Clara Sanabras

(born in France, raised in Barcelona). Singer and songwriter. Clara featured in many movie soundtracks including "The Hobbit", "Snow White and the Huntsman", "The Hunger Games" and has appeared at many international festivals, including Glastonbury, The London Jazz Festival and Womad, and mingled with artists from all disciplines. She will be singer in the forthcoming Hollywood movie "For Greater Glory" about the Mexican Cristeros War, with music by James Horner. Since she burst onto the global music scene in 2006, with the highly acclaimed album "Clara & The Real Lowdown ", produced by Harvey Brough, they have recorded another two albums: "Hopetown House" featuring The Real Lowdown, a collective of the finest folk, jazz and world musicians in London, and "The Emblem", released in February 2012.
Selected Works: Nada igual (single, 2006); Clara & The Real Lowdown (Smudged Discs 2008); Hopetown House (Smudged Discs 2009); The Emblem (Smudged Discs 2011); Scattered Flight (Smudged Discs 2011)

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Daniela Schachter

( Messina, 9 Febbraio 1972), pianista, cantante, compositrice e autrice di testi. Si diploma presso il Conservatorio―Francesco Cilea‖di Reggio Calabria e dal 1994 al 1999 insegna nella scuola di musica "Progetto Suono" di Messina. Ha insegnato al "Boston College High School" e al "Musipire" in Queens. Nel 2002 ottiene la laurea in Performance e jazz composition al Berklee College di Boston. Registra due cd ―Quintet e ―I colori del mare e nel 2001 la rivista ―Jazzin Magazin la include tra le migliori musiciste jazz. Vincitrice del premio ―Mary Lou Williams Jazz Piano Competition, nel 2006 si esibisce nella trasmissione radiofonica ―Piano jazz condotta da Marian McPartland.

Darinka Simić Mitrović

(Belgrade, 19th February, 1937), composer and pianist, studied in the Music Academy in Belgrade with Predrag Milosević and Emil Hajek. She worked as a professor of piano in the Josip Slavenski Music High School in Belgrade, and from 1966 onwards she also collaborated with Radio-Belgrade. Her works include: Gradinar, for voice and piano (1961), Sonata in D, for violin and piano (1962), Igre za fagot i klavir, Dances for bassoon and piano (1964) and Vrati mi moje krpice, for two voices and five instruments (1964).