BIOGRAPHY

Alicia Camiña Ginés is a professional saxophonist, producer and composer. 

During her career she has had the opportunity to work with great artists such as Rob Lewis, producer of Christina Aguilera, Fifth Harmony, Backstreet Boys, Boys II Men, etc. to play in two concerts at the Berklee Performance Center. In 2021, she signs with the Orpheus record company in New York and releases his contemporary album “Revolution” in October of the same year.  She currently works as a saxophonist, pianist and backing vocalist in The life and Music of George Michael which is touring throughout the United States and Canada, playing in concert halls such as the House of Blues in Houston, Texas, the Segerstrom Center for the Arts at Costa Mesa, California, Pikes Peak in Colorado Spring, etc.  

Graduated from CSM Manuel Castillo in Seville specializing in saxophone, with a Master's degree from Berklee College of Music in Saxophone Performance and a Master's degree from the International University of La Rioja in Composition and Production with New Technologies.  

During her career, she has had the opportunity to play in different places around the world. In 2014, she participates as a soloist at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy. In 2015 he toured with the SYM Don Bosco Orchestra through different parts of Europe. In turn, she performs concerts in Spain with Meraki Sax Quartet, Ensemble Nacional Músax, Anexas, etc. In 2021, she plays with the Madrid Philharmonic Orchestra as a soloist her Concerto for Saxophone and Orchestra composed by herself.  She received different awards such as the third place she got together with the Meraki Sax Quartet in the IV "José Gámez" Chamber Contest. In 2019 and 2020 she was awarded the AIE High Specialization Scholarship to study at the Berklee College of Music. On the other hand, Berklee also awarded her one of the largest scholarships awarded in recent years for her Master's studies for two consecutive years. In addition, in 2021 it is nominated for the XIII Andalusian Awards for the Future.

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