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Nebbia, Camila

Una Ofrenda A La Ausencia

Nebbia, Camila: Una Ofrenda A La Ausencia (Relative Pitch)

Working in her native Buenos Aires, Argentina and in Berlin, tenor saxophonist Camila Nebbia (Habitable Records) presents sixteen succint, diverse and authoritative solo recordings captured in the studio in Bueno Aires, a mix of assertive harmonic statements and lyrical, often introspective works, at times narrating over her playing or adding effects.
 

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Camila Nebbia-tenor saxophone, vocals, effects


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UPC: 5904224871956

Label: Relative Pitch
Catalog ID: RPRSS023
Squidco Product Code: 33814

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2023
Country: USA
Packaging: Cardboard Gatefold
Recorded at Doctor F Studio, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in December, 2022, by Agustin Silberleib.

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"Una ofrenda a la ausencia (an offering to absence) explores in depth the rawness, harshness and roughness of sound embracing the intense and unfiltered expressions that emerges from absence."-Relative Pitch


Artist Biographies

"Camila Nebbia is a saxophone player, composer, improviser, multidisciplinary artist curator and educator from Buenos Aires, Argentina based in Berlin, Germany. Her artistic practice reflects the relationship between composition, free improvised music, film and mixed media creations, where memory and identity are some of the main resonances of her work. Her visual work includes super 8 film, archives, destroyed archives, expanded cinema & digital video. Co-creator and curator of the collective interdisciplinary group and improvised music series "La Jaula se ha vuelto pájaro y se ha volado", the concert series "Guillotina Fest" and creator and curator of the streaming concert series called "The warmth of proximity" for womxn, transgender & non binary experimental musicians presented at the Experimental Sound Studio of Chicago. Co-founder of the collective and independent record label based in Portugal "Habitable Records". Played and recorded with many artists of the international scene such as Valentin Garvie, La Big Nant, Axel Filip Sextet, Nacho Szulga Quintet, El devenir del río, Julian Mekler sextet, Burka, Paula Shocron, Barbara Togander, Patrick Shiroishi, Paul Pignon, Christer Bothén, Vinnie Sperrazza, Katt Hernandez, Nicola Hein, Kenneth Jimenez, Lesley Mok, Violeta García, Susana Santos Silva, Tom Rainey, Elsa Bergman, l' Arfi collective of Lyon, Joanna Mattrey, Micheal Formaneck, Flatter Ensemble, John Hughes, Lesley Mok, among others. Has released as a band leader and solo performer "A veces la luz de lo que existe resplandece solamente a la distancia" (Kuai 2017), "De este lado" (Club del disco 2019), Aura (ears&eyes records 2020),"Corre el río de la memoria" (ramble records 2021) and "Presencias" (Sound Holes 2021). Participated in many festivals around the world such as Winter Jazz Fest NYC co-presented with M3 (U.S), Buenos Aires Jazz Festival (ARG), Santa Fe Jazz Festival (AR), Lima Jazz Festival (PE), FRIM concerts at Fylkingen, Stockholm (SE), Diskurs Festival (DE), Ultima Oslo (NO), among others, and has assisted to several residencies such as SIM (NYC) Jazz & Creative Music dictated by Tyshawn Sorey and Vijay Iyer (CA), OMI (NYC), Konvent Zero (ES) UNCOOL (CH), Ensemble Evolution (US), CirkusVranen (SE), CCK with Tim Berne, Marilyn Crispell & Ben Goldberg (AR), among others. Has composed the music of the short film "Cuando Corro" by Ana Luz Furth 2020, the circus performance "Gården" 2021 by Anna Aro and the circus ritual performance "Lei-La" by Karla Arévalo 2022/23.

Studied classical saxophone at the Conservatory "Astor Piazzolla", jazz at the "Manuel de Falla" Conservatory, Film Direction at the Universidad Del Cine, and the masters degree program "CoPeCo Contemporary Performance and Composition. The two-year program occurs each semester in a different institution: Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre in Estonia, Royal College of Music in Stockholm in Sweden, National Superior Conservatory of Music Dance of Lyon in France and Hamburg University of Music and Theatre in Germany. Was part of the second cohort of Mutual Mentorship for Musicians M3 created by Jen Shyu & Sara Serpa 2021. Fellowship at Experimental Sound Studio 2022 for curating "A door in the mountain" series."

-Camila Nebbia Website (https://www.camilanebbia.com/)
6/19/2024

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Track Listing:



1. Todo Se Borra 1:53

2. Dejo Que Me Lleve 3:19

3. Sobre la Funcion Del Olvido 1:57

4. Irse 2:35

5. Particulas de Metal En El Agua 2:37

6. Ruinas 3:51

7. Entremedio 1:40

8. Algunos Huecos de la Memoria Quedan Vacios 3:11

9. Rios Que Se Cruzan 2:20

10. Todo Estaba Inundado 1:32

11. Deshabitarse 1:53

12. Atravesar El Tiempo Sin Quebrarse 2:34

13. Dejar 2:45

14. Estar Y Desaparecer, Desaparecer Y Estar 2:28

15. Desvio 3:14

16. Ofrenda al vacio 3:47

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Mexico, Central & South Americas + Islands
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