Lidia Damunt

(born in La Manga, Murcia, Spain, 1978) singer and songwriter. After years as a singer and guitarist of "Hello Cuca", she moved to Madrid's Malasaña neighborhood, with a previous stay in Mojacar, to begin her solo career. In 2008 she had her debut, with the publication "En la isla de las bufandas". Since then, she has participated in festivals such as Ladyfest, the festival Faraday Stolichnaya, Summercase, Lemon Pop Festival (Murcia), Feminist Cultural Festival of San Sebastian, among others. The second album "El cementerio peligroso" (Subterfuge) was released on 20th April on CD and LP, soon after being reissued on vinyl of "En la isla de las bufandas". That same year she moved to Sweden, away from the stage and the music scene. In 2010 she traveled to Spain to play at festivals like SOS in Murcia or Primavera Sound. It was the beginning of a new stage in her career, considering a new future in which she composes more freely. During 2010 and 2011, she was dedicated to composing and she made several trips to Barcelona to record her third solo album, produced and published by Austro-Hungarian Hidrogenesse. This work is entitled "Vigilia el Fuego".
Select Recordings: Vigila el fuego; En el cementerio peligroso, 2009; En la isla de las bufandas, 2008

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Lucía Caramés

(born in Madrid, Spain, 19th Marz 1982). Composer and singer. She recorded her first demo with the producer Jesús Yanes. In 2005 began her work as a songwriter for artists such as Passion Vega, Malu, Maria Jimenez and Maria Villalon. In 2009 released her first solo album, "La Niña de la Teta" and in 2012 "Hecho de Brea" came out. For ten years she has played regularly in the circuit of clubs in Madrid (Sala Galileo, Clamores, Café Libertad 8, Sala Juglar, etc) and at various events in Spain. She has participated in television programs in Antena 3 and Canal 7, radio programs such as Cadena Ser ("Hablar por hablar" and "El Club de las Siete"), Onda Madrid ("La tarde de Madrid"), Radio Sol 21 and Radio Huelva, and magazines like Rolling Stone, 20 Minutes, Metro etc. Presently, she continues writing songs for other artists, and develops her educational vocation, participating in the development of educational projects as Miniverso or Pocoyo.
Selected Recordings: La niña de la teta, 2009; Hecho de brea, 2012.
Awards: In 2005, won the II Stay "Quédate con la musica" organized by the Community of Madrid in the category of flamenco fusion and best single peforming at the Palacio de Congresos de Madrid.

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Lucia Corini

(Cremona, 28 Aprile 1960) Dopo aver compiuti gli studi classici si è dedicata a quelli musicali, diplomandosi in Organo, in Viola, in Flauto Dolce, in Violino, in Clavicembalo ed in Didattica della Musica. Con la viola ed il flauto dolce tiene concerti e registrazioni in Italia ed all’estero, sia come solista, che all’interno di gruppi cameristici ed orchestrali. In modo particolare si dedica a ricerca ed esecuzione del repertorio poco noto scritto espressamente per la viola. E’ autrice di musica didattica per violino, per il flauto dolce e per il pianoforte. Sono edite molte delle sue revisioni di brani strumentali antichi, nonchè diverse realizzazioni di basso continuo, come pure il volume “La Viola - profilo storico e repertorio. Svolge attività didattica. Tra le sue opere: “A” per quintetto di fiati; Il ballo delle Nobildonne, per orchestra d’archi; Pastorale Italiana, per tre corni delle Alpi ; Il mio amico violino (Sinfonica, 2002); Calendario musicale dell’Avvento per violini (Sinfonica, 2002); Un concerto piccolo piccolo, violino, pianoforte e percussioni, 2003.