (2021) at the Festival La Escucha Errante in Bilbao, Zerrissenheit (2022) at the prestigious Zürcher Hochschule der Künste (Switzerland), Eunoia 2.0 - Prostitution of Stories (2022) at Kulturhaus Helferei (Switzerland). As a saxophonist, he continues to give recitals with pianist Michel Reynoso around different venues in Spain; the last two: Entre la Fragmentación y la Innovación (2021) at the Casino in Pamplona (Navarra) and Fragmento (2022) at the Teatro Don Quijote in Consuegra (Toledo). From her participation in the festival La Escucha Errante, Celia became familiar with the technique of Soundpainting and since 2020 she has been giving workshops on this discipline at the music camp Bye Bye Beethoven, where she has been the winds coordinator since that same year.

As far as her training is concerned, she completed her Bachelor in the speciality of Saxophone at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Navarra (CSMN). During these four years she received lessons from notable musicians such as Ángel Soria, Nahikari Olóriz, Brenno Ambrosini and Michel Reynoso. In 2022, Celia completed her Master 's Degree in Performance specialising in saxophone at the Zürcher Hochschule der Kunste (Switzerland) under the guidance of Lars Mlekusch. She is currently studying for a new Master's degree in Curating at the same University, where she continues to receive scholarships to finance her projects both in Switzerland and in Spain.
María Muros is a young flutist and cultural manager. As a flutist, she has participated in orchestral meetings with the Coscyl Orchestra and has collaborated in international music festivals such as Eurochestries, (Pons, France), where she has become familiar with different musical styles. In recent years, she has been looking for new forms of creation through interdisciplinary art, collaborating with various artistic disciplines, including dance and graphic design. At the same time, she works and bets on other concerns, such as research and dissemination of women artists.

María was born in El Puerto de Santa María (Cádiz). She studied musical interpretation in the specialty of flute at the Conservatorio Superior de Música de Castilla y León. She finished in Groningen (The Netherlands) Prins Claus Conservatorium where she participated in the development of contemporary art projects with the Art School Minerva. During the year 2020, she studied the Master of Music Therapy provided by the International University of La Rioja (UNIR). Currently, she is studying the Master in Cultural Management at the University of Barcelona, thus linking her artistic work with new professional perspectives such as cultural management.

Iratxe Ibaibarriaga is a cellist and a multidisciplinary artist based in Barcelona. She focuses on classical performance, on projects with a social background and on the creation of contemporary art where she fuses music with other branches of art.

As a cellist she has participated in numerous national and international music festivals such as: the SalMos Festival in Russia, the Festival of arts and music "Al Bustan festival" in Lebanon, the international CastelCello Festival in Italy, the Noorderlicht Festival in Belgium, the Articulate Festival in Belgium among others.

Iratxe Ibaibarriaga is also an active performer in the field of chamber music. She has been a member of numerous ensembles such as the Mima Quartet, the Collider Ensemble, the Entschlossen Quartet and is currently the cellist of the Arima Quartet. Since young she has been part of several orchestras and as a multidisciplinary artist she has participated in several artistic creation projects since 2018 such as LuMe (KABK, The Netherlands), Acoustic Soundscapes (Klem Laboratory, Spain) or 3treesceramic (The Hague, The Netherlands) among others.

He finished his degree in Violoncello at COSCyL (Salamanca, Spain) and at the Royal Conservatoire of Antwerpen (Belgium). Due to her extra musical interests, she obtained a degree in "Management and design of cultural projects" at the UNIR and completed the training course "Musicians for Health", with a scholarship from the same Spanish foundation. She is currently studying the master's degree "Art for social transformation, social inclusion and community development: Artistic mediation" at the University of Barcelona.

Last year (2020) she was awarded with the Belgian prize "Artist in Society" for the creation of the project "The languages of melodies". Since 2020 she is founder and member of the interdisciplinary artistic creation association "Silart".

Recent highlights include her recordings for the English Record company “The nerve” (The Nerve),her latest CD in collaboration with composers Julio D'escriban and Thomas Bellingham (link to the album) and her collaboration on the CD "Touch & Sound" (video) by the Catalan composer and pianist Joan Sanchez. He is currently supported by the Belgian government's "Flanders Traineeship" grant to support his artistic activities.