Sabina Witt is a singer and songwriter.
Sabina Witt graduated in jazz singing in 2012 from the Conservatori Superior del Liceu de Barcelona having combined her degree with numerous seminars and masterclasses with national and international artists such as Abe Rábade, Toni Belenguer, Paco Charlín, Luciana Souza, Sofía Ribeiro, Bob Stoloff, Pat Metheny, Chucho Valdés, Dave Holland and Richard Bonna.
She has performed as a soloist in numerous venues, clubs and jazz festivals in Spain, such as the Seville Province Jazz Festival, Barnasants Festival, the Jewish Book Festival (Barcelona), the Tete Montoliu Jazz Festival and Getxo Jazz Festival. Internationally, she has performed in Japan, Argentina and Finland.
In 2003 she won the Acoustic Music Competition from the Espai Garcilaso in Barcelona and since then she has received other awards such as the Vila-Seca prize (2006 and 2009) and the AIE Tete Montoliu Jazz Scholarship (Madrid, 2011).
She has worked on numerous theatrical collaborations and interdisciplinary projects, including El meu avi no va anar a Cuba by Victoria Szpunberg (Festival Grec, Sala Beckett and Cuarta Pared in Madrid, among others. 2008), Simon de Beauvoir: l’escriptura o la vida by Gloria Balanyà (Centre Bonnemaison, 2010), Standard by Marc Rosich (Teatre Principal d’Olot, 2014), Republicoplas by Paco Espínola (Teatro Isabel la Católica de Granada, 2017), MMPOL by Josep Torrens (Teatre Clavé de Tordera, 2018) and El Pes d’un Cos by Victoria Szpunberg (Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, Temporada 2021-2022).
Collaborations on recordings and musical projects:
Alter- Ego by Toni Belenguer Quintet (Sedajazz Records, 2077), Senyals de vida by Tarannà (Bankrobber, 2007), Seis cuentos musicales. Musicando a Eric Rohmer by Gonzalo del Val Grup (FreeCode, 2008), Pintades d’amor i de guerra by Tarannà (Bankrobber, 2009), Liceu Big Band Wonder (2012), Entreacte by Mosaico Collective (Whataboutmusic, 2016), Cruzar mundos by Octavio Bugni (Self-published, 2016), 80 anys de ferida oberta by Brigada Internacional (Verkami, 2017), Homenatge a Marien Hassan (Icaria, 2017), The Neglected Garden (Columna Música, 2017), Republicoplas by Paco Espínola (Allanamiento de Mirada, 2017), Matteo Sacilotto Quartet (Self-published, 2020), Del cel i de la Terra by Daniel Sesé (2021, Temps Record) and Sonic Matters by Matteo Sacilotto (Self-published, 2021).
Sabina Witt, ¿Lejos de Dónde? (Self-published, 2005), Rubaiyyat de Sabina Witt/Juan Pablo Balcazar Project (Fresh Sound New Talent, 2008), Vistes al Mar (Self-published, 2014) and Chiquilladas pintorescas (Jazz Granollers, 2015), from which one of the tracks was chosen to form part of Jazz from Catalonia 2016, Les Crisàlides (Allanamiento de Mirada, 2018).
Projects in which she has participated as Vocal Coach:
Exèrcit d’amants by Manuela Kant (Self-published, 2014), Invitation d’Helena Rosich (Sgae, 2015), These are a few of my favorite songs by Jorge da Rocha (Whatabout Music, 2016), Plant this Garden d’Elephant Step (A-Lone, 2017), Songs for Jes, Toubab (Self-published, 2017), Feeling Bill Evans d’Helena Rosich (Sgae, 2017), After you left by Terrorist of Romance (Manuel Colmenero, 2019), Origins by Belén Bandera (Tushita Edicions, 2019), Tutta colpa della musica by Laura Milazzo (Self-published, 2020) and La flor del dimoni by Claudia Colom (Microscopi, 2022).
Bibliographies in which the artist has participated:
Republicoplas (1930- 1936) by Paco Espínola (Allanamiento de Mirada, 2017), Ellas cantan, ellas hablan by Toni Castarnado (Sílex Ediciones, 2018), La Caja de Música by Erik Satie (Allanamiento de Mirada, 2018) and Jazz en España: músicos, festivales i salas by Antonio Cortés Izquierdo (Edictoràlia Música, 2018).
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