Medieval Galician music, cantigas, traditional melodies from a different age. A promenade through time with the voice of Julia Cea (Soprano), Sandra Fernández's hurdy gurdy and Paula Oanes' celtic harp.The Soprano singer Julia Cea studied singing with the baritone singer Fernando Balboa. She performed in the "Festival Mozart de Coruña" under the direction of Jesús López Cobos, James Ross and Joan Company while being part of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia's choir. She had many presentations around Scotland, Poland, France, Italy, The Netherlands and Ukraine with different choirs.She collaborated on the soundtrack of the movie "O bosque animado". In 2003 received the award "Ciudad de Cartagena" in the frame of VII Concurso internacional de Cartagena in the singing category. In 2004 is part of the touring Ciclo de Música Sacra "Galicia nos Sentidos". And in 2009 she sang under the direction of F.M. Sardelli with "Saor en Música"( a music group specialized in antique music) in the Festival Via Stellae of Santiago de Compostela.Sandra Fernández performs in a national and international level as a member of the Folk Orchestra Sondeseu in the hurdy gurdy section. She participated in different musical venues such as "Are More" and gave music to the silent film "El jorobado de Notredam" (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)Paula Oanes is a former member of the Folk Orchestra Sondeseu featured in two albums: “Mar de Vigo” (2002) and “Trastempo” (2007). Since 2008 she has been part of the quartet of harps and voices Lulavai.
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