María Nieves Rebolledo Vila (Bebe)

(born on 9th May 1978 in Valencia, Spain). Singer, songwriter, and actress. Bebe was born María Nieves Rebolledo Vila in Valencia, Spain, although very soon she moved to Extremadura and then to Madrid. Her first album in Spain was entitled "Pafuera Telarañas" though she gained international recognition after winning the Best New Artist award at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards. On 25 June 2006, Bebe announced that she was leaving temporarily from music to focus on her acting career. After that, she released a new album, "Y.", in 2009 and her album "Un pokito de rocanrol" in 2012.
Selected Works: Pafuera Telarañas, 2004; Y., 2009; Un pokito de rocanrol, 2012
Awards: With "Pafuera telarañas", Bebe obtained the Ondas Award 2004 for the Revelation Artist for her vindication of the rights of women through a style and a very personal sound. She was also awarded Best New Artist at the 2005 Latin Grammy Awards.

Contact: www.labebebellota.com

Maria Rosa Ribas Monet

Was born in Barcelona in 1944. Completed her musical studies at the Barcelona Municipal Music Conservatory where she obtained piano, guitar, solfeio and composition degrees. She has worked with Sofia Puche (piano), Xavier Montsalvatge (composition), Antoni Ros Marbà (orchestra conducting), Paul Schilhawsky (piano accompaniment). In 1998 the Catalan Woman Assotiation granted her the First Prize for Caterina Albert i Paradís and the lied El bes.As a pianist she make duo with the soprano M. Àngels Miró. Special take up to contemporary catalan music. She is teaching piano at the Barcelona Municipal Music Conservatory. Since 1980 she is a member of the CatalanCompositors Association.


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María Rosa Ribas Monné

(born on 25th July 1944 in Barcelona, Spain) Composer, pianist and teacher. She completed her musical studies at the Barcelona Municipal Music Conservatory where she obtained piano, guitar, solfeo and composition degrees. She has worked with Sofia Puche (piano), Xavier Montsalvatge (composition), Antoni Ros Marbà (orchestra conducting), Paul Schilhawsky (piano accompaniment). In 1998 the Catalan Woman Association granted her the First Prize for Caterina Albert i Paradís and the lied El bes.As a pianist she make duo with the soprano M. Àngels Miró. Special take up to contemporary Catalan music. She is teaching piano at the Barcelona Municipal Music Conservatory. Since 1980 she has been a member of the Catalan Compositors Association.
Selected Works: 16 x SAX (1. La Noria- 2. El gos petit- 3. Mar en calma), 2001, sax; Accés blau (1. Deciso con spirit- 2. Leggiero- 3. Teneramente- 4. Tranquillo espressivo- 5. Giocoso e semplice- 6. Con tristeza- 7. Più mosso appassionato), 1986, pf; Adagio e divertimento, 2008, string orchestra; Ales d'Anhel, 1988, s, vlc, pf; Ausencia, 1998, s or t, symphony orchestra; Canon per a orgue, 1976; La Ciutat llunyana: cantata, 1981, choir (voices- bi), symphony orchestra; Dolç angel de la mort, 1983, s, 2 vl, vla, vlc; Laberint, 1998, s, pf; Quintet de vent (1. Moderato- 2. Dolce- 3. Energico), 1981, fl, ob, cl, fg, cor.
Selected Recordings: 5 Compositores Contemporànies (Ona digital, 2002).