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Camila Nebbia

Sax player, composer, improviser and multidisciplinary artist from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Her artistic practice and work is being in constant creation of new sound and visual landscapes, where explores the relationship between different forms of composition and free improvisation.

Studied classical saxophone at the Conservatory “Astor Piazzolla”, jazz at the “Manuel de Falla” Conservatory and Film Director at the Universidad Del Cine.

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 participated 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. In 2019 Won the grant “Raúl Urtazún & Frances Harley” to assit to the prestigious workshop 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. Participates in the online workshop “Ensemble Evolution” dictated by the International Contemporary Ensemble, hosted by the New School of Performing Arts of New York.

Co-created the collective interdisciplinary group and improvised series of women improvisers called “La Jaula se ha vuelto pájaro y se ha volado”. Plays and collaborates in many groups of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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