Alba Bru (b. Barcelona, Spain) is a flute player, music teacher and a future music therapist. She began her musical studies in Valencia and continued in Terrassa Conservatory (Barcelona) passing with distinction. She holds the “Premier Prix, mention très bien, à la unanimité et avec les félicitations du juré” on flute performance and chamber music from the ENMAD, achieved as a culmination of a year studying in Orléans (France) under the supervision of Arlette Biget. She received her Flute Pedagogy degree from the ESMUC (Barcelona) and her MMUS in Contemporary Music Performance (with distinction) from The University of Huddersfield – where she studied with Richard Craig.
She has performed in several venues in France with the Orchestre des Jeunes du Centre and in Barcelona (OEMUC, Orquestra Segle XXI). Besides, she has taken part in several pedagogical concerts (L’Auditori de Barcelona, Auditori de Terrassa) and given wokshops at Conservatori Professional de Música de Terrassa alongside composer Marc Codina.
She has been awarded the second prize in the Gèrminans Flute Performance Contest (Barcelona) and the Postgraduate Prize 2014 from The University of Huddersfield.
For more information, please visit https://soundcloud.com/alba-bru .